Salmon Creek Little League

WA State Tournaments

Congrats to all the Salmon Creek All-Stars!

Major (10-12) All-Stars

WA State Baseball Major Tournament

Hidden Valley Sports Park

Saturday, July 23:

Game 2: Salmon Creek 4, Montesano (D3) 5

[ Boxscore | Scorecard ]

Sadly the 11/12's season came to an end on Sunday with a heartbreaking 5-4 loss to Montesano.

Max Mitchell started the game off with a hard shot to center field that resulted in a double. Mitchell scored by stealing home via two wild pitches putting Creek ahead 1-0. Noah Shepherd's triple drove in the second run of the inning and Creek led 2-0 at the end of 1. Two more runs followed in the 2nd and the 11/12's held their 4-0 lead until the 5th inning. Two homeruns help Montesano seal the deal with a victory.

Parker Harris pitched a great game in his 2 2/3 innings giving up only 1 hit and striking out 2. Max Mitchell and Tanner Beaman contributed as well with Beaman striking out 5 in his 2 innings of work.

The coaches and team put in a great amount of work and effort during the All-Star season. They always supported each other and encouraged each other throughout both tournaments. Be proud you guys: you finished in the top 13 of all 11/12 year old All-Star teams in the state.

Go Creek!!

Game 1: Redmond North (D9) 3, Salmon Creek 0

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The 11/12's faced a good Redmond North All-Star team in their first state game on Saturday afternoon. With only two hits courtesy of Parker Harris and Caden Vire, the Salmon Creek All-Stars fell 3-0 in six tough innings of play.

Alden Fay was solid through 2 2/3 innings with 4 strikeouts and allowing only two hits. The fielders provided some excellent defensive plays to back him up.

The boys had not seen the pitching speed that Redmond's starter threw. He had 9 strikeouts before leaving after 3 1/3 innings. The game was tight with a 1-0 score heading into the 5th inning. Redmond scored one run in each of the last two innings to finish with a 3-0 victory.

The boys held their heads high after the game and will be ready for Montesano on Sunday. A nice compliment came from the Redmond coach who said their team had not been challenged during Districts the way the Salmon Creek 11/12 team challenged them. Nice work, Creek!!

2016 District 6 Champions!

On to State

Major (10-12) Bracket

Thursday, June 30:

Game 4: Salmon Creek 4, Hazel Dell 3

[ Boxscore | Scorecard ]


It was by far the most exciting, nail biting, stomach churning game the 11/12's played in the District tournament. Heading into the bottom of the 6th up 4-3, Salmon Creek was able to hold off Hazel Dell with an incredible play when Nate Giusti threw out a runner at home to catcher Tim Jeffs. That was a much needed spark to pump up the boys to get the last 2 outs and clinch the title.

The game started with shutdown pitching by both Max Mitchell of SCLL and Henry Palmersheim of HDLL. Parker Harris relieved Mitchell in the 5th inning to record the first save of the post-season by SCLL. Combined, the two SCLL pitchers allowed just 6 hits and no walks, while striking out 7 HD batters.

Both teams were scoreless heading into the 3rd inning. Owen Filburn and Tim Jeffs came off the bench to hit back to back RBI singles with Cyi Buckmeir following it up with a 2 run RBI double. Hazel Dell answered back the next two innings by scoring 3 runs. The bottom of the 6th was tense especially when Hazel Dell stole two bases putting a runner on 3rd with no outs. A hit to first baseman Giusti made Creek fans suck in their breath as he executed a perfect throw to Jeffs to get the runner out. The next two outs were ground outs and then the crowd (and team) went wild. Bellevue, here we come!

Tuesday, June 28:

Game 3: Salmon Creek 15, Glenwood 0

[ Boxscore | Scorecard ]

Creek 11/12's dominated once again beating Glennwood 15-0 in 4 innings. The only thing standing between them and the District 6 championship will be faced Thursday night at 6pm.

Alden Fay was stellar on the mound with 5 strike outs and allowing only 3 hits in 2 2/3 innings. Tanner Beaman came in for the save pitching only 17 pitches in 1 1/3 innings with 3 strikeouts.

