Ketchikan Post 3's string of six games in three days didn't necessarily go as hoped, as the hometown American Legion baseball team dropped all six matchups earlier this week while in Anchorage. But Post 3 certainly got its money's worth, playing back-to-back games, three consecutive days.
That's a lot of baseball.
Ketchikan closed out its trip with a doubleheader against Wasilla Post 35 on Wednesday, falling 10-7 in the first game, and 7-4 in the second game.
Here are game recaps from Wednesday's twin bill:
Ketchikan and Wasilla were knotted up after one inning in Game 1 of Wednesday's twin bill. 
But it wasn't scoreless — it was 4-4.
The two teams split eight runs in the opening frame, and both ball clubs scored in the third inning, as well. But Wasilla put up another four-spot in the fourth, and kept Ketchikan at bay the rest of the way, en route to its 10-7 win.
The first seven batters in Ketchikan's lineup scored, as Colby Hanchey, Bubba Williams, Terik Brown, Trevor Sayer, McKinley Hamilton, Thomas Kroscavage and Hayden Trudeau all crossed the dish. 
Both Brown and Trudeau had multi-hit games, as Post 3 scored its seven runs on 10 hits. Brown tallied two base knocks, and Trudeau finished the game 3-for-4. Trudeau also had three RBIs. 
Ketchikan starting pitcher Jonathan Scoblic tossed all six innings against Wasilla, as Post 35 didn't have to bat in the bottom of the seventh. 
Down 10-5, Ketchikan plated two runs in the top half of the seventh inning, but it wasn't enough to force another frame.
Scoblic threw 99 pitches — 54 for strikes. He struck out three and walked five, as Wasilla scored its 10 runs on just six hits. 
Only half of Wasilla's runs were earned, as Ketchikan committed five fielding errors in the ballgame.
Despite out-hitting Wasilla, Ketchikan was unable to drive in as many runs as Post 35, and dropped the second matchup of Wednesday's twin bill, 7-4.
Ketchikan tallied a dozen base hits in the ballgame. Wasilla had eight. 
Post 3's McKinley Hamilton finished the day 4-for-4, with four singles, and Hayden Trudeau and Thomas Kroscavage also had multi-hit games. 
In addition to going 2-for-3, Kroscavage also had two RBIs. Trudeau was 2-for-4, and ripped Ketchikan's only extra-base hit. He also tallied an RBI. Trevor Sayer also drove in a run.
Eleven of Ketchikan's 12 base hits were singles 
On the flipside, three of Wasilla's eight base hits went for extra bases, as Post 35 made the most of its opportunities.
Ketchikan led 4-2 after four innings, chalking up one run in each of the first four frames. But Wasilla drove in four runs in the top of the fifth, and tacked on one more in its share of the seventh, for its 7-4 lead.
Ketchikan had base runners in the latter innings, but was unable to push anyone across the plate. Post 3 stranded 10 base runners. Wasilla left 12 on base.
Trudeau tossed the entire game, throwing 146 pitches through seven innings of work. He split the number evenly, with 73 balls and 73 strikes. He struck out five and walked nine.
Although the rest of June is relatively quiet on Post 3's schedule, as Ketchikan is not lined up to play another game the rest the month, July will start with a bang, as Ketchikan will play eight home games in the first 11 days.
Post 3 will host Chugiak Post 33 over the Fourth of July weekend.
The teams will open the series on Saturday, July 2, starting at noon. Chugiak and Ketchikan will play a doubleheader on Sunday, July 3, with games beginning at 1 p.m. and 3:30 p.m., and the four-game series will end on Monday, July 4, with a noon first-pitch time.
Ketchikan also will host Dimond Post 21 for a four-game series from Saturday, July 9 to Monday, July 11.
*Stats for Wednesday's doubleheader are courtesy of