Frontier Gifts wins at Dustball tournament in Whitehorse

Juneau’s Frontier Gifts won the Women’s Division 3 title at the Dustball Invitational Slo-Pitch Tournament in Whitehorse.

The tournament began on Thursday, July 12 and lasted until Sunday, July 15. The event featured 65 different teams playing in 10 different divisions. Frontier Gifts, which includes 73-year-old pitcher Linda Taylor, also won their division at the tournament last year.

Tournament Results

Co-ed A

1. Great West Grizzlies (Whitehorse)

2. The Jays (Whitehorse)

3. BLC Knights (Whitehorse)

Co-ed B

1. HUB International (Whitehorse)

2. Jim Shockey Predators (Whitehorse)

3. Whitehorse Massage Therapy Tenderizers (Whitehorse)

Co-ed C

1. Nagota (Whitehorse)

2. Floor by Floor Rugburns (Whitehorse)

3. Westcoast Warriors (Whitehorse)

Co-ed D

1. Yukon Tire Mechanical Happy’s Hobos (Whitehorse)

2. Cardinal Contracting Cardinals (Whitehorse)

3. FHP Ballwhackers (Whitehorse)

Men’s A

1. P & M Recycling Guns (Whitehorse)

2. Chico’s Bail Bonds (Skagway, Alaska)

3. Brewers (Whitehorse)

Men’s B

1. Fountain Tire Mudders (Whitehorse)

2. Rounders (Juneau, Alaska)

3. River Rats (Whitehorse)

Men’s C

1. Kaska Bears (Whitehorse)

2. Mayo Volunteer Fire Department (Mayo)

3. Wolverines (Whitehorse)

Women’s A

1. Klondike Rib & Salmon RBI’s (Whitehorse)

2. AFD Titans (Whitehorse)

3. RRR (Fort McPherson, N.W.T.)

Women’s B

1. Booster Juice (Whitehorse)

2. Skagway Ladies Rock (Skagway, Alaska)

3. G & R Diamond Diva’s (Whitehorse)

Women’s C

1. Frontier Gifts (Juneau, Alaska)

2. Triple J’s Cougars (Whitehorse)

3. Dave’s Cleaning Crew (Whitehorse)

More in News

A sign on a city bus urges the use of face coverings, but following an ordinance passed by the City and Borough of Juneau Assembly, all passengers will now be required to wear masks on buses and while using other city facilities. Friday, May 29, 2020. (Peter Segall | Juneau Empire)
Face coverings now required on buses, in city facilities

Masks will be provided for those who cannot afford them.

Juneau City Hall on Monday, March 30, 2020. (Peter Segall | Juneau Empire)
Finance committee votes to hold line on property tax

“Projects will still go on. Services will still go on.”

Police calls for Friday, May 29, 2020

This report contains public information available to the Empire from law enforcement… Continue reading

Police calls for Thursday, May 28, 2020

This report contains public information available to the Empire from law enforcement… Continue reading

Police calls for Wednesday, May 27, 2020

This report contains public information available to the Empire from law enforcement… Continue reading

Michael S. Lockett | Juneau Empire 
                                Henry Williams runs from Douglas to the Mendenhall Valley on Memorial Day to honor dead service members, including his relative, Air Force Tech Sgt. Leslie Dominic Williams, who died in Afghanistan in 2011.
Memorial Day passes quietly amid coronavirus concerns, damp weather

People found their own ways to honor the hallowed dead.

Archie (center), Ella (left) and Arrow (right) enjoy the dog-friendly Field 2 in Melvin Park on April 26, 2020. The field, Dimond Park, and the grassy area on top of Gold Street are all closed to dogs indefinitely due to a rising amount of unremoved dog poop. (Ben Hohenstatt | Juneau Empire)
Poop piles pose problem for parks

Three areas are closed, and more may follow if behavior does not improve.

Most Read