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Juneau loses 10-6 at NWCART in final game for Coach Macaulay

Juneau Post 25 outhit the Fremont Silverwolves and matched the Utah team run for run for the first seven innings before losing an elimination game at the Northwest Class A Regional Tournament in Logan, Utah.

In a back and forth game that saw the lead change hands several times, Fremont finally pulled away in the eighth inning to post a 10-6 victory over the Southeast Alaska team. 

It was the final game for manager Andy Macaulay, who stepped down after coaching the Legion AA team for three seasons and serving as the Midnight Suns Baseball Club since 2006.

Macaulay, a coach of the year winner, compiled a 70-29 record with Juneau and led Post 25 to the NWCART in each of the last two years and won three games.

This year his team went 1-2 and finished fifth.

Juneau led today’s game 3-2 before Utah went ahead 4-3. Finn Collins hit into a fielder’s choice to score RJ Markovich and tie it at 4-4.

Utah went up 7-4 in the top of the sixth before Michael Cesar’s line drive up the middle scored Jacob Dale and Matt Cunningham in the bottom half to make it 7-6. 

Juneau outhit Utah 13-12.

Markovich started and pitched six innings. Jacob Thibodeau threw the final three.

Markovich, Collins and Jake Tanner each doubled and combined for eight hits and four RBIs.

Macaulay addressed his team the final time after the game.

“I told them that it was a privilege to coach them and I’m excited to see where they go from here,” he said. “I told them that the way they can thank me is by paying it forward later in their life; get involved in their community and be a positive role model to the kids.”

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

Juneau wins, Kenai loses on Day 1 of NWCART in Utah

Kasey Watts and Alex Muir hit back-to-back doubles in the ninth inning to lift Juneau Post 25 to victory on opening day of the Northwest Class A Regional Tournament in Logan, Utah.

Juneau posted a 3-2 victory over the Nampa Braves of Idaho to advance in the winner’s bracket of the double-elimination American Legion tournament.

Alaska’s other team, Kenai Post 20, wasn’t as fortunate and lost 14-4 to the Cody Cubs of Wyoming.

Juneau [27-4] got strong pitching, defense and hitting – all the key ingredients to having postseason success.

“Very proud how well they played together in such a close game,” Juneau manager Andy Macaulay told me. “Very proud of my boys.”

Juneau took a 2-0 lead in the third inning after RJ Markovich delivered a two-run double. That scored Jacob Thibodeau and Matt Cunningham, who had both singled.

Starting pitcher Nathan Klein was his usually awesome self and carried a shutout into the seventh inning.

Alaska’s most dominant pitcher, Klein has carved up the competition this year with a 9-1 record and 0.88 ERA. He didn’t factor into the decision, but struck out 13 batters in 6.2 innings of work.

“Nathan dominated the first five innings, then it got real muggy and he started to fade in the seventh,” Macaulay said.

Klein was pulled in favor of Markovich, who pitched 1.1 innings and picked up the win in relief.

Thibodeau closed it out in the ninth for the save.

The three pitchers combined for 17 Ks.

Markovich, who won the Big Stick Award at the state tournament, continued to tear the cover off the ball.

“RJ is still crushing,” Macaulay said. “He hit a shot about 370,380 [feet] to right center only to be robbed by their centerfielder with a ‘SportsCenter’ highlight diving catch.”

Juneau will play again Saturday at 5:30 ADT against the winner between the Bitterroot Rex Sox of Montana and host Logan, Utah.

Kenai will also play Saturday, facing the Fremont Silverwolves of Utah at 7:30 a.m. ADT. 

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

Chugiak out at Regionals; Kenai, Juneau start NWCART Friday

The Chugiak Post 33 Legion AA team was eliminated from the Northwest Regional after its second loss in Cheyenne, Wyoming.

Bellevue [WA] struck early and often en route to a 20-2 victory at Powers Field.

The Washington state champions scored 12 runs in the first three innings and banged out a total of 17 hits.

