Zach Mixson is congratulated by his teammates after hitting a solo home run against Sitka.
Sergio Magallanes tracks one of his pitches against Ketchikan.
Matt Greely delivers to the plate
Pat Kohan makes a throw across the diamond against Sitka
The Bears hit .295 as a team with 107 runs scored (5.4 runs per game) while limiting their opponents to just 62 runs on the season (3.1 runs per game).
Sergio Magallanes posted a 3-0 record with a 1.65 ERA and 25 strikeouts in 13 innings pitched. Zach Mixson went 2-0 with an identical 1.62 ERA and recorded 25 strikeouts in 26 Innings and Matt Greely went 3-1 with a 2.76 ERA, while fanning 15 batters in 20 1/3 innings of work.
Mixson also led the team offensively, batting .423, while slugging 4 home runs and adding 27 RBI. Erik Scholl led the team in batting average, hitting .426 while scoring 22 runs and recording 12 RBI of his own. Ryan Gorle swatted 3 home runs and C.J. Keys led the team in stolen bases with 10.
Catcher Chris Dillon catches a foul pop-up off the bat of a Ketchikan batter.
Erik Scholl dives to tag a Ketchikan baserunner.
Third base coach Bill McCauley urges base runner Cody Wolf home against Sitka.