Chinooks back in first place



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Adam Humes and Kris Kwak provided the fireworks as Chugiak-Eagle River blasted the Peninsula Oilers 9-1 on Wednesday, July 4 at Coral Seymour Memorial Ballpark in Kenai.

Kwak went 3-for-4 with a home run and 3 RBIs, while Humes homered and drove in four runs.

Kwak currently leads the Alaska Baseball League with five homers, while Humes has driven in a league-high 20 runs.

Clint Manzo gave up just one run on three hits in eight innings of stellar work to earn the win for the Chinooks, who improved to 10-7 in ABL Play.

Chugiak-Eagle River is tied with the Anchorage Glacier Pilots atop the league heading into today's (Thursday, July 5) seoncd of four games against the Oilers in Kenai.

The Chinooks return to Loretta French Park on Tuesday, July 10 against the Oilers at 6 p.m.

Read more about Wednesday night's game at the Peninsula Clarion.

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