LIttle League tryouts in Solana Beach

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In preparation for the upcoming season, the Solana Beach Little League recently held tryouts/evaluations at Solana Vista and Earl Warren schools. For more information, visit www.solanabeachlittleleague.com. Photos: Jon Clark

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