Sports Briefs

Posted: Monday, July 19, 2010

Twins game postponed

The American Legion Twins and South had their doubleheader postponed on Sunday. The game will now be played at noon at Mulcahy Stadium in Anchorage today. It will be a single, nine-inning game. The game was originally scheduled to be played at Coral Seymour Memorial Park in Kenai, but the Peninsula Oilers will be using the park on Monday and Tuesday, so the game had to be moved to Anchorage.

Twins manager John Butler looked on the bright side of the situation.

"At least we get one more game in at Mulcahy before the state tournament," Butler said.

The state tournament starts at Mulcahy on Friday.

Area rowing clubs compete in Wasilla

Both the Alaska Midnight Sun Rowing Association and the Kenai Crewsers Rowing Club competed at the Moose Nugget Regatta, held on Wasilla Lake on Saturday. Alaska Midnight Sun is based on the central Kenai Peninsula, while the Crewsers are based on the eastern Peninsula.

The Anchorage Rowing Association won the event with 108 points, while Alaska Midnight Sun was second with 73 points and the Crewsers were third with 62 points. Also at the regatta was the Cordova Rowing Club, Princeton University and an independent rower from Wasilla.

The times from the meet are all adjusted according to age handicap.

Alaska Midnight Sun was first (3 minutes, 45.7 seconds) in mixed quad scull; second in women's single scull (4:36.3); second in men's quad scull (3:35.8); second in women's eight (3:55.4); second in men's double scull (4:01.4); first in a combined boat with the Crewsers in women's coxed four (5:09.9); first (4:34.1) and fourth (4:46.4) in men's single scull; first (4:19.9) and fourth (4:58.1) in women's quad scull; first (4:35.5) and third (5:02.8) in mixed double scull; third in women's coxed four (4:48.4); first (4:20.1) and third (4:44.9) in women's double scull; and third in mixed eight (4:07.6).

The Crewsers were third in mixed quad scull (3:50.9); third in women's single scull (4:37.7); first in novice women's eight (4:40.4); first in women's coxless pairs (4:43.0); third in women's eight (4:08.0); third in women's quad scull (4:39.5); first (5:41.6) and second (5:45.2) in recreational women's single scull; second in mixed double scull (4:43.1); second in women's coxed four (4:45.7); second in women's eight (4:22.7); fourth in women's double scull (4:53.6); first in mixed novice coxed four (6:14.9); and fourth in mixed eight (4:11.6).

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