Gastineau Channel Little League All-Star Teams Announced

    Youth players in the Gastineau Channel Little League play early this season. The GCLL will be hosting District and State tournaments in the coming weeks. (Klas Stolpe / KINY)

    Juneau, Alaska (KINY) - The Gastineau Channel Little League announced their All-Stars for upcoming district and state tournaments. The GCLL will host the District Tournaments for Minors and Majors baseball, and the State Tournament for Majors softball.

      The GCLL Minors Baseball All-Stars are divided into two teams.

      Team Black is managed by Rich Hayes and coached by Nick Polasky and Zach Kohan.

      Team Black includes Gavin Kohan, Micah Polasky, Eli Hayes, Jamison Randolph, Bridger Lockhart, Zev LeVine, Zack Ritter, Matthew Shockley, Adler Janes, Carter Day and Landry Kissner.

      Team Red is managed by Matt McGuan and coached byTom Pegues and Mike Lim.

      Team Red includes Marquis Lim, Jack Pegues, Gabe McGuan, Crosby Landvik, Andrew Erickson, Myles Pasion, Mason Catrett, Hunter Ridle, Paxton Willoughby, Hendrik Van Kirk and Mack Host.

      The District Tournament play for Minors Baseball Special Games will be on Miller Field number one, July 14-20. Ketchikan will be sending a team to compete. There is no state tournament for the special games teams.

      The GCLL Majors Softball All-Stars are managed by Phil Wheeler and coached by Marcos Morehouse and Courtney Oliva.

      The team includes Bella Connally, Cassie Chenoweth, Lily Hayes, Riley Morehouse, Rylie Mulkey, Gwen Nizich, Ryann Oliva, Skylar Oliva, Keira Payne, Alexa Scarano, Brynn Wheeler, Peyton Wheeler, and Taylor Williams.

      State tournament play for Majors softball is at Melvin Park Field number two, July 17-21. One team will be coming from Anchorage District I to play Juneau.

      The GCLL Majors Baseball All-Stars are managed by Jacob Dutton and coached by Jaysen Katasse and Jason McAdoo.

      The team includes Keaton Belcourt, Hunter Carte, Brenner Harralston, Parker Katasse, Isaac Kirsch, Noah Lewis, KB Lim, Henry Maier, Drew Cadigan-McAdoo, Micah Nelson, Ryker Nelson, Vinny Nizich, and Andrew Sanders.

      District Tournament play for Majors baseball is on Miller Field number one, July 22-28. Ketchikan and Sitka will be attending to compete. The winner advances to the state tournament at Anchorage, July 31 - August 5.

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