Those who hit the the ball the farthest during the Bat-A-Thon are from left: third-place at 175 feet, Nate Brown; second-place at 185 feet, Harry Miles; and first-place at 210 feet is Max Schmid. Photo submitted

Bat-A-Thon brings in more than $7,900 for Quincy Little League

The Quincy Little League’s annual Bat-A-Thon raised more than $7,900 this year with the players receiving support from friends, family and community members. Participants competed against each other on opening day to see who could hit the ball the farthest, and there were also prizes awarded to the top fundraisers and a root beer float party to the team that raised the most funds

Funds are allocated to uniform expenses, umpires, maintaining concessions, and field maintenance. The league greatly appreciates the support with its annual fundraising efforts.

The Trojans T-ball team, coached by Katie Reid Harris, raised the most funds and received a root beer float party. Photo by Leslie Froggatt


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  • Outstanding effort and congratulations to the Quincy Little League players, families, and friends.

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