The Sunflowers march in the opening day parade on Saturday.

Spirit of Morgan Hill Girls Fastpitch Softball welcomed 230 players and their families to the start of the 34th season of softball Saturday at the San Martin Gwinn fields.
Players range from 4 to 17 and are divided into five divisions – T-ball (6U), Minors (8U), Juniors (10U), Majors (12U) and Seniors (17U).
The season will run until May 6 when championship games are played.
“We’ve been preparing for this day for a long time,” said Tom Evans, president, Spirit of Morgan Hill Softball. “It was nice to see the players, coaches and families enjoy the start of the season.”
Following the regular season, Spirit of Morgan Hill softball organizes travel competition teams that play in tournaments across the state of California and Nevada.  Last summer in 2016, the 10U competition team, coached by Tiffany Iacomini, was crowned Nor Cal champions.
Games will take place weekdays and weekends at the softball fields at San Martin Gwinn school.

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