Legion tournament teams
COACH: Jarod Burle.
TOP PITCHERS: Greg Dodson, Brandon Porter and Paul Shoemaker.
TOP HITTERS: Cole Wartick, Brandon Porter and Greg Dodson.
NOTABLE: Franklin will be missing three of its top players ' including reigning Class 4A state player-of-the-year Mike Aguilar ' and usual head coach Jeff Pry due to outside commitments.---
COACH: Joe Tacchini.
TOP PITCHERS: Nick Caleb, Carl Fairburn and John James.
TOP HITTERS: Carl Fairburn, Brian Kinsman, Morgan Grohs and Kirk Cunningham.
NOTABLE: This marks Klamath Falls' fifth consecutive appearance in the AAA state tournament. The Falcons have claimed the crown nine times, most recently in 2000.---
COACH: Mike Myer.
TOP PITCHERS: Brandon Jeffers, Mark Hamel, Eric Gefre and Kelly Papenbeck.
TOP HITTERS: Kelly Papenbeck, Brandon Currie and Brandon Benfield.
NOTABLE: Making its second straight state appearance, David Douglas will be without Justin Snoderle, a top hitter who is beginning his training with the Portland State football program. ---
COACH: Marty Lees.
TOP PITCHERS: Sean Mascolo, Scott Nelson, Zach Bird and Dane Butler.
TOP HITTERS: A.J. Norris, Scott Nelson and David Fox.
NOTABLE: Champions of Area 4 with a 21-3 league record. Nelson, who plays first base, third base and pitches, is headed to Oregon State and has tied the Challenger record with 17 home runs this summer.---
COACH: Tim Cary.
TOP PITCHERS: Greg Beamer.
TOP HITTERS: John Grote, C.J. Severin and Kyle Waterland.
NOTABLE: Pendleton, champion of Area 1, is in the AAA state tournament for the first time since 1996.---
COACH: Al Skinner.
TOP PITCHERS: Garrett Stembridge, Andrew Renyer, Nick Waechter, Mike Myhre and Jason Stevenson.
TOP HITTERS: Kellen Walker and Ben Cooper.
NOTABLE: Roseburg has reached the state tournament the last five years and has been on the losing end in two championship games.---
COACH: John Freauf.
TOP PITCHERS: Brian Grening, Justin Whitehall and Stephen George.
TOP HITTERS: Marc Mason, Kyle Peterson and Dalen Isom.
NOTABLE: Mason, a second-team all-state selection in the spring, will play at Pomona College in the fall.---
COACH: Brent Watts.
TOP PITCHERS: Matt Skundrick, Brady Rhodes and Brett Goble.
TOP HITTERS: Ryan Heil, Evan McArthur, Brett Timmerman and Rob Folsom.
NOTABLE: The Mustangs have won the AAA state championship eight times, the last crown coming in 1997 and capping a streak of five in seven years.