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Moses Lake hosts youth baseball and softball tournaments

by IAN BIVONA
Sports Reporter | June 12, 2022 3:48 PM

MOSES LAKE - Two tournaments were held around Moses Lake this weekend, the Phil Schultz Memorial Tournament - a girls fastpitch tournament - and the Pete Doumit Memorial Tournament hosted by the Moses Lake Youth Baseball Association. Stay tuned to tomorrow’s paper for a story on the Pete Doumit Tournament.

The Washington Rage took the title in the 10u, 12u and 16/18u tournaments in the Phil Schultz Memorial Tournament.

Ian Bivona may be reached at ibivona@columbiabasinherald.com.

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A Chelan pitcher looks on at his catcher during a game in the 2022 Pete Doumit Memorial Tournament.

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A Moses Lake pitcher unleashes a pitch against Othello during a tournament game. The same pitcher also hit a home run over the fence earlier on Saturday.

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A Moses Lake third baseman peers on, waiting for a ball to come his way.

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The sunny and warm weather in Moses Lake on Saturday required some players to wear sunglasses.

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A player on Olympic Youth Baseball goes through his pitching motion during a tournament game.

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The Phil Schultz Memorial Tournament hosted several 18/16u, 14u, 12u and 10u youth teams.

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A Yakima Tigers player waits on second base before stealing third on a wild pitch.

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A dirtied Washington Rage player begins to slide into third after advancing on a wild pitch.

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A Yakima Tigers player dives after a line drive to center field in the 14u semifinals of the Phil Schultz Memorial Tournament.

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The Washington Avengers took on Grandview in the semifinals of the 14u tournament at Paul Lauzier Athletic Complex.

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