- Published on Saturday, 02 July 2011 16:06
- Written by Josh Williams
GENESEO — Nearly 300 Little League players participated in the Geneseo Rotary Vic Raschi Little League this year and the season's conclusion was a family affair at Highland Park.
The season that started on a rough note because of all the rain ended on a perfect one with a sunny day.
Bounce houses as well as food were there for all to enjoy as well as the presentation of the trophies.
The senior league trophy, named in honor of Vic Raschi a former major league pitcher that played for the Yankees, Cardinals and Athletics was presented to the Indians.
Raschi lived in Groveland until 1988 when he died at the age of 66.
"We had a tremendous year this year," said Sean Ledwith Little League President, "We had nearly 300 participants and despite the rain the kids had a lot of fun."