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Solana Beach Little Leaguers hold a copy of the Declaration of Independence at a game played on July 4.

Solana Beach Little Leaguers hold a copy of the Declaration of Independence at the July 4th Star-Spangled Baseball Game played in honor of our nation’s birthday.

Pictured, bottom row (L-R): Trey Becker, Eli Henderson, Revere Schmidt, Luis Martinez.

Back row: Patrick Cunningham, Daniel Rosenberg, Drew Schmidt, Rocco Marcolongo, Jack Johns, Carson Tharp, Nico Marcolongo. Courtesy photo

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