Issaquah Indians place fourth in Hawaii World Series

July 30, 2013

Members of the Issaquah Indians 18U baseball team capped their playing careers in grand fashion, jetting to Oahu to compete in the 2013 Hawaii World Series July 16-21.

The team, comprised of Issaquah and Skyline high school students, finished the tournament with a 3-4 record, good enough to capture fourth place among the eight teams in the competition.

Contributed Issaquah Indians pitcher Jackson Meyer hurls a pitch from the mound in the 2013 Hawaii World Series.

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Issaquah Indians pitcher Jackson Meyer hurls a pitch from the mound in the 2013 Hawaii World Series.

“It was great to finish the season playing our best baseball,” coach Glenn Meyer said. “Our defense finally showed up as we had our entire team together for really the first time all year.”

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Indians heading to Hawaii tournament

July 2, 2013

The Issaquah Indians 18U baseball team accepted an invitation to compete in the 2013 Hawaii World Series.

The team, comprised of Issaquah and Skyline high school students, will travel to the island of Oahu to compete in the July 16-21 tournament.

It is the last hurrah for the group, many of whom have played together since T-ball with Issaquah Little League.

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