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Homza selected for prestigious Area Code Games in Long Beach

For a sport steeped in failure, Jonny Homza of Anchorage is enjoying a lot of success on the baseball field.

Two months after winning Gatorade Alaska Player of the Year honors and leading South High School to the ASAA state championship, the smooth shortstop has been named to the 2016 Area Code Games next month in Long Beach, California.

“I’m working really hard and playing the way I know how and that’s all anybody can really do,” he told me. “Baseball is a very humbling sport. I mean, if you fail 7 out of 10 times you’re considered good, so if you get too cocky you’re just setting yourself up for failure.”

Homza will represent the Pacific Northwest for the Kansas City Royals and Arizona Diamondbacks in the Area Code Games. The national event includes the top 200 players divided into eight regional teams.

“It does feel good to get recognized as a player and it’s very exciting to be able to experience all these cool things,” he said.

Players are typically nominated by a scout and then participate in a tryout. Homza was nominated by Tony Wylie of the Alaska Baseball Academy who also works as a scout for the D’backs.

“It was kind of his coming out party,” Wylie said of the tryout. “I kept hearing guys say ‘No way this kid is from Alaska.’”

Homza is the third Alaska player and first position player to be named to the Area Code Games, which date back to the 1980s. The other Alaskans to earn invitations were pitchers Max Karnos and Johnny Meszaros.

“I do think that baseball in Alaska is getting a lot more credibility and is able to produce a lot more talented baseball players, including more position players,” said Homza, who has committed to the University of Hawaii.

This story was written by Van Williams, a freelance writer in Anchorage an the ALB Media Director.

Nading having strong season for Wichita Wingnuts w/ 0.58 ERA

Chad Nading of Anchorage has played baseball all over the place and switched up his delivery more than once, so he’s paid his dues since turning pro in 2009.

He’s finally enjoying some well deserved success.

Nading is the top option out of the bullpen for the Wichita Wingnuts of the American Association, an independent professional baseball league.

The 6-foot-5 right-hander has a team-best 0.58 ERA in 14 games, and the Wingnuts are 12-1 when he pitches.

Nading, of East Post 34 fame, has 14 strikeouts in 15.1 innings.

He was drafted out of high school and then again after UNLV.

He later signed with the San Diego Padres organization as a free agent and pitched in the Arizona League.

After a season each in the Frontier and North American Baseball League, Nading pitched for the Ishikawa MillionStars in Japan’s BC League in 2014.

This story was written by Van Williams, a freelance writer in Anchorage an the ALB Media Director.

Columbia [TN] wins BP Invitational for record third time

Calton Easterwood pitched beautifully and Columbia Post 19 banged out 11 hits in a 7-1 win over the Kenai Post 20 Twins in the championship game of the BP Invitational at Mulcahy Stadium.
Easterwood allowed just four hits while striking out a dozen over seven innings of work. The only run the right-hander surrendered was on a balk with two outs in the sixth inning.
The game ended on a double play.
Columbia won the BP Invitational for a record third time and improved to 16-0-1 in three trips to Alaska under manager Mickey McKeel.
The Tennessee team also beat Kenai - the first-place Legion AA team in Alaska - for the title of the Bill Miller Big Fish Wood Bat Tournament in Kenai earlier this week.
Columbia struck for four runs in the third inning, another in the fourth and two more in the fifth.
Leadoff hitter Bryce Giels was named BP Invitational Most Valuable Player. He batted .545 in five games with nine walks to bouy a .737 on-base percentage. Five of his six hits went from extra bases. The slick shortstop also stole eight bases and boasted a 1.000 fielding percentage.
Center fielder Devin Symlar won the Big Stick Award thanks to a tournament-best 12 RBIs. He drove in a tournament record seven RBIs in a Day 3 win over Dimond.
Kenai's Joe Becher was named Most Outstanding Pitcher. He didn't allow an earned run in nine total innings, including the final two frames of the championship game against Tennessee. Becher finished with 12 strikeouts and a complete game win over Lanakina Post 11 of Hawaii on Day 2.
Service catcher Cooper Bailey-Parsons won the tournament's Gold Glove Award.

This story was written by Van Williams, a freelance writer in Anchorage an the ALB Media Director.

Legion A Chugiak Wood Bat Tournament begins Friday

Legion A Chugiak Wood Bat Tournament

Pool A



Fairbanks 30


Pool B




Fairbanks 11

OB Oberg / BA Bartlett / LF Loretta French

Friday 7/8

Pool A 

4 PM Black vs. Chugiak, OB

7 PM Delta vs. Fairbanks 30, OB

Pool B  

1 PM Dimond vs. Gold, BA

4 PM Gold vs. Fairbanks 11, BA

7 PM Fairbanks 11 vs. Kenai, BA

Saturday 7/9

Pool A

10 AM Fairbanks 30 vs. Black, OB

1 PM Black vs. Delta, OB

4 PM Delta vs. Chugiak, OB

7 PM Chugiak vs. Fairbanks 30, OB

Pool B

10 AM Kenai vs. Dimond, LF

4 PM Kenai vs. Gold, BA

7 PM Dimond vs. Fairbanks 11, BA

Sunday 7/10

11 AM A4 vs. B4, BA

11 AM A2 vs. B2, OB

2 PM A3 vs. B3, BA

*2 PM A1 vs. B1, OB

*Championship Game

Hawaii, Tennessee here for Alaska Airlines Tournament Tour

The 2016 Alaska Airlines Tournament Tour kicks into high gear this weekend with the Todd Ryan Memorial Tournament in Wasilla.

