Category Archives: On the Diamond

Diamond cuts on a Thursday

Good Thursday morning. It was another edition of Wednesday Night Softball last night up at Phil Johnson Fields in Everett as local teams with Valley high school athletes competed in friendly doubleheaders. Scores and highlights from Gamechanger and the Gamechanger … Continue reading

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Duvall’s Banks doubles, but not enough in the end for his college baseball team as they’re shut out in fall league action

Good Wednesday morning. Time to hit the diamond this morning for some fall college baseball. The Bellevue University squad, from Bellevue, NE, traveled a short distance over to Fremont to play Midland University for the second time this fall. Despite … Continue reading

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The weekend wrap…..

Good Monday morning. Time for a weekend wrap and we hit the softball diamond for you for this action from the youth select circuit yesterday featuring players from Mount Si and Cedarcrest HS’s along with some additional players from around … Continue reading

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It’s raining cats and dogs outside this Sunday….but we have a round of diamond cuts for you!!!!

Good Sunday morning. A lot to get to this morning. We have a full rundown of action from the diamond, primarily softball, this morning, as a number of players, including a couple from Mount Si and Cedarcrest High Schools directly … Continue reading

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Duvall youth baseball team defeats Redmond rival

Good Friday morning. Light morning this morning. We have one item from baseball though, and it was a good night for the Duvall-based Puget Sound Powerhouse 13U select team, as the kids from the lower Valley took full advantage of … Continue reading

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