Selma signs catcher

Published 9:33 pm Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Sumter County High catcher Tremaine Maye has signed a baseball scholarship to attend Selma University, head baseball coach Raymond Brown announced.

Maye is a 2009 graduate of Sumter County High School, where he has been a varsity starter since the eighth grade. He is a versatile player, having played second base, shortstop, third base and catcher. He was starting quarterback his senior year and played basketball two years.

Maye concluded his senior baseball campaign by going 1-for-2 with a double in the East-West All-Star game in Demopolis.

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Maye will attend Selma University on an academic and athletic scholarship.

“Tremaine is a solid young man and I am proud to have recruited him to attend Selma University,” Brown said.

Selma discontinued its baseball program in 1997.

Other signees include infielder La’Deriaus Page and catcher Ja’Marcus Moore, both of Greensboro; Talladega County Central’s Derrick Cheatman at third base; Anthony Brown Jr. of McIntosh at shortstop; Dontavious Surles of Central Hayneville at second base; Central Haynesville’s Alzavian Rush at shortstop; infielder Jeremy Phillips of Selma; and first baseman Michael Partridge of Riverdale, Ga.