2017

 Jake Hodge Foundation Tournament

The 2017 Jake Hodge Tournament raised over $34,000. The surprise of the tournament was the 11U West Kentucky Wildcats who stormed into the playoffs undefeated. These 11 year old's defeated pre-tourney favorite Crittenden Free Press in the semifinals. The Free Press could not overcome the loss of player/coach Denis Hodge who was injured the week leading up to the tournament. The final game was a classic pitching duel in the rain between Fredonia's Craig Wyatt and the Wildcats' Luke Parker. Fredonia would claim the win 1-0 and their first Jake Hodge Championship. MVP went to Fredonia Boys Derrick Perkins and The Bone Collectors star Gordon Dugan was elected the the Little Busch Stadium Hall of Fame. After a few years of coming up short in the playoffs, Fredonia finally broke through with the win.

2017

JHF Tourney Info

27

Number of Games

22

Number of Teams

$34,543

Money Raised

2017

2017

JHF Tourney

Total Hits

Total Home Runs

Tourney MVP

542

70

Derrick Perkins (Fredonia)

Most Hits

11- Lev East, Car Whittington, Keegan Sloan

Most HR

3- Lev East, Caden Fraliex, Luke Parker

2017

 Postseason

Champion

Runner Up

Fredonia Boys

11U Wildcats

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2017

 JHF Playoff Results

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JHF Career HR Records

(15) Brandon Sigler 

Most HR Career

(6) Chris Evans 2016

Joe Vanooser 2019

Most HR in Tourney

(17) Rally Squirrels 2016

Most Team HR Tourney

JHF Career Hit Records

Most Hits Career

Most Hits in Tourney

Most Team Hits Tourney

(39) Dono McGregor, Gordon Dugan, Gabe Board

(13) Gavin Mitchell 2021

(75) Rally Squirrels 2016,

11U wildcats 2017

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