Martella’s Pharmacy veteran outfielder Dillon Boyer was named most valuable player in the Johnstown Junior League, earning the Dr. Robert Hartnett Award.
Laurel Auto Group’s Josh Keefe won the Pete Vuckovich Award as pitcher of the year.
Paul Carpenter Capital Advisors Tommy Pellis earned the Ken Horoho Award as rookie of the year, and Laurel Auto Group’s Zach Schultz was the Bill Jenkins Award winner as rookie pitcher of the year.
Paul Carpenter Capital Advisors slugger Chris Common won the Denny Altimore Award with the league’s top batting average of .409.
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