The fall season kicked off Tuesday at Good Times Park in
Leesburg for the Central Loudoun Little League, and this year things looked a
little brighter for the league as lights lit the fields.
The league has been operating in Loudoun since the early ‘60s and has grown to have about 1,500 players.
“Over the course of those 50 years and today, Central Loudoun Little League continues to be a great community asset,” said CLLL president Kevin Bednoski. “Something that is really a crown jewel of what we have is Good Times Park.”
Leesburg Mayor Kristen Umstattd and Councilman Marty Martinez were among those who joined the league for the official “lighting.”