The Kenai River Brown Bears completed a three-game sweep of the host Wenatchee (Wash.) Wild on Sunday and now stand on top of the North American Hockey League.
The Bears won their eighth in a row and 12th in 13 games to run their record to 12-3, good for 24 points. Wichita Falls (Texas) is next in t...
The Kenai River Brown Bears moved into sole possession of first place in the North American Hockey League Midwest Division with a 4-3 shootout win over the host Wenatchee (Wash.) Wild on Friday and a 3-1 victory over the Wild on Saturday.
The host Skyview volleyball team defeated Grace Christian on Friday and Anchorage Christian Schools on Saturday in a pair of Southcentral Conference matches. The Panthers improved to 15-0 in nontournament play and 8-0 in the conference.
The Skyview wrestling team finished second at the King of the Mountain tournament in Seward on Saturday.
There were nine teams at the event.
Each team wrestles in a dual meet and the final placement is determined by the dual meet records.
The Soldotna Stars football team capped an incredible season with an incredible game Saturday at Anchorage Football Stadium.
Here are the numbers:
• 1,169 yards of all-purpose offense (return yardage included).
In a season full of blowout victories and dominating performances, the Soldotna Stars pulled off the biggest win of their year to top Juneau-Douglas 56-49 and win the 2013 First National Bowl medium-schools state football championship at Anchorage Football Stadium on Saturday.
The Stars trailed the ...
The host Skyview volleyball team defeated Grace Christian on Friday in a Southcentral Conference battle of unbeatens.
The scores were 25-11, 16-25, 25-15 and 25-20. The Panthers improved to 14-0 overall and 7-0 in the conference, while the Grizzlies dropped their first nontournament match and fell t...
The Kenai River Brown Bears moved into sole possession of first place in the Midwest Division with a 4-3 shootout win over the host Wenatchee (Wash.) Wild on Friday.
With the goalie pulled, Vince Stefan tied the game at 3 with just 41 seconds remaining to stun 2,380 fans at the Town Toyota Center.
About midway through the third quarter of last Saturday's medium-schools semifinal matchup against North Pole, the Soldotna Stars came to the realization that the road to another state championship will not come easy.