Basin fastpitch teams take home trophies at the Phil Schultz Memorial Tournament
The 18u fastpitch team comprised of girls from Moses Lake, Ephrata and East Wenatchee won the Inaugural Phil Schultz Memorial Tournament in Moses Lake. From left to right in the front row- Jenika Balderas, Trinity Nations, Mikalya Friedbauer, Anjalee Deleon, Ebonie Farias and Emmie Olsen.
Second row- Coach Anna Vela, Rozlyn Lane, Olivia Marlow, Eryn Eckenberg, Hayleigh Martinez, Coach Junior Moreno, Paige Richardson, Lena Rodriguez, Jadelyn Balderas, Coach Bob Richardson and Coach Angie Friedbauer.
The Washington Rage 12u fastpitch team won the Inaugural Phil Schultz Memorial Tournament from left to right are the following members: front row- Jayylinn Villarreal, Brooklyn Bruce, Amaiaha Martinez, Arralyn Ottolini, Kennadee Lyons, Jocie Carlstrom and Kiarah Esparza. Back row- Coach Brooke Richardson, Allie Jensen, Amerie Pineda, Lexi Warner, Kiana Salazar, Sarah E, Mia Lopez, Karlee Sanchez and Coach Stephanie Lopez.
The Washington Rage 10u fastpitch team won the Inaugural Phil Schultz Memorial Tournament. From left to right in the front row: Lily Mugnos, Gabi Adamy and Riley Trusty. Second row- Evelee Garza, Cadence Meza, Mackenna Humphrey, Jenevee Garza, Jennicka Taylor, EmMarie Albert, Haley Trusty, Cindy Albert and Arri Deleon. Back row: Coaches Jason Humphrey and Steve Mugnos.
| June 15, 2022 3:13 PM
MOSES LAKE — Three local fastpitch teams took the Inaugural Phil Schultz Memorial Tournament in Moses Lake this past weekend in their respective age groups.
The three teams were the Washington Rage 18u, the Washington Rage 12u and the Washington Rage 10u.
The Washington Rage 18u fastpitch team was comprised of girls from Moses Lake, Ephrata and East Wenatchee. They went 4-1 during the weekend with their only loss coming from the Yakima Tigers. The local team would get revenge and beat the Tigers in the championship game 15-5. Moses Lake’s Paige Richardson was named the championship game All-Star.
The Washington Rage 12u fastpitch team won the tournament after beating NW Elite out of Eastern Oregon 12-4 to capture the championship. The team finished 4-0-1 on the weekend. The Championship Game All-Star for the Rage was Kiana Salazar.
The Washington Rage 10u, the youngest Rage team, beat the Rampage out of Ephrata 14-5 to capture the 10u championship. The team finished 5-0 on the weekend. The Championship Game All-Star for the 10u Rage was Mackenna Humphrey.