Left: The Port Angeles 12-year-old team that took first place in its division in the Dick Brown Memorial Tournament held this weekend at Lincoln Park. From left, back row, are Manager Carey Pavlak, assistant coach Sam Brenkman. From left, second row are assistant coach Eric Waterkotte, Diego Waterkotte, Felix Gonzales, Jaxson Boyd, Parker Pavlak, Kade Acker, Levi Bourm, Lalo Dominquez and assistant coach Jake Debray. From left, front, are Ben Clemens, Justice Wells, Zach Debray, Ethan Barbre and Jaret Thrall. Not pictured is Abe Brenkman, who left the game due to injury. Right: The Port Angeles 11-year-old team that took first place in its division in the Dick Brown Memorial Tournament held this weekend at Lincoln Park. From left, rear, are coach Tyler Wickersham, coach Jared Johnstad, Noah Johnstad, Logan Botero, Brett Monson, Easton Prchal, Peyton Strohauer, Grant Anderson, Landon Eastman, coach Chase Botero and coach Matt Prchal. From left, bottom, are Hudson Naman, Asher Irvine, Brayden Scott, Wyatt Bruch, Cannon Free and Boe Horejsi. (Courtesy photos)

Left: The Port Angeles 12-year-old team that took first place in its division in the Dick Brown Memorial Tournament held this weekend at Lincoln Park. From left, back row, are Manager Carey Pavlak, assistant coach Sam Brenkman. From left, second row are assistant coach Eric Waterkotte, Diego Waterkotte, Felix Gonzales, Jaxson Boyd, Parker Pavlak, Kade Acker, Levi Bourm, Lalo Dominquez and assistant coach Jake Debray. From left, front, are Ben Clemens, Justice Wells, Zach Debray, Ethan Barbre and Jaret Thrall. Not pictured is Abe Brenkman, who left the game due to injury. Right: The Port Angeles 11-year-old team that took first place in its division in the Dick Brown Memorial Tournament held this weekend at Lincoln Park. From left, rear, are coach Tyler Wickersham, coach Jared Johnstad, Noah Johnstad, Logan Botero, Brett Monson, Easton Prchal, Peyton Strohauer, Grant Anderson, Landon Eastman, coach Chase Botero and coach Matt Prchal. From left, bottom, are Hudson Naman, Asher Irvine, Brayden Scott, Wyatt Bruch, Cannon Free and Boe Horejsi. (Courtesy photos)

YOUTH BASEBALL: Port Angeles teams shine at Dick Brown tournament

PORT ANGELES — The 11- and 12-year-old divisions were both won by Port Angeles teams in the 24th annual Dick Brown Memorial baseball tournament held at Lincoln Park this past week.

Port Angeles 12 took the title with an 11-1 win over the Kitsap Osprey in the championship game Sunday. The Kingston Kings took third place.

Port Angeles 11 beat the Seattle Wave 15-3 in its championship game Sunday. The Port Angeles 10s took third place.

There were seven teams in the 11-year-old division and six in the 12-year-old division.

The event was sponsored by First Federal and Cal Ripken Baseball. Tournament Director Steve Burkhardt thanked co-director George Drake and Traci Dooley and Scott Schwagler for helping to organize the tournament for more than 20 years.

Van Johnson of the Sequim Adagio Scramming’ Beans 12-year-old team opens the 24th annual Dick Brown Memorial Baseball Tournament on Saturday against Port Angeles at Lincoln Park. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

Van Johnson of the Sequim Adagio Scramming’ Beans 12-year-old team opens the 24th annual Dick Brown Memorial Baseball Tournament on Saturday against Port Angeles at Lincoln Park. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

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