The Rewind: Wasilla, Kenai Central earn volleyball titles, Wolverines split with Ice Dogs and UAA hockey team wins a thriller

Welcome to The Rewind, a weekly digest that puts a spotlight on the biggest stories and best performances from Alaska’s world of sports.

The final weekend of the 2023 Alaska high school volleyball season for the top two divisions in the state came to a close and saw both a new and reigning champion crowned. On the college sports scene, both of the University of Alaska Anchorage basketball teams won a pair of road games over opponents from Hawaii and the men’s hockey team skated to a last-second win and a tie over the weekend. On the national stage, several Alaska-born athletes had impressive showings in their respective sports and levels of competition.

Headlines and highlights

The last time the Wasilla High volleyball team made it to the state championship game was in 2001 and the Warriors won the program’s first title to cap off an undefeated season. On Saturday, history repeated itself 22 years later as this year’s team capped off a dominant season with a three-set sweep of Bettye Davis East to win the second title in program history and snapping a 20-year streak of Anchorage teams finishing on top.

“It’s been expected and we’re hoping this season (we would win it),” Wasilla senior Rylee Pitney said. “We were working really hard for it. And so I think it’s gonna really kind of have an impact. Valley volleyball is there. It exists and it’s a force.”

[Wasilla volleyball team completes dominant season with sweep in 4A state title]

The 3A state title tilt featured Kenai Central and Valdez for the third year in a row and was much more competitive. However, it still ended with the same result as last year as the Kardinals emerged victorious over the Buccaneers in four sets to repeat as state champions and won the program’s second-ever title.

“It’s a state championship game, and it ain’t going to be easy, nor should it be easy,” Kenai Central head coach Tracie Beck said. “We just kept our noses to the grindstone and just kept working one point at a time, and that’s what they did.”


[Kenai Central bests Valdez to repeat as 3A state volleyball champion]

The UAA men’s basketball team remains undefeated with a pair of wins over teams from the 50th state at the Alaska/Hawaii Challenge up in Fairbanks this past weekend. They started by decisively beating the Chaminade University Silverswords on Friday and defeated the Hawaii Pacific University Sharks by double-figures on Saturday. Senior guard Tyson Gilbert led the team in scoring in both games including a career-high 27 points on Friday and was named to the all-tournament team and Tournament MVP. Joining him on the all-tournament team was junior forward and Anchorage product, Bishop Tosi, who had a double-double in Friday’s game with 24 points and a game-high 14 rebounds.

“That was a great team effort and really terrific defense,” said UAA head coach Rusty Osborne in a statement following Saturday’s win. “All three freshman grew up today and proved they belong at this level, and Tyson was awesome again.”

On the women’s side, the Seawolves actually got to travel to the Aloha State to play a pair of Hawaii teams and yielded the same positive results with a pair of victories over the weekend. On Friday, the Seawolves bested Hawaii Pacific University by nearly 20 points and on Saturday, they blew out the University of Hawaii at Hilo by almost 30 points. Junior forward Tori Hollingshead led the team in scoring over the weekend with 28 points in the two games combined with 20 coming on Friday alone.

“We did a great job of withstanding a big run by them in the third quarter and executed our offense very well in the fourth quarter, showing the killer instinct that we need,” said UAA head coach Ryan McCarthy in a statement on Saturday.

The UAA hockey team hosted Robert Morris for a pair of home games over the weekend, winning the first and skating to a tie in the second. On Friday night, the Seawolves got a clutch goal from sophomore defenseman Brett Bamber in the final seconds to prevent overtime and win the game in regulation. Bamber scored the game-tying goal in Saturday evening’s matchup but it would ultimately go into double overtime and end in a 2-2 stalemate.

“The first 20 minutes was our focus tonight,” said head coach Matt Shasby on Friday in a statement. “After getting a 2-0 lead we should have closed out the game but a penalty late in the second period allowed them back in. I am happy we played right to the end, a full 60 minutes, and am just happy to get the win.”

