Moses Lake hosts youth baseball and softball tournaments
It was all smiles at Larson Playfield in Moses Lake this weekend, as seen by this Moses Lake player running off the field.
Ian Bivona/Columbia Basin Herald
The Washington Avengers took on Grandview in the semifinals of the 14u tournament at Paul Lauzier Athletic Complex.
A Yakima Tigers player dives after a line drive to center field in the 14u semifinals of the Phil Schultz Memorial Tournament.
A dirtied Washington Rage player begins to slide into third after advancing on a wild pitch.
A Yakima Tigers player waits on second base before stealing third on a wild pitch.
The Phil Schultz Memorial Tournament hosted several 18/16u, 14u, 12u and 10u youth teams.
A player on Olympic Youth Baseball goes through his pitching motion during a tournament game.
The sunny and warm weather in Moses Lake on Saturday required some players to wear sunglasses.
A Moses Lake third baseman peers on, waiting for a ball to come his way.
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.
A Chelan pitcher looks on at his catcher during a game in the 2022 Pete Doumit Memorial Tournament.
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.
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