Suddenlink HS Baseball Showcase begins Thursday

Top teams from Charleston and the surrounding areas head to Appalachian Power Park

The 2019 Suddenlink High School Baseball Showcase runs from Thursday, March 21, through Saturday, March 23 at Appalachian Power Park.

By David Kahn / West Virginia Power | March 20, 2019 9:53 AM

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (March 20, 2019) - The Suddenlink High School Baseball Showcase returns for a fifth year at Appalachian Power Park, beginning Thursday, March 21, and running through Saturday, March 23. Several of the best high school baseball teams from West Virginia will descend to the Kanawha Valley for the weekend showcase hosted at Charleston's premier downtown facility.

Returning from last year's showcase are Capital, Charleston Catholic, Clay County, Herbert Hoover, Hurricane, Nitro, Notre Dame, Ripley, South Charleston and Summers County, while Braxton County, Cabell Midland, Parkersburg South, Point Pleasant, Sissonville and Wayne fill out the rest of the showcase roster.

Tickets for the 2019 Suddenlink High School Baseball Showcase range from $6.00 for students and seniors (65+) to $8.00 for general admission, only available at the Power Box Office. The full schedule for the Showcase is below:

Thursday, March 21

4:00 PM: Hurricane vs. Parkersburg South
7:00 PM: South Charleston vs. Ripley

Friday, March 22

4:00 PM: Clay County vs. Braxton County
7:00 PM: Capital vs. Cabell Midland

Saturday, March 23

10:00 AM: Point Pleasant vs. Wayne
1:00 PM: Summers County vs. Charleston Catholic
4:00 PM: Notre Dame vs. Sissonville
7:00 PM: Herbert Hoover vs. Nitro

The West Virginia Power opens its 15th season, and first as an affiliate of the Seattle Mariners, on April 4 in Greenville, S.C., with the home opener slated for April 11 at Appalachian Power Park. The 2019 South Atlantic League All-Star Game is set for Tuesday, June 18, with a 7:35 p.m. first pitch. For tickets and more information on the 2019 season or the All-Star Game, please call (304) 344-BATS or visit wvpower.com.

This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.

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