Miami, Afton, Wyandotte and Fairland will be represented in the Three Rivers Baseball Coaches' Association all-star baseball game May 23 at Pryor.

Outfielders Keith Freeman and Joe Pilkinton and catcher Zack Turley will represent the Wardogs on the East all-star team.

Others from Ottawa County who will play for the East are infielders Shea Henry and Hazen Hale and outfielder Kody Gibson of Afton, pitcher-first baseman Jared White of Wyandotte and outfielder Owen Shortt of Fairland.

Also scheduled to play in the game are infielder Ryan Dodson, catcher-pitcher Travis Briggs and pitcher Charles Petty of Grove, first baseman Kerry Dry and outfielder Damon Smith of Jay and infielder Drew Crawford, pitcher-outfielder-first baseman Blaine Luper and utility player Josh Smith.

Head coach for the East will be Miami's Chris Mercer. The Wardogs' Nick Maxson will assist.

Representing the West all-stars will be catcher Kelby Bradshaw, pitcher-infielder Jeff White and infielder-pitcher Rider Walters, pitcher Richard Haag of Locust Grove, first baseman-outfielder Travis Coody, pitcher-infielder Billy Tilley, pitcher-outfielder Nick Randolph and infielder Shane Cohen of Skiatook, pitcher-infielder Ryan Edwards and outfielder Jace Sharp of Wagoner, infielder Daniel Smith and outfielder Dakota James of Claremore Sequoyah, and catcher Cody Asher, first baseman-pitcher Joe Faircloth, infielder Michel Stone and outfielder Derick Graves of Pryor.

Skiatook's Ryan Frame and Aaron Burrows will coach the West all-stars.

Freeman and Faircloth were named the TRBCA co-players of the year.

Luper was honored as the association's pitcher of the year.

Mercer, who has guided the Wardogs to the Class 4A state tournament for the first time since 2005, was named coach of the year.

Burrows was assistant of the year.

The all-star game will be played at Pryor High School starting at 7 p.m.