Sports

Scott Clemetson topped Thomas Burton by more than two minutes to win the Anchorage Running Club's Masters 10-kilometer race Wednesday on the Coastal Trail.
Vassar Bradford, a 22-year-old black belt from Anchorage, earned a first-place finish in the men's advanced kata division of the U.S. Nationals held in Fort Lauderdale this week.
What's happening in sports and recreation around Anchorage
Despite what owners described as an extensive search, the Alaska Aces didn't have to look beyond their extended hockey family to find their new coach.Beth Bragg
Eagle River's Corey Cogdell is the Benjamin Button of trapshooting. Her career is unfolding in a curious way -- she's experiencing the natural order of things in reverse.Beth Bragg
For the first time in at least eight years, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game is running out of personal-use fishing permits for Upper Cook Inlet, forcing an emergency printing.Mike Campbell
Results, standings, schedule, statistics
Jonathan Kreiss-Tomkins of Sitka triumphed at the Alpine Adventure Race on Saturday in Sitka, beating defending champ and race record-holder Brad Precosky of Anchorage by more than a minute.
Forward Ryan Parker signed a National Letter of Intent to play for the Seawolves, coach Rusty Osborne announced Wednesday.
Dimond High graduate and current Merritt Centennials Junior A player JJ Waldrop scored two goals and contributed a pair of assists to lead the Titan Bombers past the Molson Canadians 12-4 Tuesday in the Summer Elite Hockey League (SEHL) All Star Game at the Subway Sports Center.