All photos courtesy of Federal Way National Little League

All photos courtesy of Federal Way National Little League

3 Federal Way National Little League teams head to state championship tournaments

District 10 will be represented by All Star baseball, All Star softball, and Majors/Little League baseball.

For the first time in several years, Federal Way National Little League is sending multiple All Star teams to the State Championship tournaments. Three teams will be representing District 10 in the state All Star tournaments.

Federal Way National Juniors Baseball team came up one game short to making it to state.

The Juniors All Star team consisted of the regular season Juniors baseball team with a record of 12-5. The boys battled hard and played tough with a smaller roster than most teams.

Juniors Baseball All Stars

Leighton Bizette

Dayton Lopez

Landin Hosterman

Charles Bagley

Noah Hillquist

Taiki Naylor

Jacob Foster

Leo Rambayon

Calvin Noel

Taylor Kwan

Manager Shaun Hosterman

All Star Softball, ages 9-11

Sophia Payne

Samantha Hackney

Evelyn Koontz

Audrey Deviney

Sosephina Sailai-Kiliona

Sarah Morris

Maya Bedell

Luci Pech

Kate Erickson

Jessica Knight

Jaelyn Barnum

Manager Gary Haven

Washington State Little League 9, 10, 11-year softball tournament begins July 13 in Redmond, Washington. Federal Way National will be representing District 10.

All Star Baseball, ages 8-10

Adrian Rodriguez

Alexander Dutenhoffer

Anthony Solorio

Brayden Hempen

Cameron Noel

CJ Gatterson

Ethan Flavel

Ethan Morris

Joshua Morales

Robert Long

Traysen Guymon

Tyler Buol

Manager Derek Flavel

8, 9, 10-year baseball sits at 2-1 in the double elimination state tournament hosted by Gig Harbor Little League. The game was postponed due to weather to July 11, with results unavailable at press time.

Majors/Little League Baseball

Hunter Buol

Titus Gillihan

Eric Havili

Jeremiah Henning

Thoma Holden

Spencer Holloway

Ethan Lankford

Jordan Lee

Jacob Pech

Broq Powlus

Jeht Sibucao

Sophie Walker

Orlando Young

Manager Harvey Markey

Federal Way National will represent District 10 at the Washington State Little League tournament in Richland, Washington. Federal Way will play their first game July 20 at 11 a.m.

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