The 6th Annual Brenton Bomber Classic

Event date: 6/30/2018 10:00 AM Export event
The 6th Annual Brenton Bomber Classic
Marty D'Ambrose
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The 6th Annual Brenton Bomber Classic

Inaugural Brenton Jacob Memorial Game

Come join the Brenton Jacob Memorial Fund for a fun-filled day celebrating Brenton, his love for baseball & raising funds to support our local youth and their sports dreams.

Starting the day with the Inaugural American Legion Brenton Jacob Memorial Game between Brooks Shepard Post 765 & Rayson Miller Post 899. Both teams will be donning a special "limited edition" Brenton Jacob jersey for the game! Come on out early & watch some future college players.

Followed by our 6th Home Run Derby!! Divisions for all ages (<10 - 40+).

Ending the day w/ our 6th Annual Softball game. All ages & skill levels welcome.

Come one come all! There will be food vendors, kid's activities, raffles & prizes!!

Sign up early to hold your spot by visiting our online store:


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