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MERCHANTS FINISH IN 2ND PLACE AT NBC WORLD SERIES
Congratulations to former Merchant, Nick Hammons who was named
Head Baseball Coach Snohomish High School. Nick takes over as the
Panthers’ new following the retirement of his father, Kim, after 25 years at
the helm.

Hammons is a 2007 graduate of SHS, where he starred on the baseball
team. He went on to play for two years at Everett Community College.   
He graduated from WSU with a criminal justice degree in 2011.

He has been an assistant coach for the Panthers for the past five seasons,
working with Snohomish’s pitchers.  He’s also been a coach for the Laces
Baseball Academy’s 19U select summer team.
FORMER MERCHIE NAMED HEAD COACH AT SNOHOMISH
The 2017, NBC World Series was one of the most successful runs for the Everett Merchants as
they advanced to the finals and their second place finish was their best since winning it in 1988.  The
teams only two loses came at the hands of the Kansas Stars, a team consisting of former big league
players.

First baseman Jake Levin batted .435 in the tournament, while right fielder  Isiah Aluko — picked up
just prior to the tournament — batted .368. Third baseman Max Whitt (.296), left fielder Austin
Atwell (.278) and Ty Holm (.269) were also regular contributors on offense, while Whitt also ended
up featured on ESPN for a diving play he made on a line drive. On the mound, 6-foot-8 lefty Pete
Irvin was the workhorse, tossing 14 innings over three appearances in the span of nine days.  Levin
and Irvin were named 2017 NBC All-Americans.