It’s the first of three consecutive tournaments over the next two weekends.

After Wasilla comes the Bill Miller Big Fish Wood Bat Tournament in Kenai followed by the granddaddy of them all, the BP Invitational at Mulcahy Stadium.

The two Outside teams participating this year are Lanakila Post 11 from Honolulu, Hawaii, and Columbia Post 19 of Columbia, Tennessee.

This is the first time here for the Hawaiian team. However, Columbia is making its third trip and is undefeated in Alaska in 10 games [9-0-1] in 2014 and 2012.

Todd Ryan Memorial Tournament

At Wasilla

All games at McManus Field

Friday 7/1 

12 PM Fairbanks 30 vs Hawaii

3 PM Fairbanks 11 vs Wasilla

6 PM Palmer vs Wasilla

Saturday 7/2

10 AM Fairbanks 11 vs Fairbanks 30

1 PM Palmer vs. Hawaii

4 PM Wasilla vs. Fairbanks 30

7 PM Fairbanks 11 vs. Palmer

Sunday 7/3

12 PM Hawaii vs. Fairbanks 11

3 PM Palmer vs. Fairbanks 30

6 PM Wasilla vs. Hawaii 

Bill Miller Big Fish Wood Bat Tournament

At Kenai

All games at Oiler Park

Tuesday 7/5

10 AM East vs. Tennessee

1 PM Kenai vs. Eagle River

4 PM Eagle River vs. East

7 PM Kenai vs. Tennessee

Wednesday 7/6

12 PM Kenai vs. East

3 PM Tennessee vs. Eagle River

Thursday 7/7

10 AM Consolation

1 PM Championship

BP Invitational

At Anchorage

All games at Mulcahy Stadium

Thursday 7/7

10 AM West vs. Service

1 PM South vs. Chugiak

Friday 7/8

9:15 AM Chugiak vs. Hawaii

11:45 AM Dimond vs. West

2:15 PM Kenai vs. South

5 PM Service vs. Tennessee

7:30 PM Hawaii vs. Kenai

Saturday 7/9

9:15 AM Service vs. Dimond 

11:45 AM Kenai vs. Chugiak

2:15 PM Dimond vs. Tennessee

5 PM Hawaii vs. South

7:30 PM Tennessee vs. West

Sunday 7/10

9:15 AM A4 v B4

11:45 AM A2 vs B1

2:15 PM B2 vs. A1

5 PM B3 vs. A3

7:30 PM Championship

This story was written by Van Williams, a freelance writer in Anchorage and the ALB Media Director.

Baseball Factory national tour comes to Anchorage on July 11

The Under Armour Baseball Factory national tour will be in Anchorage on July 11 at the Kosinski Fields.

Since its inception in 1994, the Baseball Factory has been a national leader in college recruiting.

Players in attendance will be evaluated by the Factory’s professional coaching staff, helping to reveal strengths and build on areas of improvement with proven tools, expert guidance and life-changing experiences to prepare for success on and off the field. 

This year’s College World Series features 92 former Factory alums. In the June Major League Baseball Draft, teams selected over 300 Factory alumni, including 38 former Under Armour All-Americans.

Developing their skill set further once in professional baseball, more than 400 Baseball Factory alumni have made their debuts in the big leagues since 1994. 

Baseball Factory holds a strong and committed relationship with American Legion, providing amateur players with new opportunities to develop their baseball skills and fulfill their dream of playing collegiate baseball. 

Read more about Baseball Factory’s partnership with American Legion at

With 17 teams, Alaska Legion touches every corner of state

The Alaska Legion Baseball season is in full swing and this weekend’s busy schedule was a good indicator as 16 of 17 AA teams were in action.

Eight fields were used in Juneau, Ketchikan, Kodiak, Wasilla and Anchorage.

Everybody played Saturday except Delta Post 22, the only team in the league that plays a mix of AA [varsity] and A [junior varsity] teams.

The 16 AA programs are vying for the chance to win the 63rd annual Alaska American Legion Baseball State Tournament at the end of July.

They are split into eight-team divisions and play an 18-game league schedule, after which the top eight advance to the state tournament at iconic Mulcahy Stadium and the bottom eight play in the Matson Invitational at Bartlett High.

For 50 years, Mulcahy Stadium has hosted the biggest games in Alaska.

