JHF TOURNEY HISTORY
Building Back Better
$62,000 Raised After Tornado destroyed Little Busch Stadium on December 10, 2021. While the memories of Little Busch Stadium will last forever, the decision was made to press forward and continue this fundraiser. Rising from the ashes and debris were two new field; Little Yankee Stadium and Little Field of Dreams. Here is hoping for many more years of memories on this special piece of ground.
2021 The Heat Is On and The Cubs Purr
The 2021 JHF Foundation tournament raised a record $73,616. Defending champion Crittenden Free Press led the way in fundraising with $11,637, but hot on their heels were the newcomers WBKS Bombsquad with $10,870 marking the first team other than the Free Press to raise over 10K!
2018 Tigers Roar!
The 2018 Jake Hodge Tournament set a record raising $42,850 dollars. 22 teams participated in beautiful, but warm weather. Tournament MVP went to Jase Felker and Oliver Parker of Tiger Baseball.
2016 Squirrel Domination!
The 2016 Jake Hodge Tournament raised a record $26,200. The Rally Squirrels dominated the field from start to finish. The Squirrels pounded a tournament record 17 home runs, batted .500 and were 5-0 for the event.
2015 McCrew Says "Here's The Beef"!
A record 15 teams participated and $25,585 dollars were raised at the 2015 Jake Hodge Wiffle Ball Tourney. A new king was crowned as the McCrew defeated the Crittenden Free Press 7-4 in the championship game.
2014 Bone Collectors Repeat!
The Bone Collectors won their second straight JHF Tournament in convincing fashion. The fundraising set a record with $18,628 raised to support scholarships for the Jake Hodge Foundation.