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Posted on: May 21, 2021

Local Hit, Pitch, Run Winners Advance to Sectionals

A white dirty baseball sits in an old brown baseball mitt

May 21, 2021 – On Saturday, May 15, Midland Parks and Recreation hosted the City of Midland’s annual Pitch, Hit and Run baseball/softball skills competition in partnership with the Great Lakes Loons. Each participant competed in three events: pitching, hitting, and running. Certificates were awarded to the overall winner in each age group by gender.

Winners are now eligible to possibly advance to the Team Championship level of competition. The following students will receive champion certificates:  

Name

Sport

Age Group

Grayson Skorup

Baseball

7/8

Avery Hornung

Softball

7/8

Bryce Freese

Baseball

9/10

Brooke Leonard-Schmitzer

Softball

9/10

Corbin Frazier

Baseball

11/12

Maggie Frazee

Softball

11/12

Andrew Worsley

Baseball

13/14

 

 For questions or additional information, call the Parks and Recreation office Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. at 989-837-6930 or email recreation@midland-mi.org

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