The top three teams from each division after the regular season automatically qualify for the state tournament, as well as two wildcard teams based on the most points. 

The AA standings are based on a point system; 4 for a win, 2 for a tie, 1 for a loss and 0 for a forfeit.

The Alaska AA state champion advances to the Northwest Regional in Cheyenne, Wyoming. The regional runs Aug. 3-7 and includes state champions from Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Wyoming and Washington.

Chugiak Post 33 is the defending state champion from Alaska.

The Legion World Series is Aug. 11-16 in Shelby, North Carolina.

As of last week, 3,786 Legion teams nationwide will take the field in 2016, according to

This year’s national registration numbers showed an increase from the previous years.

Alaska has been part of the growth.

In the last few years, the ALB has expanded in Fairbanks and the Mat-Su Valley while adding teams in Kodiak, Ketchikan and Delta.

This story was written by Van Williams, a freelance writer in Anchorage and the ALB Media Director.

College Coaches Camp expands to include more kids in Alaska

Since 1994, college coaches from all over the country have come to The Last Frontier to teach the game of baseball to Alaska.

The annual camp was always held at Mulcahy Stadium in Anchorage.

But now it's expanding to include the Interior players.

The College Coaches Camp will be in Fairbanks on June 14-15 and then in Palmer June 16-17 before wrapping up in Anchorage June 20-23.

The camp in Anchorage is open only to American Legion Baseball players.

There are youth opportunities in Fairbanks and Palmer.

All abilities are invited to attend and learn. 

Camp lead instructor Levi Lacey of Everett Community College in Washington has made more than dozen trips to Alaska in past several years and is a great instructor and teacher of young baseball players. 

Lacey's Everett CC teams have finished at or near the top of the prestigious NWAC, one of the toughest junior college leagues in the country.

Other instructors include Rob Strickland of College of Idaho, Kevin Davis of Pierce CC, Shawn Hamberger of College of Idaho, Patrick Perry of Dixie State University, Greg Goetz of Seattle University, Aaron Sutton of Treasure Valley CC and Gabe Boruff of Columbia Basin CC. 

Former longtime Chugiak Post 33 manager Bill Lierman Sr. helped create this annual event in 1994 before his passing.

In 2005, Alaska Legion Baseball named this clinic in his honor for his tireless dedication to young baseball players of Alaska.

This story was written by Van Williams, a freelance writer in Anchorage and the ALB Media Director.

Jonny Baseball: Homza does it all in leading South to state title

ASAA/First National Bank Alaska State Tournament

Saturday's Scores

At Mulcahy Stadium, Anchorage

Day 3

Championship Game, South 3, Chugiak 1

Third-Place Game Sitka 6, Ketchikan 5

Fourth-Place Game Wasilla 15, Lathrop 5

Championship Game

South 3, Chugiak 1

The bullpen was hot and South starter Jonny Homza had thrown 100 pitches when the tying run came to the plate in the seventh inning.

This was the state championship game and Chugiak was knocking at the door with a runner on and one out. Maybe it was time to pull him, but South coach Taylor Nerland stuck with Homza.

“I was stoked, for sure,” Homza told me. “My arm was feeling good and Nerland said ‘Hey man, if you can do it, do it.”

He did it.

The reigning Gatorade Alaska Player of the Year got the next batter to ground out before ending the game with a strikeout, putting his signature on a 3-1 win over the Cook Inlet Conference champions at Mulcahy Stadium in Anchorage.

“When it came down to it, Jonny was still pitching well,” Nerland told me of his decision. “He’s a phenomenal competitor and he plays with a lot of emotion. When he got that last out you could tell the adrenaline was going through him. If his arm was hurting, he probably wouldn’t have told me.”

Homza, a junior right-hander, allowed four hits and two walks while striking out 10. He finished with 106 pitches.

“Jonny looked amazing,” fellow South pitcher Tommy Koloski told me. “That’s one of the best outings I’ve ever seen him have.”

It came against a Chugiak team that 11 days ago beat Homza in the CIC championship game. It also came against a Chugiak team that beat South in last year’s state championship game.

Many players from both years were on the field Saturday. It’s become a Yankees-Red Sox type rivalry. It’s special when they square off.

“We’ve been back and forth with them,” Homza said. “I think we just wanted it more because we knew what it felt like to lose to them.”

South took a 1-0 lead in the top of the second inning when Max Costello’s fielder’s choice scored Julito Fazzini from third base with one out.

Chugiak tied it at 1-1 in the bottom half when Brady Lindberg delivered a two-out single and scored on Hunter Register’s double.

With two outs in the third inning, Homza jumped on a first-pitch fastball and knocked it out of the ballpark for his first home run in his South career. He picked a fine time, providing the Wolverines with the go-ahead run and the lead for good.

“It was pretty sweet,” he said. “You just go up there to the plate with the same approach. I’ve done it so many times in my life that this time it felt like any other time. I saw the pitch and hit the ball. There’s not much I can really say about it. It was really no different than any other at-bat. It just happened to go out, which was nice.”