The first inning was tight with goose eggs for both teams. Salmon Creek opened it up in the 2nd with 3 runs and then broke it wide open with a 9 run 3rd inning. Max Mitchell lead the way in batting going 3 for 4 with two singles and a double. Tanner Beaman, Nate Giusti and Noah Shepherd followed suit by all going 2 for 4. 3 more runs in the 4th sealed the deal for Salmon Creek.

Come cheer on our boys this Thursday as they go for the honor of holding up the District 6 championship banner. GO CREEK!

Sunday, June 26:

Game 2: Salmon Creek 11, Lewis River 1

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Salmon Creek Major All-Stars continued their early tournament success by posting an 11-1 win over the Lewis River All-Stars.

Tanner Beaman gave the game a quick spark by mashing a hard line drive, 2-run home run over the centerfield fence in the first inning. Max Mitchell and Nate Giusti continued to power the offense with 2 hits each. Beaman and Giusti both had 3 RBI on the day, with Noah Shepherd getting 2 RBI and Owen Filburn getting 1 on a nice single in the 3rd.

Max Mitchell again started pitching for Creek but was forced to leave the mound when he tried to snag a hard line drive up the middle that jammed his finger (he would later return to collect another hit and score another run). Parker Harris came in and shut down the Lewis River team for the next 3 innings that included 6 strikeouts. Alden Fay came in to get the final out on a 3 pitch strikeout. Creek pitchers allowed just 1 hit and 1 walk on the day. The highlight was Parker's 3 strikeout, 10 pitch 3rd inning.

Creek next faces a good hitting Glenwood team on Tuesday afternoon at 4pm.

Saturday, June 25:

Game 1: Salmon Creek 16, Highlands 0

[ Boxscore | Scorecard ]

Salmon Creek Major All-Stars started off the tournament with a strong offensive showing and dominating pitching. Creek beat Highlands All-Stars 16-0 in the last game of the opening day.

On offense, Salmon Creek had 4 players with multi-hit games, led by Nate Giusti going 4-for-4 with 5 RBI and Cyi Buckmeir who went 3-for-3. Max Mitchell and Owen Filburn added 2 hits apiece. In all, Salmon Creek had 14 hits on the day.

On the pitching side, Max Mitchell, Tanner Beaman, and Alden Fay combined to no-hit, no-walk the Highlands team. They allowed only 3 base runners all day and completed the 4 inning game with only 49 pitches thrown on the day.

A nice start to the tournament for the Creek team.

Game Casts:

Announced at Closing Cermemonies:

Major All-Stars

10-11 All-Stars

WA State Baseball 10/11 Tournament


Wednesday, July 27:

Game 3: Salmon Creek 7, Pac West 9

SCLL 10/11s finish 5th in State!

The SCLL 10/11 Team lost 7-9 today versus PacWest in a back and forth game giving them a 5th place finish in the State Tournament.

This was a nail bitter of a game the whole way with each team making several runs during the game. We were so extremely proud of how the boys never gave up and fought their absolute hardest the entire game. They made all of us very proud and represented SCLL well!

A few individual highlights:
- Josh King pitched a monster of a game striking out 9 batters in 3 1/3 innings.
- Jack Santic closed the last 1 1/3 inning giving up just 1 hit and no earned runs.
- Jack Santic, Cody Blackhurst, Josh King, and Isaac Pisarczyk all had RBIs.

Lastly, we want to give a credit to our catchers Adam Deeney and Colby Loper. There are not a lot of "stats" to report as far as catching goes so these guys often don't get the credit they deserve. These two guys are rock solid behind the plate each and every game. We did not see a single other catcher on any of the team see saw in Districts or State that were even close to these two. SCLL is extremely fortunate to have not one, but two studs behind the plate!

Thanks for all your support throughout the season and we are all looking forward to seeing how far these guys can go as 12 year olds as they are improving and going further in this tournament every year!

Go Creek!

Tuesday, July 26:

Game 3: Walla Walla Valley 5, Salmon Creek 1

The SCLL 10/11 team lost a tough game today to a very strong Walla Walla team 5-1. Walla Walls's pitching was very good and was enough to keep the normally strong Creek Offense to just 1 run.

