Wasilla sweeps Alaska 20

Wasilla sweeps Alaska 20

Alaska 20 dropped 15-0 and 18-5 decisions to Wasilla on Wednesday at the Kenai Little League fields.

The Twins fell to 1-1 in the Alliance Baseball League and 2-8 overall, while Wasilla moved to 1-0 in the league and 10-0 overall.

In the 15-0 league victory, Wasilla was able to invoke the mercy rule after five innings.

Mose Hayes collected the lone hit for Alaska 20.

Wasilla’s hitters were able to find success against Alaska 20 pitchers Nick Wehrstein and Tanner Ussing.

Clayton Boyett was 3 for 4 with three runs and four RBIs, while Waylon Payne was 3 for 3 with a run and two RBIs. Andre Brown was 2 for 3 with two runs and two RBIs.

In the 18-5 nonleague loss, Wasilla was once again able to end the game after five innings.

Alaska 20 was able to score five runs in the second inning and collect five hits. Hayes, Sam Berry and Jonathan Gregoire had the hits, while Berry had two RBIs and Hayes had one. Davey Belger, Ussing, Dodge Petrosius, Karl Wickstrom and Jackson Duperron had the runs.

Wasilla found success against Alaska 20 pitchers Berry, Petrosius, Charles Tappen and Jonathan Gregoire. Jacob Hansen, Nolan Murphy and Bryce Frazier each had two hits.

Alaska 20 travels to Anchorage to take on South in a 12:30 p.m. Saturday doubleheader, with the first game counting in league play.

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