Hot bats, great D, and late-inning heroics

Only a handful of teams still remain undefeated this season

Coed D Division


Alaska Communications stayed on top and undefeated, while Lynden Coed braced Nizich Dental, 9-6, to remain close behind. Nizich did get its first win of the young season with a 15-11 drilling of UAS Coed.

Coed E Division

Ryder Construction HNS entered the night undefeated, but the young guns from AML Hooliguns chopsawed them, 13-6, and then muzzled the Wombats, 6-4. Those oily fishies’ bats have been weir-ed so far this season, but watch out when these little fish get loose. Killer Bees finished the evening off with a triage on Juneau Urgent & Family Care, 14-12, as this division is still really wide open. A doubleheader bee sting this week could turn this whole division around.

Coed F North Division

In the battle of unbeatens, Malia Hayward State Farm chained up the Bad News Bears, 16-4, to stay undefeated and on top. Seabreeze, meanwhile, velvet bagged Valley Liquor Crown Royals, 25-22, but the purple baggers sent the (other) State Farm to a man-made disaster, 20-2. It was not all lost for the underwriters to the (other) State Farm, though, as they got a premium win over Rickey’s Crystal Fish, 12-11. The Crystal Fish weren’t broken, though, as they took down Off the Cuff, 17-7, and threw away the key.

Coed F South Division

The Southern Hemisphere of ‘F’ World still could not be any closer, as one game separates first place from seventh place. McGloven chained up Alaska Towing, 15-7, but Foodland shopped the Mc’s, 13-3. So, just to keep things even, Haz Gas doublebagged Foodland, 14-12, and the Patriots from Mike Hatch Jeep ruined the party (for some) with a 14-13 celebration over Party Fouls. Ballz of Glory had the excitement of the evening though, as they tied the game in the top of the seventh, threw out the potential winning run at the plate in the bottom of the seventh, and then defeated Haz Gas in extra innings, 10-8. It’s packed at the top of that leaderboard.

Coed G North Division

B’Attitudes and Mt. Roberts Traminators remained undefeated through the third week of the season, as the ‘Tudes made believers of Aware, 16-9, and the Pirates, 17-9; then the Pirates showed their buried treasure to the Adder Ups, 19-4. It may have been slippery, but the Traminators greased Reliable Oil, 11-9, to stay even on top. It’s a Tram-‘Tude reckoning this week, with sole top placement the payoff.

Coed G South Division

ASEA Local 52 Summertime Fun stayed on top of the division, but Ball Busters locked down Wells Fargo, 18-13, to stay a game behind. King Brothers made it an official run on the bank, as they, too, held up the stagecoach, 18-14. SRI stayed in the thick of the race as they remodeled the Bartlett Bruisers, 15-8.

Men’s C Division

Team Imperial started the week undefeated. Taku Oil Sales kicked at the bar stool, but to no avail as the boyz from the downtown bar stayed undefeated, 25-10; and then they dynamited the SE Mine Supply Miners, 9-7. The Oilers got back on the truck, though, as they chewed on Timberwolf, 24-7. Any night, any team in this division.

Men’s D Division

Taku Lanes kept rolling strikes, as they knocked down Kappler Computer, 19-6, and slid the Rounders into the gutter, 17-11. Kappler Computers then laptopped the Rounders to finish out the week.

Men’s F North Division

Northern Hot Spots unsaddled the saga of the James Gang, 16-6, and then burned the boyz from the Island Pub. The James Gang climbed back in the saddle, but Lynden shot ‘em down again, 13-12. It was a tough week for the Gang. Kennys Liquor checked all the ID’s, as they bottled up Lynden, 19-4, and then re-stocked the Mudstingers, 21-10. Mudstingers didn’t stay in the dirt for long, though, as they came back to put the double weekly loss on the Island Pubbers, 19-16. This is still any team’s division. Lots of ball still to be played.

Men’s F South Division

The FNBA Caps kept making bank, as the repelled the Base Invaders, 14-12, and then announced an extra fee on the Sons of Pitches, 15-9. Base Invaders came back, though, and attacked Double Ugly’s defenses, finally conquering the ugly ones, 16-11. Tlingit & Haida got double-edged by Double Ugly, 23-2, but they held on for a 21-20 thriller over the Sons.

Women’s C North Division

What a division. Only a game separates these teams from top to bottom, and any team on any night is the mantra. The Replacements got returned twice this week, as the Ladies from Louie’s (Pat’s Douglas Inn) slipped by 12-11, and then the royal ones from downtown, the Imperial Ladies, made it a bar sweep, 7-4. This is a tough division.

Women’s C South Division

Lynden Ladies bombarded Sticks N Stones RB Communications, 16-12, and then put the green thunder on Chicks, 18-17. The storm clouds didn’t clear for Chicks, though, as they were battered by Sticks N Stones RB Communications, 20-15.

Women’s D North Division

Uni Select Auto Plus kept on hammering this week, as they wrenched Merchants Wharf, 8-4, and stayed undefeated.

Women’s D South Division

UAS Women started the week undefeated, but those FNBA Angels banked some good fortune, as they vaulted past UAS, 21-1, and munched the Sand Witches, 10-9. UAS Women went back to class, though, with an 11-1 tutoring of the Sand Witches. It’s all back and forth in this division.

This weekend’s 7th Annual Capital City Coed Classic Tournament at Dimond Park promises to bring more of the same …starting Friday evening and playing into Sunday! Come on out and cheer on some great softball.


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