Levi Auble scored 23 points including 3 three-pointers as host Anchorage Christian defeated Tikigaq 70-43 in the opening round of the Lime Solar-Pepsi Invitational. Randy Kohutek chipped in 15 for the Lions. The ladies posted a 60-18 win over Kotzebue off 21 points from Caroline Bowden. The tournament runs through Saturday night.
UAA men’s basketball Holding an opponent in college basketball to 86 points doesn’t usually qualify as good defense. In this case, however, consider it a job well done as UAA minimized the nation’s leading scoring team, Simon Fraser, to its season low in a 108-86 win over the Clan at the Alaska Airlines Center. The […]
The team from Alaska kept its cool in the desert. Dimond High School senior Muhamad Cole hit an unlikely four-point play as time expired in overtime to lift the Dimond Lynx to an even more unlikely 45-44 win over Vashon Island of Washington in the Phoenix Cactus Jam Tournament. The Lynx claimed the tournament title in their bracket, going 2-1 and exacting some payback with interest […]
The game counted as an exhibition for UAA, and the Seawolves nearly made the Pacific Tigers exhibit A. In a tightly contested game from wire to wire, Division II UAA nearly upended the bigger Pacific Tigers. But Division I got the last word in the balance of the rebounds in a hard-earned 71-62 win at the […]
Despite 19 points from Megan Mullings and a spirited effort, UAA fell to Long Beach State 69-60 in the title game of the GCI Great Alaska Shootout at the Alaska Airlines Center. Mullings was named the tournament’s Most Outstanding Player. The Seawolves were aiming for back-to back wins over Division I teams following their victory […]
Boise State vs. Yale It took extra time but Boise State outlasted Yale 59-53 in overtime in the women’s third-place game of the Great Alaska Shootout at the Alaska Airlines Center Wednesday. The Broncos improved to 3-2 while Yale fell to 1-4. Deanna Weaver scored 21 points to lead Boise State, which also received six […]
The Alaska School Activities Association state volleyball tournament opened with a rousing start Thursday.
It’s only two games, but the UAA hockey team is off to a very good start. They put their 2-0 record on the line this weekend as they take their first road trip of the season.
It’s down to four teams in pursuit of the flag football crown. On Tuesday night, South, Service, Dimond and East all advanced to play Wednesday at 6 pm. Bartlett 12 South 32 Eagle River 6 Service 25 Chugiak 0 Dimond 34 West 0 East 6 The championship game is Friday at 4 p.m.
The UAA volleyball team began its three-game home-stand with a sweep of Saint Martin’s University. Julia Mackey starred for the Seawolves, continuing her stellar play. The Seawolves face Western Oregon University Saturday evening.
Dimond football improved to 4-4 on the season with an easy victory over Eagle River on Thursday.
The South Wolverines completed an undefeated regular season to claim the top spot in the Cook Inlet Conference. Now the fun really begins as the playoffs await.
It used to be that washing someone’s mouth out with soap was enough to curb bad language. Now cash may be the answer. Until now, it was considered only politically incorrect to some to say “Redskins.” According to Reuters, the Federal Communications Commission may start hitting broadcasters in the wallet with fines for saying the […]
Colony travels to Wasilla as these two rivals headline our high school football coverage in week six. The host team is in search of its fourth win. And there’s no mistaking how they plan to get it. For game highlights, be sure to tune in for Football Final on Friday during KTVA’s Nightcast.
The Alaska Aces have announced the signings of a pair of free agent forwards, Shane Heffernan and Justin Breton. Heffernan, 26, is well-traveled having spent time in Belarus, Norway and Sweden. Breton is 25 and played for Bentley University in Waltham, Massachusetts.
Mafi Makihele and Brenda Luafulu had 19 assists each while Taylor Noga added 10 kills as East High School improved to 6-0 with a four-set win over Juneau-Douglas. Juneau-Douglas (2-3) put East in comeback mode, winning the first set 25-17. But from that point on, the T-Birds took control, notching three straight sets 25-17, 25-21, […]
The University of Alaska Anchorage machine rolls on. Anchorage native and All-American Katelynn Zanders recorded 10 kills and 8 digs while Julia Mackey posted 12 kills in UAA’s sweep of Simon Fraser 29-27, 25-22, 25-10. The Seawolves improved to (8-2, 2-0 GNAC) while the Clan slipped to (7-3, 1-1 GNAC). Sophomore Megan Hooe poured in […]
After starting the season 4-0 Colony hit its first speed bump … and it took out the transmission. Now they’ve put it back. Lathrop shredded the Knights’ defense in a 49-28 loss, which made for a long bus ride back home. Despite the loss, Colony still holds the 5th spot in this week’s ASBN poll […]
This week’s Top 5 poll of large and medium/small schools is out. There’s a change at the top of the large schools, while the medium/small school list sees some movement below the top spot.
Thursday was a huge night for the Alaska Pacific University ski program.