The UAA volleyball team dropped a pair of road matches this past week with the first coming in a five-set loss to Northwest Nazarene University on Thursday. The Seawolves fell in the second match to nationally ranked Central Washington University in four sets on Saturday. The Seawolves were led in scoring by senior outside hitter Nicole Blue. She recorded match-high kill totals in both games and recorded a total of 30 in the two contests combined.

The Anchorage Wolverines hosted their instate rival Fairbanks Ice Dogs for a pair of games over the weekend and split the series winning the first and dropping the second. Friday night’s game was a physical matchup in which the home team had a strong offensive outing and was perfect on penalty kills. Even though they managed to score a pair of goals in the third period on Saturday, it wasn’t enough to dig themselves out of a 4-0 hole that Fairbanks had built up. Belarusian forward Fyodor Nikolayenya led the Wolverines in scoring over the weekend with a pair of goals on Friday to increase his season-leading total to 10.

“Any time we play Fairbanks or Kenai (River Brown Bears), but Fairbanks especially, the intensity ramps up,” Wolverines head coach Nick Walters said. “It’s an intense rivalry and the physicality always seems to ramp up a little bit.”

[Anchorage Wolverines pull away from Fairbanks late in season’s first meeting between rivals]

The APU Nordic Ski Center announced its 2023/2024 Elite Ski Team on Monday. The team, which is a select group of skiers from the U.S. and the world, is coached by Erik Flora and assistant Forrest Mahlen. The women’s team is made up of Rosie Brennan, Novie McCabe, Lily Pannkuk, Renae Anderson, Marit Flora, Eva Weymuller, Zarah Laker-Morris and Maisy Morley. The men’s team is comprised of Garrett Butts, Michael Earnhart, Zanden McMullen, Derek “Buster” Richardson, Thomas O’Harra, Scott Patterson, Gus Schumacher, JC Schoonmaker, Luke Jager, Hunter Wonders, Karl Danielson, Hatcher Menkens, Ethan Howe, Justin Lucas and Davis Isom.

Brennan, Patterson, Jager, Schoonmaker, Schumacher and McCabe are all Olympians. A number of the skiers on the APU team were named to the 2023-24 US Cross Country Ski Team last month.

[9 Alaska-connected athletes named to 2023-24 US Cross Country Ski Team]

Schoonmaker, who previously competed at UAA, is excited about the opportunity.

“Being on the APU Nordic Elite Team means a lot to me because a lot of skiers that I looked up to when I was younger were APU athletes,” he said in a statement. “This team has a lot of history so I’m grateful to be a part of it and try to add to what’s already been built here.”

Alaska stars shining Outside

Anchorage’s Alissa Pili helped propel the University of Utah women’s basketball team to an undefeated start to the regular season with a pair of strong showings in two games this past week. The former Dimond high school multi-sport star and reigning Pac-12 Women’s Basketball Player of the Year recorded a game-high 26 points in just 15 minutes of first-half action in the Utes’ 104-45 season-opening win over Mississippi Valley State University last Monday. A few days later on Thursday, she recorded her first double-double of the season in a 108-48 win over South Carolina State University with 18 points and a team-leading 10 rebounds.


Anchorage’s Sayvia Sellers made her debut for the University of Washington women’s basketball team this past week and tied for the team lead with 18 points in the Huskies’ 113-39 victory over North Carolina Central University on Thursday. The former Anchorage Christian School star and two-time Gatorade Player of the Year was 3-of-5 from behind the arc and led the team with seven assists and four steals.

Anchorage’s Edefuan Ulofoshio led the University of Washington football team in total tackles with six including one for a loss in the No. 5-ranked Huskies’ 35-28 victory over No. 18-ranked Pac-12 rival University of Utah on Saturday.

Anchorage’s Angelline Nageak recorded a career-high 27 points in the Adams State University women’s basketball team’s 102-84 win over Midwestern State University this past Saturday. The former Dimond high standout sank two of her three attempts from three-point range and was a near perfect 11-of-12 from the charity stripe.

Anchorage’s Mia ‘Uhila nearly had a double-double in the 71-62 season-opening win for the Portland State University women’s basketball team over UC Davis on Thursday. The former Bartlett High star and Alaska Gatorade Player of the Year scored 11 points in 34 minutes and finished second on the team in rebounds with eight boards.

