Alaska beats Victoria for Junior Softball crown
Nunaka Valley claimed its first title in five trips by the Alaska champions to the Junior Softball World Series, beating Layritz, B.C., 6-2 in the final Saturday at Everest Park.
KIRKLAND — Alaska is on top of the world in Junior Softball.
Nunaka Valley claimed its first title in five trips by the Alaska champions to the Junior Softball World Series, beating Layritz of Victoria, B.C., in the final Saturday at Everest Park, 6-2.
The tournament is for girls mostly 13 and 14 years old.
Morgan Hill went 2 for 4 with a double, a run and a run batted in for the Anchorage-area Nunaka Valley team (5-1). Hill finished the tournament with a .522 average. Taria Page batted .579 for Nunaka Valley.
In the third-place game, host Kirkland finished 4-1 with a 7-3 win over Latin America. Lisa Nelson got the victory and Tori Bivens went 2 for 4 for Kirkland.
Legion game ppd.
SHELBY, N.C. — Lakeside Recovery of Bellevue, 1-0 in the American Legion World Series, will play Brooklawn, N.J., Sunday morning. The game was postponed Saturday night. Lakeside beat Moline, Ill., 11-5 on Friday.
From web reports.