Oilers Corner: Oilers announce scholarship winners

  • By Mike Baxter
  • Monday, May 23, 2016 11:47pm
  • Sports

The Peninsula Oilers Baseball Club, Inc., and the Oilers Booster Club are proud to honor a total of five 2016 high school graduates with college scholarships.

The Oilers selections include Allison Steinbeck from Kenai Central High School, Luke Johnson from Nikiski High School and Emily Werner from Soldotna High School.

The booster club is proud to honor Ninilchik graduate Naomi Hess and Meghan Ussing from Soldotna High School.

Congratulations to all.

The Oilers 2016 roster has been completed with the addition of sophomore right-handed pitcher Ryan Lillie from Murrieta, California. He attends the University of California, Riverside.

Also joining the Oilers are a pair of infielders in Trey Dawson, a freshman from Louisiana State University who hails from Hurricane, West Virginia, and Alex Seifert of Jackson University, a junior whose home is in Jacksonville, Florida.

The 2016 roster is now complete. The coaching staff will be arriving the night of May 31 with the players to arrive the evening of June 3.

You can view the completed 2016 roster, game schedule and a list of special summer events along with much more at www.oilersbaseball.com.

Submitted my Mike Baxter, chairman of the Peninsula Oilers Baseball Operations Committee.

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