A quick update on a busy July tournament schedule. ConocoPhillips is holding a nine-hole scramble Friday. Play will start at 8 a.m. We anticipate having the golf course open for regular play around 10 a.m.
Race No. 1 of the Salmon Run Series kicked off Wednesday evening at the Tsalteshi Trails in Soldotna.
Jonah Theisen of Kenai edged Sam Tilly for the win by a second in the five-kilometer race, winning with a time of 17 minutes, 3 seconds.
The Peninsula Oilers secured a dramatic 9-3 Alaska Baseball League victory over the Anchorage Bucs after 14 innings Wednesday night at Mulcahy Field.
The Oilers (11-8) increased their lead in the ABL American League to 3 1-2 games over the Bucs (7-11).
In a rare occurrence in baseball, the Legion AA Twins were handed a 4-4 loss by East on the second day of the Bill Miller Big Fish Wood Bat Tournament, Wednesday morning at Coral Seymour Memorial ballpark in Kenai.
Bird Homestead's golf course has been in particularly great condition. You would think you are golfing in California with how beautiful the greens and fairways are. Take the nice scenic drive 11.8 miles down Funny River road to see for yourself.
The American Legion Twins lost their first two games in the Bill Miller Big Fish Wood Bat Tournament on Tuesday at Coral Seymour Memorial Park in Kenai.
The Twins take on East of Anchorage today at 9 a.m. at Seymour Park.
I would like to thank Rich Edwards for putting together an outstanding Red, White, and Blue Tournament for the Fourth of July! Doug Jung, thanks for providing morning snacks. I need to set the stage.
Going in to the last hole which was No.
The bats came alive Tuesday evening at Mulcahy Field in Anchorage, as the Anchorage Bucs blanked the Peninsula Oilers in a 9-0 win, knocking out 12 hits along the way in the Alaska Baseball League divisional contest.