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Photo gallery: Little Mustangs get ready for season in Plum

| Friday, Sept. 15, 2017, 2:51 p.m.
Michael Barr (5), Keyonta Finley (39) and Dom Beyer (17) work on blocking technique during practice of the Little Mustangs team on Sept. 13.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Michael Barr (5), Keyonta Finley (39) and Dom Beyer (17) work on blocking technique during practice of the Little Mustangs team on Sept. 13.
The Little Mustangs take to the field following warmups at practice on Sept. 13 at the Plum Midget Football Association fields on Ross Hollow Road.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
The Little Mustangs take to the field following warmups at practice on Sept. 13 at the Plum Midget Football Association fields on Ross Hollow Road.
Caden Anderson (3), Kaden Thomas (61) and Matthew Horvatic (7) of the Little Mustangs go through blocking drills during practice on Sept. 13. The boys are members of the the Plum Midget Football Association.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Caden Anderson (3), Kaden Thomas (61) and Matthew Horvatic (7) of the Little Mustangs go through blocking drills during practice on Sept. 13. The boys are members of the the Plum Midget Football Association.
Davis Weiss (28) warms up with the Little Mustangs during practice on Sept. 13 at the Plum Midget Football Association fields on Ross Hollow Road in Plum.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Davis Weiss (28) warms up with the Little Mustangs during practice on Sept. 13 at the Plum Midget Football Association fields on Ross Hollow Road in Plum.

Plum Midget Football Association teams were back practicing at fields on Ross Hollow Road this week.

The association established in 1968 includes four football teams for players 5 through 12 and cheerleading squads for each. For more, visit plummidgetfootball.org.

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