Edward High School (Olmsted Falls, OH) 12 INF Zach Alvord 6-0 180 South Forsyth High School (Alpharetta, GA) 7 OF Michael Arencibia 6-1 165 Key West High School (Key West, FL) 1 C/3B Tyler Austin 6-2 200 Heritage High School (Conyers, GA) 41 RHP Robert Aviles 6-4 193 Suffern High School (Suffern, NY) 32 RHP Cameron Bedrosian 6-0 195 East Coweta High School (Senoia, GA) 25 INF/RHP Yordy Cabrera 6-4 190 Lakeland Senior High School (Lakeland, FL) 8 OF Chevez Clarke 6-0 185 Marietta High School (Marietta, GA) 18 RHP Andrew Cole 6-5 190 Oviedo High School (Winter Springs, FL) 11 RHP/INF Kaleb Cowart 6-3 190 Cook County High School (Adel, GA) 33 OF Reggie Golden 5-11 205 Wetumpka High School (Wetumpka, AL) 6 1B Conrad Gregor 6-3 220 Carmel High School (Carmel, IN) 42 OF Trey Griffin 6-4 205 M.
What does ECHS stand for?
ECHS stands for East Coweta High School (Sharpsburg, Georgia)
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- European Court of Human Rights
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- European Convention on Human Rights and Biomedicine
- Eastern Carolina Hunting Retriever Club (Micro, NC)
- Erie County Human Relations Commission (Pennsylvania)
- Ethnic Cooperation for Human Rights and the Environment (Japan)
- Early College High School
- East Canton High School (Ohio)
- East Catholic High School
- East Christian High School (Grand Rapids, Michigan)
- Eastside Catholic High School (Washington)
- Eden Central High School (New York)
- Edison Collegiate High School (Fort Myers, FL)
- El Camino High School (California)
- Eliot Community Human Services (Lexington, MA)
- Elliott County High School (Kentucky)
- Enhanced Cargo Handling System
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- Ex-servicemen Contributory Health Scheme (India)
- Extended Cylinder Head Sector
Samples in periodicals archive:
Juniors at East Coweta High School can participate in a Workplace Readiness class, where they learn about skills they'll need in the real world, including work ethics and interview do's and dont's.
It's about time someone has taken an intelligent approach to doing something systemic," said Herb Shappard, who teaches test preparation courses at East Coweta High School in Sharpsburg, Ga.