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Falls Phillies, Tigers and Giants claim Valley Little League crowns

Falls Phillies are, from left, back, coach Jeff Rovegno, coach Tom Pangborn, middle row, Max Rovegno, Steven Watters, Nick Heinke, Harrison Danna, Justin Lutz, James Radek, front row, Hunter Mapes, Turner Reid, Ryan Kraycik, Tanner Sharp, Austin Pangborn, Logan VanCampen.   The Falls AAA Giants are, from left, back, parent helper Kirk Welch, coach Mark Craig, manager Bill Mardon, helper Bill Baxter; far left, Liam Renner, holding the game ball is Jack Mardon, back row, River Welch, Max Coombs, Max Evans, Cam Gardner, Brett Craig, Jake Hollenbeck, bottom row, Connor Baxter, Drew Warford and Max Mudd.   Snoqualmie Valley Baseball Playoff champs, the Falls Tigers are, from left, front, Tanner Vedder, Josh Entriken, Sam Wilson, Peyton Young, Trevor Clem, Camron Eiserman, Andrew Johnson, Aaron Jacobson, Daniel Henriksen, back, Coach Doug Johnson, Coach Todd Wilson, Sam Brown, Coach Michael Vedder.  - Courtesy Photo
Falls Phillies are, from left, back, coach Jeff Rovegno, coach Tom Pangborn, middle row, Max Rovegno, Steven Watters, Nick Heinke, Harrison Danna, Justin Lutz, James Radek, front row, Hunter Mapes, Turner Reid, Ryan Kraycik, Tanner Sharp, Austin Pangborn, Logan VanCampen. The Falls AAA Giants are, from left, back, parent helper Kirk Welch, coach Mark Craig, manager Bill Mardon, helper Bill Baxter; far left, Liam Renner, holding the game ball is Jack Mardon, back row, River Welch, Max Coombs, Max Evans, Cam Gardner, Brett Craig, Jake Hollenbeck, bottom row, Connor Baxter, Drew Warford and Max Mudd. Snoqualmie Valley Baseball Playoff champs, the Falls Tigers are, from left, front, Tanner Vedder, Josh Entriken, Sam Wilson, Peyton Young, Trevor Clem, Camron Eiserman, Andrew Johnson, Aaron Jacobson, Daniel Henriksen, back, Coach Doug Johnson, Coach Todd Wilson, Sam Brown, Coach Michael Vedder.
— image credit: Courtesy Photo

 

Three Falls Little League teams were crowned champions in last month's local Little League Snoqualmie Valley Baseball Playoffs.

In the 11- and 12-year-old Majors, the Falls Phillies came out of the loser's bracket to lead the Falls Red Sox 8-6 on Wednesday, June 15 at Aldarra.

The Falls Tigers beat the Snoqualmie Valley Cardinals, 11-6 on June 17 at Aldarra. The Coast division is a separate minor-league program for 10- to 12-year-olds.

In the AAA division for 9 and 10-year-olds, the Falls Giants bested the Falls Athletics, 14-7, on June 18 at Aldarra Field.

The tournament included Little Leagues from North Bend, Carnation, Duvall, Snoqualmie and Fall City.

All Stars are now playing in Falls Little League. For more information, visit fallsllorg.

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