|Name: Dave Densley|
|All State Player|
Dave Densley was a three-year baseball letterman at Hanford High School. In his senior season, Dave hit .388 and led the Falcons in RBIs with 25. Dave hit four home runs, two of them coming in the State Championship series in Seattle, WA. Dave was the leading pitcher in 1987, going 10-3, and striking out 116 in 94 innings with an earned run average (ERA) of 1.34. Dave pitched in the semi-final game for the Falcons, winning 4-3, and sending the Falcons to the championship game in the "Kingdome."
For his 1987 Hanford baseball efforts, Dave was named Hanford High School's Most Valuable Player, All Mid-Valley League selection, and played in the Yakima Valley feeder games, which led to his selection to play in the All-State games. Dave played baseball at Spokane Community College, University of Nevada, and graduated from Eastern Washington University.