PHOTOS: Ceremonial first pitches open Dixie Youth World Series




<p data-recalc-dims=Former US Congressman and Lumberton native Mike McIntyre throws a ceremonial first pitch at Friday’s Dixie Youth World Series opening ceremony at Alton G. Brooks Stadium.

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Former US Congressman and Lumberton native Mike McIntyre throws a ceremonial first pitch at Friday’s Dixie Youth World Series opening ceremony at Alton G. Brooks Stadium.

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<p data-recalc-dims=Lumberton City Councilwoman Melissa Robinson throws a ceremonial first pitch to Lumberton catcher Decklan Stueck at Friday’s Dixie Youth World Series opening ceremony at Alton G. Brooks Stadium. The tournament will be held at Dr. Raymond B. Pennington Athletic Complex, which sits in Robinson’s Precinct 2.

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Lumberton City Councilwoman Melissa Robinson throws a ceremonial first pitch to Lumberton catcher Decklan Stueck at Friday’s Dixie Youth World Series opening ceremony at Alton G. Brooks Stadium. The tournament will be held at Dr. Raymond B. Pennington Athletic Complex, which sits in Robinson’s Precinct 2.

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<p data-recalc-dims=Each ball that was thrown in the three ceremonial first pitches at Friday’s Dixie Youth World Series opening ceremony was autographed by the six US Army Golden Knights who delivered the balls by parachute to Alton G. Brooks Stadium. Pictured, the ball is held by former US Congressman and Lumberton native Mike McIntyre, who threw out one of the three pitches.

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Each ball that was thrown in the three ceremonial first pitches at Friday’s Dixie Youth World Series opening ceremony was autographed by the six US Army Golden Knights who delivered the balls by parachute to Alton G. Brooks Stadium. Pictured, the ball is held by former US Congressman and Lumberton native Mike McIntyre, who threw out one of the three pitches.

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Carey Wrenn, North Carolina state president of Dixie Youth Baseball, throws a ceremonial first pitch to Lumberton catcher Decklan Stueck at Friday’s Dixie Youth World Series opening ceremony at Alton G. Brooks Stadium. For more photos, see page 1A or 8A or visit robesonian.com.

Former US Congressman and Lumberton native Mike McIntyre throws a ceremonial first pitch at Friday’s Dixie Youth World Series opening ceremony at Alton G. Brooks Stadium.

Lumberton City Councilwoman Melissa Robinson throws a ceremonial first pitch to Lumberton catcher Decklan Stueck at Friday’s Dixie Youth World Series opening ceremony at Alton G. Brooks Stadium. The tournament will be held at Dr. Raymond B. Pennington Athletic Complex, which sits in Robinson’s Precinct 2.

Each ball that was thrown in the three ceremonial first pitches at Friday’s Dixie Youth World Series opening ceremony was autographed by the six US Army Golden Knights who delivered the balls by parachute to Alton G. Brooks Stadium. Pictured, the ball is held by former US Congressman and Lumberton native Mike McIntyre, who threw out one of the three pitches.

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