Koloski called it a monster shot.

“I knew that home run was out as soon as it left the bat,” he said.

South added an insurance run in the sixth inning when Matt Kley scored from third base on a Chugiak fielding error.

With Homza on the mound, it may have not mattered. He allowed only nine hits and had a 1.47 ERA over his last 19 innings in May and June.

This was South’s fourth consecutive appearance in the state title game. The Wolverines won the 2013 championship before getting second the next two years.

If anything, though, South exercised some demons this year.

“We lost to Sitka two years ago and we beat them. We lost to Chugiak last year and we beat them,” Nerland said. “It feels really good, I’ll tell you that much.”

Third-Place Game

Sitka 6, Ketchikan 5

Sitka built an early lead and survived one bad inning to prevail in a third-place game between Southeast Conference rivals.

Ky Stockel and Branden Case each drove in a pair of runs and Trevor Dalton and Kyle Fitzsimmons each had one RBI.

Case homered and Fitzsimmons tripled as Sitka took a 6-1 lead after the top of the fifth inning.

Nathan Bonck and Co. made things interesting in the bottom half of the frame with a four-spot that made it a one-run game.

Bonck, the ace pitcher headed to Seattle University this fall, finished off his high school career in style with a 2-for-3 effort at the plate that included a three-run home run.

"The ball I hit was a splitter that might've hit me if I didn't swing," Bonck told me. "Totally hooked it and kept it just inside the foul pole."

For his career, the 2015 Gatorade Alaska Player of the Year threw two no-hitters, including a perfect game, and three one-hitters. He also slugged 14 home runs – more than any other player in the state over that time.

“Ketchikan has given me all I could’ve asked for out of a high school baseball experience. Baseball in Southeast Alaska too,” Bonck said. “Traveling and housing out has blessed me with some lifelong friends out of the great town of Sitka.

“I’m happy with how it went and I know I’ve gotten better every year, as a person as well as a ballplayer.”

Fourth-Place Game

Wasilla 15, Lathrop 5

The Warriors broke out the bats in a big way, collecting 14 hits and scoring runs in six of the seven innings to win the fourth-place game at state.

Wasilla's Cyruss Lovell was the game's only player with three hits while teammates Ben Werner, Ryan Perkins, Nolan Monaghan and Kyle Graham each banged out two hits.

Wasilla's Jeffery Forster drove in three runs and Perkins, Monaghan, Jimmy Arend and Graham each had 2 RBIs.

Starter Hank Boyer got the win and reliever Austin Robertson pitched three perfect innings to collect the save.

Lathrop's bats weren't silent. Colin King homered and Mason Wilken tripled. Wyatt Berg went 2-for-4 with an RBI.

This story was written by Van Williams, a freelance writer in Anchorage and the ALB Media Director.

Run it back: Chugiak, South meet in rematch of 2015 final

ASAA/First National Bank Alaska State Tournament

Friday's Schedule / Scores

At Mulcahy Stadium, Anchorage

Day 2

Loser's Bracket

Lathrop 11, Soldotna 9

Wasilla 4, Monroe Catholic 3


South 4, Sitka 0

Chugiak 4, Ketchikan 3


Chugiak 4, Ketchikan 3

Even though baseball comes down to individual matchups, the game is a team sport all the way.

Just ask the Mustangs.

With ace Cody Curfman not pitching his best early on, Chugiak closer Matt Hess stepped in to throw a season-high 4.1 innings to preserve a slim lead in the state semifinal.

“Matt was great tonight,” Curfman told me. “I just didn’t have it tonight and for Matt to come up big in that situation is huge.”

Hess allowed only one run and wiggled out of a bases-loaded jam in the sixth inning with a fly out.

“I misplaced a couple pitches and they capitalized because they are a great hitting team,” Hess told me. “But my team stayed positive and always has my back. They are a great defense and they made the plays they needed to get me out of the jam.”

Chugiak advanced to the state championship game for a rematch of last year’s title matchup with Cook Inlet Conference rival South.

Chugiak beat South 10 days ago for the CIC title. Hess finished off that game, too.

“I love closing games,” said Hess, who has two saves. “It’s an awesome feeling coming into a close game and being the one that gets to finish it on the mound.”

Jake Kindred went 3-for-3 and scored twice. Brady Lindberg drove in two runs and Charlie Bucolo and Curfman each added RBIs.

This was the second straight game the Mustangs put up a crooked number on the scoreboard. Last night it was a five-run first inning against Monroe Catholic. Tonight was it a three-run third.

“We always love to come out hitting first [as visitor],” Curfman said. “When we get a few runs early it really propels us through the rest of the game; and knocks down the confidence of the other team’s pitcher.”

In the seventh inning, Ketchikan gunned down an insurance run on a beautiful relay from left fielder Jackson Pool to shortstop Jacob Shay to catcher Nate Fousel, who tagged out Hess at the plate.