Palmer’s Patrick McMahon recorded a season-high 15 points for the Montana State University men’s basketball team in a narrow 71-68 loss to Seattle University this past Saturday. The former Colony High standout was 5-of-8 from the field, 5-of-6 from the free throw line and tied for the team lead in rebounds with six.

Fast forward


Women’s Basketball

ASRC/ConocoPhillips Great Alaska Shootout, Saturday and Sunday at the Alaska Airlines Center


The Seawolves will be in action on their home court for the first time this season for the second edition since the return of the Great Alaska Shootout. They will begin with a Saturday night matchup with Division I powerhouse University of Utah led by hometown star Alissa Pili. The winner of that game will face the winner University of Alabama-Birmingham and Eastern Kentucky University on Sunday in the championship. The losers of Saturday’s games will face off for third place Sunday.

Men’s Basketball

UAA v. UC Merced, Friday and Saturday at Alaska Airlines Center, 6 p.m. and 2 p.m.

The Seawolves will be back on their home court for a two game series with the Bobcats this weekend with the first game taking place Friday night and the second Saturday afternoon before the Great Alaska Shootout gets underway.


UAA v. UAF, Thursday at Alaska Airlines Center, 7 p.m.

The Seawolves will finish the regular season with a home matchup against their instate rival Nanooks on Senior Night with the sixth spot in the final Great Northwest Athletic Conference standings on the line.


Anchorage Wolverines v. Kenai River Brown Bears, Friday at Ben Boeke, 7 p.m.

The hometown junior hockey team will be taking on its other instate rival in the first of a two-game weekend series at home Friday night before heading down to Soldotna to play the second on Saturday. The Wolverines swept the Brown Bears in their first two-game series of the 2023-2024 season in early October and will be looking to do the same in mid-November ahead of Thanksgiving.

Last week’s results




ASAA 4A state volleyball championship



Wasilla 3, Dimond 0 (25-14, 25-17, 25-13)

Service 3, West Valley 0 (25-15, 25-11, 25-16)

South 3, Thunder Mountain 0 (25-12, 25-9, 25-20)


Bettye Davis East 3, Soldotna 0 (25-13, 25-22, 25-20)

Wasilla 3, South 0 (25-18, 25-21, 25-21)

Bettye Davis East 3, Service 1 (25-21, 16-25, 25-23, 25-19)


Winners’ bracket

Wasilla 3, East 0 (25-14, 25-10, 25-18)

Losers’ bracket

Dimond 3, Thunder Mountain 1 (25-16, 25-23, 22-25, 25-9)

South 3, Soldotna 0 (25-13, 25-16, 25-18)

Dimond 3, Service 2 (25-19, 22-25, 25-22, 23-25, 15-12)

Dimond 3, South 0 (25-19, 25-17, 27-25)


Losers’ bracket

East 3, Dimond 0 (25-18, 25-23, 25-20)


Wasilla 3, East 0 (25-14, 25-10, 25-18)

3A State Championship Tournament



Kenai Central 3, Nome-Beltz 0 (25-13, 25-8, 25-17)

Valdez 3, Sitka 2 (25-11, 19-25, 25-16, 16-25, 15-6)

Mt. Edgecumbe 3, Ben Eielson 0 (25-21, 25-20, 25-12)

Nikiski 3, Barrow 0 (25-22, 25-17, 25-20)

Kenai Central 3, Valdez 1 (20-25, 25-16, 25-19, 25-14)

Nikiski 3, Mt. Edgecumbe 0 (20-25, 25-15, 25-17, 25-13)


Winners’ bracket

Kenai Central 3, Nikiski 0 (25-21, 25-20, 25-18)

Losers’ bracket

Sitka 3, Nome-Betlz 0 (25-10, 25-18, 25-23)

Barrow 3, Ben Eielson 0 (25-19, 25-22, 25-19)

Sitka 3, Mt. Edgecumbe 0 (25-22, 25-21, 26-24)

Valdez 3, Barrow 0 (25-6, 25-23, 25-10)

Valdez 3, Sitka 1 (25-27, 25-18, 27-25, 25-13)


