Paul Goldschmidt highlighted a six-run fifth inning with a two-RBI double as the Anchorage Bucs rallied to defeat the Bears of California 8-3 Sunday night at Mulcahy Stadium.
Goldschmidt went 3 for 4 at the plate with two doubles.
In the decisive fifth inning, which saw the Bucs overcome a 3-1 deficit, Goldschmidt, Corey Steglich and Kyle Lusson all hit doubles as 10 men came to the plate.
Chad Nading got the start on the mound for the Bucs and threw five innings to get the win. He allowed three runs early before settling down, striking out five.
Kenny Bartz added an RBI double for the Bucs and went 2 for 3.
Two of the Bears coaches were ejected in the bottom of the seventh inning.
The Bucs are back in action Tuesday at Mulcahy.
Miners 1, San Francisco Seals 0
The Miners' Jeremy Erben took a no-hitter into the ninth and Kevin Rodland's solo home run with two outs in the bottom of the eighth inning lifted the Miners to victory.
Erben lost his no-hit bid with one out in the ninth when Andrew Law doubled. He was tagged out trying to stretch it into a triple.
San Francisco's Tim Woodward was a hard-luck loser, giving up three hits, walking none and striking out six in a complete-game effort.
Oilers 4, Southern California Running Birds 2
Leadoff man Garry Kuykendall went 2 for 4 with an RBI as the Peninsula Oilers put up three runs in the first then held on for the win Sunday afternoon.
Jarryd Summers started and allowed two earned runs. Four Oilers relievers pitched five shutout innings.