After finishing the 28.5-mile 20 Bridges swim in Manhattan, Jordan Iverson next plans to swim the Catalina Channel in California and the English Channel to complete the three-swim challenge.
The junior catcher helped lead the Cougars to a state championship appearance in addition to being a stellar scholar and volunteer in his community.
In his Alaska Baseball League debut, Taguchi, who was born and raised in Japan, showed no signs of rustiness after missing his entire freshman season in college this past spring due to injury.
Plus, the weekly scoreboard and a look at the action in the week ahead.
In Division II, Juneau-Douglas came full circle with triumph over Sitka in championship game.
The recent high school graduate earned a spot on Team USA after an outstanding performance that led to him being crowned a junior men’s trap national champion.
Two-time Division I state champion South begins third title defense with complete performance in win over West Valley.
It took all of regulation and then some for Wolverines and Knights to earn state titles.
In Division II boys action, Juneau-Douglas won their second straight championship in dominant fashion over Soldotna.
In Division II action, the Juneau-Douglas boys also made it back to the finals.
Juneau-Douglas junior midfielder Cadence Plummer is the only returning starter from last year’s state championship team, and her experience showed in the Crimson Bears’ triumph over the Mariners.
Two juniors played pivotal roles in helping their respective teams advance to the next round of the conference tourney.
The Crimson Bears boys and girls squads are both coming off strong regular seasons but only one comes in with the top seed.
The battle-tested Knights are looking to the claim their first state title since 2019.