In its second year, Mountain Valley Little League — pulling boys and girls from the towns of Olive, Shandaken and Woodstock — has started to catch the eye of kids now wanting to play baseball as much as they desire soccer. Or their Wiis, playstations, tablets and smart phones, for that matter.
On a recent Tuesday evening at Andy Lee Field, play got interrupted for 15 minutes during the third inning while a downpour passed through. But then it resumed, with only a few wet parents really noticing any sense of discomfort.
Woodstock little league chief, and the league’s local VP . . .
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