The Rewind: Alaska skiers shine in World Cup relays, UAA men’s basketball team has winning streak snapped and UAF wins Governor’s Cup

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

One of the final big regular-season high school wrestling tournaments in the state took place in Anchorage last weekend and saw the reigning Division I boys state champions emerge victorious in tightly contested finals. On the college sports scene, it was a rough weekend for University of Alaska Anchorage athletics on the men’s and women’s side as the Seawolves had a nationally ranked team falling from the ranks of the unbeaten. Outside the state, several Alaskan athletes had impressive showings, both nationally and internationally.

Headlines and highlights

The 2023 Grace Grizzly Shakedown essentially played out the same way the Division I boys state tournament did last year with defending champion South Anchorage edging out Soldotna 246-237.5 points to secure its third tournament team title of the season. Nearly half of the championship bouts, 5 of 12, featured matchups between Wolverines and Stars. In the end, it was South that finished with the most individual champions crowned with four followed by Soldotna with three.

“Overall, the team wrestled well,” South coach Randy Hanson said. “There will always be some minor fixes we need to address, but that is the reason we compete, to challenge ourselves and learn from those mistakes. We weren’t too worried about the team race for the tournament, since our team wasn’t at full strength. I was more focused on seeing how our younger kids would do stepping into the varsity tournament, how some of our veterans would bounce back after Lancer (Smith Tournament), and how offensively and aggressively we wrestled.”

The 2023 2A state high school volleyball championship took place at Palmer High School last week and concluded Saturday with a pair of matches between Birchwood Christian and Susitna Valley. Susitna avenged its Friday night loss to Birchwood in a four-set victory but the Warriors bounced back in the single set match with a 30-25 victory to secure the state title.

In prep hockey action, both South and West remain undefeated. The Wolverines shut out rival Dimond 1-0 on Tuesday and Colony 3-0 on Friday while the Eagles edged out Wasilla 3-2 on Saturday. The co-op of Bartlett and Bettye Davis East snapped a 21-game losing streak for the Golden Bears with a 5-2 win over Eagle River last Tuesday.

The West Anchorage cross-country ski team came in first in both of the Class A divisions at the Snowball Skate Sprint race at Service High on Saturday. The Eagles bested the runner-up Cougars in each race with the boys winning with a cumulative lowest time of 23:22.1 to 23:39.0. In the girls race, the Eagles won with a mark of 28:07.7 to 28:18.9 for Service. Murphy Kimball of West won the boys race with a time of 5:38.5 and was one of five Eagles to finish in the top 10. Three Cougars were top 10 led by runner-up Elias Soule with a time of 5:45.2. Olivia Soderstrom of Service won the girls race with a finish of 6:40.3 and was one of three Cougars in the top 10. The Eagles had five in the top 10 led by Piper Sears with a second-place time of 6:56.5.


Both of the UAA basketball teams got their first taste of Great Northwest Athletic Conference action last week with a pair of road games against Montana State Billings and Seattle Pacific, and both went 0-2. It marked the first time that the men’s team experienced defeat after beginning the season with a hot 8-0 start that led to its first national ranking since 2016. The women’s team has now lost four straight. Leading the Seawolves in scoring on the men’s side in the two games was senior forward Sawyer Storms with 26 points. Junior guard Senya Rabouin was the top scorer on the women’s team with 44 points.

“We did not defend in the first half like we are capable of,” said UAA men’s head coach Rusty Osborne after the team suffered it’s first loss. “We did defend well in the second half, but we were very poor offensively. Some of it was execution, some of it was them, and a lot of it was missing open shots and layups that we usually make.”

The UAA men’s hockey team hosted UAF for a two-game series in the second leg of the annual Governor’s Cup. The Nanooks shut out the Seawolves on Friday night powered by a superb special teams and beat them 3-1 on Saturday night. Anchorage’s Maximilion Helgeson scored the lone goal for the home team in the third period off a power play, marking just their second in their last five games.

“Just clinching the Governor’s Cup is huge,” UAF head coach Erik Largen said after Saturday’s win. “That’s a big thing for our campus and community but obviously the next two games (against UAA) are going to be important and whenever we face off against each other, they’re going to bring a great effort. It’s going to be another battle when we play back in Fairbanks.”

[UAF sweeps UAA to win Governor’s Cup series]

The Anchorage Wolverines dropped a pair of games over the weekend to the Kenai River Brown Bears by identical scores of 4-3. They lost on the road in a shootout Friday night and in their last home game of the 2023 portion of their schedule, they nearly overcame a 3-0 deficit after being sparked by a pair of goals from defenseman Jackson Stimple.

“We got down early after a tough start but I like the grit and battle back,” Stimple said. “We just couldn’t come all the way back and sometimes that’s going to happen. You’re not going to win them all.”

