American Legion Season Underway

    Auke Bay Post 25 catcher Kai Schmidt catches a foul ball before colliding with pitcher Garrison Luben (16) during the Midnight Suns game against the Wasilla Post 35 Road Warriors, Saturday, at AKF. (Klas Stolpe/KINY)

    Juneau, Alaska (KINY) - Juneau’s Auke Bay Post 25 American Legion Baseball team split their league series against Wasilla Post 35 on Saturday, falling 11-3 and winning 6-4. Statistics not available by press time.

    The Midnight Suns also won a non-league game against the Road Warriors on Friday 11-6 and had a non-league game rained out on Sunday.

    LEGION AA BASEBALL STANDINGS

    NATIONAL Division

    Team - Points / League / Overall

    South Post 4 Wolverines - 8 / 2-0 / 7-0

    Service Post 28 Cougars - 6 / 1-2 / 4-2

    West Post 1 Eagles - 6 / 1-2 / 3-6

    Wasilla Post 35 Road Warriors - 6 / 1-2 / 1-4

    Juneau Post 25 Midnight Suns - 5 / 1-1 / 2-1

    Fairbanks Post 11 49ers - 2 / 0-2 / 1-3

    East Post 34 Thunderbirds - 2 / 0-2 / 2-6

    AMERICAN Division

    Team - Points / League / Overall

    Eagle River Wolves - 20 / 5-0 / 6-1

    Kenai Post 20 Twins - 13 / 3-1 / 4-3

    Bartlett Post 29 Golden Bears - 10 / 2-2 / 3-5

    Palmer Post 15 Pioneers - 6 / 1-2 / 3-3

    Dimond Post 21 Lynx - 5 / 1-1 / 5-3

    Ketchikan Post 3 Kings - 5 / 1-1 / 2-2

    Chugiak Post 33 Mustangs - 4 / 1-0 / 1-3

    North Pole Post 30 Wild - 2 / 0-2 / 1-3

    GAME SCORES

    MON, June 6

    Palmer 13, Wasilla 5 NL

    South 15, East 1 NL

    Eagle River 10, West 3 NL

    Service 15, Bartlett 3 NL

    Fairbanks 12, North Pole 7 NL

    Dimond 8, Chugiak 4 NL

    TUE, June 7

    Chugiak 3, Bartlett 1 L

    South 10, West 6 NL

    Dimond 14, East 0 NL

    WED, June 8

    Eagle River 8, Wasilla 3 L

    Dimond 9, Palmer 5 L

    Kenai 13, East 3 L

    Service 18, West 7 L

    North Pole 20, Fairbanks 13 NL

    THU, June 9

    Kenai 7, Bartlett 2 L

    Kenai 15, Bartlett 0 NL

    Service 3, Dimond 1 NL

    South 8, Chugiak 5 NL

    FRI, June 10

    Eagle River 12, Fairbanks 5 L

    South 9, Service 8 L

    Juneau 11, Wasilla 6 NL

    Ketchikan 16, Palmer 15 NL

    East 6, West 3 NL

    SAT, June 11

    Eagle River 13, North Pole 5 L

    Eagle River 5, North Pole 2 L

    Wasilla 11, Juneau 3 L

    Juneau 8, Wasilla 6 L

    Palmer 4, Ketchikan 3 L

    Ketchikan 9, Palmer 6 L

    Kenai 3, Dimond 0 L

    Dimond 9, Kenai 3 NL

    Bartlett 15, West 9 L

    SUN, June 12

    Eagle River 12, Fairbanks 0 L

    Bartlett 8, Service 2 L

    South 2, Kenai 1 L

    West 13, East 9 L

    Wasilla vs. Juneau NL, rained out

    Palmer 11, Ketchikan 2 NL

    South 20, Kenai 11 NL

    West 15, East 10 NL

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