The Elks Majors 50/70 team celebrates its Port Angeles city championship this weekend as part of a North Olympic Baseball and Softball tournament weekend. Five teams total were crowned champions. From left, back row, are coach Jared Johnstad, Kade Johnstad, Felix Hammar, Kyler Williams, Jay Lieberman, Makai McAfee, coach Rob Merritt, Cooper Merritt, Julian Dominguez, Austin Penic and manager Brian Shimko. (Courtesy of Brian Shimko)

The Elks Majors 50/70 team celebrates its Port Angeles city championship this weekend as part of a North Olympic Baseball and Softball tournament weekend. Five teams total were crowned champions. From left, back row, are coach Jared Johnstad, Kade Johnstad, Felix Hammar, Kyler Williams, Jay Lieberman, Makai McAfee, coach Rob Merritt, Cooper Merritt, Julian Dominguez, Austin Penic and manager Brian Shimko. (Courtesy of Brian Shimko)

NORTH OLYMPIC BASEBALL AND SOFTBALL: A weekend of champions for NOBAS

North Olympic Baseball and Softball crowned champions in five different divisions this weekend in the Port Angeles city championship tournament.

The NOBAS Wilder AAA baseball team won its league championship, beating Frame and I 13-9 in the title game. From left, standing are Leo Pressly, Jace Baker, coaches Heidi Hansen, Jordan Rhoads and Adam Plute. From left, kneeling are Bradley Davidson, Paden Chapman, Elliott Monaghan, Axel Plute and Jaidyn Eastman. From left, lying on ground, are Beau Butler and Luke Hansen. Not in the photo are team members Jackson Kinney, Benjamin Lovell and Nick Lovell. (Courtesy of NOBAS)

The NOBAS Wilder AAA baseball team won its league championship, beating Frame and I 13-9 in the title game. From left, standing are Leo Pressly, Jace Baker, coaches Heidi Hansen, Jordan Rhoads and Adam Plute. From left, kneeling are Bradley Davidson, Paden Chapman, Elliott Monaghan, Axel Plute and Jaidyn Eastman. From left, lying on ground, are Beau Butler and Luke Hansen. Not in the photo are team members Jackson Kinney, Benjamin Lovell and Nick Lovell. (Courtesy of NOBAS)

The various teams participating in the North Olympic Baseball and Softball Port Angeles city championship take part in pre-game ceremonies this weekend at Volunteer Field. (Courtesy of NOBAS)

The various teams participating in the North Olympic Baseball and Softball Port Angeles city championship take part in pre-game ceremonies this weekend at Volunteer Field. (Courtesy of NOBAS)

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