Homer and Eagle River soccer played to a 1-1 tie in nonconference play Saturday in Homer.
"We had such a good time today, we started talking about Eagle River visiting Homer in the spring every year," Homer coach Warren Waldorf wrote in an email.
As the 2015 Peninsula Oilers baseball roster is nearly complete, the O's are excited to announce the addition of right-handed pitcher Cory Abbott, a freshman from San Diego. Cory is joining the 2015 Oilers from Loyola Marymount.
There are two state spots up for grabs at this year's Northern Lights Conference baseball tournament, and with 10 games on the schedule for each of the eight teams, it doesn't leave a lot of room for ball teams to be tagged out.
A pair of diamond contests that had been scheduled for this week have been postponed. Homer and Soldotna were supposed to play softball Tuesday. The game will be rescheduled, but there is no firm date yet.
The Kenai Central track and field teams both finished second at the Pro Whit track meet at The Dome in Anchorage on Friday and Saturday.
The Kenai boys scored 58 to finish behind the 76 of champion Dimond.
The Kenai Central and Nikiski girls soccer teams were getting pelted with hail, while Nikiski boys goalkeeper Sullivan Jackson was getting pelted by shots.
Tuesday afternoon had it all at Kenai Central High School.
Kevin Knotek of Moose Pass was the lone Boston Marathon finisher from the Kenai Peninsula, crossing the line at 3 hours, 28.14 seconds, for a personal record in the marathon. Knotek, 56, was 303rd in his age division and 7,390th amongst men.