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Redmond District 9 Bigs All-Stars snag state title

Redmond District 9 Bigs All-Stars recently defeated Burien District 7 — 9-1 — to win state behind the complete-game pitching of Brenden Narloch. The pitching staff, including Chandler Homer, Jack Baugher, Kolter Raudebaugh and Narloch, allowed only two earned runs during the state tournament. At regionals in Bremerton, the locals lost to teams from Northern California, Oregon and Arizona. Standing left to right: Coach Don Gonzales, coach Scott Van De Vanter, George Hebard, Ian Kenney, Mitchell Eidem, Daniel Gonzales, Chandler Homer, Jack Baugher, Kolter Raudebaugh, Brenden Narloch, Morgan Curry, Riley Robinson and manager Don Kenney. Kneeling left to right: Jay Reierson  and Alex Shaw.  - Courtesy of Marc La Pierre
Redmond District 9 Bigs All-Stars recently defeated Burien District 7 — 9-1 — to win state behind the complete-game pitching of Brenden Narloch. The pitching staff, including Chandler Homer, Jack Baugher, Kolter Raudebaugh and Narloch, allowed only two earned runs during the state tournament. At regionals in Bremerton, the locals lost to teams from Northern California, Oregon and Arizona. Standing left to right: Coach Don Gonzales, coach Scott Van De Vanter, George Hebard, Ian Kenney, Mitchell Eidem, Daniel Gonzales, Chandler Homer, Jack Baugher, Kolter Raudebaugh, Brenden Narloch, Morgan Curry, Riley Robinson and manager Don Kenney. Kneeling left to right: Jay Reierson and Alex Shaw.
— image credit: Courtesy of Marc La Pierre

Redmond District 9 Bigs All-Stars recently defeated Burien District 7 — 9-1 — to win state behind the complete-game pitching of Brenden Narloch. The pitching staff, including Chandler Homer, Jack Baugher, Kolter Raudebaugh and Narloch, allowed only two earned runs during the state tournament. At regionals in Bremerton, the locals lost to teams from Northern California, Oregon and Arizona.Standing left to right: Coach Don Gonzales, coach Scott Van De Vanter, George Hebard, Ian Kenney, Mitchell Eidem, Daniel Gonzales, Chandler Homer, Jack Baugher, Kolter Raudebaugh, Brenden Narloch, Morgan Curry, Riley Robinson and manager Don Kenney. Kneeling left to right: Jay Reierson  and Alex Shaw.

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