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Photo Gallery: McCandless Athletic Association opening day

| Sunday, May 12, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
Randy Jarosz | For the North Journal
Shetland 2 Orioles player Dylan Bobak-Rouce, 6, practices his swing during opening day, April 27, 2013, for the McCandless Athletic Association's spring baseball and softball season. The opening-day festivities were at the Vincentian Field Complex in McCandless.
Randy Jarosz | For the North Journal
Shetland 2 Orioles players (from right) Mark Evans, 6; Evan Maughan, 6; Hayden Fischer, 6; Steven Cameron, 6; and Dylan Bobak-Rouce, 6, listen to the national anthem on opening day, April 27, 2013, for the McCandless Athletic Association's spring 2013 baseball and softball season. The opening-day festivities were at the Vincentian Field Complex in McCandless.
Randy Jarosz | For the North Journal
Lia Frazzini, 6, goes in for a ground ball on opening day, April 27, 2013, for the McCandless Athletic Association's spring baseball and softball season. The opening-day festivities were at the Vincentian Field Complex in McCandless.
Randy Jarosz | For the North Journal
Shetland 2 A's player Zachary Meehlieb, 5, flashes a smile after getting on base during opening day, April 27, 2013, for the McCandless Athletic Association's spring baseball and softball season. The opening-day festivities were at the Vincentian Field Complex in McCandless.
Randy Jarosz | For the North Journal
Shetland 2 Orioles player Steven Cameron, 6, grabs a bat on opening day, April 27, 2013, for the McCandless Athletic Association's spring baseball and softball season. The opening-day festivities were at the Vincentian Field Complex in McCandless.
Randy Jarosz | For the North Journal
Jeff Ingram with the McCandless Athletic Association (foreground) helps Zachary Weber, 6, (left) and Carson Corona, 6, hoist the American flag during the national anthem on opening day, April 27, 2013, for the McCandless Athletic Association's spring 2013 baseball and softball season. The opening-day festivities were at the Vincentian Field Complex in McCandless.
Randy Jarosz | For the North Journal
Shetland 2 A's baseball team goes into a huddle on opening day, April 27, 2013, for the McCandless Athletic Association's spring baseball and softball season. The opening-day festivities were at the Vincentian Field Complex in McCandless.
Shetland 2 Orioles player Adam Smith 7, gets a high 5 from Shetland 2 A's coach Rob Frazzini after making a good play during opening day, April 27, 2013, for the McCandless Athletic Association's spring baseball and softball season. The opening-day festivities were at the Vincentian Field Complex in McCandless.

The McCandless Athletic Association had opening day for its spring baseball and softball season April 27 at the Vincentian Field Complex in McCandless.

The program has 544 children and teenagers ages 4 to 18 kids signed up for the spring season.

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