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MCC school guaranteed 3A regional baseball championship after sweeping GSL

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TRI-CITIES, Wash. -- We may not know which, but at least we know a Mid-Columbia Conference team will win the 3A district-regional title. All four schools swept the GSL earlier this week. Kennewick will host the tournament this Saturday at Roy Johnson Field. In fact two schools will advance to the next round. Saturday will be exciting with all of the league familiarity.

"It's going to be fantastic, you know all four schools have great student sections they travel well with their parents, parents are really supportive. it's, there's a lot of ties it's going to be a fun atmosphere it's going to be a really cool experience, great experience for everyone playing," Kennewick head coach A.J. Marquardt said.

"That place is going to be juiced. You know there's going to be a lot of people, a lot of energy it going to be a lot of emotions and you know the fans are going to be there. It's going to be packed, it's going to be energetic and everyone going to be rubbing shoulders together and puffing their chests, because we're all in the yard together," Southridge head coach Tim Sanders added.