Cowboys Varsity Baseball To Honor Five At Senior NightApr 19th, 2011 | By Submitted | Category: Sports
The Madison County Cowboys baseball team will honor five senior ball players Thursday evening at 5:00. Kelvin Singletary, Marterrius McDaniel, Laterrian McDaniel, Tavarus Dennis, and Jakelby Johnson will play their final home game as the Cowboys host the Leon High School Lions.
Singletary will conclude a stellar career at MCHS. Considered a top prospect, Singletary has already signed a letter of intent to play baseball at Northwest Florida State College. He has turned in dominant performances as a hard-throwing pitcher and as a hitter with power and speed.
Marterrius McDaniel has logged time as an outfielder, second baseman, and pitcher for the Cowboys. Once on base, he is a threat to steal bases. Laterrian McDaniel has been a starting middle infielder for the Cowboys for most of the season. He has wielded a strong bat in the top portion of the Cowboy lineup, contributing several clutch hits throughout the season. Johnson has provided solid play during his starts at first base. Dennis has seen limited playing time, but provides leadership to the Cowboy roster.
The players will be honored prior to the start of the game with the Lions at Boot Hill. Although it will be their final home game, these seniors will lead the Cowboys into district tournament play on Tuesday, April 26th, against the Raiders of Rickards High School.