The Goldpanners once again get a walk-off victory

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FAIRBANKS, Alaska - The Alaska Goldpanners and walk-offs go hand in hand like hot dogs on the 4th of July.
As the Panners squad did it once again, getting a game winning double in the bottom of the ninth.​​
Grant DeLappe hit a walk-off double to bring in Blake Porter for the 6-5 victory over the Coquitlam Angels.​
Alaska was down 5-0 in the sixth, but thanks to four runs they were able to close the gap.​
The Panners didn't even register a hit until the sixth, and they used that momentum to grab the "W".​
DeLappe led the offense with 1 run, 2 hits and 2 RBIs while Zach Johnson only gave up one hit in the final three innings.​
Head Coach Miles Kizer spoke the squad getting the walk-off in the Kamloops International Tournament.​
"It is fun to watch. In the last week or so, just guys coming off the bench, guys coming into the game out of the pen, it has been a next guy up sitiuation. We haven't quit at any point in time, which has been great to see. I mean we just competing. It was huge to see us continue to compete, continue to play, and continue to want to win,"​ said Kizer.
The Goldpanners now prepare for their next game in the group stage, when they take on the Edmonton Cubs tomorrow morning.