GenoaBank has been presented with the trophy won by the Ohio Monarchs Gold at the National Amateur Baseball Federation College Division World Series in August.
“GenoaBank is proud of the role that they play to help improve the vitality and quality of life in the communities that it serves. Sponsoring this Oregon, Ohio-based wood-bat federation collegiate level baseball team was a great honor for the bank,” stated a release from the bank.
The team won the championship game of the World Series at Ned Skeldon Stadium on August 11. GenoaBank was presented with the first place trophy from the Monarchs on August 21.
Presenting the trophy to GenoaBank’s President and CEO, Martin P. Sutter, were Coach Ed Mouch, Coach Mike Yunker, Casey Winckowski (Clay/Owens CC), World Series Most Valuable Player Cory Hornyak (Genoa/Youngstown State) and Ryan Mouch (St. John’s Jesuit/Oberlin) from the Gold Team; along with Steve Timofeev, the Monarchs general manager and Oregon resident.
“We are very pleased to be sponsors of the Ohio Monarchs. Not only do we share their competitive drive and spirit, but more importantly their dutiful involvement in our community,” said Sutter.
“I was totally amazed when the players met Marty. Not only did he know their names, but he was quoting their stats…now that’s a supporter who is genuinely involved with our team,” said Timofeev.