Losers’ bracket

Valdez 3, Nikiski 1 (22-25, 25-10, 25-23, 25-11)


Kenai Central 3, Valdez 1 (25-18, 19-25, 25-12, 25-18)



Kenai Central 66, Homer 30

112: Maxwell Herndon (Homer) won by forfeit

119: Jadon Weisser (Homer) won by forfeit

125: Jaxson Young (Kenai Central) won by forfeit

130: Ryan Johnson (Kenai Central) won by forfeit

135: Abednego Larson (Kenai Central) over Maxwell Herndon (Homer) (Fall 1:37)

140: Zayne Adams (Homer) over Rusty Holmes (Kenai Central) (Fall 0:16)

145: Paul Minke (Homer) over Cody Holmes (Kenai Central) (Fall 3:04)

152: Alex Barajas (Kenai Central) won by forfeit

160:Atlas Ruark (Kenai Central) over Alexander Van Meter (Homer) (Fall 5:40)

171: Bryce Jolicoeur (Kenai Central) won by forfeit

189: Nathan Teates (Kenai Central) won by forfeit

215: Brandon Blake (Kenai Central) over Adgel Chandler (Homer) (Fall 1:46)

285: Luke Cole (Kenai Central) won by forfeit

107G: Heather Shae (Homer) over Justyce Stockman (Kenai Central) (Fall 1:01)

145G: Isabella Asi (Kenai Central) over Ryan Alcorta (Homer) (Fall 0:38)

152G: Jenna Yeoman (Kenai Central) won by forfeit

Soldotna 104, Kenai Central 12

103: Sam Henry (Soldotna) won by forfeit

112: Andrew Fielden (Soldotna) won by forfeit

119: Ryan Buchanan (Soldotna) won by forfeit

125: Titus Watts (Soldotna) over Jaxson Young (Kenai Central) (TF 16-1 4:10)

130: Mason Bock (Soldotna) over Ryan Johnson (Kenai Central) (Fall 1:12)

135: Abednego Larson (Kenai Central) over Paxton Roach (Soldotna) (Fall 0:23)

140: Braze Cassidy (Soldotna) over Rusty Holmes (Kenai Central) (Fall 1:28)

145: Hunter Bras (Soldotna) over Cody Holmes (Kenai Central) (Fall 1:50)

152: Nicholas Rackley (Soldotna) over Delen Byrd (Kenai Central) (Dec 8-4)

160: Liam Peck (Soldotna) over Leighton Wilshusen (Kenai Central) (Fall 0:52)

171: Gage Trent (Soldotna) over Bryce Jolicoeur (Kenai Central) (Fall 1:41)

189:Collin Peck (Soldotna) over Nathan Teates (Kenai Central) (Fall 2:38)

215: William Roberts (Kenai Central) won by forfeit

285: Kenai Lepule (Soldotna) over Cecil Newcomb-Hammer (Kenai Central) (Fall 1:08)

107G: Taylor Whittom (Soldotna) over Justyce Stockman (Kenai Central) (Fall 1:30)

114G: Angelina Chavarria (Soldotna) won by forfeit

132G: Kaytlin McAnelly (Soldotna) won by forfeit

138G: Daisy Hannevold (Soldotna) over Isabella Asi (Kenai Central) (Fall 0:43)

165G: Alyssa McDonald (Soldotna) over Jenna Yeoman (Kenai Central) (Inj. [time])

185G: Bella Byrd (Soldotna) won by forfeit

Soldotna 104, Homer 15

107G: Heather Shae (Homer High School Mariners) over Taylor Whittom (Soldotna) (Fall 1:40)

114G: Angelina Chavarria (Soldotna) won by forfeit

132G: Kaytlin McAnelly (Soldotna) won by forfeit

145G: Daisy Hannevold (Soldotna) over Ryan Alcorta (Homer High School Mariners) (Fall 0:30)

165G: Alyssa McDonald (Soldotna) won by forfeit

185G: Bella Byrd (Soldotna) won by forfeit

103: Sam Henry (Soldotna) won by forfeit

112: Andrew Fielden (Soldotna) over Maxwell Barker (Homer High School Mariners) (Fall 0:23)

