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Prep notebook: Davenport’s Sydney Zeiler signs letter of intent; all-state baseball feeder games in Spokane

UPDATED: Wed., May 22, 2019

Sydney Zeiler of Davenport signed a National Letter of Intent to play basketball at Eastern Oregon University earlier this week.

Zeiler is a three-sport athlete in volleyball, basketball and softball. She has earned 13 varsity letters and has been selected on nine all-league teams. She was a starter on Davenport’s 2017 State 2B championship basketball team, the 2018 state runner-up, and 2019 fourth-place team.

She will graduate with a 4.0 grade-point average and plans to major in biology with a minor in Spanish. She also hopes to go to medical school.

Baseball all-state feeder game

The top senior baseball players from Eastern Washington will participate in the all-state feeder all-star games at 4 and 7 p.m. on May 30 at A.K. Jackson Field at Shadle Park High School.

There are nine feeder games across the state to nominate the best baseball players from the senior class for the all-state games on June 8-9 in Yakima.

The Eastern Washington games feature 40 players from all classifications in the area. The two games pit the best from 4A and 3A against the top players from 2A, 1A, 2B and 1B.

At the completion of the tournament, 10 players will be nominated to the all-state games based upon their season statistics and their performance in the feeder games, with the top three automatically qualifying for the all-state games.

Spokane has hosted all-state baseball feeder games for 41 years.

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