The Central Peninsula’s Far North Roller Derby team traveled to Palmer to play their first bout against the Denali Destroyer Dolls on Saturday. The Destroyer Dolls won 243-72. The Dolls voted Off 2 Neverland, Keli Ching of Soldotna, as the most valuable jammer from Far North’s team and Destroyov...
The all-state basketball teams were released for print Monday. The teams were voted on by members of the Alaska Association of Basketball Coaches, headed by president David Porter, former head coach at Houston and Service high schools.
If there's anything Cook Inlet Academy girls coach Rustin Hitchcock learned from this year's Super Bowl, it's that momentum can change on a dime. The Eagles were able to come back from a six-point halftime deficit to post a 50-37 win over the Sissuani, which advances CIA to a quarterfinal matchup with powerhouse team Klawock on Monday at 1:15 p.m. at the Sullivan Arena.
One year ago, the Seward girls basketball team made the trip to the state tournament, while the Seward boys did not.
This year, the boys are back in on the action, and the two teams are going together again, like they did two seasons ago in 2011.
The Nikolaevsk girls got off to a good start at the Alaska School Activities Association Class 1A tournament with a convincing 47-24 win over the Yakutat Eagles on Saturday at West Anchorage High School in the first round of action.
Two skiers from the Kenai Peninsula helped Team Alaska reclaim the Alaska Cup on Saturday in the Junior Nationals at Jim Whisenhant Ski Trails in Fairbanks.
The cup goes to the team with the most points over the course of the event.
The Kenai River Brown Bears defeated the Wenatchee (Wash.) Wild 4-2 on Saturday at the Soldotna Sports Center to complete a three-game sweep of the Wild.
Wenatchee lost its seventh straight to complete a winless six-game trip in Alaska.
As 15-year-old goalie Kris Oldham (yes, you read that right, 15) was walking past Kenai River Brown Bears coach Oliver David in the Soldotna Sports Center hallway after the Bears 7-5 win over the Wenatchee (Wash.) Wild on Friday, David asked Oldham how he had liked picking up the win in his junior h...
At last year's Alaska School Activities Association Class 2A basketball tournament in Anchorage, the most glaring numbers on the Nikolaevsk girls team roster were the ages. The team had no upperclassmen and six eighth-graders.