LIVE OAK — The Suwannee High baseball team will hold its annual “Halloween Havoc” baseball game Tuesday from 6-9 p.m. at Booster Field.
Suwannee’s fall team is made up of the varsity player who aren’t playing fall sports.
It’s the fourth time the event, used as a fundraiser for the team, is being held.
The players will be divided into two teams, coach Justin Bruce said, who is in his fourth year of coaching the varsity baseball team.
“We will have about 18 players out of 25 or 30 players who play on the spring team,” Bruce said.
“We are in our fall travel season, and regular season practice will begin in January with spring games starting in February.”
Players will appear in costumes and anyone who also wears a costume will get in free. There is also a Halloween sostume contest for children.
Some of the costumes worn by players in the past include the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Joe Dirt, The Elf, Iron Man, Waldo, Rocky, The Joker and Stone Cold Steve Austin.
Some of the top players form last year who will appear in the Halloween Havoc include pitchers Drew Law and Alex Sapp, and Hunter Cantella.
“Last year Drew Law was Stone Cold Steve Austin, Sapp was Rocky (the boxer), and Hunter Cantella was Spiderman,” Bruce said.
Children, fifth grade and under, get free admission, while it’s $1 for students in the sixth through 12th grades. Adults pay $2.