Cody Blackhurst, Jack Santic, Luke Hockhalter, and Josh King all put in solid efforts on the mound today holding Walla Walla scoreless in 5 of the 6 innings played today. Unfortunately, Walla Walla got hot in the 3rd inning putting up 5 runs.

This team fought hard all the way up to the very last pitch and never felt as if they were out of the game. This was our first loss this year, so we will play again tomorrow versus PacWest at 10:00.

Sunday, July 24:

Game 2: Salmon Creek 13, Marysville 2

The SCLL 10/11 team defeated Marysville today 13-2 behind a very impressive total team effort hitting, pitching, and on defense.

Creek got off to a fast start taking a 4-0 lead with a 3 run home run by Cody Blackhurst. Jack Santic started the game on the mound and pitched three impressive innings giving up just 2 runs to a strong hitting Marysville team.

Creek had another strong inning in the 4th scoring 5 more runs capped off by a GRAND SLAM by Cody Blackhurst. Cody then entered the game as pitcher to start bottom of the 4th and logging another impressive 2 1/3 innings giving up no runs over that span.

SCLL extended their lead in the 5th inning behind a 2 run Home Run by Jack Santic. In the top of the 6th, Jack hit an line drive single scoring 2 more and extend the lead to 13-2. Josh King entered the game for the last 2 outs to close out the game on the mound.

The entire team played great today. Other individual notes included a diving catch in left field by Brayden Disbrow at a critical time in the game. Dominic Wakeland and Sam Cates each had two hits. And our "special pinch runner" extraordinaire Kaiden Garrison continues to baffle opposing teams on the base paths just about every inning with his speed.

SCLL plays Walla Walla next on Tuesday at 10:00 a.m.

Saturday, July 23:

Game 1: Salmon Creek 14, Montesano 1

The SCLL 10/11 team won their first game at the State Tournament 14-1 over Montasano today. Isaac Pisarczyk got the Creek offense started with a two-run Home Run in the first inning. Cody Blackhurst was 2 for 3 with a Home Run and 2 RBIs and Colby Loper went 3 for 3 for the game.

SCLL also logged a strong pitching performance as a group. Luke Hockhalter, Jack Santic, Josh King, Giovanny Evanson, and Cody Blackhurst gave up just 4 hits total in the game.

Creek plays next against Marysville on Sunday.

2016 District 6 Champions!

On to State

9-11 Baseball Bracket

Tuesday, June 28:

Game 3: Salmon Creek 11, Hazel Dell 0

The SCLL 9/10/11 team won 11-0 in 4 innings tonight against Hazel Dell to advance to the State Tournament!

The SCLL defense was strong giving up just two hits. Cody Blackhurst lead the way on the mound pitching all four innings and was backed by some great plays in the field by Giovanny Evanson, Jack Santic, Dominic Wakeland, and Josh Kophs. Colby Loper and Adam Deeney put in strong catching performances as they have all tournament long.

On the offensive side, the SCLL bats remained hot. Jack Santic lead the charge going 3 for 3. Dominic Wakeland, Josh King and Josh Kophs all had multi hit games as well.

Congrats on a great tournament boys and congrats on making it to State!

Sunday, June 26:

Game 2: Salmon Creek 17, Ridgefield 1

The SCLL 9/10/11 team beat Ridgefield 17-1 in 4 innings today at HB Fuller to advance to the Championship game on Tuesday.

The SCLL defense gave up just three hits lead by great games on the mound by Luke Hockhalter and Giovanny Evanson.

The SCLL offense was strong again today generating 17 hits in 4 inning of play. They were lead by Josh Kophs and Jack Santic who each had a double and a triple. Adam Deeney, Dominic Wakeland, and Cody Blackhurst also had muti hit games today.

Saturday, June 25:

Game 1: Salmon Creek 15, Hazel Dell 2

The SCLL 9/10/11 team beat Hazel Dell 15-2 in 4 innings today at HB Fuller.

SCLLs defense was solid through the game led by the pitching efforts of Cody Blackhurst and Josh Kophs. The team gave up just three hits in four innings of play.

