• Everett 9, Bucs 3
• Chinooks 6, Glacier Pilots 5
• Goldpanners 7, Midnight Suns 1
• Bucs 13, Miners 6
• Everett 6, Oilers 2
• Goldpanners 7, Midnight Suns 0
• Chinooks at Pilots, late
• Bucs at Miners, 7 p.m., Herman Brothers Field
• Chinooks at Goldpanners, 7 p.m., Growden Park
• Everett at Oilers, 7 p.m., Seymour Park
The Anchorage Bucs flexed their muscles Sunday, pounding out 18 hits, including home runs from Zach Mathieu and Ryan Leonards, in a 13-6 romp over the Mat-Su Miners.
The bottom of the lineup was particularly productive, with No. 8 batter Stephen Wadsworth and No. 9 hitter Leonards combining for five RBIs, four runs and three hits. They did almost all of that in a five-run fourth inning, when Wadsworth belted a three-run double and scored on Leonards' home run.
In Kenai, the Everett Merchants of Washington claimed a 6-2 nonleague win over the Peninsula Oilers, who lost their fourth straight.
Ryan Sells was a home run short of hitting for the cycle, getting a single, double and triple while driving in four runs for Everett. Winning pitcher Alex Shaffer struck out nine and allowed one hit in seven innings.
In a game that ended a little before 1 a.m. Sunday, the Chugiak Chinooks took advantage of two walks and two errors to score three runs in the top of the ninth, a rally that carried them to a 6-5 win over the Glacier Pilots.
Mike Jeffreys struck out 11 and scattered three hits in 71/3 innings for the Chinooks and Jacob Howell earned a save by pitching a 1-2-3 ninth inning.
The win, Chugiak's second straight, gave the Chinooks (5-2 in league games) a share of the ABL lead with the Oilers (7-4). The Bucs and Pilots are both 3-3, the Miners are 2-6 and the Fairbanks Goldpanners are 1-3.
The Goldpanners on Sunday night played their second straight game against the Midnight Suns, an adult-league team from Fairbanks. On Saturday, the Panners took a 7-1 win.