LEWISTOWN - Two baseball players from the area not included in a story published Tuesday also are beginning their college seasons.
Both players - Seth Bowersox and Zach Yetter - play for Penn College, which is part of the Penn State University campus organization.
The two players now give the area 18 players, who are now playing college or professional baseball from the four-county area.
Seth Bowersox, Juniata, freshman, Penn College (Williamsport). Bowersox is a pitcher for the Wildcats, who last spring went to the USCAA World Series (National Championships) in Springfield, Ill.
Zach Yetter, East Juniata, sophomore, Penn College. Yetter was a pitcher last season with the Wildcats. Last year, Yetter went 2-2 and had an ERA of 5.14. He appeared in nine games with six starts. He had one complete game and pitched in 28 innings. He walked 23 and struck out 33 and had nine strike outs against Penn State Hazleton, which was a team high.
Penn College opens the season on March 7 against Baptist Bible College at Historic Bowman Field (home of the minor league Williamsport Crosscutters), where all Penn College home games are played. The Wildcats also will play in the Spring Break Tournament in Myrtle Beach, S.C., March 11-14.