What's happening in sports and recreation around Anchorage
The Alaska Aces have straight-up lost just one ECHL hockey game in that two months-plus, which is why they currently own several streaks that add up to their league-leading success.Doyle Woody
UAA sophomore goaltender Rob Gunderson is academically eligible and should be back between the pipes for the Seawolves hockey team this season.Doyle Woody
Two men known for their behind-the-scenes energy and three teams -- two known for their greatness, the other for its grace under pressure -- are the winners of the Alaska Sports Hall of Fame's inaugural Directors' Awards.Beth Bragg
Three unbeaten teams remain in the Cook Inlet Conference boys basketball standings, and two face off tonight at 7:30 p.m., when Service entertains defending state champion Bartlett in one of three CIC games.
Service's Greg Johnson scored five goals and Andrew Cummings dished five assists Tuesday, leading the Cougars to a 14-0 Cook Inlet Conference hockey win over Bartlett at Ben Boeke Arena.
The South-Bartlett girls hockey team scored four goals in the second period Tuesday, and then scored six more in the third to beat Chugiak-Eagle River 10-0 in a Cook Inlet Conference game at the McDonald Center.
After a strong week that included her second career victory, UAA senior Jaime Bronga was named the Rocky Mountain Intercollegiate Skiing Association's nordic skier of the week.
Juliette Parke took second last weekend in the Wes Barron Speed Series super-G at Jackson Hole, Wyo., leading a group of Junior 3 girls from the Alyeska Ski Club.
Josh Chelf and Janice Tower battled through extreme cold to earn victories last weekend in Chain Reaction Cycles' Abominable Snow Series, a bike racing series at Far North Bicentennial Park.