SCLLs bats were strong most of the game but they exploded in the top of the fourth scoring 9 of their 15 runs. In that inning Cody Blackhurst hit two home runs!

Dominic Wakeland, Cody Blackhurst, Christian Hascall, Josh King, and Josh Kophs all had multiple hits in the game.

The team plays at 9:00 am Sunday vs Ridgefield.

Cody Blackhurst's second home run of the inning!

Post game

Game Casts:

Watch here for games at the state tournament

Announced at Closing Cermemonies:

10-11 All-Stars

9-10 All-Stars

WA State Baseball 9/10 Tournament

Lyndale Park

Tuesday, July 19:

Game 2: Salmon Creek 3, Evergreen (D4) 14

Sunday, July 17:

Game 1: Richland 16, Salmon Creek 2

2016 District 6 Champions!

On to State

8-10 Baseball Bracket

Friday, July 1:

Game 7: Hazel Dell 6, Salmon Creek 7

Thursday, June 30:

Game 6: Hazel Dell 1, Salmon Creek 7

Wednesday, June 29:

Game 5: Salmon Creek 8, La Center 1

Tuesday, June 28:

Game 4: Salmon Creek 10, Battle Ground 0

Monday, June 27:

Game 3: Highlands 1, Salmon Creek 19

Sunday, June 26:

Game 2: Salmon Creek 3, Hazel Dell 5

Saturday, June 25:

Game 1: Salmon Creek 11, Glenwood 1

Announced at Closing Cermemonies:

9-10 All-Stars

Big League (17-18) All-Stars

WA State Big League Tournament

Sherwood HS

Monday, July 11:

Game 2: Salmon Creek 6, Mill Creek (D1) 8

Sunday, July 10:

Game 1: Salmon Creek 2, Everett (D9) 6

The SCLL Big league team lost their opener at the state tournament tonight, Falling to district 9's all-stars 6-2.

D9 started the game off in the top of the first inning with a single to center field followed by a triple two batters later... Plating the first score of the game. SCLL answered back in the bottom of the first when Derek Nelson led off with a bunt for a base-hit and eventually scored on a sacrifice fly ball by Matt Garrison.

The game remained tied the next two innings until D9 put a couple more hits together to score their 2nd run in the 4th. SCLL answered back in the fourth inning when Cody Moen scored Derek Nelson with a base hit to left field.

D9 was able to finish off SCLL in the 6th and 7th innings by capitalizing on several errors to score 4 more runs on what was otherwise a pretty clean game.

Derek Nelson led off for SCLL and scored both of their runs. Derek, Matthew Garrison, and Cody Moen had the only hits of the game for SCLL (3). We left 9 runners on base and had 6 strikeouts.

SCLL plays District 1 on Monday at 7pm in Shoreline, WA in a loser out game.

SCLL / HDLL Big League

2016 District 6 Champions!

On to State

Softball 9-10-11 All-Stars

WA State Softball 10/11 Tournament

Luke Jensen Sports Park

Monday, July 11:

Game 1: Salmon Creek 0, Mill Creek (D1) 16

Sunday, July 10:

Game 1: Salmon Creek 1, Bonney Lake (D10) 21

2016 District 6 Champions!

On to State

Announced at Closing Cermemonies:

Softball 9-10-11 All-Stars

Softball Juniors All-Stars

WA State Softball Juniors Tournament

Sunday, July 3:

Game 2: Salmon Creek 2, Columbia LL (D4) 6

Saturday, July 2:

Game 1: Salmon Creek 0, District 8 10

2016 District 6 Champions!

On to State

District 6 Softball Juniors Bracket

Saturday, June 25:

Game 2: Salmon Creek 18, Lewis River 5

Game 1: Salmon Creek 11, Lewis River 5

Announced at Closing Cermemonies:

Softball Junior All-Stars

Softball Major All-Stars

Softball Major Bracket

Thursday, June 30:

Game 4: Salmon Creek 4, Glenwood 6

SCLL Majors Softball lost in a thrilling championship game tonight, dropping to Glenwood 6-4 in a wild finish. The Glenwood girls advance to the state tournament next weekend in Spokane.

