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All-female baseball team wins championship

Georgia Peaches

From left: Emma Winklmann, 9, Johns Creek; Remi Hammock, 9, Statham; Blythe Cammack, 9, Johns Creek; Jo Hancock, 9, Alpharetta; assistant coach Ian Winklmann, Johns Creek; Maggie Park, 8, Kennesaw; Riley Borod, 10, Johns Creek; Ellie Hancock, 8, Alpharetta; head coach J.P. Borod, Johns Creek; Gianna Harris, 10, Winder; Phoebe Appen, 7, Alpharetta; assistant coach Trent Hammock, Statham; Addie Greene, 10, Rome; and Evie Barton, 10, Dawsonville.

COBB COUNTY, Ga. — The 10U Georgia Peaches, an all-female travel baseball team based in Johns Creek, competed in the Cobb County Sunday Series tournament on Sept. 18 in Powder Springs. After finishing 2-0 in pool play, they went on to defeat the Smyrna Slammers Prospects, 8-7, in the championship game. 

This is the first known instance of an all-female baseball team entering and winning an otherwise all- boys travel baseball tournament in Georgia.

Maggie Park, star second baseman for the Georgia Peaches, drives in teammate Blythe Cammack for the winning run in the championship game.