In the Kirkland City Championship baseball games on June 7 at Everest Park, the Kirkland National Little League (KNLL) Cardinals (left) beat the Kirkland American Little League (KALL) A’s, 6-2, in the Majors title game; and the KALL Rangers (right) beat the KNLL Mariners, 12-1, in the Coast/AAA title matchup. Courtesy photos

Cardinals, Rangers win baseball titles

  • Wednesday, June 14, 2017 10:24am
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In the Kirkland City Championship baseball games on June 7 at Everest Park, the Kirkland National Little League (KNLL) Cardinals beat the Kirkland American Little League (KALL) A’s, 6-2, in the Majors title game; and the KALL Rangers beat the KNLL Mariners, 12-1, in the Coast/AAA title matchup.

Cardinals (left): From left to right, coach Brian Freinik, Adam Freinik, Brody Bredice, Kai Tuomisto, manager Todd Williams, Neveah Baker, Luke Williams, Adrian Almond, Liam Freinik, coach Ryan Rutter, Patrick Klinkenberg, Crew Devine, Carson Stockwell, Ryan Rutter, Henry Thomsen and coach Erik Thomsen.

Rangers (right): In alphabetical order by first name: Boden Reeve, Brady O’Cain, Brandon Goodfried, Carter Pawelke, Evan Luekens, Jack Warner, Jaxson Wolfe, Jeremy Mann, Logan Walzak, Michael Gapper and Rohan Balakrishnan. Manager Mike Reeve and coaches David Pawelke and Mike Goodfried. Missing from photo: Connor Davis.

Courtesy photos

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