2015 Kenai Central graduate Allie Ostrander hasn't quite had the chance to digest what it means to be a junior world mountain running champion yet, and it's hard to blame her. Ostrander was reached at 6 p.m.
When the Matanuska-Susitna Valley volleyball teams make their rounds of the Kenai Peninsula this time of year, the true depth of the Northern Lights Conference is exposed, and the contenders usually separate themselves from the pretenders.
The Kenai River Brown Bears earned a split with the Janesville (Wisconsin) Jets on Friday and Saturday in North American Hockey League action in Wisconsin. The Bears notched a 4-3 overtime win Friday before falling 2-0 on Saturday.
The Soldotna boys swimming and diving team captured the Kenai Invitational meet Friday and Saturday at Kenai Central High School.
The Stars finished with 79 points, edging out the 75 that the Colony Knights accumulated.
2015 Kenai Central graduate Allie Ostrander announced her arrival on the global stage by seizing victory Saturday in the junior women's race at the World Mountain Running Junior Championships in Snowdonia, North Wales.
Hours before a two-story bonfire raged under a streaky orange, embering sunset, the Kenai Central volleyball team pulled out a taut, five-set match Friday in front of a chanting, raucous and booming loud student section.
The Homer girls and boys cross-country teams swept the Homer Invitational on Saturday in Homer.
The boys had 27 points, while Soldotna had 42 and Kenai Central had 67. On the girls side, Homer scored 34, Kenai had 44 and Soldotna had 47.