119: Ryan Buchanan (Soldotna) over Jadon Weisser (Homer High School Mariners) (Fall 0:25)

125: Titus Watts (Soldotna) won by forfeit

130: Mason Bock (Soldotna) won by forfeit

135: Landyn Woods (Homer High School Mariners) over Tustin Keller (Soldotna) (Dec 12-8)

140: Braze Cassidy (Soldotna) over Zayne Adams (Homer High School Mariners) (Fall 1:37)

145: Hunter Bras (Soldotna) over Paul Minke (Homer High School Mariners) (Fall 3:09)

152: Riley Vacek (Soldotna) won by forfeit

160: Anthony Payne (Soldotna) over Tristan Overholt (Homer High School Mariners) (MD 15-4)

171: Gage Trent (Soldotna) won by forfeit

189: Collin Peck (Soldotna) won by forfeit

215: Adgel Chandler (Homer High School Mariners) over Unknown (For.)

285: Kenai Lepule (Soldotna) won by forfeit

Palmer 76, Bartlett 12

112: Wyatt Wilson (Palmer) over Vincent Robinson (Bartlett) (MD 11-0)

119: Fredy Gonzalez (Bartlett) won by forfeit

119: Kyle Henry (Palmer) over Fredy Gonzalez (Bartlett) (Fall 0:35)

125: Luke Henry (Palmer) over Muamar Khatir (Bartlett) (Fall 0:50)

130: Kael Salisbury-Gum (Palmer) over Soichiro Rolfe (Bartlett) (Fall 1:20)

135: Cayson Mastberg (Palmer) over Benjamin Fudge (Bartlett) (Fall 5:58)

140: Gannon Clarkson (Palmer) over Isiah Anaruk (Bartlett) (Fall 3:44)

145: Cody Vansiegman (Palmer) over David Rosario (Bartlett) (Fall 1:27)

152: Nolan Deemer (Palmer) won by forfeit

160: Ezra Ginn (Palmer) over Lucius Edwards (Bartlett) (Fall 1:28)

160: Andrew Deemer (Palmer) over Bradley Henning (Bartlett) (Fall 0:32)

171: Brad Long (Palmer) over Peter Ulofoshio (Bartlett) (Fall 1:35)

189: Carter Paulson (Palmer) over Ethan Pletnikoff (Bartlett) (Fall 3:59)

215: Hyrum Santiago (Bartlett) over Jacob Lehman (Palmer) (Fall 1:21)

285: Rueger Mothershead (Palmer) over Kedrick May (Bartlett) (Fall 0:47)


South 77, Bartlett -1

103: Carson Madison (South) over Khawaun Baptiste (West) (Fall 5:48)

112: Benson Mishler (South) won by forfeit

119: Benjamin Dunlap (South) won by forfeit

125: Jacob Morris (South) over Donovan Gee (West) (Fall 5:25)

130: Levi Shivers (South) over Jonas Dixon (West) (Dec 5-2)

135: Shaw Gerondale (South) over Lucas Starck (West) (Dec 8-3)

140: Bohdan Porter (South) over Ryder Thomas (West) (Fall 0:42)

145: Clayton McGuire (South) over Migel Sanchez (West) (TF 17-1 2:58)

152: Zane Gerlach (South) won by forfeit

160: Aaron Concepcion (South) over Liam Hase (West) (Fall 1:29)

171: Roth Powers (South) over Suleyman Guliyev (West) (Fall 2:39)

189: Gabriel Schumaker (South) over Sawyer Serrano (West) (Fall 0:24)

215: Paul Webster (South) won by forfeit

285: Chris Strawderman (South) won by forfeit

South 61, Eagle River 9

103: Carson Madison (South) won by forfeit

112: Benson Mishler (South) over Vash Bundy (Eagle River) (Dec 11-9)

119: Anan Siackhasone (South) over Louie Flint (Eagle River) (Dec 10-5)

125: Jacob Morris (South) over Liam Rogers (Eagle River) (Fall 3:54)

130: Levi Shivers (South) over Rovic Ubungen (Eagle River) (MD 9-1)

