You could once call Anchorage a hockey town and get little argument about it. Saying it now sounds like a punchline.
The hockey star has posted a series of Instagram videos filmed while he was hunkered down in Anchorage.
The No. 4-ranked T-birds won the annual rivalry game over No. 3-ranked Bartlett, which had won the coveted football trophy four years running.
Quarterback Hunter Harr completed 7 of 8 passes for 147 yards and four touchdowns against Kenai, and the No. 2-ranked Mustangs rushed for nearly 300 yards while averaging nearly 10 yards per snap.
Given the choice, several returning Seawolves will switch jersey numbers for the upcoming season, for a variety of reasons.
Just five years ago, the 2016 Olympian, beset by injuries, wasn't even training, let alone racing.
UAA has beaten UAF 14 straight times dating back to 2010.
UAA's volleyball team in the two previous seasons led NCAA Division II in attendance.
Golden Bears quarterback Zai Malia-Hughes connected on 8 of 14 passes for 137 yards and four touchdowns, two of which went to Jonnavin Suon, who turned six catches into 100 yards.
The Seawolves (3-2), ranked No. 14 in NCAA Division II, face three more opponents in the West Region Showcase at the Alaska Airlines Center, and all three are ranked.
Scott Patterson of Anchorage finished third in the 50-kilometer race at elevation and Anchorage's Anna Dalton finished fourth among women in that ultramarathon.
The senior scored two touchdowns, set up another and accounted for 236 yards total offense and 324 all-purpose yards.
The Stars never trailed against the Comets in a football game played in Crescent City, California, because of smoke from wildfires in Southern Oregon.
The Knights proved dominant in all three phases, rushing for more than 300 yards, seizing five turnovers and using kicker Noah Krozel to leave the Eagles in poor field position.
After an injury-free year of increased training mileage, the former state cross-country champion from Galena hopes to help powerhouse UAA keep prospering.