The Eagles, after finishing second in the CIC, are full of confidence and believe they are peaking at the right time.
East’s Olyvia Mamae took three individual titles with a number of other individual double winners on Saturday.
The Wolverines will attempt to be the first expansion franchise in more than 35 years to win the Robertson Cup.
Recently graduated senior Laila Tosi of Anchorage is ready to launch into the postseason for both softball and track and field at the same time.
Jackson Reineke tallied the game-winner in overtime and Raythan Robbins sparkled in the net with 48 saves.
Leaders in the annual Turnagain Arm running race encountered a bear and cubs, forcing the field to bushwhack a high line off the trail.
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 U.S. Soccer Federation is the first national governing body in the sport to promise both sexes matching money.
Also, the Seawolves volleyball team will try to break an NCAA attendance record in their home finale.
The Eagle River athlete also raced to first in the Bike for Women this month.
The best-of-3 series gets started Friday at the Fogerty Ice Arena in Blaine, Minnesota.
Not only has she broken barriers as a baseball pitcher for West High, she’s also among the school’s most decorated students.
Dimond’s James and Billy Reinbold will both be attending elite academic institutions to play football.
The junior in Anchorage has been one of biggest catalysts to the success of the reigning state softball champions.
With the victory, the Wolverines advance to the NAHL’s Robertson Cup Championship series, which will include the other three remaining playoff teams.
Griner’s attorney Alexander Boykov said he believed the relatively short extension of the detention indicated the case would come to trial soon.
Also, a former Dimond High softball standout earns all-conference honors.
The team of 22 skiers includes six Alaskans who competed at the 2022 Beijing Olympics.
The Wolverines girls are perennial state contenders while the boys are confident they can compete with the best.
The 4-3 win at Ben Boeke Arena on Sunday gave the Wolverines a 2-1 series lead against the Minnesota Wilderness.
Also, hockey and women’s basketball teams add more transfers plus several gymnasts receive academic honors.
The Wilderness rolled to a 7-2 victory to tie the series at 1-1 with Game 3 set for Sunday.