The throw home needed to be perfect to get him.

“It was a good throw and a good tag,” Hess said. “I don’t know if I was out, but it was a tough call and could have gone either way for sure. Very clutch play by them.”

Ketchikan's Nathan Bonck went 2-for-4 with 2 RBIs. Teammates Spencer Erickson and Mo Bullock each had two hits.

South 4, Sitka 0

Even though he stood alone on the mound for South in Friday’s state tournament semifinals, starting pitcher Parker Johnson never felt like he was on an island.

He pitches to contact and relies on his defense to make plays behind him.

“I’m not able to overpower hitters,” Johnson told me. “I just try to keep them off balance to get my fielders plays and they always have my back, which is nice.”

The junior right-hander shut out the Southeast Conference champions by scattering six hits and three walks over seven innings of work.

He got the big outs when he needed as Sitka stranded eight runners on base.

“It definitely helps having the best fielders in the state behind me,” Johnson said. “I relied on my changeup, trying to keep hitters off balance and give my team a chance to make plays in the field. They made some big plays for me today, as they always do.”

It’s not just the defense, though. Johnson ended the season with a 15-inning scoreless streak. And his win helped South advance to the state championship game for the fourth consecutive year, looking for first title since 2013. 

“It’s exciting,” he said. “I can’t wait.”

The Wolverines got base hits from eight of nine starters and major contributions from the bottom of the lineup as Sladen Mohl, Anthony Maldonado, Max Costello and Trevor McGinnis combined to score three runs and drive in another.

Sitka starter Kyle Fitzsimmons went the distance and had only one bad inning, throwing goose eggs in four frames. He gave up eight hits and three earned runs in six innings.

Sitka coach Matt Way - a 2009 fifth-round draft pick of the Philadelphia Phillies - knows a thing or two about pitching and he liked what he saw from both starting pitchers.

"Both had good control of their offspeed and both worked out of some big jams," Way told me. "It was a fun game. In the end, it came down to defensive execution. We got outplayed today."

Wasilla 4, Monroe Catholic 3

Hank Boyer bunted home Jeffery Forster from third base to allow the Warriors to walk off with an extra-inning game to avoid elimination.

The Southcentral Conference champions scored single runs in the fifth, sixth and eighth innings to advance to the fourth-place game of the state tournament.

Koby Burns hit the tying home run in the sixth, which ultimately forced an extra inning of play.

Nolan Monaghan, Jimmy Arend and Boyer also had RBIs for Wasilla.

Monroe Catholic led 3-1 through four innings, thanks to runs scored by Izak Lohrke, Miachael Richter and Dyland Steele.

Starter Gavin Jackson didn't get the decision. He pitched well, though, scattering four runs over seven innings. 

Burns started for Wasilla and struck out 10 batters over six innings.

Reliever Austin Robertson pitched two scorless frame for the win.

Lathrop 11, Soldotna 9

Mason Wilken's two-run triple capped a five-run fifth inning rally and proved to be the difference for the Malemutes of Fairbanks in an elimination game.

Wilken, the No. 9 hitter, finished 2-for-3 with four RBIs as the Mid Alaska Conference champions survived to play another day.

Vonche Wood, James Kardash, Evan Wilken and Sam Greenburg also drove in runs for Lathrop.

The Malemutes won despite issuing a combined 13 walks by four pitchers. The offense also had a lot of base runners and scored in five different innings.

Soldotna pitcher Chase Reed came out of the bullpen and threw three innings to get the win and help Lathrop move on to Saturday’s fourth-place game.

Soldotna's Joe Becher doubled, drove in two runs and scored twice. Teammate Kolten Wilson also had two RBIs.

This story was written by Van Williams, a freelance writer in Anchorage and the ALB Media Director.

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State Tournament

July 26-30th, Mulcahy Stadium

Matson Invitational

July 26-30th, Bartlett High School

2016 Alaska Legion Baseball

Legion AA Standings

American Division

Team Points League
x-South Post 4 63 15-3
x-Kenai Post 20 62 15-2
x-Wasilla Post 35 60 14-4
x-Dimond Post 21 47 10-7
Fairbanks Post 30 41 8-9
Fairbanks Post 11 32 5-12
West Post 1 27 3-15
Palmer Post 15 21 2-15

National Division

Team Points League
x-Juneau Post 25 65 16-1
x-Chugiak Post 33 60 14-4
x-Service Post 28 50 11-6
East Post 34 42 8-10
Eagle River 38 7-10
Ketchikan Post 3 37 7-9
Bartlett Post 29 22 2-16
Kodiak Post 17 18 1-15

