At the two most diverse high schools in the U.S., players with roots all over the globe come together on the soccer fields, where their remarkably different backgrounds make the game even more dynamic.

Matt Tunseth
The thriving archery program in Thorne Bay hit a new high this month when 11th-grader Taylee Nyquest won a national championship.Beth Bragg
Sean Duffy threw a no-hitter for West on Saturday, the final day of the Cook Inlet Conference baseball season.Alaska Dispatch News
A pair of runners who graduated from local high schools in 2012 claimed the top spots Saturday in the Trent/Waldron Glacier Half Marathon. Alaska Dispatch News
The ACS boys and girls won Class 1-2-3A titles, while the Kenai girls and Kodiak boys took Class 4A victories at the Region III track and field meet Saturday in Kenai. Alaska Dispatch News
Three UAA track and field athletes finished in the top eight spots Saturday at the NCAA Division II Track and Field Championships in Michigan. Alaska Dispatch News
Sheryl Loan and Richard Tilton won the Arctic Bicycle Club Moose Run Time Trial on Saturday. Alaska Dispatch News
Bartlett earned one win in four games during a two-day trip to the Kenai Peninsula over the weekend. Alaska Dispatch News
JBER airman lands first confirmed king on Friday night at Ship Creek, one of several fish hauled in at the downtown fishing hole. Matt Tunseth
With the most diverse neighborhood and the most diverse elementary, middle and high schools in the U.S., Anchorage is at the forefront of a national trend toward more ethnic variety. Matt Tunseth