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April 26, 2018

LOUISA, KY. -- The Lawrence County Cal Ripken League hosted Opening Day at Stella Moore Ballfields on Saturday, April 21, 2018. This year’s league has over 300 players ages 4-12. This year the league has the following divisions.

Cal Ripken Opening Day 2018 --  L to R Molly McClanahan, Kailey Prince, Jenna Sammons, Shelby Blevins, Riley McClanahan, Laynie York and Grace Blevins.Cal Ripken Opening Day 2018 -- L to R Molly McClanahan, Kailey Prince, Jenna Sammons, Shelby Blevins, Riley McClanahan, Laynie York and Grace Blevins.

Over 300 kids, ages 4-12 participating 

Brother Fitzpatrick, Tommy Thompson, Tucker Smith, Cash Curnutte, & Koltyn Thompson.Brother Fitzpatrick, Tommy Thompson, Tucker Smith, Cash Curnutte, & Koltyn Thompson.

 Baseball offers T- Ball, Rookie, Minor and Major league.

Softball offers Minor and Major league.

Boedy MaynardBoedy MaynardJake Preece and Kaison StanifordJake Preece and Kaison Staniford

Ayden MorrisAyden Morris

 

President of the league Brad Derifield

CAL RIPKEN PRESIDENT'S COMMENTS

“... Opening Day was a huge success. This year we had to move the date back a week due to weather conditions.”

“... Thankfully, Opening Day had the perfect weather! It was so nice to see the fields full of smiling, energetic kids having fun and enjoying one another.”

“... Opening Day was sponsored by Pathways, Inc this year. Pathways gave away “ Bulldog “ themed water bottles along with red and black bouncy balls and also offered a photo booth and face painting.”


Pat Derifield, RNBC, Pathways Lawrence County Coordinator

SPONSOR'S COMMENTS

“... It was our pleasure to work with the league for Opening Day and we look forward to working together on future events for the kids in our community. I would like to thank my employees who graciously volunteered their time to invest in these children.”

 

Youth Football to partner with Cal Ripken this year

The Lawrence County Youth Football League partnered with the Lawrence County Cal Ripken League and hosted its first sign up for the 2018 season and over 50 players and cheerleaders were signed up, as well as several scholarships given.

President of the Youth Football League, Tom Frazier, stated, “I am excited to partner with the baseball league this year. We are working together to provide kids a great opportunity for sports, learning and friendship.”

The league thanks all sponsors, coaches, volunteers, families and players who help make this possible for our youth.

 

CAL RIPKEN volunteers and officer;  Back row L to R Kara Williamson,Charlotte Williamson, Hope Setser, Tom Frazier Front Row L to R Pat Derfield, Brylee Blair, Heather Compton Not pictured: Connie Fairchild, Peggy Fitzpatrick, Jane Wallen, Vickie CaudillCAL RIPKEN volunteers and officer; Back row L to R Kara Williamson,Charlotte Williamson, Hope Setser, Tom Frazier Front Row L to R Pat Derfield, Brylee Blair, Heather Compton Not pictured: Connie Fairchild, Peggy Fitzpatrick, Jane Wallen, Vickie Caudill

 

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