PHOTOS: Dixie Youth International Series Opening Ceremony

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<p> Players and coaches from all 33 participating teams sit in the stands during Friday’s Dixie Youth World Series Opening Ceremony at Alton G. Brooks Stadium in Lumberton. </ p> </p>
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Players and coaches from all 33 participating teams sit in the stands during Friday’s Dixie Youth World Series Opening Ceremony at Alton G. Brooks Stadium in Lumberton.

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<p> Greater Virginia’s Landon Smith is shocked by the fist of Lumberton Youth Baseball Association President Tim Locklear during the Dixie Youth World Series Opening Ceremony Friday at Alton G. Brooks Stadium in Lumberton. </ p> </p>
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Landon Smith of Greater Virginia is shocked by the fist of Lumberton Youth Baseball Association President Tim Locklear during the Dixie Youth World Series Opening Ceremony Friday at Alton G. Brooks Stadium in Lumberton.

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<p> Alabama “O” area team Patton Mitchell reviews the pins presented by participants from other states during Friday’s Dixie Youth World Series Opening Ceremony at Alton G. Brooks Stadium in Lumberton. </ p> </p>
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Alabama “O” area team Patton Mitchell reviews the pins presented by participants from other states during Friday’s Dixie Youth World Series Opening Ceremony at Alton G. Brooks Stadium in Lumberton.

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<p> Mississippi AAA’s Nolan Sharp raises his hat to the crowd during the Dixie Youth World Series Opening Ceremony Friday at Alton G. Brooks Arena in Lumberton. </ p> </p>
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Mississippi AAA’s Nolan Sharp raises his hat to the crowd during Friday’s Dixie Youth World Series Opening Ceremony at Alton G. Brooks Stadium in Lumberton.

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<p> North Carolina AAA’s Cameron Peterson throws Mardi Gras, which were distributed by Louisiana teams, to the audience during the opening ceremony of the Dixie Youth World Championships Friday at Alton G. Brooks Stadium in Lumberton. </ p> < p>  Chris Styles |  Robisonian </ p>” srcset=”https://s24474.pcdn.co/wp-content/uploads/2022/08/128768828_web1_IMG_3594.jpg” sizes=”(-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2) 1280px, (min- resolution: 192dpi) 1280px, 640px” class=”entry-thumb td-animation-stack-type0-3″ style=”width: 100%;”/></a></p>
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North Carolina AAA’s Cameron Peterson threw Mardi Gras, distributed by Louisiana teams, into the crowd during the Dixie Youth World Series Opening Ceremony Friday at Alton G. Brooks Stadium in Lumberton.

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<p> Members of the Alabama AAA team wait before the Dixie Youth World Series Opening Ceremony Friday at Alton G. Brooks Stadium in Lumberton. </ p> </p>
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Members of the Alabama AAA team wait before the Dixie Youth World Series Opening Ceremony Friday at Alton G. Brooks Stadium in Lumberton.

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<p> Members of the Alabama majors gather before the Dixie Youth World Series Opening Ceremony Friday at Alton G. Brooks Stadium in Lumberton. </ p> </p>
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Members of the Alabama main team gather before the Dixie Youth World Series Opening Ceremony Friday at Alton G. Brooks Stadium in Lumberton.

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Texas AAA’s Jacob Walton holds the state flag during the Dixie Youth World Series Opening Ceremony Friday at Alton G. Brooks Arena in Lumberton. For more images, see page 1a and 1b.

Players and coaches from all 33 participating teams sit in the stands during Friday’s Dixie Youth World Series Opening Ceremony at Alton G. Brooks Stadium in Lumberton.

Landon Smith of Greater Virginia is shocked by the fist of Lumberton Youth Baseball Association President Tim Locklear during the Dixie Youth World Series Opening Ceremony Friday at Alton G. Brooks Stadium in Lumberton.

Alabama “O” area team Patton Mitchell reviews the pins presented by participants from other states during Friday’s Dixie Youth World Series Opening Ceremony at Alton G. Brooks Stadium in Lumberton.

Mississippi AAA’s Nolan Sharp raises his hat to the crowd during Friday’s Dixie Youth World Series Opening Ceremony at Alton G. Brooks Stadium in Lumberton.

North Carolina AAA’s Cameron Peterson threw Mardi Gras, distributed by Louisiana teams, into the crowd during the Dixie Youth World Series Opening Ceremony Friday at Alton G. Brooks Stadium in Lumberton.

Members of the Alabama AAA team wait before the Dixie Youth World Series Opening Ceremony Friday at Alton G. Brooks Stadium in Lumberton.

Members of the Alabama main team gather before the Dixie Youth World Series Opening Ceremony Friday at Alton G. Brooks Stadium in Lumberton.