SPORTS PHOTO: Olympic Crosscutters heading to American Legion A State Tournament

SEQUIM — The Olympic Crosscutters baseball team finished second at their district tournament last weekend in Blaine and will participate in the Washington State American Legion A State Tournament beginning Saturday. The Crosscutters will face Mount Spokane at 3 p.m. at Lower Woodland Park in Seattle.

Team members and coaches are, back row from left, Coach Mike McCracken, Zach McCracken, coach Rob Elofson, Silas Thomas, Logan Powers, Joey Hildabrandt, Hayden Eaton, Brandon Barnett, Logan Olson, Coach John Qualls and bottom row, Gabe O’Connor, Trenton Indelicato, Colton Reed, Connor Bear and Dalton Kilmer.

Not pictured: ESPN Judd.

The Olympic Crosscutters finished second at their district tournament last weekend in Blaine and will participate in the Washington State American Legion A State Tournament beginning Saturday. The Crosscutters will face Mount Spokane at 3 p.m. at Lower Woodland Park in Seattle. Team members and coaches are, back row from left, Coach Mike McCracken, Zach McCracken, coach Rob Elofson, Silas Thomas, Logan Powers, Joey Hildabrandt, Hayden Eaton, Brandon Barnett, Logan Olson, Coach John Qualls and bottom row, Gabe O’Connor, Trenton Indelicato, Colton Reed, Connor Bear and Dalton Kilmer. Not pictured: ESPN Judd.

The Olympic Crosscutters finished second at their district tournament last weekend in Blaine and will participate in the Washington State American Legion A State Tournament beginning Saturday. The Crosscutters will face Mount Spokane at 3 p.m. at Lower Woodland Park in Seattle. Team members and coaches are, back row from left, Coach Mike McCracken, Zach McCracken, coach Rob Elofson, Silas Thomas, Logan Powers, Joey Hildabrandt, Hayden Eaton, Brandon Barnett, Logan Olson, Coach John Qualls and bottom row, Gabe O’Connor, Trenton Indelicato, Colton Reed, Connor Bear and Dalton Kilmer. Not pictured: ESPN Judd.

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