Sports

After a loss two months ago in Victoria, British Columbia, stretched their losing streak to three games, the Alaska Aces had lost nine of their last 12 hockey games and were six games over .500. Fast forward to Saturday night -- the Aces became Brabham Cup champions as the ECHL's best regular-season team.Doyle Woody
On the final day of the cross-country ski season, Anchorage's Holly Brooks and Lars Flora earned the right to kick off next season on the World Cup circuit.Beth Bragg
Shed a tear for the Alaska Icebreakers U-16 girls hockey team, and then offer a round of applause. After winning their quarterfinal game in four overtimes Saturday at the USA Hockey Tier II National Championship in Anaheim, Calif., the Icebreakers lost their semifinal match in five overtimes.
Verbal communication played a significant role in a 1-1 draw between Service and East in a Cook Inlet Conference boys soccer match at The Dome on Saturday. Jeremy Peters
Jessica Harmon scored a hat trick and Colleen Carpenter contributed a goal and three assists Saturday to spark South's 9-1 romp over Bartlett in CIC action at The Dome.
Kyle Kung's winning streak continued with a victory in the men's giant slalom at the FIS Spring Tech Series at Alyeska Ski Resort on Saturday.
Led by two victories apiece from David Registe and Haleigh Lloyd, the UAA track and field team set three school records Saturday at the Willamette Invitational in Salem, Ore.
Service's Silas Talbot won two races Saturday to go along with a Friday win in the triple jump to emerge as the only triple winner in the Anchorage School District's 8x8 track meet at The Dome.
Anchorage cyclist Greg Matyas averaged 9.9 mph in winning the second annual White Mountains 100, a race for skiers, cyclists and runners held last week in the White Mountains National Recreation Area north of Fairbanks.
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