Points: 4 Win 2 Tie 1 Loss 0 Forfeit
Each ALB team plays 18 league games [Top 8 to State Tournament; qualifying based on top three teams from each division plus two wildcard teams with most points. Bottom 8 to Mason Invitational]

x-clinched state tournament berth

July 22

Ketchikan 14, Fairbanks11 13

Ketchikan 5, Fairbanks30 4

Eagle River 11, Kodiak 1

Juneau 18, Bartlett 1

Dimond 14, Palmer 5

South 7, Kenai 5

South 6, Fairbanks30 2

July 21

Juneau 15, Kodiak 0

Juneau 12, Kodiak 0

Kenai 5, Wasilla 4

Fairbanks11 12, Eagle River 6

Service 6, Fairbanks30 5

Chugiak 6, South 2 NL

July 20

Dimond 10, West 3

East 10, Bartlett 6

Wasilla 17, Palmer 6

July 19

Chugiak 18, East 4

Wasilla 10, West 0

South 14, Palmer 2

Fairbanks11 16, Delta 2 NL

Fairbanks11 11, Delta 1 NL

July 18

Service 7, Eagle River 0

South 15, Dimond 12

July 17

Fairbanks30 4, Dimond 1

Wasilla 7, Bartlett 0F NL

Ketchikan 11, East 1 NL

Eagle River 18, Delta 4 NL

Juneau 13, West 11 NL

July 16

Dimond 17, Fairbanks11 6

Fairbanks11 6, Dimond 3

Kenai 8, Palmer 4

Juneau 17, West 4

Juneau 14, West 1

Ketchikan 7, East 1

East 5, Ketchikan 4

Kenai 11, Palmer 1 NL

South 7, Bartlett 0F NL

Eagle River 11, Delta 0 NL

Eagle River 9, Delta 2 NL

Wasilla 4, Chugiak 3 NL

July 15

Chugiak 10, Service 0

Dimond 17, Fairbanks30 13

Ketchikan 7, East 4 NL

Juneau 10, West 0 NL

July 14

Chugiak 5, Wasilla 2

July 13

Fairbanks30 18, Fairbanks11 0

Service 10, Bartlett 5

Chugiak 12, Eagle River 0

Dimond 8, Palmer 1

South 12, West 4

July 12

East 11, Eagle River 1

Wasilla 10, Dimond 4

Palmer 17, West 7

July 11

No Games

July 10

Bartlett 5, Kodiak 4

Eagle River 9, Palmer 6

Wasilla 6, Fairbanks30 2

Kodiak 22, Bartlett 12 NL

West 13, South 3 NL - BP Invitational

Kenai 12, Service 3 NL - BP Invitational

Tennessee 14, Hawaii 1 NL - BP Invitational

Chugiak 15, Dimond 5 NL - BP Invitational

Tennessee 7, Kenai 1 NL - BP Invitational Title Game

July 9

Kodiak 13, Bartlett 3

Wasilla 14, Fairbanks11 2

Wasilla 14, Fairbank11 4

Eagle River 14, East 12

Service 14, Dimond 3 NL - BP Invitational

Kenai 8, Chugiak 6 NL - BP Invitational

Tennessee 7, Dimond 0 NL - BP Invitational

Hawaii 3, South 2 NL - BP Invitational 

Tennessee 13, West 1 NL - BP Invitational

Juneau 10, Ketchikan 0 NL

Juneau 13, Ketchikan 7 NL

July 8

Fairbanks30 10, Wasilla 9

Juneau 9, Ketchikan 7

Juneau 5, Ketchikan 4

Hawaii 3, Chugiak 2 NL - BP Invitational

Dimond 5, West 0 NL - BP Invitational

South 5, Kenai 4 NL - BP Invitational

Tennessee 7, Service 3 NL - BP Invitational

Kenai 7, Hawaii 1 NL - BP Invitational

July 7

Tennessee 3, Kenai 2 NL - Bill Miler Wood Bat Tournament Title Game

Kenai 13, Eagle River 3 NL - Bill Miller Wood Bat Tournament

Service 3, West 2 NL - BP Invitational

Chugiak 4, South 3 NL - BP Invitational

July 6

Dimond 6, Hawaii 5 NL

Kenai 6, East 2 NL - Bill Miller Wood Bat Tournament

Tennessee 9, Eagle River 0 NL - Bill Miller Wood Bat Tournament

July 5

Wasilla 17, South 11

Service 13, Hawaii 10 NL

Chugiak 14, Palmer 4 NL

Tennessee 5, East 2  NL - Bill Miller Wood Bat Tournament

East 9, Eagle River 8 NL - Bill Miller Wood Bat Tournament

Tennessee 3, Kenai 0 NL - Bill Miller Wood Bat Tournament

July 4

Independence Day - No Games

July 3

Service 10, East 0

Eagle River 7, West 0F NL

