Johns Creek honors Pitch, Hit & Run winners

From left: Johns Creek City Councilwoman Bev Miller, Councilwoman Liz Hausmann, Councilman Randall Johnson, Mayor Mike Bodker, Councilwoman Karen Richardson and Councilman Ivan Figueroa. Fron row, from left, Josh Sigmon, Ryan Kurzweil, Mikaela Adler, Zachary Strauss and Travis Sands.

JOHNS CREEK - Twenty four participants turned out for a hot, sun filled Saturday morning in April at Ocee Park for the city of Johns Creek third annual Pitch, Hit and Run Competition.

This competition is sponsored by Major League Baseball and Aquafina with the ultimate winners getting to showcase their skills at Major League Baseball’s All Star game – to be held this season at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, Calif., home of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.

The 12 champions will represent the city of Johns Creek in a regional event. The winners of the regional competiton will go on to the Sectional Championship to be held at Turner Field. The top sectional winners in the nation will be invited to the All Star game.

Age 7/8 Boys

Joshua Sigmon – Overall Champion, Pitch Champion

Caleb Bohn – Hit Champion, Run Champion

Age 9/10 Boys

Cameron Bartlett – Overall Champion, Pitch Co-Champion

Ryan Kurzweil – Pitch Co Champion

Harrison Hall – Hit Champion

Antonio Andrews – Run Champion

Age 11/12 Girls

Courtney Andrews – Overall Champion, Pitch Co-Champion, Hit Co Champion, Run Champion

Mikaela Adler – Pitch Co Champion, Hit Co Champion

Age 11/12 Boys

Matthew Leeman – Overall Champion, Pitch Co-Champion

Zach Strauss – Pitch Co-Champion, Run Champion

Travis Sands – Hit Champion

Age 13/14 Boys

Michael Leeman – Overall Champion, Pitch Champion, Hit Champion, Run Champion

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