Trail Little League teams in action in Chewelah

Trail Major and Minor All-Star teams compete at Chataqua Days baseball tournament

Trail Little League’s Major and Minor All Stars competed in the Chataqua Days Baseball Tournament in Chewelah, Wash. over the weekend. Both the Major and Minor teams are preparing for the BC Little League championships at the end of the month. See this week’s Trail Times for results. Jim Bailey photos.

JIM BAILEY

Trail Times

Trail Major and Minor All-Star teams compete at Chataqua Days baseball tournament

 

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