The game started off with a bang, with SCLL scoring 2 runs in the top of the 1st inning with hits from Kailey Caldwell, Brooke Riley, and Makenna Kulju. Glenwood answered back with 2 runs of their own to match the score after the first inning. Glenwood was able to capitalize on a couple costly errors in the 2nd inning, and took a 4-2 lead in the bottom of the 2nd. SCLL couldn't answer, and gave up 2 more runs in the 4th when Glenwood was able to put 3 hits together.

SCLL found themselves down 6-2 going into the top of the 6th inning... but the girls weren't about to give up. Eliana Larson started the inning off with a base hit to LF, and our next batter walked. 3 base hits later, the score was 6-4 and SCLL had loaded the bases with NO OUTS, and they were threatening to take the game over with another phenomenal comeback. Glenwood made a couple nice plays for 2 outs… and SCLL was down to their last batter with the tying run on 2nd base. Makenna Kulju hit a gap shot near the shortstop which might have been a base hit and scored 2 runs to tie the game, but the runner at 2nd base brushed against the fielder as she was running by her and the umpire called interference… and the game was over! Ugh! It was a tough way to lose a championship game. But those are the rules of the game.

The girls played great and made another valiant comeback that almost worked. The excitement and energy was THICK that last inning. Gracie Harlow pitched another great game, with Kailey Caldwell doing an amazing job behind the plate.

Final Score:
GWLL - 6, SCLL - 4

Pitching Highlights:
Gracie Harlow - 6 IP, 6 runs, 6 hits, 4 K's, 4 BB's.
Glenwood Pitcher - 6 IP, 4 runs, 11 hits, 3 K's, 5 BB's.

Hitting Highlights:
Katy Kutch - 2-3, 1 run scored
Kailey Caldwell - 2-4, 1 run scored
Kylie Lester - 2-3
Brooke Riley - 3-4

Tournament Highlights:
Kailey Caldwell - (7-12), .583 avg, 6 runs scored
Katy Kutch - (5-10), .500 avg, 5 runs scored
Kylie Lester - (5-10), .500 avg, 3 runs scored
Eliana Larson - (4-11), .363 avg, 3 runs scored

Wednesday, June 29:

Game 3: Salmon Creek 1, Glenwood 5

Salmon Creek lost their chance at winning the Majors Softball Division Championship tonight, losing to Glenwood 5-1. It was the first time SCLL was held to less than 13 runs in the tournament. Glenwood's defense and pitching were nearly flawless, allowing only 5 hits to stop our offensive machine.

SCLL jumped out ahead in the top of the first inning - scoring their only run of the game on a pair of hits by Kailey Caldwell and Kylie Lester. Glenwood answered in the bottom of the first with 3 runs of their own on 4 hits and a couple of SCLL errors. Both teams played very clean defense after that inning, and the game stayed 3-1 until the bottom of the fifth when Glenwood put 4 more hits together again to score 2 final runs. SCLL put a couple hits together in the top of the 6th inning, but it wasn't enough to bridge the gap.

This was a very close game that came down to a couple errors and some difficult calls that didn't go our way. Gracie Harlow pitched a fantastic game. Hopefully the girls can wake up the sticks tomorrow and pull out a win!

SCLL and GWLL play the "IF" game Thursday night at Glenwood at 6pm. Winner of that game will be the district champions.

Pitching Statistics:
Gracie Harlow - 6 IP, 5 Runs, 10 hits, 4K, 1BB
GWLL - 1 run, 5 hits, 6K, 3BB

Offensive Leaders:
Kailey Caldwell - 2-3 (2B), 1 run
Kylie Lester - 1- 3
Madison Scull - 1-2, BB
Sophie Bigelow - 1-2

Sunday, June 26:

Game 2: Salmon Creek 17, Battle Ground 7

SCLL Majors Softball beat Battle Ground 17 - 7 today (Sunday), catapulting themselves into the district championship game scheduled for Wednesday night, 6pm!

