Challenger Field Grand Opening

IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers FIELD OF THEIR OWN - Dodgers team player Max Duecker connects with the ball during the first game of the season at Challenger Field, a fully accessible softball/baseball field for special needs players, following the grand opening ceremony for the new field on Saturday, March 22.

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FIELD OF THEIR OWN – Dodgers team player Max Duecker connects with the ball during the first game of the season at Challenger Field, a fully accessible softball/baseball field for special needs players, following the grand opening ceremony for the new field on Saturday, March 22.

IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers FIELD OF THEIR OWN - Dodgers team player Caitie Tregembo gets some help with her "baseball stance" from coach Andre Makapagal during the first game of the season at Challenger Field, a fully accessible softball/baseball field for special needs players, following the grand opening ceremony for the new field on Saturday, March 22.

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FIELD OF THEIR OWN – Dodgers team player Caitie Tregembo gets some help with her “baseball stance” from coach Andre Makapagal during the first game of the season at Challenger Field, a fully accessible softball/baseball field for special needs players, following the grand opening ceremony for the new field on Saturday, March 22.

IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers FIELD OF THEIR OWN - 12-year-old Aubree Rosenblum gleefully runs to first after connecting with the ball to score for her team, the Angels, during the first game of the season at Challenger Field, a fully accessible softball/baseball field for special needs players, following the grand opening ceremony on Saturday, March 22.

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FIELD OF THEIR OWN – 12-year-old Aubree Rosenblum gleefully runs to first after connecting with the ball to score for her team, the Angels, during the first game of the season at Challenger Field, a fully accessible softball/baseball field for special needs players, following the grand opening ceremony on Saturday, March 22.

IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers FIELD OF THEIR OWN - Rancho Simi Recreation and Park District board chair Mark Johnson helps 11-year-old James Kirkland of the Challenger Division Angels cut the ribbon at the grand opening ceremony for Challenger Field, a fully accessible softball/baseball field for special needs players, on Saturday, March 22.

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FIELD OF THEIR OWN – Rancho Simi Recreation and Park District board chair Mark Johnson helps 11-year-old James Kirkland of the Challenger Division Angels cut the ribbon at the grand opening ceremony for Challenger Field, a fully accessible softball/baseball field for special needs players, on Saturday, March 22.

IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers FIELD OF THEIR OWN - Simi Valley Little League Challenger Division Red Sox team members wave to fans as they are introduced at the grand opening ceremony for Challenger Field, a fully accessible softball/baseball field for special needs players, on Saturday, March 22.

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FIELD OF THEIR OWN – Simi Valley Little League Challenger Division Red Sox team members wave to fans as they are introduced at the grand opening ceremony for Challenger Field, a fully accessible softball/baseball field for special needs players, on Saturday, March 22.

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