Kenai Central may have had the better performance at the season-opening tournaments, but Nikiski had the better teams Friday night.
The host Bulldogs swept a pair of endowment games from the Kards. The Kenai girls had won the Kenai River Challenge to open the season, while the Nikiski b...
The Kenai River Brown Bears opened up the second half of their season with a 2-0 loss to the Minnesota Wilderness on Friday in Cloquet, Minn., in front of 412 fans.
The Wilderness have allowed just 48 goals in 29 games, by far the stingiest mark in the league. The Fairbanks Ice Dogs are...
For three long years, the Wasilla girls basketball team has held a stranglehold on the Class 4A state championship crown, and the Warriors have certainly been the class of not only the Northern Lights conference, but the entire state.
Last season, the Kenai River Brown Bears went into the holiday break with a 12-12-4 record.
All season, then-head coach Oliver David had preached patience, saying the young team would mature in the second half.
When Nikolaevsk and Cook Inlet Academy face each other on the basketball court these days, it's almost a given that it will be a close game. On Thursday at the Cook Inlet Classic tournament at CIA, the boys and girls teams split.
Kailey Mucha, a graduate of Kenai Central, led area skiers in the Besh Cup mass start freestyle races at Kincaid Park in Anchorage, finishing sixth in the Under-18 to Master women's 10-kilometer race.
Mucha finished at 32 minutes, 52.