Chugiak was never in this one, maybe a result of lingering disappointment over yesterday's 9-5 loss to Gillette [WY] after blowing a 4-0 lead.

The six errors didn't help.

Vander Lekites went 2-for-3 with an RBI and Blake Kutch was 1-for-2 with an RBI.

State tournament MVP Charlie Bucolo collected a pair of base hits.

Chugiak finished the Legion season with a 29-5 record.

The postseason is over for Chugiak, but it's just beginning for Kenai Post 20 and Juneau Post 25.

Those teams begin play Friday in the Northwest Class A Regional Tournament in Logan, Utah.

Juneau, Alaska's No. 2 team in the tournament, plays Idaho at 10:30 ADT.

Kenai, the state runnerup is Alaska's No. 1 team, takes on Wyoming at 2:30 p.m.

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

Gillette [WY] beats Chugiak on Day 1 of Northwest Regional

A weather delay doomed Chugiak Post 33 on Day 1 of the Legion AA Northwest Regional in Cheyenne, Wyoming.

The Mustangs built an early lead before a lightning and rain storm caused the game to be delayed for more than an hour.

When the game resumed Gillette [WY] stole the momentum and went on to win 9-5 in the first round of the double-elimination tournament.

Chugiak matched Gillette hit for hit - each team had 10 - and committed fewer errors; Chugiak had two compared to six for Gillette.

Zach Bohrer and Alex Hess each had two hits and an RBI. Vander Lekites also had two hits and Jake Kindred also drove in a run.

The Alaska state champions will play Bellevue [WA] tomorrow morning in an elimination game.

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

Klein has 16 Ks as Juneau beats Service for final NWCART berth

Juneau 5, Service 1

Remarkable right-handed pitcher Nathan Klein fired a 4-hitter with 16 strikeouts to lift Juneau Post 25 over Service Post 28 at Mulcahy Stadium.

The game featured the third-place finisher from state [Juneau] and the Matson Invitational champion [Service] in a postseason qualifier.

The game would decide which third Alaska team would travel to to a regional tournament.

Juneau's victory assured manager Andy Macaulay's team a trip to the Northwest Class A Regional Tournament [NWCART], which starts later this week in Logan, Utah.

Klein struck out 16 of 32 batters faced and threw a total of 124 pitches.

Juneau's JR Markovich, Tod Baseden and Bryce Swofford each drove in runs.

Juneau managed just three hits off Service starter Cobey Cupp in 4.2 innings. Reliever Raleigh Pigg pitched 3.1 hitless innings with five strikeouts.

But they issued 10 walks.

Jaren Childs had the lone RBI for the Cougars.

Juneau will join Kenai Post 20 at the NWCART in Utah. State champion Chugiak Post 33 will go to Cheyenne, Wyoming, for the Northwest Regional in the first step toward qualifying for the Legion World Series.

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

Lanier, Bucolo lead Chugiak Post 33 to Legion state championship


Chugiak 6, Kenai 0

They call him Jimmy, but he might as well go by 'Big Game James' Lanier.

The Chugiak Post 33 right-handed pitcher rose to the occasion once again, this time pitching a 3-hit shutout over Kenai Post 20 to highlight a 6-0 victory in the championship game of the Legion AA State Tournament at Mulcahy Stadium.

Lanier was marvelous on the mound and got lots of help from his friends, especially second baseman Charlie Bucolo.

Bucolo crushed a 3-run home run to left field in the third inning that pushed the lead to 4-0.

It was the second bomb in two games for Bucolo, who batted .444 with two HRs and eight RBIs in the tournament to collect Most Valuable Player honors.

With the win, No. 1 Chugiak improved to 29-3 and will represent Alaska at the Northwest Regional next week in Cheyenne, Wyoming.

Kenai is going to the Northwest Class A Regional in Logan, Utah, which also starts next week.

This was Chugiak's eighth Legion state championship in school history, ranking second on Alaska's all-time list. East has the most with 10.

The Mustangs controlled the title game in every aspect.

Lanier, who took the tournament's Top Pitcher award, was rock solid until a little hiccup in the ninth inning when he loaded the bases on two walks and a hit batsman.

