The boys 50/70 All–Star team from Pacwest Little League are “the first-ever team from Pacwest and District 7 to win state,” according to BTB Reader Trena Perkins. “This qualifies... [Read more]
Robert Stonesifer reminds us that the District 7 Little League All-Star Tournament got underway this past weekend, with a game set for tonight (Wednesday, July 3) at 6 p.m. This is a baseball tournament... [Read more]
West Seattle Pony Baseball – formerly West Seattle Peewee and South West Pony – have begun registration for Spring Baseball. “Join over 400 players ages 4 – 16 playing ‘real baseball,’”... [Read more]
Pacwest Little League Baseball and Softball Spring Registration is coming, and local signups begin Jan. 26 and run through Feb. 9. Teams are available for children ages 4-18. What to bring: Please bring... [Read more]
The South Highline National Little League is getting ready for the 2013 season, with online signups beginning Dec. 1, 2012. Walk in registration will be held Jan. 17, 2013 at Auntie Irene’s in Des Moines,... [Read more]
Well-known local youth baseball coach Ian Holding, 34, passed away on White Center’s Denny Field suddenly last Thursday (June 1), surrounded by family, friends and baseball players. A memorial will... [Read more]
Burien’s Pacwest Little League will be holding a Carnival from Noon – 4 p.m. on Sunday, May 20, at 14649 16th Ave South. Food and beverages will be available to purchase. Carnival games will be... [Read more]
Mariners legend Edgar Martinez signs autographs at the Burien Liquor Store Thursday afternoon. Photo by Mark Neuman. Shea proudly shows off his autographed bottle of Edgar's new liquor, El Zacatecano.... [Read more]
The Highline Blue Sox Colt Baseball team recently advanced to the West Zone Colt Baseball Tournament in California by winning all their games in the NW Regionals held in Kirkland recently. Their first... [Read more]
by Janet Grella While living in Chicago in theÂ 80s, I was lucky enough toÂ witness the Cubs win two Pennants and see a rained-out All-Star Game and the famous firstÂ night game at Wrigley Field,... [Read more]
â€œTake me out to the ball game, Take me out with the crowd. Buy me some peanuts and cracker jacks, I don’t care if I never get back.â€ Escape to the ballpark and get primed for the boys... [Read more]
The Port of Seattle announced this week that it will be offering a 50% parking discount for Mariners fans who want to park and take Link Light Rail to Safeco Field during the team’s initial homestand,... [Read more]
Our news partners at The Seattle Times published a great story Saturday by Mason Kelly about a hot local baseball star from Highline High School named Ryan Brett. Aside from already having a big-league... [Read more]
Back in January we first reported that Rep. Dave Upthegrove (D – Des Moines) had introduced a bill to save Highline-area Little League baseball fields, and on Monday (March 22), the bill became law. Governor... [Read more]
Rep. Dave Upthegrove (D â€“ Des Moines) filed a bill this week that would allow the Port of Seattle to continue to lease land to the Highline-area Little League organization at a steeply discounted... [Read more]
One way you can tell that spring is on its way is when you start seeing signs for Little League baseball registration (oh, and these 50+ degree days sure help as well) â€“ PACWEST Little League registration... [Read more]
by Josh Hart
The Boy’s 3A Seamount baseball season is over and it turned out to be an interesting year.
Both Mt. Rainier and Highline High School did very well, along with Kennedy.
Tyee and Evergreen didn’t do so great though and so Highline School District evened out pretty well.
Mt. Rainer High School finished at the top of the standings at 10-1 in conference and a combined win loss record of 11-3.
Kennedy finished second with 13 wins and four losses in league play and a combined record of 14-6.
The Highline Pirates finished third with a 12-4 league play record and went 14-4 in combined play.
Highline School District’s baseball teams are some of the top in the state and many of the players will likely play college ball.
[EDITOR'S NOTE: Josh Hart is the B-Town Blog's first Intern! He's a 15-year old student at Highline's â€œBig Picture High Schoolâ€ in SeaTac who loves to write and play soccer.
You can read more of his writing here...]
Did you know that there’s a world-class baseball training facility in Burien called “Rips Baseball Training Complex“?
There is, and they’re having a special poker tournament fundraiser this Saturday, April 18th starting at 6pm, and here are the details:
WHAT: Texas Hold’em Tournament and 14U Gold Brewers Baseball Fundraiser (ONLY WILL HAVE 100 PLAYERS)
WHEN: Saturday, April 18th, 6pm: Dinner & Registration; 7pm: First Cards Dealt Promptly…don’t be late…
As we reported late last week, yesterday was the day that the White Center Park was be re-dedicated as Steve Cox Memorial Park, in memory of the late Deputy Steve Cox, a true community leader who inspired... [Read more]
This Saturday, April 5th, White Center Park will be re-dedicated as Steve Cox Memorial Park, in memory of the late Deputy Steve Cox, a true community leader who inspired many with his dedication and hard... [Read more]
From seattle-tacoma craigslist > seattle > collectibles: *** REGGIE JACKSON SIGNED BASEBALL *** $50.00 Mr. Jackson visited our company (Zones, Inc / Zones.com) in 1991 to give... [Read more]
You can almost smell the first blooms of Spring. Or is that simply the smell of wet gloves? Regardless, it’s always a good sign when Burien Parks releases schedules for upcoming Youth Sports Leagues! Read More →