Goldpanners defeat Seattle Studs for the first time this season

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FAIRBANKS, Alaska - The Alaska Goldpanners wrapped up their four game series against the Seattle Studs over the weekend.
After falling to the Studs in the Midnight Sun Game, the Panners defeated their Pacific Northwestern foes for the first time this year with a 3-1 victory on Saturday Night. ​
The Goldpanners scored all of their runs in the second, third, and fourth innings while the Studs got their lone run of the game in the top of the sixth inning. ​
The three Goldpanner scores were all brought in by different players, with Connor Konishi, Bryant Nakagawa, and Grant DeLappe all finishing with one RBI. ​
Nakagawa also crossed home plate once while Griffin McCormick and Collin Runge also earned a score. ​
Tanner Inouye was credited the win on the mound, pitching 5 innings and only allowing three hits and striking out 8 Seattle Batters. ​
The Studs got their revenge on Sunday Night, defeating the Goldpanners 2-1 in extra innings. ​
Seattle scored first with a run in the second inning, and the Panners tied it up with one of their own in the bottom of the fifth. ​
The score remained the same through the ninth and tenth innings, but the Studs hung up their game winner in the 11th. ​
Brennen Hancock knocked in Gavin Grant for the game-winning run while Anthony Brady earned the win on the mound, pitching four innings and striking out six Goldpanners while only allowing one hit. ​
The only Panner run was scored by Tony Riley. ​
The Studs secured the win in the overall series, winning three out of the four games. ​
The Goldpanners will now be on the road for their next set of games.​
They'll be in British Columbia for the Grand Forks Invitational Tournament.