Hawaii 14, Fairbanks11 4 NL - Todd Ryan Tournament

Palmer 7, Fairbanks30 0F NL - Todd Ryan Tournament

Wasilla 15, Hawaii 7 NL - Todd Ryan Tournament Title Game

July 2

South 7, Kenai 2

Chugiak 7, Bartlett 0F

Kenai 14, South 9 NL

Dimond 4, Service 2 NL

Fairbanks30 17, Fairbanks11 6 NL - Todd Ryan Tournament

Hawaii 7, Palmer 6 NL - Todd Ryan Tournament

Wasilla 17, Fairbanks30 5 NL - Todd Ryan Tournament

Palmer 6, Fairbanks11 2 NL - Todd Ryan Tournament

July 1

East 17, Kodiak 7

Eagle River 11, Bartlett 7

East 16, Kodiak 1

Hawaii 11, Fairbanks30 1 NL - Todd Ryan Tournament

Wasilla 11, Fairbanks11 1 NL - Todd Ryan Tournament

Wasilla 10, Palmer 0 NL - Todd Ryan Tournament

June 30

Chugiak 18, Kodiak 1

Chugiak 12, Kodiak 0

Kenai 11, Dimond 10

Kenai 9, Dimond 8 NL

June 29

Wasilla 8, Dimond 0

Eagle River 20, Kodiak 19

East 7, Palmer 3

June 28

Chugiak 19, Ketchikan 2

Chugiak 5, Ketchikan 3

South 13, Service 3

Juneau 12, Bartlett 0

Eagle River 13, West 5

Fairbanks30 11, Fairbanks11 1

June 27

Kenai 17, Kodiak 6

Juneau 11, Service 2

Juneau 2, Service 1

Wasilla 10, West 0

Dimond 5, Eagle River 4 NL

South 12, Ketchikan 7 NL

June 26

Fairbanks11 15, Palmer 8

South 11, Dimond 0

Juneau 14, Eagle River 0

Ketchikan 5, Bartlett 1

Kenai 11, Kodiak 1

Ketchikan 10, Bartlett 0

Kenai 11, Kodiak 0 NL

Fairbanks30 21, Chugiak 11 NL

June 25

West 6, Bartlett 3

Juneau 14, East 4

Juneau 20, East 6

Fairbanks30 20, Palmer 0

Chugiak 7, Fairbanks11 4

Fairbanks30 12, Fairbanks11 6 NL

Chugiak 8, Palmer 5 NL

June 24

Fairbanks11 7, Palmer 0F

Chugiak 6, Fairbanks30 1

South 18, Bartlett 0

Service 6, Ketchikan 1

Service 5, Ketchikan 4

Kenai 11, Wasilla 4

June 20-23

College Coaches Camp - No Games

June 19

Kenai 12, Fairbanks11 5

South 16, Fairbanks30 5

Service 16, Kodiak 3 NL

Wasilla 15, Bartlett 1 NL

Juneau 6, Chugiak 5 NL

Ketchikan 15, Eagle River 1 NL

June 18

Bartlett 7, East 6

Juneau 6, Chugiak 4

Kenai 10, Fairbanks30 0

Dimond 12, West 2

Ketchikan 14, Eagle River 13

Service 14, Kodiak 10

Wasilla 11, Palmer 1

South 15, Fairbanks11 5

Juneau 11, Chugiak 1

Kenai 8, Fairbanks30 3

Ketchikan 9, Eagle River 6

Service 10, Kodiak 2

South 14, Fairbanks11 3

June 17

Fairbanks30 8, East 7

Kenai 15, Fairbanks11 5

Service 15, Kodiak 4 NL

Juneau 6, Chugiak 5 NL

Ketchikan 11, Eagle River 3 NL

June 16

Wasilla 8, South 7

Dimond 14, East 4

Kenai 10, West 0

Kenai 15, West 5 NL

June 15

West 9, Palmer 0F

Wasilla 10, Eagle River 0

Chugiak 7, Service 5

Cincinnati 9, South 4 NL

June 14

Service 9, Bartlett 0F

South 13, Palmer 3

Chugiak 9, Cincinnati 2 NL

June 13

South 21, West 6

Eagle River 14, Bartlett 9

Cincinnati 15, East 2 NL

June 12

West 10, Fairbanks11 6

Kenai 25, East 0

Chugiak 22, Bartlett 1

Service 15, Palmer 2

Wasilla 9, Ketchikan 8 NL

Juneau 13, South 12 NL

Kodiak 10, Dimond 9 NL

June 11

Palmer 14, Bartlett 4

Wasilla 2, Ketchikan 0

Wasilla 17, Ketchikan 2

Fairbanks30 23, West 17

Fairbanks30 28, West 0

Juneau 11, South 3

South 6, Juneau 5

Dimond 5, Kodiak 0

Dimond 8, Kodiak 0

Kenai 6, Chugiak 1

Chugiak 11, Kenai 8 NL

June 10

Fairbanks11 15, West 3

East 14, Chugiak 13

Service 15, Eagle River 5

Dimond 24, Kodiak 5 NL

Wasilla 5, Ketchikan 2 NL

Juneau 11, South 7 NL

June 9

Kenai 13, Palmer 2

Kenai 12, Palmer 8 NL

June 8

East 9, Service 7

