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First pitch is fast approaching for Tiburon softball, Little League

By JEFF DEMPSEY
jdempsey@thearknewspaper.com
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Spring is just around the corner, and local boys and girls will soon be grabbing their bats and gloves and taking to the field.

Tiburon Little League and Tiburon Girls Softball will both start new seasons this month, with the Little League season kicking off March 11.

The league, which has 36 teams made up of players with ages ranging from 4 to 14, will hold its opening day celebration March 18 at Strawberry Field. A round of baseball games will be played at 9 a.m.; after those games are over, all the teams will gather around the baseball diamond to be introduced.
"We'll have a nice little ceremony, we'll recite the Little League pledge, the national anthem, we'll acknowledge the all-star teams, particularly the 12-year-old and the 50/70 teams, which won their districts last year," said Patrick Tenney, the league's board president.

Afterward, there will be food and drinks, as well as skill-based games such as throwing accuracy contests and races. Afternoon games will get underway at 3 p.m. Tenney said he hopes the younger kids will stick around for those games, which feature some of the league's older kids.

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Belvedere girl skis to victory in March 4 divisional championships

Belvedere's Kylie Kariotis, 12, topped the field in the women's moguls race at the U.S. Ski Association's Far West Divisional Championships.

Kariotis outraced 17 other women ages 10-21 to place first in the event, which was held March 4 at the Northstar Resort in Truckee.
Mogul skiing is a 200-meter downhill race in which competitors must negotiate both the moguls and two large jumps. Competitors are judged on the quality of their turns and jumps as well as their finishing times.
The U.S. Ski Association is composed of eight divisions; the Far West division includes athletes west of Utah and south of Oregon.

Kariotis' next competition is at the U.S. Junior National Championships currently underway in Sun Valley, Idaho.

Parents and coaches, submit your sports results online at arkn.ws/reportscore. In 350 words or fewer, focus on all Tiburon Peninsula members of your sporting event, including include first and last names, ages and cities of residence, along with relevant player statistics, opponent names and key dates. Send high-resolution photos to Youth Reporter Jeff Dempsey at jdempsey@thearknewspaper.com.

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