Three Tourists Make the End of the Year All-Star Team, UNC Football Suspends Four Players, Hendersonville's Justin Sparks Commits to WCU (8-28-14)

Updated: Friday, August 29 2014, 12:34 AM EDT
Three Tourists Make the End of the Year All-Star Team, UNC Football Suspends Four Players, Hendersonville
The South Atlantic League announced its end of the year All-Star team on Thursday.  The Asheville Tourists lead the league with three players who made the All-Star roster.  Ryan McMahon makes the list as the starting third baseman.  McMahon leads the league with 101 RBI and 91 runs scored.  Leadoff batter Raimel Tapia is one of the All-Star outfielder.  Tapia is ranked in the top five in the league in batting average, hits and runs.  David Dahl also makes the team.  Dahl was promoted to High-A Modesto in June after dominating the Sally League at the plate and in center field. 

Hendersonville senior baseball player, Justin Sparks has committed to continue his career at Western Carolina University.  Sparks was the Western Highlands Conferece Player of the Year last season after batting .429 with six homers and 20 RBI. 

The UNC football team has suspended four football players for the first game of the season.  All four players are defensive backs including starters Brian Walker and Desmond Lawrence and backups M.J. Stewart and Donnie Miles.  Three Tourists Make the End of the Year All-Star Team, UNC Football Suspends Four Players, Hendersonville's Justin Sparks Commits to WCU (8-28-14)
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