Wasilla Warriors claim first State Baseball Championship

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FAIRBANKS, Alaska - The State Baseball Championship tournament came to a head on Saturday Night with the title game between the Ketchikan Kings and Wasilla Warriors.
Wasilla won the first Baseball championship in school history with an 8-6 win over the Kings. ​
Kayhi took an early lead but Wasilla rallied back to tie it up at four runs each ofter three innings. ​
In the fourth frame, Wasilla outscored the Kings 4-2 to take a lead that they would never surrender. ​
Both teams were scoreless through the next three innings to secure Wasilla's first ever state championship. ​
Byson Malave led the Warriors on the offensive side with two hits and three RBIs. ​
He also scored once. ​
Carter Huston was credited the win on the mound, pitching 3.2 innings and only allowing 2 hits. ​
He also struck out two batters. ​
The third place game was also held on Saturday. ​
West Anchorage defeated Chugiak in dominant fashion, shutting out the Mustangs 10-0. ​
Luke Langnes went a perfect 3 for 3 at bat with 3 RBIs to lead the West Anchorage offense. ​
Nicholas Opinsky also brought home three runners for the Eagles. ​