Gallery: Felton-Harrington Little League Opening Day

FELTON – Play ball!

Saturday was opening day for Felton-Harrington Little League. This year’s ceremonies were held in Felton.

Here are some photos from the event courtesy of Bill Mitchell.

Parents, coaches and administrators, feel free to submit Little League photos and results – including a brief description of what happened in games, which league it was and names for players – throughout the season to jmitchell@newszap.com.

The Felton-Harrington 9-10 Year Old Softball All-Stars were one of three teams recognized for winning a Delaware District 1 (Kent County) championship last year. The other two were the Deak Deakins and Walt Bowers All-Star Baseball teams.

The Felton-Harrington 9-10 Year Old Softball All-Stars were one of three teams recognized for winning a Delaware District 1 (Kent County) championship last year. The other two were the Deak Deakins and Walt Bowers All-Star Baseball teams.

Felton-Harrington Little League manager Ray Glanden was presented with the Dakota Turner T-Ball Memorial Award by Felton Little League President Julie Brooks.

Felton-Harrington Little League manager Ray Glanden was presented with the Dakota Turner T-Ball Memorial Award by Felton Little League President Julie Brooks.

Felton Community Fire Company mascot Sparky greets the Texas Roadhouse T-Ball team during Saturday’s Felton-Harrington Little League opening day parade.

Felton Community Fire Company mascot Sparky greets the Texas Roadhouse T-Ball team during Saturday’s Felton-Harrington Little League opening day parade.

Felton Little League President Julie Brooks presents Logan Reed the Alex Dean Major League Memorial Award.

Felton Little League President Julie Brooks presents Logan Reed the Alex Dean Major League Memorial Award.

Delaware District 30 Representative William R. Outten and Felton Community Fire Company mascot Sparky were among the parade leaders that helped celebrate the opening day of the Felton-Harrington Little League Saturday Morning at the Felton Little League Complex.

Delaware District 30 Representative William R. Outten and Felton Community Fire Company mascot Sparky were among the parade leaders that helped celebrate the opening day of the Felton-Harrington Little League Saturday Morning at the Felton Little League Complex.

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