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Base runner Ripley Brown, 9, of St. Petersburg, a kickball player for J.W. Cate Recreation Center, right, gets back to third base as third baseman Donnie Summers, 9, St. Petersburg of Campbell Park Recreation Center, awaits the throw, left, Friday, 4/14/17 at Woodlawn Park. 130 children, ages 6-11 representing 10 City of St. Petersburg recreation centers participate in the St. Petersburg Parks and Recreation Department kickball games each Friday. The season concludes with playoff gamers in May. J.W. Cate defeated Campbell Park 7-2.
Published Apr. 14, 2017

130 children, ages 6-11, representing 10 city recreation centers, are currently participating in the City of St. Petersburg Parks and Recreation Kickball League at Woodlawn Park, St. Petersburg each Friday. The season began with games in March and runs through May when it concludes with a playoff series.

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