He pitched 15.1 innings over two appearances at state and finished 2-0 with a 1.76 ERA.

Lanier has been huge all year - he was the winning pitcher when Chugiak won the high school state title and again when Chugiak beat Castroville, Texas, during the BP Invitational.

Offensively, Bucolo went yard and Jake Kindred, Zach Brueggemann and Sam Hanson collected RBIs.

Brueggemann doubled off the left-field wall, missing a home run by five feet.

The all-star right fielder also threw out a runner at first base on a rare 9-3 putout. Chugiak also picked off a runner at second base and got another out on the base paths in a rundown.

Doug Henie's Chugiak club is now 44-7 since high school.

Kenai deserves a lot of credit. Not only did the No. 6 Twins win five consecutive elimination games to reach the championship game, but they beat Chugiak 7-6 earlier in the day to force an if-necessary game.

In the first game, Kenai jumped to a 7-2 lead before hanging on for dear life after escaping a bases-loaded, no-out jam in the ninth inning.

Kyle Johnson picked up the win and Justice Miller got the save. Johnson limited Chugiak's hot bats to just two hits over five innings of work. Johnson finished the tournament with a 0.75 ERA in 12 innings.

Miller was one of his team's best players the entire week and won the tournament's Gold Glove award.

Juneau's RJ Markovich won the tournament's Big Stick award after hitting .400 with five RBIs and five extra-base hits in four games.

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

Service beats Ketchikan for Matson Invitational title

Matson Invitational Title Game

Service 8, Ketchikan 3

Ronan Klancher and Derek Scoggins each had three hits and two RBIs as [9] Service beat [11] Ketchikan 8-3 in the championship game of the Matson Invitational at Bartlett High School.

Service broke free of a 2-2 tie by scoring three times in the fourth inning. The Post 28 Cougars sealed the deal with a three-run ninth inning.

Pitchers Jake Wasson and Nick Hall combined on a 7-hitter and limited Ketchikan to just one run over the final seven innings.

Daltin Johson and Wasson each had two hits as Service banged out 12 on the day, including doubles by Luke Giffen and Wasson.

Ketchikan's Shawn Sande drove in two runs, including an RBI single in the seventh inning that made it 5-3.

Luke Jones and Casey Hendricks had two hits apiece.

Service manager Willie Paul's team will now face state third-place finisher Juneau Post 25 on Sunday at 6:30 p.m. at Mulcahy Stadium. The winner of that game will receive Alaska's second berth to the Northwest Category A Regional Tournament [NWCART] Aug. 7-11 in Logan, Utah.

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

Matson Invitational Individual Awards

Gold Glove

#24 LJ Felix 21 for 22 .957 fielding percentage West Post 1 

Top Pitcher

#5 Balas Buckmaster 11 2/3 IP 1-0 1 ER 0.77 ERA 8 Ks East Post 34 

Big Stick

#1 Spencer Erikson 4 runs 2 2B 4 RBI 3BB 3 HBP .333 BA .478 OBP Ketchikan Post 3 


#23 Ronan Klancher 5 runs 1 3B 6 RBI 2 SB .428 BA .466 OBP Service Post 28 

Chugiak vs. Kenai to square off for Legion AA title Saturday

The Alaska Legion AA Baseball State Tournament seems like 2012 all over again.

Chugiak Post 33 advances to championship game unbeaten, while Kenai Post 20 battled through the loser's bracket to reach the final.

Kenai won the title that year.

We will see which team walks away with the 2015 trophy Saturday afternoon. No. 1 Chugiak will face No. 6 Kenai at 3 p.m. at Mulcahy Stadium. There is an if-necessary game scheduled for 6:30 p.m.

Chugiak swept Kenai in all three games during the regular season, including two league games, 6-3 and 11-9. 

Let's take a closer look at both teams:

Chugiak Post 33

The top-seeded Mustangs are 28-2 this season and have been the best baseball team in Alaska since high school. Chugiak won the ASAA state title in June and clinched the No. 1 seed after having the best record in Legion AA this summer.

