Simi Valley Girls Softball Opening Day



IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers ALL-AMERICAN - Karsyn Plue, 5, center, practices her dance moves before her Simi Valley Girls Softball team, “America’s Sweethearts” heads onto the field for opening day celebrations on Sunday, February 10.

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ALL-AMERICAN – Karsyn Plue, 5, center, practices her dance moves before her Simi Valley Girls Softball team, “America’s Sweethearts” heads onto the field for opening day celebrations on Sunday, February 10.



IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers DREAM BIG - USA National Softball team player Sam Fischer, a Simi Valley Girls Softball alum, speaks to the players and parents gathered for the opening day celebrations on Sunday, February 10 about how hard work, determination and passion for softball, rather than just talent, helped her be successful. “Dream big,” she told the girls.

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DREAM BIG – USA National Softball team player Sam Fischer, a Simi Valley Girls Softball alum, speaks to the players and parents gathered for the opening day celebrations on Sunday, February 10 about how hard work, determination and passion for softball, rather than just talent, helped her be successful. “Dream big,” she told the girls.



IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers STRIKING OUT CANCER - Ron Feldman holds his daughter Zoe, 3, as he kisses the top of 12-year-old Zoe Ballan’s head after she spoke to the Simi Valley Girls Softball League about her work with the Zoe to Zoe Helping Hands Charity during the Simi Valley Girls Softball League opening day celebrations on Sunday, February 10. 3-year-old “Little Z” has a rare form of cancer, and after meeting her, Zoe Ballan decided to raise money for her medical bills through strikeouts she pitched in the All-Star season; the project grew into a charity based on the simple idea of doing something helpful for another person.

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STRIKING OUT CANCER – Ron Feldman holds his daughter Zoe, 3, as he kisses the top of 12-year-old Zoe Ballan’s head after she spoke to the Simi Valley Girls Softball League about her work with the Zoe to Zoe Helping Hands Charity during the Simi Valley Girls Softball League opening day celebrations on Sunday, February 10. 3-year-old “Little Z” has a rare form of cancer, and after meeting her, Zoe Ballan decided to raise money for her medical bills through strikeouts she pitched in the All-Star season; the project grew into a charity based on the simple idea of doing something helpful for another person.



IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers READY TO ROCK - 5-year-old Holly White, center, and “Lil Red Rockstars” teammate Riley Nance, 4, right, jam with their inflatable guitars before heading onto the field for Simi Valley Girls Softball League opening day celebrations on Sunday, February 10.

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READY TO ROCK – 5-year-old Holly White, center, and “Lil Red Rockstars” teammate Riley Nance, 4, right, jam with their inflatable guitars before heading onto the field for Simi Valley Girls Softball League opening day celebrations on Sunday, February 10.



IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers SOFTBALL BOMBSHELLS - Courtney Owens, left, attaches a giant purple tulle bow to the blonde wig atop her 6-year-old daughter Carleigh’s head as her teammate Skylar Gapol, 5, waits her turn and the entire team of “Bad News Barbies” transforms into matching blonde-locked divas before heading onto the field for Simi Valley Girls Softball League opening day celebrations on Sunday, February 10.

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SOFTBALL BOMBSHELLS – Courtney Owens, left, attaches a giant purple tulle bow to the blonde wig atop her 6-year-old daughter Carleigh’s head as her teammate Skylar Gapol, 5, waits her turn and the entire team of “Bad News Barbies” transforms into matching blonde-locked divas before heading onto the field for Simi Valley Girls Softball League opening day celebrations on Sunday, February 10.

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