Community Colleges of Spokane had five baseball players named to the Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges first and second teams on Monday.
Sasquatch second baseman Brian Winston and outfielders Scott Santschi and Brent Mertens earned first-team honors, while pitcher Luke Farden and catcher Shawn Gizynski were selected for the second team.
All five players were first-team selections for the Eastern Region all-star team.
Winston led the Sasquatch with a .401 batting average. He set the single-season team record with 71 hits.
Santschi hit .391 with 13 doubles and 37 runs batted in.
Mertens led the team in runs scored (39) and RBIs (39). He batted .365 with six triples.
Farden posted a 9-1 record with 68 strikeouts and three complete games.
Gizynski hit .301 with 31 RBIs and 12 doubles.
Seattle quarterback Seneca Wallace will be the featured instructor at the Seahawks/Gatorade Junior Training Camp from 4 p.m.-7 p.m. on Monday, June 20, at West Valley High School.
The camp, for children ages 8-15, is free. Seahawks mascot Blitz also will be on hand.
Visit www.seahawks.com for more information.
Eagles at home
The Kootenai County Eagles semi-pro football team will play its next two games at Person Field on 15th Street in Coeur d’Alene.
Kickoff for games this Saturday and June 18 is 5 p.m.
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