Head coach Doug Henie's team has won 39 of its last 43 games.

The Mustangs are 3-0 in the state tournament after beating No. 8 Fairbanks 30, No. 5 Valley and No. 2 Juneau.

Chugiak has a .323 team batting average during the tournament and a 1.67 team ERA.

Picking an all-star on Chugiak is like picking a dandelion - they are everywhere.

Kenai Post 20

The sixth-seeded Twins [22-11] are a resilient group, having won four consecutive elimination games to reach Saturday.

They were especially effective Friday, winning consecutive games over No. 3 South and No. 2 Juneau by one run. In fact, both victories were courtesy of a bases-loaded walk.

Kenai's batting stats don't jump off the page, but that doesn't mean they are easy outs.

They are actually tough as nails. 

The Twins take pitches, work the count and wear down a pitching staff with base on balls. Kenai batters have walked 29 times, more than any team in the state tournament.

Past Legion State Champions

10 – East Post 34 [1974, 1979, 1980, 1982, 1988, 1992, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006]

7 – Dimond Post 21 [1986, 1987, 1999, 2000 2002, 2010, 2011]

7 – Chugiak Post 33 [1989, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1998, 2008, 2013]

4 – Fairbanks Post 11 [1970, 1973, 1975, 1978]

3 – Kenai Post 20 [1991, 1995, 2012]

3 – South Post 4 [2007, 2009, 2014]

3 – West Post 1 [1967, 1968, 1977]

2 – Bartlett Post 29 [1972, 1981]

2 - Juneau Post 25 [1983, 1984]

2 – Service Post 28 [1991, 2001]

1 – Kodiak Post 17 [1985]

1 – Wasilla Post 35 [1990]

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

Day 4 recap for State Tournament/Matson Invitational


GM12 Kenai 4, South 3, 11 innings

Jacob Sonnen drew a two-out walk with the bases loaded to plate the winning run as No. 6 Kenai outlasted No. 3 South in 11 innings in an elimination game.

Thomas Bowe homered and picked up the win with three innings of relief pitching.

Josh Darrow and Calvin Hills also drove in runs for Kenai, which avenged a first-round loss to South.

South's Sladen Mohl homered and was one of four players to get two hits; Maximilian Costello, Jonny Homza and Trevor McGinnis were the others.

Costello, Homza and Mohl had RBIs.

Both starters pitched wonferfully but neither factored in the decision. Kenai's Matthew Daugherty and Parker Johnson each went eight innings and allowed three earned runs.

South, the defending state champion, was eliminated and finished fourth in the tournament.

GM13: Kenai 3, Juneau 2

Playing its second straight game - just hours after going extra innings - No. 6 Kenai showed little fatigue and scored the winning run in the eighth inning to knock out No. 2 Juneau.

Josh Darrow walked with the bases loaded and two outs to score Michael Swoboda with the winning run.

Swoboda led off the eighth with a walk and was sacrificed to second with a bunt. Jacob Sonnen, the hero for the Twins in the earlier game, walked to load the bags.

It was Kenai's second win of the day via a bases-loaded walk.

Justice Miller pitched three perfect innings of relief to get the win. Starter Tyler Covey tossed six effective innings.

Nathan Klein and Tod Baseden drove in runs for Juneau, which tied the game at 2-2 in the third inning.

Juneau starter Finn Collins allowed three hits and two runs over six innings.

Juneau was eliminated from the tournament and finished third.

Kenai advanced to Saturday's state championship game against No. Chugiak.


Friday at Mulcahy Stadium

[6] Kenai 5. [3] South 4 - elimination game

[6] Kenai 3, [2] Juneau 2 - elimination game

Saturday at Mulcahy Stadium

3pm [6] Kenai Post 20 vs. [1] Chugiak Post 33 - championship game

6:30pm If-necessary game


West 5, East 2

Sean Duffy was brilliant on the mound and combined with reliever Declan Dammeyer for a 2-hitter as No. 13 West beat No. 14 East in an elimination game.

