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Skills Competitioin Winners Junior Baseball Division

Updated Friday October 9, 2015 by Scott McDole.

ALL STAR:

All Star Competition is comprised of players selected to represent their teams in the League All Star Game. Four players are selected from each team with one of them being a 13 year old. A total of 12 players represent each Division, Travis and O'Brian. The All Star Game made its inaugural game at the end of the 2005 Season

Starting with the 2006 game, a skills competition was started. This involves five events: Running, Throwing and Batting.

As a way to increase involvement, the League has once again made a change to the All-Star Competition. Starting with the 2011 Season, the League was divided into a 13/14 year old game and a 14/15 year old game. Every player in the League was elilgible to participate. Due to time constratints, things didn't go off as planned. However, this model will continue for the 2012 season.

SKILLS COMPETITION

Each player selects the event they wish to participate in.

THROWING Events are: Home to Second and Third to First

The object is to get a ball into a barrel. There are six barrels, three on bottom, two in the middle and one on top. Two points for the bottom three barrels, three points for the middle two and four points for the top barrel.

The player is awarded points if the throw hits the can in flight or on one bounce. If the ball bounces on the ground in front of the barrels without going in, one point will be given

Most points win.


RUNNING Events are: Home to Second base, Home to Third

Best time wins


BATTING:

A player is given five swings to get the most points.

Points are awarded for any ball that lands in the outfield. A line is placed at a predetermined distance. If the ball lands between the grass line of the infield/outfield and the line a player is awarded one point. Between the line and the warning track, two points. On the warning track is three points and over the fence is four points. All hits have to be in fair territory. If a player hits a foul ball, swings and misses or a ball first lands on the infield, no points.

SKILLS Competition:

Throwing:

Centerfield to Home:

2010
1. Tevin Schleter (Webster)
2. Steve Yonts (Bair Brothers)
3. Eric Gannon (Firefighters) and Nate Hoyda (Moose)

2009
1. Lee Alford (Firefighters)
2. Phillip Eachus (Webster)
3. David Miller (FOP)

3rd to 1st

2010
1. Brad Huston (Moose)
2. Wes Steele (Webster)
3. Steve Yonts (Bair Brohters)
4. AJ Philmoore (Moose)


2009
1. Jared Fleming (FOP)2009
2. Cody Pachlhofer (AJ's Heavenly Pizza)
3. Dutin Fitch (Moose)
4. Brock Riggs (AJ's Heavenly Pizza)


2008
1. Cody Pachlhofer (AJ's Heavenly Pizza)
2. Matt Banks (AJ's Heavenly Pizza)
3. Nate Hoyda (Moose)


Home to 2nd:

2010
1. Cody Myers (Bair Brothers)
2. Drew Smiht (Firefighters)
3. Brad Huston (Moose)
4. Vollie Brock (Moose)

2009
1. Tyler Fitch (AJ's Heavenly Pizza)
2. Dominic King (Moose)
3. Greg Wilson (Bair Brothers)


2008
1. Chandler Hoover (FOP)
2. John Henschke (Webster)
3. Shane Hossler (Webster)


Running:

Home to 2nd

2010
1. Taylor Warner (Bair Brothers)
2. Drew Smith (Fire Fighters)
3. Vollie Brock (Moose)

2009
1. Kyler Cook (Bair Brothers)
2. Bram Walton (Firefighters)


2008
1. Brandon Schaade (Bair Brothers)
2. Alex Cornell (Moose)
3. Devin Dixion (Clyde)

Home to 3rd

2010
1. Tevin Schleter (Webster)
2. Aaron Kidwell ()
3. Tyler Immele ()
4. Nate Rider ()

2009
1. Billy Roe (Bair Brothers)
2. Tevin Schleter (Webster)
3. Cody Myers (Firefighters)
4. Tyler Immele (FOP)


2008
1. Brandon Schaade (Bair Brothers)
2. Ben Hoyda (Moose)
3. Greg Wilson (Bair Brothers)


Batting:

2010
1. Taylor Warner (Bair Brothers)
2. Steve Yonts (Bair Brothers)
3. AJ Philmoore and Nate Hoyda (Moose)

2009
1. Derec Blodgett (Bair Brothers)
2. Tyler Warner (Firefighters)
3. Brandon Fowler (Moose)
4. Cory Prenzlin (Moose)

2008
1. Brandon Banks-Sherer (FOP)
2. Taylor Warner (Firefighters)
3. Jordan Price (Firefighters)