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Justin's Big Day in Annapolis

Justin Adams left Toombs County in 2009, an All-Star catcher who had hit 23 career home runs for the Bulldogs. Five years later, after spending a year at the Naval Prep Academy in Newport Beach, Rhode Island and four years in Annapolis, Maryland at the Naval Academy, Justin returns home a graduate of that prestigious academy. 

The Commissioning Ceremony was held on May 23 and featured the Blue Angels and the Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel as the main speaker. Justin, from Company 6 had his name called out and he received his diploma in front of a big crowd that included his parents, Alan and Tracy, and many other members of his family.

Justin has 30 days off and then he will begin training to be part of the Navy Seals team as an Explosive Ordnance Disposal expert. He will begin training in October. Listen to a Y-101 Story   

2009- Naval Prep

Adams begins Navy career

 Justin Adams catching for the Navy Prep Academy

Former Bulldog Justin Adams has started his Navy career at the Naval Academy Preparatory School in Newport, Rhode Island. Justin is handling the discipline just fine and he is doing well in school while taking some very tough courses like calculus. On the baseball diamond he is the teams only catcher and is hitting .500 with one long home run. Listen to this Y-101 Story which also features updates on Logan Lollis and Neal Rodgers. Audio

2008

Adams and Rodgers are All-Stars

 

Justin Adams and Neal Rodgers represented the Toombs County Bulldogs at the GACA 2009 State All-Star games at Mill Creek park in Statesboro. Justin and Neal, who played on the Southeast Georgia Team, won two of the three games they were able to get in around the rain. Southeast beat Southwest Georgia 9-1 and Atlanta West 6-3 and Southeast lost to Atlanta East 6-3. Rodgers, who played in both the football and baseball All-Star games, went 2-for-5 with two runs batted in over the weekend and Adams was 1-for-3 with one run batted in. Y-101 Story Check out this Slide Show compliments Alan Adams and Jill Rodgers. 

Justin Adams is Navy bound

Toombs County High School senior baseball player Justin Adams has decided to play next season at the Naval Academy Prep School in Newport, Delaware. After one season there Justin then hopes that he will move on to the Naval Academy in Annapolis. Adams, a catcher, hit .471 as a junior and he led the Bulldogs with nine home runs. Y-101 Story  

Justin plays for Team Georgia

Team Georgia finishes 3rd in Sunbelt Classic

Toombs County's Justin Adams went 4-for-14 with two doubles and three RBI's as Team Georgia finished third in the Junior SunBelt Classic, in Oklahoma, with a 6-3 record. 

Adams goes 2-for-2 with 3 RBI's in Team Georgia win

Justin Adams hit two doubles and drove in three runs, in a 2-for-2 day at the plate, as Team Georgia beat Oklahoma 16-5 in a Junior SunBelt Classic game in Oklahoma. Y-101 Story  

Toombs County's Justin Adams reported to Loganville on Tuesday to join Team Georgia. The team worked out on Tuesday and had a scrimmage game against Team Elite from Conyers on both Tuesday and Wednesday. Justin caught seven innings and went 2-4 with two singles and threw out a runner trying to steal second.  Batting practice was a bomb show both days with every player hitting balls out of a pretty big American Legion Field.

Practice Games

Justin plays in Coastal All-Star Game

Justin Adams and Neal Rodgers represented Toombs County High School in the Coastal All-Star Game played at Grayson Stadium in Savannah. Y-101 Story   

2007 Archive

Justin plays on second place team at the Triple Crown Summer Nationals at Myrtle Beach     

Justin Adams, playing for the Savannah Chain, went 9-for-19 with three doubles and five runs batted in at the Triple Crown Summer Nationals at Myrtle Beach. The Chain went 4-0 in its pool and lost in the championship game 6-3.  Audio  Y-101 Profile  

Justin Adams on deck in a game played at Coastal Carolina

Justin went 9-for-19 in the tourney

Justin catching for the Chain

 

Adams and his Chain teammates with their 2nd place trophy. Justin is on the first row, the third player from the right 

 

Justin Adams plays in the WWBA National Finals in Fort Meyers, Florida  

 Justin Adams hits a homer in WWBA National Tourney

Toombs County's Justin Adams, playing for the Savannah Chain, went 2-for-4 with a two-run double and a solo home run in one game in the World Wooden Bat Association's National Final in Fort Myers, Florida. Audio Story  

 

That is Justin catching

 

Justin plays putt putt golf with brothers and sister

 

Justin takes a lead off first base

 

Justin rolled his ankle going into third

Justin Adams showcases his hitting and catching skills

This summer Justin Adams, Toombs County High School's starting catcher, has been playing with the Savannah Chain and prior to July 4th Justin was invited to the Georgia Dugout Showcase at Kennesaw State. Justin went 3-for-4 over the course of the two day showcase and he hit a double to left field. Justin talks about the showcase and about the Chain's victories in a wooden bat tournament at Mercer in this Y-101 story.  Audio   

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