Duffy allowed just one hit over seven innings of work. He struck out 11 and walked just three. Only one run he allowed was earned.

West scored single runs in the second, third and fourth innings to build a 3-0 lead.

East got within 3-1 in the fifth before West responded with two runs in the bottom half of the inning.

Joseph Quinn drove in two runs for West. Dillon Oberly doubled, scored a run and collected an RBI.

East was eliminated from tournament action.

Ketchikan 6, West 5

Spencer Erickson scored the winning run and Austin Erickson was the winning pitcher as No. 11 Ketchikan edged No. 13 West in a loser-out game.

Spencer Erickson led off the seventh inning with a double, went to third on a wild pitch and scored on Luke Jones's bunt.

Ketchikan's Jacob Shay, Kadin Hallstrom, Casey Hendricks and Trevan Scott all drove in runs for the Kings.

Austin Erickson came in relief in the fourth inning and pitched the final five innings, allowing four hits and just one run.

Dyson Dammeyer went 2-for-2 with a run and RBI  for West. Teammates Declan Dammeyer, Joseph Quinn, Sean Smith and Luis Montilla also had RBIs.

West was eliminated from the tournament.

Ketchikan advanced to Saturday's Matson Invitational championship game against No. 9 Service at 10 a.m. at Bartlett High School.


Friday at Bartlett High School

 [13] West 5, [14] East 2 - elimination game

.[11] Ketchikan 6, [13] West 5 - elimination game

Saturday at Bartlett High School

10am Ketchikan Post 3 vs. [9] Service Post 28 - championship game

1pm If-necessary game

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

Day 3 recap for State Tournament, Matson Invitational


GM9: Kenai 6, Valley 3

Joey Becher tossed six shutout innings and Kenneth Griffin tripled and scored twice as No. 6 Kenai doubled up No. 5 Valley in an elimination game.

Jake Conver went 3-for-4 with a pair of RBIs and Griffin and Justice Miller each drove in single runs. Josh Darrow had two hits and two stolen bases.

Becher scattered three hits and seven walks. He struck out six. Thomas Bowe got the final four outs for the save.

The Valley's Buddy Dale collected three of his team's seven hits. Cooper McLaughlin, Dalton McHugill and Joshua Finch drove in runs for the Twins.

The Valley was eliminated and finished sixth in the tournament.

GM10: South 6, Dimond 1

Jonny Homza fired a 2-hitter over seven shutout innings of work to lift No. 3 South over No. 4 Dimond in an elimination game.

Homza was lights out on the bump, issuing no walks and striking out four.

He swung the ball well, too, banging out two hits with a run and RBI.

Tommy Koloski went 3-for-4 with two runs and an RBI.

Dimond's Joe Fitka homered in the ninth off Lian Lincoln.

The Lynx finished with five hits, with Noah Alexander getting two of them.

Dimond was eliminated and finished fifth in the tournament.

GM11: Chugiak 13, Juneau 5

Jake Kindred's two-run double in the fourth inning capped a five-run rally that carried No. 1 Chugiak past No. 2 Juneau in a winner's bracket game.

Trailing 4-0, Chugiak scored five straight runs with two outs to take the lead. Juneau tied it in the sixth but Chugiak again responded with a three spot in the bottom half.

Chugiak put the game away with four runs in the eighth, earning a spot in Saturday's state title game.

The teams came into the game with a 52-4 combined record.

Chugiak's Sam Hanson drove in three RBIs and four other players finished with 1 RBI.

Juneau outhit the Mustangs 10-7, with JR Markovich's 4-for-5 leading the way. He also scored a run and drove in two.


Thursday at Mulcahy Stadium

[6] Kenai 6, [5] Valley 3 - elimination game

[3] South 6, [4] Dimond 1 - elimination game

[1] Chugiak 13, [2] Juneau 5 - winner's bracket


West 11, Bartlett 3

Sean Smith pitched eight strong innings as No. 13 West beat No. 15 Bartlett to survice in the loser's bracket.