Gracie Harlow pitched a solid game against a good hitting team. It was a tight game as they entered the 3rd inning tied 2-2. That's when Battle Ground got serious and unloaded for 5 runs on 5 hits, taking a commanding 7-2 lead. Our resilient girls never blinked... and ran off 12 runs of their own in the bottom of the 3rd inning to take control of the game! It was a spectacular inning that pretty much sealed the game for us. Gracie took care of business in the top of the 4th inning, retiring 3 straight batters. We scored 3 more runs in the bottom of the 4th to hit the 10-run mercy rule.

Our only casualty in the game was Paige Aarhus who broke her wrist. Unfortunately, she will not be able to play for the remainder of the all-star season. She will remain with the team as our cheerleader!!!

Pitching Highlights:
Gracie Harlow - 7 runs, 9 hits, 6 K's, 2 BB's.

Offensive Highlights:
Madison Scull - 2-2, 3 runs scored
Eliana Larson - 2-2
Gracie Harlow - 2-3, 2 runs scored
Makenna Kulju - 1-1, 3 runs scored
Katy Kutch - 1-1, 2 runs scored

Saturday, June 25:

Game 1: Salmon Creek 13, Lewis River 12

The SCLL Majors Softball team started their district tournament off with a back and forth nail-biter today, surviving to beat Lewis River 13-12 in extra innings.

SCLL led 5-3 after 3 innings. In the top of the 4th, LR got their bats going and scored 4 runs on 4 hits. SCLL found themselves entering the bottom of the 4th inning down 7-5... but they responded with 6 runs of their own on 3 hits, some untimely LRLL errors, and 5 walks. That put the score at 11-7 SCLL after 4 innings. LRLL scored again in the 5th inning, cutting the lead to 11-8 going into the 6th inning. That's when things got interesting.

Lewis River scored 4 runs on 5 hits in the top of the 6th inning to take the lead 12-11. It was a crazy half-inning. SCLL was crushed... but didn't give up. They came back with 2 hits, and with 2 outs, 2 strikes on the batter, and the tying run at 3rd base, the runner was able to score on a passed ball! That took us into extra innings.

Since Little League softball rules require a pitcher to have a full days rest if they throw more than 6 innings, drama ensued as both teams found themselves abandoning their ACE pitchers and going to their bullpens. Paige Aarhus took the mound for SCLL and promptly struck out the first batter in the top of the 7th. After a stolen base and a base hit, LRLL threatened with a runner at 3rd base with one out. The next batter rocked a laser to third baseman Maddie (Mad Dog) Scull, who snagged the difficult ball and promptly tagged up the runner at 3rd base for a double-play to end the inning! LRLL's relief pitcher struggled in the bottom of the 7th, walking the first 2 batters and hitting the next 2... walking the game winning run in. It was an anticlimactic finish, but a WIN nonetheless.

SCLL plays Battle Ground Sunday 9am. Winner goes to the championship game Wednesday!!!

Pitching Highlights:

Gracie Harlow: 6IP, 10K, 4BB, 15 hits, 12 runs allowed.

Offensive Highlights:

Kailey Caldwell: 2-4, 3 runs scored

Katy Kutch: 2-4, 1 run scored

Kylie Lester: 1-1, 1 run scored

Paige Aarhus: 4BB, 4 runs scored

Announced at Closing Cermemonies:

Softball Major All-Stars

Senior (15-16) All-Starsd

Seniors (15-16) Bracket

Sunday, June 26:

Game 2: Salmon Creek 7, Lewis River 8

Saturday, June 25:

Game 1: Salmon Creek 3, Lewis River 16

Junior (13-14) All-Stars

Juniors (13-14) Bracket

Sunday, June 26:

Game 3: Salmon Creek 8, Lewis River 15

Saturday, June 25:

Game 2: Salmon Creek 2, Lewis River 10

Game 1: Salmon Creek 18, Lewis River 3

Announced at Closing Cermemonies:

Junior All-Stars

Intermediate (13) All-Stars

Intermediate (13) Bracket

Sunday, June 26:

Game 2: Glenwood 14, Salmon Creek 3

Saturday, June 25:

Game 1: Battle Ground 13, Salmon Creek 3

Announced at Closing Cermemonies:

Intermediate All-Stars

2016 SCLL All Stars Rosters

2016 Salmon Creek All-Star teams

Softball 9-10-11 All-Stars

Kate Bain, Tori Dumas, Haley Fraidenburg, Madelyn Harvey, Megan Johnson, Alyssa Mancuso, Abby McGreevey, Logan McGreevey, Rylee Nelson, Natalie Pugh, Kathryn Sloan, Kate Wood, Keira Volk

Manager: Kenny Thomas

Coaches: Phillip Dumas & Ryan Nelson

Softball Major All-Stars

Paige Aarhus, Sofia Bigelow, Kailey Caldwell, Gracie Harlow, Makenna Kulju, Kaitlyn Kutch, Eliana Larson, Kylie Lester, Brooke Riley, Madison Scull

Manager: John Aarhus

Coaches: Riki Lester & Franklin Kessler

Softball Juniors All-Stars

Madelynn Bell, Courtney Broadbent, Merissa Crawford, Alina Fay, Araya Fisher, Vivian Gordon, Savannah Lavender, Keelan Memory, Samantha Metcalf, Allyson Reid, Elizabeth Reid, Mekina Tapio, Alivia Wakeland, Kaitlynn Wieland

Manager: Dan Fisher

Coaches: Judd Lavender & Dyanne Reid

9-10 All-Stars

Saul Aguilar-Pelayo, Caleb Anderson, Luke Anzelloti, Brendan Bowyer, Blake Jackson, Noah Larson, Owen Morey, Gavin Poffenroth, Braeden Reese, Micah Robison, Caden Spanier, Kellen Wiggins, Owen Williams

Manager: Chris Jackson

Coaches: Dave Anzelloti & Ryan Reese

10-11 All-Stars

Cody Blackhurst, Sam Cates, Adam Deeney, Brayden Disbrow, Giovanny Evanson, Kaiden Garrison, Christian Hascall, Luke Hockhalter, Joshua King, Joshua Kophs, Colby Loper, Isaac Pisarczyk, Jack Santic, Dominic Wakeland

Manager: Todd Pisarczyk

Coaches: Michael Wakeland & Rod Santic

11-12 All-Stars

Tanner Beaman, Cyi Buckmeir, Alden Fay, Owen Filburn, Braeden Getch, Nate Giusti, Parker Harris, Tim Jeffs, John Koprek, Anthony Mancuso, Max Mitchell, Noah Shepherd, Caden Vire

Manager: Marc Mancuso

Coaches: Scott Harris & Gary Giusti

Intermediate All-Stars

Mason Adams, Riley Caton, Brycen Doman, Jakob Gedlich, Christopher Gissell, Spencer Kelly, Ethan Knight, Braeden McGreevey, Michael Montgomery, Aiden Pisarczyk, Tristan Poling, Calvin Pugh, Brett Runyon

Manager: Kris McGreevey

Coaches: Chris Gissell & Brian Knight

Junior All-Stars

Bernardo Aguilar-Pelayo, Adam Barnwell, Ryan Brosig, Nguyen Do Jr., Henry Liles, Camryn Jennings, Skylar Kelsey, Christian Martin, Hector Martinez Ortega, Brandon Mukensnabl, Keagan O'Leary, Caden Peru, Justin Vernon

Manager: Steve Mukensnabl

Coaches: Jody Brittell & John Martin

Senior All-Stars

Jaden Beitey, Cade Filburn, Jackson Gedlich, Nick Giusti, Luke Kizer, Tanner Krohling, JJ Kulju, Spencer Pugh, Torrey Smith, John Traffalis, Brayden Waits

Manager: John Gedlich

Coaches: Jason Kulju & Doran Olin

Big League All-Stars

Hunter Aarhus, Colton Dalia, KC Fox, Matthew Garrison, Michael Garrison, Parker Gear, Jaden Harkey, Kevin Kruse, Cody Moen, Austin Mortensen, Derek Nelson, Jackson Sayler

Manager: Kenny Garrison

Coaches: Brandon Fox & John Aarhus

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