135: Michael Roschi (Eagle River) over Bohdan Porter (South) (MD 12-2)

140: Westyn Haslett (Eagle River) over Jase Phonsavang (South) (TF 16-1 3:25)

145: Clayton McGuire (South) over David Stott (Eagle River) (Fall 2:30)

152: Zane Gerlach (South) over Gideon Schmidt (Eagle River) (Fall 3:11)

160: Aaron Concepcion (South) over Bryson Diola (Eagle River) (TF 17-2 3:33)

171: Allen Hensen (South) over Jedd Kretsinger (Eagle River) (MD 14-0)

189: Gabriel Schumaker (South) over Braden Ott (Eagle River) (Fall 0:50)

215: Paul Webster (South) over Rylan Echeverria (Eagle River) (Fall 0:12)

285: Chris Strawderman (South) won by forfeit

West 49, Bartlett 27

103: Sam Perez (West) won by forfeit

112: Khawaun Baptiste (West) won by forfeit

119: Fredy Gonzalez (Bartlett) won by forfeit

125: Donovan Gee (West) over Soichiro Rolfe (Bartlett) (Fall 1:51)

130: Jonas Dixon (West) won by forfeit

135: Benjamin Fudge (Bartlett) over Damien Tom (West) (Dec 9-5)

140: Chris Espina (West) over Isiah Anaruk (Bartlett) (MD 13-4)

145: Migel Sanchez (West) over David Rosario (Bartlett) (Dec 7-4)

152: Declan Gee (West) won by forfeit

160: Liam Hase (West) over Bradley Henning (Bartlett) (Fall 0:37)

171: Suleyman Guliyev (West) won by forfeit

189: Jayce Casarez (Bartlett) over Sawyer Serrano (West) (Fall 2:24)

215: Ethan Pletnikoff (Bartlett) won by forfeit

285: Ari Harris (Bartlett) won by forfeit

Chugiak 39, Service 21

112: Talia Jenkins (Chugiak) won by forfeit

125: Bryce Zeiler (Chugiak) over Braiden Sanchez (Service) (Fall 1:36)

130: Alden Bevis (Service) over Kamdon Marchant (Chugiak) (TF 18-2 4:09)

135: Van Kollman (Chugiak) over Nikolas Novak (Service) (Fall 4:21)

140: Dax Jones (Chugiak) won by forfeit

145: Riley Poray (Chugiak) over David Kim (Service) (Dec 8-6)

152: Cullen Goodwin (Service) over Oliver Stoltze (Chugiak) (MD 17-8)

160: Elias Rimbert (Chugiak) over Ethan Luedde (Service) (Fall 0:43)

171: Kyan Caldarera (Service) over Brad Judy (Chugiak) (Fall 1:06)

189: Carson Gamez (Service) over John Armstrong (Chugiak) (Fall 1:05)

215: Noah Kirk (Chugiak) over Fin McCormac (Service) (Dec 13-10)

285: Spencer Johnson (Chugiak) over Arnold Baffour (Service) (Dec 2-1)

North Pole 94, West Valley 48

100G: Shyanne Hohnecker (North Pole) won by forfeit

107G: Jordan Aldridge (West Valley) over Ke`ala Lawrence (North Pole) (Fall 1:00)

114G: Anna Belle Valentine (West Valley) won by forfeit

120G: Danika Dawley (North Pole) over Megan Baise (West Valley) (Fall 5:22)

126G: Abbigail Whitlock (North Pole) over Kendra Baranoski (West Valley) (Fall 0:46)

132G:Desiree Moore (North Pole) over Alina Lind (West Valley) (Fall 1:10)

138G: Marian Burket (West Valley) won by forfeit

145G: Meghan Connelley (West Valley) won by forfeit

185G: Dazlyn Dayton (North Pole) won by forfeit

235G: Milla Harris (North Pole) won by forfeit

103: Canyon May (West Valley) won by forfeit

112: Hayden Roedel (North Pole) won by forfeit

119: Brody Bingaman (North Pole) won by forfeit

125: Keagan Barney (North Pole) won by forfeit

130: Jacob Roden (North Pole) won by forfeit

135: Kaden Bush (North Pole) over Sawyer Turner (West Valley) (Fall 2:29)

