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SALEM OH-The Salem Quakers identity is dangerous! As a slow start to the season may have had some pump the brakes on The Quakes. However, for Coach Michael DeBarr, it was about finding Salem’s identity that was missing in the 1-3 start of the season. As we know, Salem has turned things around thanks in part to some phenomenal performance by the pitching staff on the mound. 

With guys like Gavin WIlms and Carson Rhodes, achieving feats such as 19 consecutive scoreless innings in the season, does not come without an infusion of confidence. That confidence is operating at high tide half way through the season. Catch the wave on this episode of Coaches Corner!

*Contributed By YSN’s Ty Bartell

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SALEM, OH – We had the oppportunity to talk to head coach Mike DeBarr this week and he spoke about younger guys stepping up and contributing early. Leaning on Lane Rhodes on the mound this year for the upcoming season. Lane recently committed to our very own Youngstown State University. Coach DeBarr is looking to get better with time and develop his younger players as they gain experience. Salem had an chance to play together in the Valley as a summer team, so coach was around to see his younger players.

YSN is excited to cover the Salem Quakers this year, be on the look out for more coverage!

*Contributed by Billy McCartney



SALEM, OH-  Just a day after suffering a 7-1 defeat to Canton South, the Salem Quaker Baseball Team fired back.  Quaker Skipper, Mike DeBarr gave the baseball to his trusted Senior Southpaw, Adam Wilson.

Wilson never gave the ball back.

While both teams were strong on the mound Wednesday, the Salem Quakers defeated Canton South 3-2.  Wilson allowed just five hits to Canton South.  The Quakers  got on the board in the second inning when Nick Coletta grounded out, scoring one run.  They pulled away for good with one run in the third inning when Lane Rhodes singled on a 0-1 count, scoring one run.

Wilson was credited with the victory and allowed five hits and two runs over seven innings, striking out nine.  Stauffer was on the mound for Canton South. He lasted five innings, allowing seven hits and three runs while striking out three and walking zero. Frey threw one inning in relief.

Rhodes went 2-for-3 at the plate to lead Salem in hits. The Quakers were stout in the field as well and didn’t commit a single error. Bryce Owen had ten chances in the field, the most on the team.

Canton South racked up five hits on the day. Throckmorton and Frey each collected multiple hits for Canton South.


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