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For the Love of Little League: Fans Flock to Tournament Games 

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The 10-12 Winooski and Williston played at Schifilliti Park in Burlington on June 30.
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The 10-12 Winooski and Williston played at Schifilliti Park in Burlington on June 30.
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Chuck Schifilliti stands in front of the snack shack at Schifilliti Park.
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The 10-12 Winooski and Williston played at Schifilliti Park in Burlington on June 30.
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The 10-12 Winooski and Williston played at Schifilliti Park in Burlington on June 30.
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The 10-12 Winooski and Williston played at Schifilliti Park in Burlington on June 30.
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The 10-12 Winooski and Williston played at Schifilliti Park in Burlington on June 30.
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Vinny DeToma is the 2022 tournament director for Vermont District 1 Little League.
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The snack shack at Schifilliti Park.
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The 8-10 Burlington American and South Burlington played at Calahan Park in Burlington on June 30.
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The 10-12 Winooski and Williston played at Schifilliti Park in Burlington on June 30.
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Chuck Schifilliti sits in front of the snack shack at Schifilliti Park.
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The 8-10 Burlington American and South Burlington played at Calahan Park in Burlington on June 30.
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The 8-10 Burlington American and South Burlington played at Calahan Park in Burlington on June 30.
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Justin Heilenbach coaches 8-10 Burlington American which played against South Burlington at Calahan Park on June 30.
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The 8-10 Burlington American and South Burlington played at Calahan Park in Burlington on June 30.
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The 10-12 Winooski and Williston played at Schifilliti Park in Burlington on June 30.

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