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The Orioles outlasted the Cubs in 11 innings to win the Coast Division title.  - Contributed photo
The Orioles outlasted the Cubs in 11 innings to win the Coast Division title.
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MILL’s Orioles outlast Cubs in 11 innings to win Coast Division

In one of the longest title games in Mercer Island Little League history, the Orioles won its Coast Division title in an 11-inning, 3-hour championship game, beating the Cubs 9-7, Wednesday, May 21. The Orioles team members include Governor Aufranc, Sam Keegan, Luca Console, Spencer Smith, Thien Anh Bull, Mason Bull, Joey Duffie, Cody Steele, Hannah Dickinson, Ethan Evans, Erik Larson, Luke Reid and Scott Pirak. The Orioles are coached by manager Tim Keegan and coach Shawn Evans.

A’s win MILL Majors Baseball Championships

In the Mercer Island Little League Majors Baseball Championships, the A’s topped the Marlins 5-1 Wednesday, May 21 to win the Majors title. The A’s team members are Nathaniel Munroe, Chris Fuchs, Nate Wenzel, Ethan Boyle, Luke Wenzel, Evan Dickstein, Jaden Krauser, Jack Benjamin, Marco Faine, Andrew Kaelin, Emerson Fruehling and Carter Burr. The A’s are coached by Marcus Vizzutti, Eric Stevens, Quinn Christofferson and Drew Christofferson.

IMS 6th grader named to state U-12 team

Islander Middle School sixth-grader Amy Braman was one of 11 players named to the 2014 Washington Youth Soccer Golazo Best XI Under-12 girls team. The Golazo Best XI is compromised of the top 11 performers from each age group of teams participating in the Virginia Mason US Youth Soccer Washington State Championships semifinals and finals, which took place May 3-4 at Starfire Sports Complex in Tukwila. Braman’s Eastside FC 01 Red A team lost in the semifinals of the state championships to eventual U-12 champion WPFC G01 Black (A), 1-0.

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