North Whidbey loses championship game 2-1 / 11-12 baseball

Burlington-Edison scored two runs in the first inning and that was all it needed in a 2-1 win over North Whidbey in the championship game of the Major Little League District Tournament Sunday, July 1, in Sedro-Woolley

The game was originally scheduled for Saturday but was rained out.

North Whidbey scored in the top of the fifth inning with two outs when Christian Gisvold singled and Alex Jenkins tripled.

North Whidbey couldn’t take advantage of Nate Moore’s lead-off single in the sixth, and the tying run was left stranded at second.

Gisvold also had a first-inning single, and Will Ward and Taryn Hardy collected the only other North Whidbey hits in the game.

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