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Majors show powerful performance

The Snoqualmie Valley Little League Majors All-Stars finished fourth out of 14 teams in their district, with a record of 4-2.  The team lost in the opening round to the second place team, Issaquah, 3-2 in seven innings. However, they went on to defeat Kirkland American 10-4, Sammamish American 19-5, Eastlake — last year’s District 9 Champions and second in state — 5 to 4, and Mercer Island, 1-0. They lost their final game to Redmond West, 9 to 6. The team includes, from left, back row, coach Doug Breshears, Chris Solomon, Marcus Deichman, Kyle Williams, coach Jeff Mitchell, Zane Berhold, Tyler Townsley, Hank Van Liew, Dane Dahline and Coach Matt Deichman, from row, Tanner Simpson, Forrest Solomon, Riley Buck, Carson Breshears, Wyatt Baker-Jagla and Nick Mitchell. - Courtesy photo
The Snoqualmie Valley Little League Majors All-Stars finished fourth out of 14 teams in their district, with a record of 4-2. The team lost in the opening round to the second place team, Issaquah, 3-2 in seven innings. However, they went on to defeat Kirkland American 10-4, Sammamish American 19-5, Eastlake — last year’s District 9 Champions and second in state — 5 to 4, and Mercer Island, 1-0. They lost their final game to Redmond West, 9 to 6. The team includes, from left, back row, coach Doug Breshears, Chris Solomon, Marcus Deichman, Kyle Williams, coach Jeff Mitchell, Zane Berhold, Tyler Townsley, Hank Van Liew, Dane Dahline and Coach Matt Deichman, from row, Tanner Simpson, Forrest Solomon, Riley Buck, Carson Breshears, Wyatt Baker-Jagla and Nick Mitchell.
— image credit: Courtesy photo

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