US men's relay takes 10th at biathlon Worlds

The U.S. men’s relay took 10th place at the biathlon World Championships on Friday in Ruhpolding, Germany.

The U.S. team had a total of 14 misses on the range, but did not have to take any penalty loops. The U.S. team finished at 1 hour, 20 minutes, 32.9 seconds, 3:06.1 behind champion Norway.

Kasilof’s Jay Hakkinen skied the second leg for the U.S. team, with three misses on each leg.

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Weekend volleyball roundup

The visiting Nikiski volleyball team swept Grace Christian on Friday and Redington on Saturday to improve to 6-0 in Southcentral Conference play.

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Brown Bears notch 1st win of season

The Kenai River Brown Bears got their first win of the season in emphatic fashion Saturday at the North American Hockey League Showcase, taking down... Read more