Redmond native, PLU head softball coach and son pitch in at Junior League Softball World Series

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Pacific Lutheran University head softball coach and Redmond native Brandi Gordon-Bennett watches as her son Charlie, 4, throws out one of the first pitches at today’s Junior League Softball World Series opening ceremony at Everest Park in Kirkland. Gordon-Bennett is a Redmond High graduate and played boys baseball at Redmond North Little League until she was 16. At today’s ceremony, she addressed the teams, encouraging the players to do their best and have a good time. Andy Nystrom/Redmond Reporter

Pacific Lutheran University head softball coach and Redmond native Brandi Gordon-Bennett watches as her son Charlie, 4, throws out one of the first pitches at today’s Junior League Softball World Series opening ceremony at Everest Park in Kirkland. Gordon-Bennett is a Redmond High graduate and played boys baseball at Redmond North Little League until she was 16. At today’s ceremony, she addressed the teams, encouraging the players to do their best and have a good time. Andy Nystrom/Redmond Reporter

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