Jamey May and baseball clicked instantly. It did not take May long to realize that baseball was the right sport for him. He fell in love with baseball the instant he began playing at the age of 5. He started at the Walkertown Little League playing with his friends. Little did he know that some of his teammates would be become friends that he remains close with today.
May has played for East Forsyth for his entire four year high school career. The experience has been extremely beneficial to him. On playing his senior season, May stated, “I feel like we have a great team, and a chance to go far in the playoffs. I wouldn’t want to be playing with any other group of guys.” May’s personal goal for the season is to remain undefeated on the mound. He is currently 4-0.
May has been very active in his community and school. He was the class Vice President his junior year. Other than baseball, he enjoys playing basketball and volleyball at the local Kernersville YMCA. However, when asked about his hobbies, May had a rather unique answer. “I love working to domesticate antelope and other midsize four-legged animals between 75 and 105 pounds. It’s something I have always been interested in doing.” May said he has been unable to domesticate any as of now due to lack of resources but plans on pursuing it in the future.
The East Forsyth baseball team is currently undefeated and conference with May playing a huge part in that. A conference championship is a real possibility for May in his senior year.
May has committed to attend Belmont Abbey College to continue his baseball career and major in sports management. We wish you the best of luck Jamey!