Former Greenbrier baseball players inducted into hall of fame

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Saturday, Mar. 9, 2019
EVANS, Ga. (WRDW/WAGT) -- The Greenbrier baseball program lives by tradition.

Year after year, they're one of the top teams in the Peach State. The Wolfpack have numerous players to thank for their continued success.

Today three former players were inducted into the school's athletic hall of fame.

Brandon Compton, Rich Poythress and Nolan Belcher -- all of whom helped lead the Pack to at least one state title their career.

The guys are thankful to be part of a group, that laid the ground work at greenbrier.

"I think that program has meant a lot to a bunch of us. That's the one thing that's always stood out about Greenbrier. Only being open around 20 years, is the amount of tradition and rich baseball history in that short time. So, to see all those guys and to see everybody back again has been a lot of fun," Rich Poythress said.

Belcher was not in attendance today, as he's in arizona with college of charleston -- a program in which he is an assistant.