Smith allowed seven hits and three runs while striking out eight. He also collected an RBI with the bat.

LJ Felix, Sean Duffy and Joseph Quinn each had two RBIs.

Eight of nine West starters got a hit.

Bartlett's Halquay Haoli had two hits, two stolen bases and an RBI.

Bartlett was eliminated from tournament play.

East 11, Eagle River 1

Ryan Solberg went 2-for-4 with four RBIs as No. 14 East ran away from No. 12 Eagle River in a loser-out game.

East amassed 10 hits and scored four times in the third inning, twice in the sixth and three more in the eighth.

Starter Balas Buckmaster went the whole way; the game was called after eight innings due to mercy rule.

He allowed just four hits, although he walked six. He struck out five.

Buckmaster also scored three times and finished 1-for-3.

Eagle River's Cody Keith drove in his team's lone run. Pete Kott went 2-for-3 and scored the run.

The loss knocked Eagle River out of the tournament.

Service 10, Ketchikan 6

The top of the lineup collected six of eight hits and drove in all six runs as No. 9 Service beat No. 11 Ketchikan 10-6 in a winner's bracket game.

Hitters Nos. 1-4 Ronan Klancher, Raleigh Pigg, Nick Hall and Derek Scoggins were the hitters that did the most damage.

Pigg and Hall each had two hits and two RBIs. Daltin Johson scored three times.

Service built a 5-0 lead only to see Ketchikan get within 5-4 in the top of the fourth inning.

By the bottom of the fourth ended, though, Service pushed its lead back to a comfortable margin at 9-4.

Ketchikan's Spencer Erickson went 2-for-5 with three RBIs. Tony Tocco delivered a pair of RBIs.

Service advance to Saturday's championship game.


Thursday at Bartlett High School

[13] West 11, [15] Bartlett 3 - elimination game

[14] East 11, [12] Eagle River 1 - elimination game

[9] Service 10, [11] Ketchikan 6 - winner's bracket

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

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2015 Legion AA Standings

Team Points League
**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
Bartlett Post 29 23 2-16

Points: 4 Win 2 Tie 1 Loss 0 Forfeit
Each team plays 18 league games [top 8 advance to State Tournament; the rest Matson Lines Invitational]

**State champion


2015 High School Standings

Cook Inlet Conference
Team League

Championship Group




**South Anchorage 8-2
Dimond 6-4
Service 4-6

Consolation Group




Eagle River 5-5
West Anchorage 2-8
East Anchorage 2-8

Each team played 10 league games

$State champion

#Conference champion

**Qualfied for ASAA State Tournament

Mid Alaska Conference
Team League
**#Lathrop 10-0
**West Valley 8-2
North Pole 5-5

Monroe Catholic

Delta Junction 1-9
Eielson 1-9

Each team played 10 league games in the regular season

**Qualified for ASAA State Tournament

Southcentral Conference
Team League
**#Wasilla 9-1
Colony 8-2
**Kodiak 8-2
Soldotna 5-5
Homer 5-5
Palmer 4-6
Kenai 1-9
Houston 0-10

Each team played 10 league games in regular season

#Conference champion

**Qualified for ASAA State Tournament

Southeast Conference
Team League
**Juneau-Douglas 10-2
**#Ketchikan 9-3
Sitka 6-6
Thunder Mountain 3-9
Petersburg 2-10

Each team played 12 league games in regular season

#Conference champion

**Qualified for ASAA State Tournament

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2014 Alaska Legion AA American League

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
**South Post 4 48 10-8
Ketchikan Post 3 39 7-11
East Post 34 33 5-13
West Post 1 06 0-18

**State champion

Alaska Legion AA National League

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

2013 Legion AA Standings

Team Points League
Wasilla Post 35 76 18-4
Juneau Post 25 73 17-5
South Post 4 70 16-6
**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

**State champion

2012 Legion AA Standings

Team Points League
**Kenai Post 20 71 17-3
South Post 4 62 14-6
Wasilla Post 35 62 14-6
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

**State champion