The Tsalteshi Trails Association held a 5K run Sunday as part of Spook Night festivities. The results follow: Zombie 5K Sunday at Tsalteshi Trails MEN 1. Jordan Theisen, 20 minutes, 3 seconds; 2. Sean Goff, 21:13; 3. Ryder Galic, 25:24; 4.
Skyview led the Kenai Peninsula wrestlers at the ACS Invitational on Friday and Saturday in Anchorage with a fifth-place finish. The Panthers scored 133 points, while Bethel won the meet with 258.5 and Kotzebue was second with 177.5.
The Kenai River Brown Bears swept the Wichita Falls (Texas) Wildcats on Friday and Saturday at the Soldotna Sports Center in North American Hockey League play.
The Bears won 9-3 on Friday and 5-2 on Saturday.
For the first time this season, the Nikiski volleyball team found itself playing to five games, and they came out on top, beating Southcentral Conference rival Seward 3-2 on Friday night in Nikiski. The victory also capped senior night for the Bulldogs.
The Kenai River Brown Bears got two points or more from six players, including two-goal efforts from Brad LeLievre, Lucas Kohls and Ansel Duesenberg, in wiping out the Wichita Falls (Texas) Wildcats 9-3 in North American Hockey League play Friday in Soldotna.
Combat sports are no stranger to novelty acts. The fine line between sport and entertainment has always been blurred because - in combat sports - fans dictate success. The Ultimate Fighting Championship can relate to this reality all too well.