The Kenai River Brown Bears ended a two-game trip to Fairbanks with two points and one blowout loss.
After picking up two points in a 3-2 overtime victory Friday, the Bears were blown out 7-1 by the Ice Dogs on Saturday in front of 2,242 fans.
Friday night proved why the Seward boys hoops team could be one to watch out for when the Southcentral Conference tournament arrives in two weeks.
The boys topped Nikiski 82-69 in a dazzling display of offense at Nikiski High School, led by the sharpshooting performance of Matt Moore, who put up 34 ...
The Kenai River Brown Bears started the evening without sticks and ended the evening with two very big points in the race to get into the North American Hockey League playoffs.
The Brown Bears topped Fairbanks 3-2 in overtime Friday night at the Big Dipper Ice Arena in Fairbanks in front of 2,242.
The host Nikolaevsk girls defeated Bristol Bay 50-35 on Thursday night in nonconference action.
Nianiella Dorvall controlled the action for the Warriors, notching 26 points. Rylie Lyon had 12 for the Angels.
On a beautiful day for skiing, Soldotna's Sadie Fox had a beautiful day of skiing.
Fox finished second at the girls five-kilometer race at the State Nordic Ski Championships at a freshly blanketed Kincaid Park in Anchorage.
Mike Morgan of Nome and Chris Olds of Eagle River were leading the Iron Dog on Thursday night.
Olds, a two-time champion, and Morgan arrived at Kaltag at 2:27 p.m. Thursday and took their 10-hour layover.
Told that Soldotna ski coach Dan Harbison said that skiers would be ready for any conditions at the state meet due to this winter's checkered weather, Skyview coach Kent Peterson agreed before checking the forecast.
"Except for snow," Peterson said.