Somerset can take some pride in this year’s Major League Baseball’s Pitch, Hit & Run contest results. The national champion in one of the softball divisions is the daughter of one of Somerset High School’s all-time softball greats.

Taylor Holmes, of Allendale, New Jersey, took first place in the softball age 9-10 division at the Pitch, Hit & Run nationals during the World Series at Minute Maid Park in Houston. Holmes’ mother is Johanna (Boisselle) Holmes, one of the best players in Somerset High School/Somerset Berkley Regional softball history.

Holmes is already a veteran of upper echelon of the MLB’s Pitch, Hit & Run competition. A year ago, as an 8-year-old, she placed third in that division at the nationals at Truist Park in Atlanta.

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Last year, she represented the New York Mets and competed in the regional at CitiField Park in New York City. This year, she wore the hat of the World Series participant Philadelphia Phillies.

Pitch, Hit & Run is for girls (softball) and boys (baseball) ages 7-14, with national finalists (four in each division) earning an all-expenses-paid weekend trip to the World Series.

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