Photo of the day: Ready to go for the glory

Coach Russ Gray cheers-on Michael Hasegawa as he rounds third base after hitting a two-run homer to give Windmaster the lead.

Photo by Adam Lapierre.
Coach Russ Gray cheers-on Michael Hasegawa as he rounds third base after hitting a two-run homer to give Windmaster the lead.

Hood River Little League’s boys majors regular season concludes Saturday with the annual league championships at the ballfields behind St. Mary’s Catholic Church.

The finals will feature a duel between Odell and Windmaster Market teams at 12:30 p.m. The third-fourth-place game between Apple City and White Salmon will come first at 10 a.m.

Pictured is Windmaster coach Russ Gray cheering-on Michael Hasegawa as he rounds third base after hitting a two-run homer to give his team the lead in an eventual 5-4 Windmaster victory over White Salmon in Wednesday' semifinals.

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