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Anyone remember the Seawolves?Doyle Woody
What's happening in sports and recreation around Anchorage
This week's U.S. Cross Country Skiing Championships might have been one to forget with Anchorage's string of subzero temperatures, but it was two-time Olympian Kikkan Randall who made the final day one to remember.Kevin Klott
With more than two months and a dozen games behind them, the UAA men's and women's basketball teams begin the critical portion of the season tonight when they open play in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference. What happens in the conference will go a long way in determining what happens to the Seawolves in the post-season.
The biggest name in sled dog racing looks to recapture his winning ways as the Copper Basin 300 Sled Dog Race tries to celebrate its 20th anniversary by shaking off subzero temperatures that have gripped the region recently.Mike Campbell
The UAA gymnastics team opens its 25th season Friday at the University of Washington and faces Seattle Pacific University on Saturday.
A one-sided cold war continues to play out at Kincaid Park, where the nation's best cross-country skiers have been all but defeated by subzero temperatures making it impossible to crown national champions as planned this week.
Cam Keith continued a career season flush with point production. Brett Hemingway emerged from a season-long scoring funk. Tomas Kana furnished late-minute mastery for the second straight game.Doyle Woody
What's happening in sports and recreation around Anchorage
Defenseman Alev Kelter of Eagle River is tied for the tournament scoring lead among blueliners for undefeated Team USA through two days of play at the 2009 International Ice Hockey Federation's World Women's U-18 Championship in Fussen, Germany.

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