The Snoqualmie Valley North Cubs beat the Falls Cubs, 5-4, in eight innings of the Little League majors Snoqualmie Valley championship game on June 8 at Big Rock Field in Duvall. Both teams are pictured after receiving their medals: first place SVN Cubs in red and second place Falls Cubs in blue. The three Snoqualmie Valley leagues — Falls, Snoqualmie Valley and Snoqualmie Valley North — play against each other in the end-of-the-season playoffs that resulted in the championship game. Courtesy photo

The Snoqualmie Valley North Cubs beat the Falls Cubs, 5-4, in eight innings of the Little League majors Snoqualmie Valley championship game on June 8 at Big Rock Field in Duvall. Both teams are pictured after receiving their medals: first place SVN Cubs in red and second place Falls Cubs in blue. The three Snoqualmie Valley leagues — Falls, Snoqualmie Valley and Snoqualmie Valley North — play against each other in the end-of-the-season playoffs that resulted in the championship game. Courtesy photo

Snoqualmie Valley North Cubs win baseball title in extra innings

  • Thursday, June 13, 2019 10:03am
  • Sports

The Snoqualmie Valley North Cubs beat the Falls Cubs, 5-4, in eight innings of the Little League majors Snoqualmie Valley championship game on June 8 at Big Rock Field in Duvall. Both teams are pictured after receiving their medals: first place SVN Cubs in red and second place Falls Cubs in blue. The three Snoqualmie Valley leagues — Falls, Snoqualmie Valley and Snoqualmie Valley North — play against each other in the end-of-the-season playoffs that resulted in the championship game. Courtesy photo


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