The 12U Georgia Academy Baseball Club Braves-Gianneschi team, which finished as a finalist in the gold bracket of the Georgia All-Star Cherokee Classic on Oct. 4, is holding a cornhole tournament on Nov. 15 to raise money for its July 2021 trip to Cooperstown, New York.

The 12U Georgia Academy Baseball Club Braves-Gianneschi team is hosting a Cornhole in the Community fundraiser to help raise money for its 2021 trip to Cooperstown, New York.

The cornhole tournament will be held Sunday, Nov. 15 at Donovan’s Irish Cobbler, located at 1025 Rose Creek Drive in Woodstock. Registration is at 11 a.m., with the tournament beginning at noon. Entry fees are $25 for an individual and $50 for a team, and spots are limited. Any spots remaining open on the day of the event will be available at $30 for an individual and $60 for a team. In addition, event sponsorships ranging from $100 to $400 are available, and the team is also seeking donations of gift cards and raffle items.

The team, made up of residents from Cherokee and Cobb counties, is a travel ball team with a strong focus on player development, teamwork and baseball mechanics. They will be traveling to Cooperstown in July 2021 to play at Cooperstown Dreams Park.

For more information, visit CornholeintheCommunity.Eventbrite.com.

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