Wiffle Ball Game On in North Salem

Kindergartner Charlie Bayer runs the bases. Credits: Sheila Denneen
Max Bucci (2nd grade) gets ready to swing. Credits: Sheila Denneen
Kate Gilchrist (3rd grade) throws to first . Credits: Sheila Denneen
Noemi Torres hits the ball as teammates Stephen Moore and Jack Miller cheer her on . Credits: Sheila Denneen
Seth Onofrio gets ready to swing. Credits: Sheila Denneen
Fifth grader Reilly Denneen pitches Credits: Sheila Denneen
Steven Gamez runs to first. Credits: Sheila Denneen
Jack Newman (4th grade) gets ready to run for home. Credits: Sheila Denneen
“G.O.A.T. Squad” team members Connor Meehan, Ryan Mullen, Ryan Denneen and Dean Ellicott Credits: Sheila Denneen
A postgame celebration with David Torres, Nicholas Foglia, Reilly Denneen, Ronan Volpe, John D’Agostino, Michael Gianopoulos, and John Michael Daigneault Credits: Sheila Denneen

NORTH SALEM, N.Y.— As MLB pitchers and catchers reported for spring training recently, the North Salem Youth Baseball and Softball League celebrated with the first ever Wiffle Ball Tournament. 

With snow blanketing the field and temperatures hovering around the freezing mark, over 50 boys and girls from grades K-6 turned out for an afternoon of fun and activity Feb. 11 at the North Salem Middle/High School.

Registration for the spring youth baseball and softball season is now open.  To register go to

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