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Fallen Trooper remembered at baseball tournament

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Just over a month after Trooper Joel Davis died in the line of duty, his neighbors and family in the North Country are trying to fill his shoes as a coach at a weekend youth baseball tournament.

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Just over a month after Trooper Joel Davis died in the line of duty, his neighbors and family in the North Country are trying to fill his shoes as a coach at a weekend youth baseball tournament.
http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12449/7042533?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Sun, 13 Aug 2017 03:00:55 +0000 Fallen Trooper remembered at baseball tournament Just over a month after Trooper Joel Davis died in the line of duty, his neighbors and family in the North Country are trying to fill his shoes as a coach at a weekend youth baseball tournament. http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12449/7042533?cpt=8&wpid=2637 WSYR ABC 9 Syracuse it's been just over a month since trooper joel davis was shot and killed in the line of duty, and his north country neighbors are trying to remember him through the sport he loved most. newschannel 9's olivia ugino shows us how teams from across the state rallied around a north country family. olivia: nat: rings on flagpole. olivia: the flag at half staff...a symbol of loss...but alongside the sound of heartache... nat: catch of baseball...cheer s olivia: is the sound of life. steven honeywell: there's a period where you grieve and we're getting through that period. and the family you know obviously will be grieving for a long time, but the community is just trying to get through that. josh davis: it's soothing kind of because this is what my brother would've wanted. olivia: joel davis spent many beautiful august days on this third baseline, coaching the evans mills youth team. but this weekend, someone special is taking his place. steven honeywell: i was asked to coach myself and when i reached out, i wanted to reach out to trenton and caden, joel's two sons, and i wanted them to have the opportunity to stand in their father's footsteps. olivia: standing in his footsteps, holding the clipboard, and--joel's specialty--mentori ng the players...his two sons knew just what to do. josh davis: one's just out of high school, the other's still in high school. olivia: so the davis name will live on. josh davis: end of watch 7/9/17...we will take it from here... olivia: both at work and on the field. in evans mills, olivia ugino, newschannel 9. > tammy: thirty three teams from across the state showed up. play will continue tomorrow in the last day of the tournament.





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