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Ibesate caps big week, helps Jamestown extend win streak

Juneau’s Lance Ibesate had quite the week for the University of Jamestown in North Dakota.

The junior second baseman batted .476 [10-for-21] in six games and hit first college home run as the Jimmies pushed their win streak to 13 games.

Ibesate drove in 6 runs this week and now has 22 RBIs for the season.

He is hitting .383 in 40 games and is one of only four Jamestown players to hit for the cycle on the season.

Ibesate leads the team with 44 hits, 3 triples and 18 stolen bases. He is second with 36 runs.

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

Another outing, another money performance from Karnos

Western Nevada College again turned to Max Karnos of Anchorage out of the bullpen and again he delivered shutout relief.

The sophomore right-handed tossed four goose eggs and earned the winning decision as WNC beat College of Eastern Utah 3-0 in Nevada.

Karnos has been straight money this year.

The 6-foot-4 Alaskan improved to 5-4 and lowered his ERA to 1.81 in 74.1 innings.

Karnos, of South High fame, allowed just two hits and one walk while pitching to contact and trusting his defense to make the plays behind him. He struck out just one batter.

Whatever he’s doing it is working.

Karnos hasn’t allowed an earned run in his last 12.1 innings over three appearances. 

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

Boyer flirts with no-no, settles for 1-hitter for Blue Mountain

A blooper was the only thing that denied Wasilla’s Jonathan Boyer a place among baseball royalty.

The freshman pitcher for Blue Mountain Community College in Washington flirted with a no-no before settling for a 1-hitter in a 13-0 win over Wenatchee Valley during NWAC action.

Boyer carried a no-hitter into the sixth inning before he gave up a soft base hit with one out. The 6-foot-t right-hander faced only 24 batters en route to throwing his first college complete game.

“I got a lot of first-pitch outs that they were swinging at, putting into play and getting out,” Boyer told the East Oregonian.

Boyer started the season in the bullpen and this was just his second appearance where he pitched more than one inning.

He was on a pitch count due to an elbow injury, but that didn’t hold him back.

“The last couple of weeks it’s started to feel pretty good and I’ve just let coach put me to work.”

Boyer, of Colony High fame, improved to 2-0 and lowered his ERA to 0.50 in 18 innings. He has allowed one run in the last month.

He hopes his pitching can make the difference down the stretch as Blue Mountain contends for NWAC playoff berth.

“It’s now or never and I think that’s how everyone is feeling about it,” he said. “If we want to have a chance, it’s time to start tightening up and going for it.”

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

Games moved from Mulcahy to Kosinski fields; check schedule

The outfield grass at Mulcahy Stadium could use a couple extra days to dry, so high school baseball games have been moved next door to the Kosinski fields.

Here is revised field assignments:

Thursday at K4

4:30 PM Service vs. West NL

7 PM East vs. Chugiak NL

Thursday at K3

No games – field closed for maintenance

Friday at K4

4:30 PM Wasilla vs. East NL

7 PM Wasilla vs. Eagle River NL

Friday at K3

3 PM Lathrop vs. South [scrimmage]

6:30 PM Chugiak vs. Service JV

Saturday at K4

10 AM Dimond vs. Chugiak NL

1 PM Colony vs. South NL

4 PM Lathrop vs. Bartlett NL

7 PM Lathrop vs. Service NL

Saturday at K3

10 AM South-Black vs Eagle River JV

1 PM Bartlett vs Dim JV [game moved from Friday]

4 PM West vs South-Gold JV

7:15 PM East vs South-Combo JV 

Anderson gets it done for Centralia as No. 2 starter

Austin Anderson of Anchorage didn't have his A-game, but the A-man still found a way to get Centralia College a win.

The freshman pitcher scattered 10 hits and 5 walks over 7 innings in an 11-2 win over Gray's Harbor in NWAC action in Washington.

Anderson, of East High fame, improved to 2-3 in seven appearances. He lowered his ERA to 4.71 in 34.1 innings.

Earlier this year the left-hander threw a 1-hit shutout to beat second-place Lane, 1-0.

Anderson is the No. 2 starter on the Centralia staff. He leads the team in innings and ranks second in wins, ERA and strikeouts.

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

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High School Baseball

Cook Inlet Conference
Team League
Bartlett 0-0
Chugiak 0-0
Dimond 0-0
Eagle River 0-0
East Anchorage 0-0
Service 0-0
South Anchorage 0-0
West Anchorage 0-0

Monday's NL Scores

South 28, Bartlett 2

West 7, Colony 5

Saturday's NL Scores

Chugiak 8, Dimond 7

South 9, Colony 3

Lathrop 15, Bartlett 4

Service 6, Lathrop 5

Friday's NL Scores

Wasilla 9, East 2

Eagle River 7, Wasilla 6

Thursday's NL Scores

Service 10, West 0 

Chugiak 13, East 1

Wednesday's NL Scores

Dimond 10, Bartlett 0

South 11, Eagle River 0

Mid Alaska Conference
Team League
Delta Junction 0-0
Eielson 0-0
Hutchison 0-0
Lathrop 0-0
Monroe Catholic 0-0
North Pole 0-0
West Valley 0-0

Saturday's NL Scores

Lathrop 15, Bartlett 4

Service 6, Lathrop 5

Eielson 16, Hutchison 1

Eielson 11, Hutchison 4

Friday's NL Scores

Monroe 16, Delta 10

Ketchikan 10, West Valley 3

Southcentral Conference
Team League
Colony 0-0
Cordova 0-0
Homer 0-0
Houston 0-0
Kodiak 0-0
Palmer 0-0
Soldotna 0-0
Valdez 0-0
Wasilla 0-0

Monday's NL Scores

West 7, Colony 5

Saturday's NL Scores

South 9, Colony 3

Friday's NL Scores

Wasilla 9, East 2

Eagle River 7, Wasila 6

Southeast Conference
Team League
Juneau-Douglas 0-0
Ketchikan 0-0
Sitka 0-0
Thunder Mountain 0-0
Wrangell 0-0

Friday's NL Scores

Ketchikan 10, West Valley 3

Thursday's NL Scores

Juneau 4, Thunder Mountain 1

Wednesday's NL Scores

Juneau 2, Thunder Mountain 1


Alaska Legion Baseball

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

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