• San Marino Little Leaguers Help in a Big Way


    HELPING HANDS: Scores of San Marino Little Leaguers gathered early on a non-school day to collect $1,340 for the Moore Youth Baseball Association, an Oklahoma community which was devastated by last month’s tornadoes. PICTURED ABOVE, left to right, are TOP ROW: Michael Baldocchi, Carson Giles, Quintin Hollomand, Connor Short, Ian Glasse and Marcus Buentabenta. MIDDLE ROW;  Jordan Chung, San Marino Fire Chief Jim Frawley, Blake Cabot, Matt Gulick, Kyle Chen, Ethan Lainez and San Marino Firefighters Brian Campbell and Tim Chow. FRONT ROW; Clay Cribbs, Andy Sutherland, Cole Cribbs, Charlie Sutherland, Jack Lovelock, Carson Herren, James Dixon and Jackson Herren.

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