Diamond support that travels
Published 11:15 am Thursday, June 28, 2018
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Mindy Morris, left, Jodi Luhn, center, and Cathy Noraas gather for a photo while cheering on the PEFYA Majors All-Stars from the stands. (Photo by Titus Mohler)
Enjoying front row seats to see the PEFYA Major League All-Stars in action are, from left, Julia Luhn, Elizabeth Boehmer and Evelynn Noraas. (Photo by Titus Mohler)
From left, Tobias Noraas, Tanner Morris and Everett Wilson were among PEFYA’s contingent of young fans. (Photo by Titus Mohler)
From left, in front, Melissa Gayles and Cetric Gayles
hold for a photo with a couple of PEFYA Instructional All-Stars, from left, in back, Bryce Gayles and Owen Wears. (Photo by Titus Mohler)
Betsy Jenkins and Wade Jenkins share an embrace
at the ballpark after helping manage the PEFYA Major League All-Star team. (Photo by Titus Mohler)
The Prince Edward- Farmville Youth Association (PEFYA) Major League and Instructional All-Star teams were in Lunenburg County over the weekend and into this week for their respective District 5 tournaments, and the stands and edges of the fields bore evidence that the squads did not travel alone.
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Family and friends did not miss the chance to make the PEFYA All-Stars feel at home on the road, rooting for them as they competed on the diamond. For supporters who could not make the trip, all of the Major League tournament games were broadcast on Farmville- based Kickin’ Country 92.9 WVHL-FM.