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15 Feb
Austin Peay Pitcher Latest Roster Additions

Austin Peay pitchers Jaxon Herchenbach and Cody Spurgeon are the latest Hoppers roster additions. Jaxon Herchenbach, RHP, Austin Peay University.  According to Coach Hoppers Coach Brock Moss, “Jaxon comes from a university the Hoppers have pulled coaches from in the past. He will be one of two Hoppers to start a pipeline from Austin Peay…

07 Feb
Perspective Host Family Meeting Sunday, Feb. 11

The Hoppers will have a “meet and greet” event – Cocoa and Cookies – for host families and perspective host families at the Carnegie Library this Sunday, 11 February, from 3 to 5 PM. Current and past host families will be on hand to answer questions for any perspective families considering opening their home for…

07 Feb
WKU’s Hartness & Pepperdine’s McKinnin Join Hoppers Roster

This week’s addition to the 2018 Hoptown Hoppers’ roster are both infielders. Cody Hartness, INF, Western Kentucky University: Coach Moss said, “Cody was one of the first guys we signed when we got this job. He plays for a WKU team that is on the rise in Conference-USA. He matched very well with the profile…

31 Jan
Murray State LHPs Shane Burns & Nate Pianto Join Hoppers

This week’s addition to the 2018 Hoptown Hoppers’ roster are two Murray State players. Shane Burns, LHP, Murray State University: Coach Moss said, “Shane will be our lone incoming college player on the team. I think this speaks volumes to the amount of talent that he has. The Murray State commit is a Kentucky native (Caldwell…

25 Jan
Local Stars Tyler Graham & Dixon Craft First Players Announced

The 2017 Ohio Valley League West Division Champion Hoptown Hoppers enter the 2018 season looking to repeat as Champions of the West Division. We also want to return to winning the League Crown, as we did in 2016. First year manager Brock Moss expects the Hoppers to do nothing less. Moss said, “This city has a…

25 Jan
Brock Moss tapped as Hoptown Hoppers manager

When Keirce Kimbel resigned as the Hoptown Hoppers manager last month, it left an obvious void that would need to be filled as soon as possible and for a team with as much success as the Hoppers, they wanted to find the right candidate for the job. At a press conference Monday at the Hopkinsville…