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Opening Ceremony Celebrating 50 years of Rockledge Little League

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Celebrating our half century milestone,
Rockledge Little League's opening day ceremony at McLarty Park was a huge success!

We had a great turnout, the kids and their families had a good time. The celebration featured raffles, a bounce house, face painting, food vendors and more. We would like to thank our sponsors for all their support, we could not be successful without them.

The 50th anniversary opening day marks the official start of the 2013 spring season. "Play Ball".


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On December 19th Championship rings were presented to the coaches and players and also to the City of Rockledge for display along with the Championship Trophy. Mayor Price accepted the ring on behalf of the City Council then assisted President Finney in presenting rings to the coaches and players.

On behalf of the City Council, Chairman Blake expressed the Council's pride, along with the rest of the community, in the accomplishment of these young men and thanked them for putting Rockledge on the map in such a positive light.


The Rockledge All-Stars are champions of the 2012 Junior League Baseball World Series after defeating Aruba 12-10 in eight innings at Heritage Park in Taylor Michigan.

Playing for the new Junior League Baseball World Champion Rockledge All-Stars were Drew Parrish; Kevin Clanton; Mason Studstill; Mike Hall; Gavin Spinneweber; Trevor Payne; Kasim Nabhan; Blake Beyel; Justin Robedeau; Brady Martello; and Jackson Parker. Rockledge was managed by David Clanton. Team coaches were Robbie Robedeau, Tom Hall, Shane Parker and Dino Martello.