Local youth sports leagues ready themselves to get children out of the house

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The Murrieta Valley Girls Softball Association will be holding spring assessments Saturday, Feb. 6. Valley News/Courtesy photo.
The push to get youth athletes out and about is making strides amid this global pandemic, especially right here in the Temecula Valley. With the most recent “stay at home” order lifted and local counties returning to the purple tier, local youth sports leagues are getting creative in their efforts to bring some normalcy back to families that have been pushing for sports to return. The hashtag #LetThemPlayCA rallies have made progress in their pleas to the local, state and national government agencies who are not providing the data that has sat their children on the sidelines during the current pandemic. “We are all going through something that is unprecedented,” Chris, Blaschak, president of Temecula Youth Baseball, said. “I believe getting the kids back out on the field is
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