The game marked the Seawolves’ fifth straight loss to the Nanooks in the return of the Governor’s Cup.
The Seawolves clawed their way back from deficits throughout the game to win in overtime.
The senior distance runner helped the Mustangs to back-to-back team titles, winning an individual title of her own.
The Anchorage Wolverines standout is excited for the chance to add to the UAA Seawolves legacy at the next level.
After having their perfect season spoiled in the opening round of last year’s state tournament, the boys basketball team from Fairbanks intends to go all the way in 2023.
Plus, the weekly scoreboard and three things to look forward to this week.
The Grizzlies won their third straight basketball tourney with their biggest victory of the season over a highly regarded out-of-state opponent.
Cousins Luke and Sloan Lentfer helped propel the Grizzlies past the Eagles in the semifinal of the Alaska Airlines Classic.
Also in the girls tournament, West girls run the table at home while Tikigaq bounces back and finished strong.
Even though his time with the Seawolves was short-lived, he made impacts on the program and community.
The Service High boys and girls teams swept the team titles.
In their season-opening dual meet, the Seawolves had a renewed peace of mind knowing the program is secure.
The senior outside hitter earned another accolade after having an outstanding senior season and being a key contributor in the Lynx title run this past fall.
The Seawolves forced 25 turnovers but couldn’t capitalize on enough prime scoring opportunities.