Kenai 19, West 4

Wasilla 12, Palmer 4 NL

June 7

Dimond 16, Bartlett 3

Chugiak 14, Eagle River 1

West vs. South, PPD, rescheduled 6/13 TY 6:30pm

June 6

Chugiak vs. East, PPD, rescheduled 6/10 OB 6:30pm

Service vs. Dimond, PPD, rescheduled 7/2 K4 3pm NL

June 3

Dimond 12, Bartlett 1 NL

West 7, Eagle River 6 NL

June 2

East 3, West 0 NL

June 1

Service 15, East 7 NL

May 31 

Service 7, Eagle River 6 NL



Kenai 7, South/Black 0

Kenai 6, South/Black 3

Chugiak 7, South/Gold 0

Kenai 7, South/Gold 3

Kenai 14, South/Gold 4

Kenai 19, Dimond 3

Dimond 6, South/Black 4

Chugiak 10, South/Black 7

Dimond 10, South/Gold 6

Kenai 6, South/Gold 1

Chugiak 7, Dimond 0

Kenai 8, South/Gold 3

Chugiak 15, Fairbanks30 3

Chugiak 15, Fairbanks11 2

Kenai 5, Fairbanks30 3

Kenai 12, Fairbanks11 1

Kenai 6, South/Gold 3

Fairbanks11 12, Chugiak 4

Chugiak 15, South/Gold 4

Kenai 13, Dimond 3

Fairbanks11 15, South/Black 3

Fairbanks30 20, South/Gold 13

Kenai 14, Dimond 4

Kenai 11, Dimond 10

South/Black 7, Fairbanks30 0

Fairbanks30 11, South/Black 10

Fairbanks11 7, South/Gold 6

Fairbanks11 22, South/Gold 9

Kenai 12, Chugiak 1

Kenai 9, Chugiak 8

Kenai 9, Chugiak 2

South/Gold 12, Dimond 8

Kenai 14, Dimond 3

Kenai 20, Dimond 3

Chugiak Wood Bat Tournament

Friday's Scores

South/Gold 12, Dimond 9

South/Black 5, Chugiak 3

South/Gold 6, Fairbanks11 6, tie

Fairbanks30 4, Delta 2 

Kenai 11, Fairbanks11 3

Saturday's Scores

Fairbanks30 11, South/Black 8

South/Black 3, Delta 2

Chugiak 13, Delta 3

Kenai 14, Dimond 4

Kenai 6, South/Gold 3

Chugiak 11, Fairbanks30 1

Fairbanks11 4, Dimond 4, tie

Sunday's Scores

Dimond 5, Delta 1

South/Gold 3, South/Black 2

Chugiak 5, Kenai 2 - tournament championship game

American Legion 2015 Highlights

SE 2015 Tournament Highlights

Past ALB AA Seasons

2015 League Standings
Team Points League
(X) Chugiak Post 33 69 17-1
Juneau Post 25 66 16-2
South Post 4 54 12-6
Dimond Post 21 51 11-7
Valley Post 35/15 51 11-7
Kenai Post 20 51 11-7
Fairbanks Post 11 51 11-7
Fairbanks Post 30 48 10-8
Service Post 28 45 9-9
Kodiak Post 17 45 9-9
Ketchikan Post 3 39 7-11
Eagle River 30 4-14
West Post 1 27 3-15
East Post 34 24 2-16
Barlett Post 29 23 2-16

(X) = State Champion

2014 American Division Standings
Team Points League
Wasilla Post 35 63 15-3
Service Post 28 57 13-5
Dimond Post 21 54 12-6
Juneau Post 25 51 11-7
(X) South Post 4 48 10-8
Ketchikan Post 3 39 7-11
East Post 34 33 5-13
West Post 1 06 0-18

National Division Standings

Team Points League
Chugiak Post 33 57 13-5
Eagle River 57 13-5
Kenai Post 20 54 12-6
Kodiak Post 17 48 10-8
Fairbanks Post 30 45 9-9
Bartlett Post 29 42 8-10
Fairbanks Post 11 32 5-13
Palmer Post 15 21 1-17

(X) = State Champion

2013 League Standings
Team Points League
Wasilla Post 35 76 18-4
Juneau Post 25 73 17-5
South Post 4 70 16-6
(X) Chugiak Post 33 65 14-7-1
Dimond Post 21 59 12-9-1
Service Post 28 55 11-11
Kenai Post 20 55 11-11
Eagle River 52 10-12
Bartlett Post 29 46 8-14
Fairbanks Post 30/11 46 8-14

(X) = State Champion

2012 League Standings
Team Points League
(X) Kenai Post 20 71 17-3
South Post 4 62 14-6
Wasilla Post 35 59 13-7
Dimond Post 21 59 13-7
Fairbanks Post 11 59 13-7
Chugiak Post 33 52 11-9
Service Post 28 50 10-10
Eagle River 41 7-13
East Post 34 35 5-15
Bartlett Post 29 32 4-16
West Post 1 26 2-18

(X) = State Champion