ROSEVILLE (CBS13) — Things got wet and muddy for Roseville Little League’s opening day.

Everyone hoped for some sunshine considering they had a parade, bounce houses and food vendors set aside for the big day. But umbrellas were opened up and ponchos were put on as the rain forced everyone off of the field.

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“We knew it was going to rain,” Carly Tucker, one of the player’s mom, said. “But this morning when we left the house I thought, ‘It’s going to be a beautiful day, it’s sunny,’ you know, not the case five minutes later.”

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It seems everyone came prepared, and they certainly weren’t going to let a little bit of rain keep them off the field.

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“We saw the weather forecast,” the league president said. “We were hoping we would get lucky, but hey it will be memorable for these guys.”