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    UAA volleyball signs 2 Dimond players

    by KTVA Sports on Nov 22, 18:02

    A pair of Dimond Lynx are heading to the level of volleyball, but the trip is a short one.

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    UAA volleyball ready to make a splash at NCAA Tournament

    by KTVA Sports on Nov 19, 22:34

    The Seawolf volleyball team is ready to make a splash in the NCAA Tournament.

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    UAA women’s basketball looks to remain undefeated

    by KTVA Sports on Nov 19, 22:29

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    The word ‘veteran’ holds deeper meaning for Alaska Aces winger

    by KTVA Sports on Nov 19, 15:24

    The Alaska Aces are off this week, giving them more time to enjoy their recent three-game sweep of Stockton. Military appreciation night happened on Friday and Saturday. For one Ace, honoring our armed forces is a meaningful part of his life.  

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    UAA preps for NCAA tournament

    by KTVA Sports on Nov 19, 7:05

    UAA volleyball gets set for the NCAA tournament. Tuesday came more proof why they’re in it.

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    Kuskokwim 300 a 12-dog race in 2015

    by Associated Press on Nov 18, 23:18

    The organizers of the Kuskokwim 300 sled dog race have changed the rules to reduce the number of starting dogs from 14 to 12. KYUK (http://is.gd/McqVqg) says a driving idea for the reduction was to encourage more local teams to run the full race. Kuskokwim 300 race manager Zach Fansler says some teams with midsize […]

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    Iron Dog 2015 race to start in Downtown Anchorage

    by KTVA Sports on Nov 18, 23:15

    The start of this year’s Iron Dog race has been moved to Downtown Anchorage. In a release sent Tuesday, Iron Dog, Inc.’s executive director Kevin Kastner notes that the new location of the race’s start was four years in the making. “It’s really incredible if you think about the years of work that have gone into […]

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    South hockey falls short against Eagle River

    by KTVA Sports on Nov 18, 8:41

    Monday saw one high school hockey game as the Eagle River Wolves and the South Wolverines took to the ice for a defensive battle at Ben Boeke Arena.

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    From Eagle to Falcon

    by KTVA Sports on Nov 18, 8:24

    We’re still about a month away from the girls high school basketball season, but one West High School senior is already looking ahead to college. Eagles forward Marshala Eady signed a letter of intent Monday to play for the Air Force Academy’s Falcons next season. Eady averaged almost 14 points and more than 10 rebounds […]

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    Seawolves return to NCAA DII volleyball tournament

    by KTVA Sports on Nov 17, 7:00

    For the fifth time in six seasons, the UAA volleyball squad is returning to the NCAA DII volleyball tournament. The bracket was released Sunday evening. The Seawolves (21-5, 15-3 GNAC) will take on the seventh-seeded Sonoma State Seawolves in the first round of the West Regional Volleyball Championships. Sonoma State is 20-6 on the season […]

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    South, Mount Edgecumbe triumph in Alaska volleyball championship

    by KTVA Sports on Nov 16, 18:12

    The South Wolverines (4A) and Mount Edgecumbe Braves (3A) each won their high school state championship games Saturday. South faced Dimond in the state title match for the fifth year in a row, coming out on top for the second consecutive season. The Wolverines took the first set, 25-19, but fell in the second, 25-18. […]

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    South High volleyball preps for title chase

    by KTVA Sports on Nov 12, 22:49

    High expectations go with the territory for the South High School volleyball program as the Wolverines get ready for a title chase.

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    Colony football coach steps down after 5 years

    by KTVA Sports on Nov 12, 21:34

    A prominent high school football coach is stepping away from the game, if only temporarily.

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    UAA volleyball prepares for postseason

    by KTVA Sports on Nov 12, 7:34

    The UAA volleyball team started strong and looks to finish that way.

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    UAA women’s basketball season kicks off this weekend

    by KTVA Sports on Nov 12, 7:22

    The UAA women’s basketball team will take to the court twice this weekend to open their season.

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    After tough weekend, UAA looks to rebound in California

    by KTVA Sports on Nov 10, 22:32

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    4A state volleyball tournament set

    by KTVA Sports on Nov 10, 7:27

    South, Dimond, and East will represent the Cook Inlet Conference in this year’s 4A high school state volleyball tournament. The Wolverines earned the top seed out of the conference after beating the Lynx (22-25, 25-15, 24-26, 25-23, 15-12) in the regional finals on Saturday. The two are on opposite ends of the state bracket, which […]

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    Late goal downs the Aces

    by Jake Edmonds on Nov 10, 7:18

    After a brilliant start for the Alaska Aces, they could not withstand a second period barrage, falling to the Bakersfield Condors 4-3 on Sunday. Defenseman Quinn Sproule got things started, finding the back of the net with 9:37 remaining in the first period. Things went from good to better for the Aces when Brendan Connolly […]

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    Alaska swim championship sees multiple state records broken

    by KTVA Sports on Nov 09, 16:39

    Five swimmers broke eight individual state records, and the Juneau-Douglas High School 200-yard medley relay team added a ninth state record during the high school state swimming and diving championships on Saturday. Tanha Lindquist and her brother Talon (Kodiak) each took home state records in the 200 individual medley. Tanha added another record in the […]

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    Anchorage students take leaps and bounds with help from Olympic ski coach

    by KTVA Sports on Nov 05, 23:14

    The Nordic Skiing Association of Anchorage at Karl Eid Ski Jump center continues to grow and get a step ahead of winter. A special guest was in town to show youngsters how they too can soar to new heights.