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Aspiring young athletes show off their kickball skills
October 15, 2020 at 3:54 a.m.
After Frank Ciardullo, 5, successfully evades the ball, he ecstatically continues his pursuit to home base during a Rye Brook Recreation Department first-grade kickball game at the Rye Brook Athletic Field on Friday, Oct. 9. The department will host another game on Monday, Oct. 19.
Like a professional baseball player, 5-year-old Colin Nates stands ready to sprint to the next base at the Rye Brook Athletic Field.
Ryan, 6, sprints as fast as he can to home base to avoid being knocked out during a Rye Brook Recreation Department kickball game.
Here comes the pitch! Lena Biscuiti of James Court, Port Chester, prepares to send the ball into the field during an exciting game of kickball.
Sawyer Escott, 5, gets ready to slide into home base to score a point for his team.
Some of the young athletes celebrate as one of their teammates makes their way around the bases after a successful kick.
Brody Berkowitz, 6, sends the ball flying into the air at the Rye Brook Athletic Field.
Ridge Street Elementary School first-grader Frank Ciardullo looks shocked after running to grab the kickball to hopefully get his opponent out.
Before the game begins on Friday, Oct. 9, Rye Brook Recreation Department staff member Jamie Florindi explains the rules of kickball to the young athletes.
After kicking the ball as far as he could, 5-year-old Sawyer Escott dashes to first base.
The ball is nowhere in sight as James Court, Port Chester, resident Charlotte Biscuiti makes her way to third base.