Where are they now? 2014 Pacific Little League all-star team

Where are they now?

It’s been five years since the Lynnwood-based Pacific Little League all-star team advanced to the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. Here’s where the 13 players from that team are now and what sports they’re playing this spring:

Name Position for PLL High school Year Spring sport
Read Carr LF Edmonds-Woodway Junior Baseball
Robley Corsi III C Edmonds-Woodway Junior Baseball
Tygan Duncan 3B Meadowdale Junior None
Tyler Durbin 3B/LF King’s Junior Baseball
Ben Grant 2B Shorewood Junior Soccer
Nate King LF Meadowdale Junior Golf
Logan Kruse P/3B Edmonds-Woodway Senior Baseball
Ian Michael P/CF Edmonds-Woodway Senior Baseball
Tai Starchman P/SS Edmonds-Woodway Senior Baseball
Karsen Tjarnberg P/1B Edmonds-Woodway Senior Baseball
Matthew Turcotte 2B/SS Edmonds-Woodway Senior None
Mason Vaughn P/OF Meadowdale Junior Baseball
Colton Walsh RF Meadowdale Junior None

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