In a matter of seconds, with their fate hanging in the balance, senior forward Heidi Perkins breathed new life into the state hopes of the Kenai Central girls soccer team Thursday afternoon at Eagle River High School.
The Soldotna baseball team defeated Colony and then Kodiak to move to tonight's 7 p.m. championship in the Southcentral Conference tournament in the Matanuska-Susitna valleys. The Stars, the No. 3 seed from the Southern Division, will face Wasilla, No.
Watch out Alaska. Here comes the Region III brigade. If there's one thing that anyone learned from last weekend's Region III prep track and field meet, it's that Region III athletes are fast. Very fast.
I can't believe I'm writing this, but we're nearly two months into the 2015 golf season. Birch Ridge opened on April 6 this year, a full week ahead of the previous record opening date. Of course, the outlook wasn't entirely sunny in April.
We've been having some gorgeous weather out here, it is the perfect weather for golf. Just enough sun to stay warm, and the perfect amount of breeze to keep the mosquitos away. The course is looking better and better every day.
The blind draw that sets the brackets for the state high school soccer tournament always has a number of interesting quirks, and this year's entrants from the Kenai Peninsula are a fine exhibit for three of them.
The visiting Homer softball team defeated Kenai Central 20-0 in three innings on Tuesday in Northern Lights Conference action.
The Kardinals finish the season at 2-10 overall and 1-5 in the Northern Lights Conference.