Tate Baseball Celebrates Senior Night With Win Over Washington, Honors Memory Of Sean Banks

April 21, 2021

The Tate Aggies celebrated Senior Night with a 13-4 win over Washington High Tuesday.

Before the game the Aggies honored the memory of Sean Banks, who was killed in a January 2019 wreck. Banks would have graduated with the Tate Class of 2021. Sean’s mother, Davisa Banks, was presented with flowers as were the other senior moms, and she stood in Sean’s place in a senior player photo.

Other seniors honored Tuesday night were: Dalton Bowen, Jadon Fryman, Dylan Godwin, Jordan Jarman, Zak Licastro, Joseph Pusateri and Tanner Rouchon.

For a Tate Baseball Senior Night and game action photo gallery, click here.

Pictured above: Tate High School baseball seniors (L-R) Jordan Jarman, Joseph Pusateri, Dalton Bowen, Zak Licastro, Davis Banks honoring the memory of her late son Sean Banks, Dylan Godwin, Jadon Fryman and Tanner Rouchon. Pictured below: Tate defeated Washington Tuesday. NorthEscambia.com photos by Laura Glodfelter, click to enlarge.


4 Responses to “Tate Baseball Celebrates Senior Night With Win Over Washington, Honors Memory Of Sean Banks”

  1. Jr on April 23rd, 2021 2:21 pm

    Congratulations to all the Sr Aggie Baseball players and the rest of the Team. What a great tribute to an greater young man that touched so many lives while here on Earth. Big prayers for you Seniors as you go out into the world after Graduation. Continued prayers for Momma Davis’s and Mr Earl. Y’all are the strongest people I’ve ever been BLESSED to know.

  2. Ali on April 21st, 2021 10:08 pm

    God Bless, Mrs. Banks, and Sean’s family. I am so glad they honored Sean. He sounded like a remarkable young man who will never be forgotten.

  3. Citizen on April 21st, 2021 9:16 am

    Congratulations Seniors!

    RIP Sean Banks… gone but never forgotten.

  4. JTV on April 21st, 2021 6:06 am

    Rest In Peace Sean Banks.

    Congratulations Senior Class

    Go Aggies

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