ANCHORAGE -

The Anchorage Bucs broke open a tie game by scoring eight runs in the top of the seventh inning in Wednesday's 10-2 win over the rival Glacier Pilots in game two of the annual Mayor's Cup series.  The victory secures a second straight Mayor's Cup title for the Bucs, who also prevailed in Tuesday's series opener, 3-2.

Chane Lynch led the Bucs' rally with a tie-breaking RBI single and then a two-run single later in the seventh.   The Bucs totaled eight hits in the inning and batted around. 

Gage West and Cabe Reiten each drove in two runs for the Bucs, while Grant Palmer racked three hits.  J.J. Wagner accounted for the Pilots' only runs of the evening with a two-run homer in the second inning. 

Despite the loss in the Mayor's Cup series, the Pilots still lead the Alaska Baseball League's National Division with a league mark of 14-9.  The Bucs stand atop the American Division at 13-7.