Issaquah Little League hosted its annual championship day to mark the culmination of the spring season on June 9 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Dodd Field in Issaquah. Four championship games took place in four different divisions consisting of AAA (baseball), Coast (baseball), Majors (baseball) and Coast (softball).
                                Teams winning titles included the Yankees (AAA baseball), the Mariners (Coast baseball), the Cardinals (Majors baseball) and the Huskies (Coast softball). Members of the Mariners championship winning team (pictured) celebrate after winning a title in the Coast division. Photo courtesy of Carmon Thumlert

Issaquah Little League hosted its annual championship day to mark the culmination of the spring season on June 9 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Dodd Field in Issaquah. Four championship games took place in four different divisions consisting of AAA (baseball), Coast (baseball), Majors (baseball) and Coast (softball). Teams winning titles included the Yankees (AAA baseball), the Mariners (Coast baseball), the Cardinals (Majors baseball) and the Huskies (Coast softball). Members of the Mariners championship winning team (pictured) celebrate after winning a title in the Coast division. Photo courtesy of Carmon Thumlert

Championship day on the diamond celebrates local all-stars

Issaquah Little League hosts season-ending celebration.

  • Wednesday, June 13, 2018 7:41am
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Issaquah Little League hosted its annual championship day to mark the culmination of the spring season on June 9 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Dodd Field in Issaquah.

Four championship games took place in four different divisions consisting of AAA (baseball), Coast (baseball), Majors (baseball) and Coast (softball).

Teams winning titles included the Yankees (AAA baseball), the Mariners (Coast baseball), the Cardinals (Majors baseball) and the Huskies (Coast softball). Members of the Mariners championship winning team (pictured) celebrate after winning a title in the Coast division. Photo courtesy of Carmon Thumlert

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