140: Keanu Lawrence (North Pole) over Eli Bjella (West Valley) (Fall 1:42)

145: Ethan Irigoyen (West Valley) won by forfeit

152: Gavin Kohler (North Pole) over Zane Lindberg (West Valley) (MD 14-0)

160: Simon Connolly (North Pole) over Dustin Phipps (West Valley) (Fall 1:55)

171: Titus Penwell (West Valley) over Tyler Brown (North Pole) (Fall 3:50)

189: Logan Sackinger (West Valley) over Oliver Padron (North Pole) (Fall 3:33)

215: Zeke Enlow (North Pole) over James Pearson (West Valley) (Fall 1:14)

285: Malachy Cummings (North Pole) over Alito Sobarzo (West Valley) (Fall 1:00)

Eagle River 66, Bartlett 10

112: Vash Bundy (Eagle River) won by forfeit

119: Louie Flint (Eagle River) over Fredy Gonzalez (Bartlett) (Fall 0:32)

125: August Rogers (Eagle River) over Muamar Khatir (Bartlett) (Fall 3:43)

130: Spencer Meneses (Eagle River) over Soichiro Rolfe (Bartlett) (Fall 0:42)

135: Benjamin Fudge (Bartlett) over Ryan Kennedy (Eagle River) (MD 15-6)

140: Isiah Anaruk (Bartlett) over Justyn Betsayad (Eagle River) (Fall 1:57)

145: David Stott (Eagle River) over David Rosario (Bartlett) (Fall 4:51)

152: Gideon Schmidt (Eagle River) won by forfeit

160: Erik Henderson (Eagle River) over Bradley Henning (Bartlett) (Fall 1:14)

171: Jedd Kretsinger (Eagle River) over Peter Ulofoshio (Bartlett) (Fall 0:53)

189: Tytan Godfrey (Eagle River) over Kaleb Greer (Bartlett) (Fall 1:20)

215: Braden Ott (Eagle River) over Ari Harris (Bartlett) (Fall 0:19)

285: Liam Ferguson (Eagle River) won by forfeit

Eagle River 70, West 12

103: Khawaun Baptiste (West) won by forfeit

112: Vash Bundy (Eagle River) won by forfeit

119: Louie Flint (Eagle River) won by forfeit

125: Liam Rogers (Eagle River) over Donovan Gee (West) (Fall 1:44)

130: Rovic Ubungen (Eagle River) over Jonas Dixon (West) (Fall 5:11)

135: Michael Roschi (Eagle River) over Lucas Starck (West) (Fall 3:59)

140: Westyn Haslett (Eagle River) over Ryder Thomas (West) (MD 15-2)

145: David Stott (Eagle River) over Migel Sanchez (West) (Fall 0:19)

152: Gideon Schmidt (Eagle River) won by forfeit

160: Bryson Diola (Eagle River) over Liam Hase (West) (Fall 0:08)

171: Suleyman Guliyev (West) over Jedd Kretsinger (Eagle River) (Fall 2:55)

189: Tytan Godfrey (Eagle River) over Sawyer Serrano (West) (Fall 1:08)

215: Braden Ott (Eagle River) won by forfeit

285: Rylan Echeverria (Eagle River) won by forfeit

South 96, Bartlett 12

120G: McKinley Reid (South) over Carmen Delgado (Bartlett) (Fall 1:30)

138G: Jeleyce Shakir (Bartlett) over Savannah Stout (South) (Fall 1:32)

145G: Saige Morris (South) over Leah Nichols (Bartlett) (Fall 2:40)

165G: Jessailah Thammavongsa (South) over Venice Cabugao (Bartlett) (Fall 1:07)

103: Carson Madison (South) won by forfeit

112: Benson Mishler (South) won by forfeit

119: Benjamin Dunlap (South) over Fredy Gonzalez (Bartlett) (Fall 0:42)

125: Emmanuel Valadez (South) over Muamar Khatir (Bartlett) (Fall 0:32)

