Solana Beach Little Leaguers honor fallen service members

Alyson Tharp sings the National Anthem

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Solana Beach AAA players played a Memorial Weekend scrimmage on May 25 in honor of Solana Beach service members who died while serving the nation.  Solana Beach veterans took part in the game’s opening ceremony. The scrimmage was held at Solana Vista Elementary School.

–Photos/Jon Clark

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