A big day for Pacific Little Leaguers

More than 700 kids play for Pacific Little League teams.
More than 700 baseball and softball players marched onto the field at Lynndale Park to celebrate Opening Day for Pacific Little League Saturday morning. This year also marks the 50th anniversary of Pacific Little League. (Photos by David Pan)
The Fury softball team marches onto the field.
The Fury softball team marches onto the field.
Players were eager to march onto the field.
Players were eager to walk out onto the field to the cheers of their families.
Players supported each other as they walked onto the field.
Players supported each other as they walked onto the field.
Players wait before walking onto the field.
Players wait patiently before walking out onto the field.
The Boy and Girl Scouts presented the U.S. flag and U.S. Navy Veteran Glenn Ledbetter (right) played the bugle.
The Boy and Girls Scouts presented the U.S. flag and U.S. Navy Veteran Glenn Ledbetter (right) played the bugle.
Lynnwood City Councilmember Van AuBuchon threw out the first pitch. AuBuchon is a former Pacific Little League director.
Lynnwood City Councilmember Van AuBuchon threw out the first pitch. AuBuchon worked with Pacific Little League for 14 years.
Players had the opportunity to test their ball throwing skills.
Players had the opportunity to test their ball throwing skills.
Players engage in an tug-of-war contest.
Players engage in an tug-of-war contest.

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