The Falls Little League Cubs, season champions, are pictured from left: back - Coach Jeff Laub, Luke Hunter, Alex Chamberlain, Jubril Olaniran, Cameron Bell, Owen Laub, Coach Scott Logsdon, Coach Rich Thach; front - Beau Phillips, Kaden Logsdon, Jaxon Barlament, Colby Heyting, Carson Thach, Joe Connors. Courtesy Photo

Falls Little League Cubs win Snoqualmie Valley Championship tournament

  • Monday, July 10, 2017 5:51pm
  • Sports

The Falls Little League Cubs took first place in the Majors division this year and then went onto win seven straight games in the playoffs to capture their championship on Friday, June 9. The Cubs beat the Snoqualmie Valley North Indians in the championship game 6-3 at Aldarra Fields.

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