The Kenai Central basketball teams both took victories against former conference rival Skyview at Kenai on Friday night.
The Kenai girls took a dominating 53-12 win earlier in the night, before the boys followed that up with an equally demanding 50-26 win. Both games were non-conference, and the boys contest was played as an endowment game.
The Kenai River Brown Bears ended the first half of the North American Hockey League season by splitting a pair of games against the Wenatchee (Wash.) Wild on Friday and Saturday nights, taking a 5-3 win on Friday before suffering a 5-2 loss on Saturday at the Town Toyota Center in Wenatchee.
So much has happened since the last column, both in football, and in life. December 21st came and passed without any epic disasters of note. Disappointing, considering the History Channel had spent millions on producing various Armageddon programs.
In most sports and classifications in Alaska, it's hard to duplicate many of the state experiences in the Lower 48, where over a hundred schools compete for the state title. That's not the case in Class 1A basketball.