Distance runners Campbell Peterson of Chugiak and West Valley’s Daniel Abramowicz also took home state crowns.
The Wolverines reached the championship game in their first year as a North American Hockey League franchise.
Jackson Reineke tallied the game-winner in overtime and Raythan Robbins sparkled in the net with 48 saves.
The last time a first-year franchise won the Robertson Cup title was in the 1985-86 season.
The forward for St. Cloud will return to Alaska to play for UAA in the fall, but first: A run at the North American Hockey League title.
The Eagle River athlete also raced to first in the Bike for Women this month.
Also, a former Dimond High softball standout earns all-conference honors.
The film, which is being screened in Talkeetna and Anchorage over the next week, features climbers and co-directors Ozturk and Freddie Wilkinson traversing the Moose’s Tooth massif.
An appeals board determined the penalties assessed against Mille Porsild of Denmark and Yukon musher Michelle Phillips were outside the scope of the rule in question.
The 4-3 win at Ben Boeke Arena on Sunday gave the Wolverines a 2-1 series lead against the Minnesota Wilderness.
The Wilderness rolled to a 7-2 victory to tie the series at 1-1 with Game 3 set for Sunday.
Mamae took the 100, 200, 100 hurdles and 300 hurdles in the Anchorage Invitational, a meet that should mirror her workload at state.
Also, a longtime Alaska tennis player takes a pickleball title.
Dillingham’s Ethan Jenkins and Sadi Elachik of St. Michael won the event.
Anchorage native Hunter Schmitz netted the go-ahead goal with just over three minutes left in the third period to push the Wolverines to a win over Springfield.