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Day, Lloyd have positive all-star experiences / June 28, 2018
Comet head varsity coach Kenneth Day and senior catcher Clay Lloyd both had positive experiences at Monday’s Virginia High School coaches association baseball all-star game at James Madison University.

Lloyd played catcher and went two-for-two for the Red team all-stars, who lost 6-4 to the Blue team in the annual showcase.

Day worked with Goochland coach Wes Farkas and Powhatan’s Bob Baltimore for the Red squad. This was Day’s first coaching appearance at the annual all-star game.

Day said this was a “really good experience.” He enjoyed meeting the other players and the coaches involved. He said he learned a lot and noted the all-stars played well.

Day enjoyed two days of festivities and savored some special off-the-field activities, including a lavish spaghetti dinner.

Day said there were all-stars headed to different colleges, ranging from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to Randolph-Macon, a Division III power that earned a spot in the College World Series.

Day said Lloyd played well and showed solid execution on defense. Day also expressed pride in how Lloyd represented HCHS.

Day said the all-star experience was a positive for himself, along with the coaches and other players representing different schools.

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