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Lathrop High's Stephon Williams expected to earn the start in goal for the final game of the high school hockey season. He also expected the Malemutes to win the game and finish the season on a high note.Kevin Klott
Jordan Smelker of Service-East was the overwhelming favorite for this season's Anchorage Daily News player of year in girls hockey.
A basketball player from Tok had a night for the high school record books Friday.Staff,Wire Reports
Dimond's Keiahnna Engel powered out 23 points as the Lynx dominated visiting Service on Saturday. Bobbi Britt led the Cougars with 12 points.
For the first time, a full UAA ski team has qualified to compete at the NCAA Championships, following the Seawolves' performance at the RMISA Championships/NCAA West Regional on Saturday in Truckee, Calif.
Holly Burke earned four first-place finishes in four distance races to sweep the women's division at the Harry McDonald Ice Arena in Eagle River on Saturday.
Tori Hickel posted the girls best time of 48.76 seconds in a slalom race at Alyeska Ski Resort in the World Cup Sports Race No. 3 on Saturday.
In their second consecutive down-to-the-wire road thriller, the Seawolves prevailed this time, topping Western Washington 88-77 in overtime Saturday night at Carver Gym in Bellingham, Wash., behind center Jeremiah Trueman's 28 points and Brandon Walker's nine in overtime.
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With a long, hilly and demanding course awaiting them Friday on the first day of the Cook Inlet Conference cross-country ski championships at Kincaid Park, high school skiers had their fun the day before the race, filling out bio sheets to give the race announcer something to talk about.Beth Bragg

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