The following girls were chosen to the Northern Lights All-Conference First Team:
Miranda Beach, Hannah LaRue, Maggie LaRue and Katie Kriss from Homer; Kaycee Munn from Soldotna; Carly Norvelle and Hope Steffensen from Kenai; and Cat Schoessler from Skyview.
The following girls earned NLC Second Te...
North Pen Rec hosts Hershey meet
North Peninsula Recreation hosted the Hershey Track and Field Meet on May 21 at the Nikiski track.
The meet is for those 9 to 14 years old. There are six events from which to choose.
By JEFF HELMINIAK
On the eve of the North American Hockey League draft, the Kenai River Brown Bears traded their leading scorer for four picks in the first five rounds.
Matt Seidel, a 6-foot-3, 185-pound forward from Troy, Mich., who had 23 goals and 19 assists last season, was mov...
Greetings and happy golfing from Bird Homstead Golf Course, located at Mile 11.8 Funny River Road.
We have been open now for about two weeks and men's night started Tuesday evening, with 20 golfers showing up and enjoying the great weather that has made us all remember why we love the great Alaska s...
Homer's state softball small-schools championship hopes came to an end on Saturday at Cartee Fields in Anchorage with a 9-0 loss to Ketchikan, leaving the Mariners in third place.
Two hours before that, the Mariners beat Eielson 15-9 in their first game of the day, advancing them in the...
Racing at Twin City Raceway was postponed on Saturday after it was realized that work on the Kenai dirt track would not be ready in time for the scheduled 4 p.m. qualifying start.
According to the Twin City Raceway Facebook page, workers have been constructing a fence on the perimeter of the track, ...
Homer escaped the first day of the ASAA state softball tournament on Friday with a 3-2 win over Kodiak at Cartee Fields in Anchorage. The Mariners had lost their first game on Friday, against Ketchikan, 6-4, which put them in the do-or-die matchup with Kodiak, but their chances at a state title aren't over yet.