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Waldoboro, Maine - On Sunday, May 15, area youngsters braved chilly temperatures and a threatening sky to compete in the first PEPSI - MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL® PITCH, HIT & RUNT COMPETITION hosted in Waldoboro.

The competition, co-sponsored by the Medomak Valley Community Foundation and the Waldoboro Little League Association, tests the baseball skills of boys and girls age 7 to 14. Medomak Valley High School's Athletic Director, Matt Lash hosted the event on the school's baseball and softball fields.

The competitors tested their skills by pitching at a major league strike zone target, hitting baseballs for distance and accuracy, and sprinting from second base to home plate. Each competitor received a limited edition set of Upper Deck® baseball cards, and the top scoring youngsters in each age division received ribbons for overall performance and individual skill achievements.

The All-Around Blue Ribbon winners: Colton Spear, Brandon Soper, Isaac Durkee, Tom Gildersleeve, and Individual Skill Blue Ribbon winners: Travis Creamer, John Murray V, Dustin Osier, and Dustin Burnham all qualified for the PITCH, HIT & RUN™ Sectional Competition in Orono, in early June.

John Blamey, President of the Medomak Valley Community Foundation and Billy Maxwell, President of the Waldoboro Little League Association jointly stated, "We congratulate all the athletes for their excellent performance and commitment to their sport."

Presidents Blamey and Maxwell continued, "The Competition is a unique opportunity for youngsters from throughout the region to come together in friendly competition, building or renewing friendships, and sharing their joy for the games of baseball and softball."

Presidents Blamey and Maxwell closed by stating, "The event was a great success thanks to the efforts all the volunteers from the Foundation and the Little League. With their help next year, we pledge to offer the competition again."