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While the Nanooks have dominated the matchup recently, the Seawolves are riding high, coming off a big win against No. 6-ranked Wisconsin last weekend.
Shasby, who has roots in Anchorage, has returned to Alaska to play for his hometown junior hockey franchise.
The victory is the second of the season for the Seawolves against a ranked opponent from the Big 10.
The APU skier finished second in the 10K classic and third in the 30K freestyle to complete a triumphant weekend.
The senior guard has overcome a lot of adversity over the past few years and is now the leading scorer for the undefeated Seawolves through their first six games.
Plus, the weekly scoreboard and a look at the action in the week ahead.
The “Pili Power“ nation was loud and proud at the Shootout as the Dimond High alum’s family and biggest supporters made sure she had a memory to cherish in her return to Alaska.
The Seawolves held the Bobcats to under 10 points in the first half and drained a dozen buckets from behind the arc.
A host for Fox Sports and Amazon Prime’s “Thursday Night Football,” Thompson said she used to invent cliché-ridden comments from coaches.
The settlement is the latest twist in a monthlong saga involving one of college football’s most recognizable programs and allegations a low-level staffer sent people to the games of the Wolverines’ future opponents to digitally record teams signaling in their plays.
After years of complaints about the Oakland Coliseum, the A’s plan to move to a stadium to be built on the Las Vegas Strip with public financing approved by the Nevada government.
The former Anchorage multisport star will grace the hardwood for the first and final time since 2019 when she leads University of Utah against UAA Saturday night.
The player whose skate cut Minnesota native Adam Johnson’s neck was Matt Petgrave, 31, of Toronto.
The Warriors were undefeated in full best-of-five matches this season and swept through the state tournament, earning their first championship in more than 20 years.
Even though they went from being the hunters to the hunted, the Kardinals remained birds of prey throughout their title-defending season.
On a night where tempers consistently flared, it was Anchorage’s offense that stayed hot and propelled the Wolverines to victory.
The Warriors were impressive in sweeping both Dimond and South on Thursday.
The Bettye Davis East Thunderbirds and the Wasilla Warriors are both on a quest to end their respective yearslong state championship droughts.
Eagle River teams had strong showings at state as well with a second-place finish in the boys division and a third-place showing by the girls.
The Seawolves were energized by a rowdy crowd filled with fifth graders and rewarded them with an impressive offensive performance.
The Seawolves will be hosting thousands of fifth-grade students from across the Anchorage School District for their early afternoon tipoff with the Cal Maritime Keelhaulers.