Sequim Little League players race onto Don Knapp Field as part of the season-closing ceremonies on July 10. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

PHOTOS: Big sendoff for Sequim Little League

Sequim Little League players, coaches, advocates, families and friends gave a bid send-off to the 2021 season with closing day ceremonies on July 10.

Check out more photos from the celebration here: flickr.com/photos/119537964@N04/albums/72157719586141290.

Bryson Yanik, 5, at left, and his 3-year-old brother Wylie enjoy checking out the Life Flight Network helicopter at Sequim Little League’s 2021 season-ending ceremonies on July 10. Sequim Gazette photos by Michael Dashiell

Bryson Yanik, 5, at left, and his 3-year-old brother Wylie enjoy checking out the Life Flight Network helicopter at Sequim Little League’s 2021 season-ending ceremonies on July 10. Sequim Gazette photos by Michael Dashiell

Sequim Little League softballer Mia Kirner, right, accepts the Don Knapp Sportsmanship Award from Tony and Brenda Knapp Bistline on July 10 at the league’s season-ending ceremonies. In part to honor the legacy of longtime volunteer/advocate Don Knapp, who passed away in November 2020, the league created the sportsman ship award for one baseball player and one softball player. Kirner and baseballer Bryant Laboy (who received the award at a separate ceremony) are the first recipients.

Sequim Little League softballer Mia Kirner, right, accepts the Don Knapp Sportsmanship Award from Tony and Brenda Knapp Bistline on July 10 at the league’s season-ending ceremonies. In part to honor the legacy of longtime volunteer/advocate Don Knapp, who passed away in November 2020, the league created the sportsman ship award for one baseball player and one softball player. Kirner and baseballer Bryant Laboy (who received the award at a separate ceremony) are the first recipients.

Michaela Green sings the National Anthem at Saturday’s Little League season-closing ceremonies.

Michaela Green sings the National Anthem at Saturday’s Little League season-closing ceremonies.

Sequim Little League players race onto Don Knapp Field as part of the season-closing ceremonies.

Sequim Little League players race onto Don Knapp Field as part of the season-closing ceremonies.

Justin Haberlack is all smiles after receiving his Sequim Little League prep division team’s Most Inspirational Player Award on Saturday afternoon.

Justin Haberlack is all smiles after receiving his Sequim Little League prep division team’s Most Inspirational Player Award on Saturday afternoon.

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