Both teams’ District I pool play games in Anchorage were canceled because of unplayable field conditions.
That makes two consecutive days without games for the Majors, Kodiak’s 11- and 12-year-old all-star team.
Kodiak was supposed to play Anchorage-Military.
The Majors stand at 1-1 and in third-place in the five-team pool.
Knik is in first with a 3-0 record, while Anchorage Military is in second with a 1-1 mark.
Nunaka Valley-City View is 1-2 and Palmer is 0-2.
The top four teams qualify for the double-elimination District I Finals that begin July 14 in Anchorage.
Kodiak’s next game is today against Palmer.
The Juniors fell 13-3 in its opener against Dimond-West on Wednesday.
Kodiak was supposed to play Anchorage-Military Thursday. The team’s next game is Saturday against Polar, a 10-4 winner over Anchorage Military on Monday.
The top four teams in the five-team pool play move onto the District I Finals that begin July 14 in Anchorage.
No makeup dates for Thursday’s games had been scheduled prior to press deadline.
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