130: Levi Shivers (South) owon by forfeit

135: Bohdan Porter (South) over Benjamin Fudge (Bartlett) (Fall 2:44)

140: Shaw Gerondale (South) over Isiah Anaruk (Bartlett) (Fall 2:22)

145: Clayton McGuire (South) over David Rosario (Bartlett) (Fall 1:11)

152: Zane Gerlach (South) won by forfeit

160: Aaron Concepcion (South) won by forfeit

171: Allen Hensen (South) won by forfeit

189: Gabriel Schumaker (South) over Ethan Pletnikoff (Bartlett) (Fall 3:26)

215: Hyrum Santiago (Bartlett) over Paul Webster (South) (Fall 2:48)

285: Chris Strawderman (South) won by forfeit

East 39, Chugiak 33

103: Double Forfeit

112: Max Francisco (East) won by forfeit

119: Bryce Frost (East) won by forfeit

125: Dustin Pyne (East) over Cohen Scow (Chugiak) (Fall 3:15)

130: Deshawn Barbee (East) over Rohn Grayson (Chugiak) (Fall 1:07)

135: Keagan Frost (East) over Van Kollman (Chugiak) (Fall 5:26)

140: Kenton Cooke (East) over Dax Jones (Chugiak) (TF 18-3 2:01)

145: Riley Poray (Chugiak) over Jayson Thomas Sanook (East) (Fall 3:02)

152: Morgan Robinson (Chugiak) over Quentin Riley (East) (Fall 0:49)

160: Masausi Afoa (East) over Shaw Banfield (Chugiak) (MD 14-2)

171: Brad Judy (Chugiak) over Ezra Quinto (East) (Dec 6-0)

189: John Armstrong (Chugiak) won by forfeit

215: Spencer Johnson (Chugiak) over Alberto Colon (East) (Fall 1:00)

285: Noah Kirk (Chugiak) won by forfeit

Chugiak 57, Dimond 18

103: Alan Wu (Dimond) won by forfeit

112: Talia Jenkins (Chugiak) won by forfeit

119: Double Forfeit

125: Bryce Zeiler (Chugiak) over Jameson Keegan (Dimond) (Fall 0:53)

130: Rohn Grayson (Chugiak) won by forfeit

135: Dax Jones (Chugiak) over Garen Andrews (Dimond) (Fall 3:25)

140: Riley Poray (Chugiak) won by forfeit

145: Samuel Lazenby (Chugiak) over Kody Hudok (Dimond) (Fall 4:56)

152: Gavin Doseck (Chugiak) over Everett Monteil (Dimond) (Dec 7-6)

160: Brand Judy (Chugiak) over Kaden Robinson (Dimond) (Fall 4:57)

171: Elias Rimbert (Chugiak) over Fynn Raye (Dimond) (Fall 2:26)

189: Josiah James (Dimond) over John Armstrong (Chugiak) (Fall 1:10)

215: Spencer Johnson (Chugiak) over Brayden Vreeland (Dimond) (Fall 2:57)

285: Daven Nysta (Dimond) over Noah Kirk (Chugiak) (Fall 0:57)

Boys Hockey


Wasilla 4, Colony 3

North Pole 6, Monroe Catholic 2


Houston 15, Delta 0

Palmer 5, North Pole 2

Wasilla 8, West Valley 3


Wasilla 6, Juneau-Douglas 5

Houston 7, Chugiak 1

Colony 4, North Pole 2


West Valley 7, Houston 7

Wasilla 2, Chugiak 0

Dimond 3, Palmer 3




Northwest Nazarene 3, UAA 2 (23-25, 23-25, 27-25, 25-20, 15-9)


Central Washington 3, UAA 1 (25-16, 23-25, 25-15, 25-12)



UAA 3, Robert Morris 2


UAA 2, Robert Morris 2 (tie)

Men’s Basketball


UAA 77, Chaminade 72


UAA 65, Hawaii Pacific 50

Women’s Basketball


UAA 66, Hawaii Pacific 48


UAA 78, Hawaii Hilo 50

Josh Reed

Josh Reed is a sports reporter for the Anchorage Daily News. He's a graduate of West High School and the University of North Carolina at Pembroke.