Did you know that WithersRavenel sponsors a men’s slowpitch softball team? Our team has been playing together in Apex and Holly Springs since the Spring 2008 season. They also have an impressive competitive record, bringing home championship titles as recently as the Fall 2017, Spring 2017, and Fall 2016 seasons.
Current men’s slowpitch softball team members include Kurt Pfeifer, Mike Fekete, Jason Bertoncino, John Ihnatolya, Pat Peterson, Austin Hamilton, Austin Pote, Dale Werenko, Daniel Terry, Ty Holderbaum, Michael Jeska, Justin Garrett, and Nick Antrilli.
Softball has a rich history at WithersRavenel dating back more than 20 years. President Jim Canfield, Raleigh Director of Engineering Loftee Smith, and many other long-time employees played softball in the early years of the company. Firm Co-Founder and Executive Vice President Tony Withers also played on the team as recently as the Fall 2012 season.
We are proud of our men’s slowpitch softball team members for personally embodying the values our parks and recreation professionals promote through their work.
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