Kiran Carcary of Parksville runs the bases as the Parksville Royals hold a fielding drill during a 2017 practice at Springwood Park. Carcary is one of the returning players as the Royals prepare for the start of the 2018 season. — NEWS file photo

Parksville Royals rosters announced

The baseball squad has started spring training in preparation for its 2018 season

The Parksville Royals Premier League baseball squad has started spring training in preparation for its 2018 season.

The club recently announced this year’s rosters for its senior, junior and bantam teams.

The seniors squad will see some familiar faces coming back to help the Royals this season. Among them are pitchers Brayden Baker, Josh Laukkanen, and Jacob Volkers; catcher Spencer Walton; infielder Thomas Green; outfielder Kiran Carcary; and extra hitter Brodie Comerford, who played mostly with the Junior Royals last season as a pitcher and first baseman.

The other players that make up the team are Jaxon Ackerman, Ethan Christenson, Connor Hall, Tim Holyk, Ryan Humphreys, Benny Munger, Jake Nikirk, Brady Radcliffe, Aden Richardson and Shea Verral.

The players that made the Junior Royals team are Conner McNamee, Travis Frank, Hendrik De Calvares, Tyler Newby, Brett Wildeman, Kevin Mulrooney, Jacob Stockton, Jayden Barr, Laine Rogers, Brier Pilon, Trevor Nicoll, Nolan Macdonald, James Ingersoll, Nathan Lagos, Max Kolopenuk and Jordan Dennis

The Bantam Royals roster include: Carter Hall, Anson McGorman, Austin Walper, Nathan Underhill, Ethan Dean, Cameron Bell, Elijah Oelke, Owen Crouse, Nash Donkersley, Ellis Vugteveen, Kolby Wood, Owen Lagos, Will Fox and Wil Roberts.

— NEWS Staff

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