Sun City resident Ray Singley, who played in the first-ever Little League World Series in 1947, is photographed on June 24 holding a picture of his championship team.
Sun City resident Ray Singley, who played in the first-ever Little League World Series in 1947, is photographed on June 24 holding a picture of his championship team. Jay Karr
Sun City resident Ray Singley, who played in the first-ever Little League World Series in 1947, is photographed on June 24 holding a picture of his championship team. Jay Karr

Sun City's Ray Singley was on 1st Little League World Series championship team

August 14, 2014 1:22 AM

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