Not often does one program dominate the Ninth District baseball standings.

But Washington Post 218 managed to pull off the trifecta this season, winning or tying for regular season championships at all three levels.

Post 218 teams compiled a 44-2 league record at all levels this season.

Washington’s Senior Legion team is 17-0 in league play, 3.5 games ahead of West (13-3) in the standings.

The Post 218 Junior Legion team edged out Pacific for the title with a 19-1 record. Pacific went 18-2.

West placed third at 15-5.

In the Freshman Legion standings, Post 218 went 8-1 to tie Elsberry for the title. Washington earned the top seed for the district tournament though.

No other freshman Legion team had a winning record in league play this season.

Following are the full Ninth District standings as of Tuesday.

Senior Legion

Team    Wins    Losses

Washington    17    0

West    13    3

St. Charles    10    6

Elsberry    7    4

Central    6    6

St. Peters    6    7

Wentzville    4    10

Daniel Boone    4    10

Sullivan    0    9

Warrenton    0    12

Junior Legion

Team    Wins    Losses

Washington    19    1

Pacific    18    2

West    15    5

St. Peters    10    8

O’Fallon    11    8

Elsberry    11    8

Wentzville    6    14

New Haven    4    13

St. Charles    3    14

Sullivan    1    15

Central    0    12

Freshman Legion

Team    Wins    Losses

Washington    8    1

Elsberry    8    1

St. Peters    4    6

Pacific    2    4

Wentzville    3    6

St. Charles    1    8