The Seawolves finished strong to take a five-set road victory over Saint Martin’s.
The Wolverines moved to 1-1 on the season with a one-goal win Thursday in Minnesota.
Bowman is believed to be the third quarterback in Alaska high school history to pass for more than 500 yards in a single game.
Nine-man football allows the school to play JV games, something they don’t have enough players for in the 11-man format.
Jokiel, who came to Alaska from Germany, changed the landscape of Anchorage hockey.
Talon Sigurdson notched a hat trick for Anchorage in the 4-3 loss.
Service won the meet, which featured pared-down matches as a result of the delay.
Also picking up victories were Service, Bartlett and Dimond.
Olympic gold medalist Simone Biles said a message needs to be sent: “If you allow a predator to harm children, the consequences will be swift and severe. Enough is enough.”
Dimond’s latest win was a 14-6 victory over the Service Cougars.
The Wolverines will play four games in Blaine, Minnesota, a short drive from Rochester, where coach Mike Aikens is from and where his wife and 16-year-old daughter still live.
The Seawolves will try to turn things around in time for their first conference match of the season on Thursday.
Juneau improved to 4-1, and Service fell to 1-4.
East and South also picked up wins in Friday night Cook Inlet Conference matches.
5K victories went to Daniel Abramowicz from West Valley and Campbell Peterson of Chugiak.
The Hanshew Middle School math teacher won the 100-mile trail run in 21 hours, 24 minutes.
The Alaska teenager is one of 60 Olympians to make the team.
Raducanu won 10 matches in a row — three in qualifying, seven in the main draw — and is the first woman to win the U.S. Open title without dropping a set since Serena Williams in 2014.