Down 1-0 in the final 10 minutes on Friday to the most successful North American Hockey League team in the playoffs the past three years, a Brown Bears victory was going to take something special — with maybe a fortunate bounce tossed in.
Goalie Marcus Zelzer and forward Brad Duwe provided the spe...
After clinching his eighth and final Class 3A state basketball crown with Nikiski in 2006, firmly putting him up there with the best basketball coaches in the history of the state, Ward Romans credited not jumpers, not game film, but faith.
A hockey team follows its captain.
Last week, defenseman Ryan Walker became the fourth Kenai River Brown Bears player to announce a college commitment to Division III Utica College in Utica, NY.
Captain Zac Lazzaro was the first to commit to Utica.
The Fresno (Calif.) Monsters defeated the Wenatchee (Wash.) Wild 2-1 in overtime to take a 2-1 series lead on Wednesday night in Fresno in the first round of the North American Hockey League West division playoffs.
Due to track conditions, the Homer Invite track and field competition that was scheduled for this weekend has been cancelled. The high school event, scheduled for the 19th and 20th, was to be the debut meet on the new track the school has built.
It may be tough sitting inside and watching an event like the Masters golf tournament in warm, sunny Georgia this time of year, while in Alaska there is still feet of snow on the ground, but prep soccer teams are used to it.
The gap is closing, but it's not all the way closed.
The Kenai River Brown Bears lost the opener in a best-of-five North American Hockey League playoff series 3-1 to the Fairbanks Ice Dogs on Friday at the Big Dipper Ice Arena in Fairbanks.