Alaska 20 lost games to South and East on Sunday in Anchorage to see its record drop to 0-4 in nonleague play.
Alaska 20 is the group formerly known as the American Legion Twins. There is no American Legion baseball this year, so the Alliance Baseball League has been formed instead.
Alaska 20 is currently in the nonleague portion of the schedule meant to get ready for league play.
Alaska 20 lost to South 5-2. Mose Hayes got the start and went three innings, giving up two hits and an earned run. Harrison Metz pitched the final three innings and gave up two hits and four runs, none of which were earned.
Three different South pitchers held Alaska 20 to just three hits. Tanner Ussing had two of those hits, while Charles Tappen added a hit. Metz had an RBI.
Alaska 20 fell to East 5-3. Davey Belger pitched four innings for Alaska 20, giving up two unearned runs. Nick Wehrstein pitched the final two innings and give up four hits and three runs.
Alaska 20 got its bats going, cranking out eight hits. Hayes had three hits, while Belger and Sam Berry each had two hits and Jacob Belger added a hit. Hayes had two RBIs, while Sam Berry added an RBI.