Juneau Post 25 Clashes with South

    Juneau Auke Bay Post 25 batter Olin Rawson (21) waits for a pitch against South Post 4 during American Legion action at Adair Kennedy Field, Saturday, July 2. (Klas Stolpe/KINY)

    Juneau, Alaska (KINY) - The Juneau Auke Bay Post 25 Midnight Suns American Legion Baseball team split with the South Post 4 Wolverines on Sunday, at Adair Kennedy Field, falling 11-2 and winning 6-5.

      Game statistics were not available by press time. Post 25 will host the West Post 1 Eagles this weekend.

      LEGION AA BASEBALL STANDINGS

    NATIONAL Division

    Team - Points / League / Overall

    Wasilla Post 35 Road Warriors - 36 / 8-4 / 9-9

    South Post 4 Wolverines - 26 / 6-2 / 16-5

    Juneau Post 25 Midnight Suns - 22 / 4-6 / 6-9

    Service Post 28 Cougars - 20 / 4-4 / 11-7

    West Post 1 Eagles - 20 / 3-8 / 5-16

    East Post 34 Thunderbirds - 14 / 1-10 / 4-17

    Fairbanks Post 11 49ers - 12 / 1-8 / 4-11

    AMERICAN Division

    Team - Points / League / Overall

    Eagle River Wolves - 36 / 9-0 / 15-8

    Bartlett Post 29 Golden Bears - 35 / 8-3 / 11-11

    Dimond Post 21 Lynx - 31 / 7-3 / 12-8

    Chugiak Post 33 Mustangs - 30 / 7-2 / 10-9

    Palmer Post 15 Pioneers - 29 / 6-5 / 10-8

    Kenai Post 20 Twins - 28 / 6-4 / 10-8

    North Pole Post 30 Wild - 18 / 3-6 / 6-10

    Ketchikan Post 3 Kings - 13 / 1-9 / 4-10

    This season’s Post 25 roster includes Rory Hayes (#7), Garrison Luben (#16), Kasen Ludeman (#6), Oliver Mendoza (#22), Gavin Millard (#8), Isaiah Nelson (#9), Porter Nelson (#1), Olin Rawson (#21), Kai Schmidt (#17), Landon Simonson (#15), Christian Nelson (#10) and Marcus Underwood (#55). 

      Juneau manager is Chris Dillon, and coaches are Jeremy Ludeman, Joe Tompkins and Jack Schmidt.

      The American Legion AA State Tournament is July 21-26.  American Legion players must be under the age of 19.

    Above - Juneau Auke Bay Post 25 runner Oliver Mendoza (22) slides safely into second base against South Post 4 during American Legion action at Adair Kennedy Field, Saturday, July 2. (Klas Stolpe/KINY)

    Above - Juneau Auke Bay Post 25 first baseman Landon Simonson puts out a South Post 4 runner during American Legion action at Adair Kennedy Field, Saturday, July 2. (Klas Stolpe/KINY)

    Above - Juneau Auke Bay Post 25 base runner Christian Nelson (10) dives back to first base against South Post 4 during American Legion action at Adair Kennedy Field, Saturday, July 2. (Klas Stolpe/KINY)

    Above - Juneau Auke Bay Post 25 batter Porter Nelson connects on a pitch against South Post 4 during American Legion action at Adair Kennedy Field, Saturday, July 2. (Klas Stolpe/KINY)

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