Six teams played some Monday Night Baseball

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FAIRBANKS, Alaska - Six teams took to the field last night with the Mid-Alaska Conference tournament starting next week.
We start with the North Pole Patriots who dropped 13 runs in the final two innings against the Monroe Catholic Rams in their 14-3 victory.​
Wyatt Kramer led North Pole with three runs, two hits and six RBIs as Monroe had no answers for Alex Garcia who went the distance with 10 strikeouts through six innings of work.​
Monroe now prepares for the Lathrop Malemutes on Friday, while the Patriots look to keep up their momentum with a match against Lathrop on Saturday.​
Up next was the Delta Junction Huskies taking on the Malemutes.​
Delta got off to a fast start with five runs within the first three innings, which helped them win 5-3.​
Omar Powers led the Huskies with one run, two hits and an RBI, as they weathered Lathrop's rally in the bottom of the sixth.​
Lathrop scored three runs, but it wasn't enough to close the gap.​
And lastly we have the Eielson Ravens and the West Valley Wolfpack.​
The Wolfpack dominated the Ravens through their offense, scoring 10 runs in the opening frame on their way to a 20-3 victory.​
The red and gold had 16 hits on the night, and had five players with multiple RBIs.​
Shaun Conwell led the Wolfpack with four runs, one hit and two RBIs, while Andrew Troppman dominated from the mound with eight strikeouts.​
The Wolfpack now face the Hutchison Hawks on Saturday, while the Ravens face Delta on the weekend.