The Northlake Little League combined softball age 9, 10 and 11 all-stars won the District 8 title on July 9 with a 14-0 victory over Northeast/Queen Anne. The team is: Bottom row, left to right: Jillian Starosky, Julia Radvick, Eliana Suarez, Phoebe Satterlee and Isabella Bicksler. Middle row, left to right: Evangelina Chavez, Keala Painter, Ava Charlton, Cheyenne Christman, Taylor Clear, Brooke Stull, Lindsey Caudle, Reese Pointek and Madison Porter. Back row, left to right: coach Keith Clear, manager Cody Painter and coach Richard Christman. Not pictured, coaches Mike Starosky and Barclay Bicksler. Photo courtesy of Kevin Stull

The Northlake Little League combined softball age 9, 10 and 11 all-stars won the District 8 title on July 9 with a 14-0 victory over Northeast/Queen Anne. The team is: Bottom row, left to right: Jillian Starosky, Julia Radvick, Eliana Suarez, Phoebe Satterlee and Isabella Bicksler. Middle row, left to right: Evangelina Chavez, Keala Painter, Ava Charlton, Cheyenne Christman, Taylor Clear, Brooke Stull, Lindsey Caudle, Reese Pointek and Madison Porter. Back row, left to right: coach Keith Clear, manager Cody Painter and coach Richard Christman. Not pictured, coaches Mike Starosky and Barclay Bicksler. Photo courtesy of Kevin Stull

Northlake softball squad wins district crown

  • Wednesday, July 11, 2018 2:26pm
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Northlake Little League’s softball all-stars came up big with their bats, gloves and arms to win the District 8 title on July 9.

The combined age 9, 10 and 11 all-stars defeated Northeast/Queen Anne, 14-0, at Shorewood High and will start the state tournament on July 14. The locals will take on District 6 squad North Clark Little League at 1 p.m. at Shorewood High. The tourney will run through July 19-20.

In the district final, Cheyenne Christman pitched a complete-game two-hitter, Taylor Clear nailed an inside-the-park grand slam in the bottom of the first, Brooke Stull led the team with a 2-for-2 performance and Keala Painter had a team-leading five putouts.

Northlake is comprised of girls from Northlake Little League (10), North Bothell Little League (two) and Northshore Little League (two).

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