Tuesday's briefs

News on Bourgeois, McWilliams, Thompson, O'Guinn

Bourgeois wins Quad Dipsea


Seward’s Cedar Bourgeois was the first woman to cross the finish line at the Quad Dipsea in California on Saturday. The race is 28.4 miles long. It has 9,276 feet of both climb and descent.

Bourgeois finished in 4 hours, 59 minutes, 18 seconds. Anchorage’s Matias Saari was third across the line in 4:12:45.


Nikiski’s Thompson finishes college career

Nikiski graduate Hannah Thompson has finished her volleyball career at Lourdes University in Sylvania, Ohio.

Thompson was honorable mention on the Western Hoosier Athletic Conference All-Conference Team. She was also a member of the Champions of Character Team and the All-Academic Team.

Coaches vote for the All-Conference Team and the Champions of Character Team. To get on the All-Academic Team, a GPA of at least 3.25 is required for juniors and seniors.

Thompson will graduate in December with a degree in psychology. She will enter graduate school next fall.


Homer’s McWilliams heads to semis

Homer’s Noah McWilliams and defending NAIA champion Carroll College defeated Azusa Pacific 17-14 in the national quarterfinals at home Saturday in Helena, Mont. Carroll advances to its fifth straight semifinal and has won 11 straight games.

McWilliams is a 6-foot-2, 225-pound linebacker. He leads the team in sacks with six. He also has 36 tackles, including 7.5 for loss.


Skyview’s O’Guinn earns All-America honor

University of Alaska Anchorage sophomore Ivy O’Guinn earned her first cross-country All-America honor on Nov. 19 at the 2011 NCAA Division II Cross Country Championships in Spokane, Wash.

O’Guinn finished 33rd in the six-kilometer race in 22 minutes, 12.2 seconds, to earn the honor. The Seawolves, following an undefeated regular season, finished sixth at the meet.


Sat, 09/23/2017 - 03:19

Results posted for Chainwreck Cyclocross Race 2

Mike Crawford, Leah Kiviat, Amber Bethe and Landen Showalter were all winners Thursday at the second race of the Chainwreck Cyclocross Series.

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Tough course to greet Region III runners

In the land where mountains are often used as venues for running races, calling the Government Peak Recreation Area, site of Saturday’s Region III cross-country... Read more