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Selah RB Jake Weber Wants To Earn Role at EOU
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2019 Selah (Wash.) running back Jake Weber was incredibly patient in the recruiting process, and it paid off with a perfect landing spot in Eastern Oregon University.
He had a multitude of college offers he was considering, including schools like Pacific Lutheran Universit…
Ellensburg Baseball Seeking Third Straight State Title
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Key players
Jadon Bugni C - Bugni is one of the top overall baseball recruits in the state. Last year he hit .431 with six home runs, en route to 2A Player Of The Year honors. Bugni had multiple Division I schools reach out to him, and he chose Washington State thi…
West Valley Baseball Is A Big Nine Contender
Key Players
Jackson Van De Brake SS - Jackson comes from a long lineage of quality Van De Brake baseball players. The returning First Team All Leaguer has a compact swing that generated a .338 average last season. Defensively he’s as good as they come at shortstop...
Kittitas Baseball Preparing For Loaded EWAC
Key Players
Justin Hudson SS/P - Hudson returns as one of the top players in the EWAC this season. Last year he had an incredible season with a .418 average and 30 runs scored. He’s also going to be one of the Coyotes top pitchers.
Dawson Byers 3B/P - He’s a returning …
Eisenhower Baseball On A Mission To Earn Respect
The biggest thing the Cadets need to work on this year is playing mistake-free baseball. Errors and wasted starts killed this group down the stretch last season. While there is a good level of talent on this years ballclub, there isn’t enough to just coast by.
Zillah Baseball Eager To Make A Name For Themselves
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Three Key Players
Kaden Magana 2B/P - Magana is an excellent leadoff hitter who almost never finds himself in a slump. He had a special season last year hitting .364, and striking out just one time. Defensively he’s highly versatile, but will find himself…
Earl Lee’s Unlikely Road To Big Nine MVP
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2020 Yakima (Wash.) Davis Guard Earl Lee picked up one of the biggest honors in the state this season, the Big Nine Conference MVP award.
The 6-foot-1 junior sensation had by far the best year in the league, and it wasn’t very close...

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