Just one day after losing to Dimond High School in extra innings, the Chugiak Mustangs went to extra frames again Saturday night. This time they came away with the win. After taking a 1-0 lead in the bottom of the first, the Mustangs gave up one run in the third and two more runs in […]
Haleigh Van Allen loves soccer. She first took up the game at the age of 3. Twice she had been nominated as Alaska’s top female player. The third time proved to be the charm for the Service High School senior as Gatorade named Van Allen as the state’s girls’ soccer player of the year. “It’s […]
The University of Alaska Anchorage’s women’s basketball team stayed close to home Thursday morning, signing a pair of former Dimond Lynx players. Rohyn Huss, who had originally signed with Chris Green to play volleyball at UAA last November, opted to play basketball for the Seawolves instead. The 6-foot forward helped lead Dimond High School to a state […]
The athletic stadium at Chugiak High School already showcases the name of one of the greatest coaches to ever to walk the sidelines — Tom Huffer Sr. The high school added another name to the site Saturday, this time to the field. The late Ed Blahous was a soccer pioneer in Alaska. His wife, Emily, […]
It wasn’t something East is particularly used to — battling in a close game — but the T-Birds had to fight off a seventh-inning rally to defeat the Sitka Wolves Friday afternoon. Neither team could produce any offense through the first two innings, but it was the Wolves breaking through in the top of the […]
The East Anchorage High School girls soccer team let loose against the Chugiak Mustangs Saturday morning, scoring three goals in the first half and going on to win, 5-3. The boys team could not produce as much offense, tying Chugiak, 1-1. Mickey Victor and Olivia Grant each scored two goals for the T-Birds in the […]
Tate Senden takes ice hockey very seriously. That’s even more so this season for her and the rest of the Palmer Lady Pioneers. “We just had hope last year, and now we know what it takes to go all the way,” the young center said. The team dropped a heartbreaking triple-overtime loss in the title […]
It was a two-game roundup for the East Anchorage High School softball team Monday night as the T-Birds made quick work of both Eagle River (15-0) and West (12-3). Coming into the day, Eagle River was looking for its first win of the season, but it would have had to come at the hands of […]
Charles Chandler has played home football games at home, yes — but never at his school. Chandler and the East High Thunderbirds play their home games at Anchorage Football Stadium. But Chandler wants to play one game at East before he graduates. “It’s nice to play in front of a crowd and fans that are […]
It did not take long for the Dimond offense to get going against Bartlett Saturday morning with an 11-0 blowout over the Bears. Tatumn Willis got things going in the first half, collecting a rebound off the goalie and finding the back of the net to put the Lady Lynx up 1-0. Willis would add […]
Updated Sunday, 8 p.m. Aftershocks from the Nepal earthquake have left climbing conditions on Mount Everest unsafe. Steve Watkins and his team were evacuated by helicopter from camp one to base camp, says his girlfriend, Joy Chairusmi. She says they are now trying to decide whether to walk the rest of the way from base camp […]
After missing two games following surgery on her meniscus, forward Annie Rush was back Thursday night as the West High School girls’ soccer team downed West Valley High School 2 to 0. “I was kind of nervous to come back because I played pretty well in my first two games and I was scared I […]
On a day that saw multiple game cancelations due to poor weather, Service High School and Grace Christian decided to tough it out Monday evening. The clouds broke wide open and so did the score early on as the Cougars cruised to the 6-0 victory. “Extremities kind of losing the feeling, it’s hard to get […]
Service forward Pindo Drammeh, who graduated after an impressive senior season, whittled his list of potential colleges down to two on Sunday. The two schools Drammeh will decide between are Green River College in Aurburn, Washington, and Columbia College based out of Sonora, California. His decision has not been a basketball-only one. “I came to […]
SigFurd Dock from the Lower Kuskokwim School District recorded a high school record of 188 feet in the Seal Hop event Saturday night as the Native Youth Olympic Games came to a close. It was the only record set all weekend, following a 2014 year that saw two world (Autumn Ridley – Alaskan High Kick, Steven […]
Allie Ostrander is sill running down her dream. But unlike the famed Tom Petty song, there is no mystery. The Kenai Central High School senior made it official where she’ll continue her running career for the next four years – Boise State. It wasn’t easy arriving at that finish line. The Alaska high school state-record holder […]
The rough start to the season continued for the Chugiak Mustangs boys’ soccer team after it fell 3-1 to West Anchorage Tuesday evening. The Eagles advanced to 2-2-1 after the win while the Mustangs fell to 0-3-1. It was not all bad news for Chugiak. After trailing 1-0 after intermission, Colton Bell lobbed a shot […]
It was all about the crashes and the costumes at the 2015 Slush Cup at Alyeska Resort. See below for an extended web exclusive of the fun.
The Harlem Globetrotters are coming to Anchorage this weekend to perform three shows at the Alaska Airlines Center. Dave Goldman was able to chat with one of their ringleaders, Slick Willie Shaw, this week. Watch the video above to see the interview.
The University of Alaska Anchorage’s Marcy Matsunami was the only Seawolf to qualify for the 2015 NCAA Regionals, so she and UAA Gymnastics Head Coach Paul Stoklos headed to Berkeley, Calif. to represent the school and the state.