[Wolverines fall short of comeback attempt in second straight loss to Brown Bears]

Alaska stars shining Outside

Anchorage’s Rosie Brennan of the Alaska Pacific University nordic ski team teamed up with fellow Olympian Jessie Diggins to carry the U.S. women to a third-place finish at the World Cup relay races in Gallivare, Sweden, on Sunday. They skied the classic legs of the race and the team completed the 4×7.5-kilometer race in a time of 1:20:46.8, winning a bronze medal in the process.

“Relay podiums are always special,” Brennan told U.S. Ski & Snowboard. “It’s always fun to have a joint effort out there and everyone shares the emotion.”

On the men’s side, the relay team featuring a trio of Alaskans in Gus Schumacher, Scott Patterson and Zanden McMullen snapped a 20-year drought of not finishing in the top five by coming in fifth with a time of 1:12:36.0.

“I think being such good friends and being so close to your teammates,” McMullen said in a release from U.S. Ski & Snowboard. “It relieves a lot of pressure and feels very familiar.”

[Alaska skiers spur successful World Cup weekend for Americans]

Anchorage’s Alissa Pili had a couple of 20-plus-point scoring outings this past week as she led the University of Utah women’s basketball team to its fourth and fifth consecutive victories. The former Dimond High star led the Utes with 21 points in a 100-44 win over Carroll College last Tuesday and 23 points in an 87-68 win over Brigham Young University.

Anchorage’s Edefuan Ulofoshio helped lead the University of Washington football team to a thrilling 34-31 victory over the University of Oregon on Friday in the Pac-12 championship game. The senior starting inside linebacker formerly of South High finished second on the team in total tackles with six and solo tackles with three. With their second win over the Ducks this season, the Huskies punched their ticket to the College Football Playoffs. On Sunday, Washington was revealed as No. 2 in the final four standings and will take on the University of Texas on New Year’s Day at 4:45 p.m. Alaska Standard Time in a game that will be broadcasted on ESPN.

Anchorage’s Damarion Delaney averaged 20.6 points over the weekend for the Spokane Community College men’s basketball team, which went 1-2 in a trio of games from Friday to Sunday. The former Bettye Davis East standout led the team in scoring in its Saturday loss to Chemeketa with 23 points and in its Sunday loss to Portland with 20 points. His fellow Big Foot and former Thunderbirds teammate Jahbez Sellers led the team in scoring with 21 points in their Friday win over Lane College.

Chugiak’s Hannah Shaha led the Run AK team to a runner-up finish in the open division at the Nike Cross Regional at the Eagle Island XC Course in Boise, Idaho. The sophomore and reigning Division I state cross-country champion finished 17th overall out of a field of 898 by covering the 5-kilometer course in a time of 19:20. On the boys side, Palmer’s Tobias Buchanan of Colony, who finished runner-up at state, recorded a personal best with a time of 16:24 in his final prep race and came in 107th in a championship field of 214.


Fast forward



Region IV Tournament, Saturday at South High School

The 2023 postseason will officially get underway this weekend with regional tournaments taking place across the state. Reigning Divsion I state champion South Anchorage will host the Cook Inlet Conference schools on its home mats as the Wolverines attempt to win their 12th straight regional title as well as for bids to next week’s state tournament.

Cross Country Skiing

Classic Invitational (Limited) 7.5K / Open-3K, Saturday at Beach Lake at 11 a.m.

The second race of the 2023 season and the last of this calendar year will take place this weekend out at Beach Lake and will be hosted by Chugiak and Eagle River.



South v. Service, Wednesday at Ben Boeke, 6:30 p.m.

This midweek Cook Inlet Conference clash will be between rivals. The Wolverines will be looking to stay undefeated and improve to 4-0 while the Cougars will be trying to avoid dropping their fourth in a row by notching their second win of the season and the first over a CIC opponent.


Women’s Basketball

UAA vs. Clarion, Friday and Sunday at Alaska Airlines Center, 7 p.m. and 2 p.m.

The Seawolves will be back in action on their home court for the final time in 2023 for a two-game nonconference series with the Golden Eagles where they will be looking to get back on track and snap their recent losing skid.

Last week’s results


Cross country skiing

Snowball Freestyle Sprints

Saturday at Service High

2.8K freestyle

Team results



1. West, 28:07.7; 2. Service, 28:18.9; 3. South, 29:46.3; 4. Dimond, 33:30.4; 5. Eagle River 35:11.6; 6. Chugiak, 35:51.2.


1. West, 23:22.1; 2. Service, 23:39.0; 3. South, 24:59.1; 4. Dimond, 25:13.1; 5. Eagle River, 28:05.7; 6. Chugiak, 28:16.3.

Individual top 10



1. Olivia Soderstrom, Service, 6:40.3; 2. Piper Sears, West, 6:56.5; 3. Reine Soule, Service, 6:59.1; 4 Berit Meyers, West, 6:59.4; 5. Greta Bochenek, West, 7:02.9; 6. Miyana Kim-Magruder, Service, 7:07.7; 7. Mia Stiassny, South, 7:08.7; 8. Alise Elliot, South, 7:08.8; 9. Zoe Rodgers, West, 7:08.9; 10. Merridy Littell, West, 7:13.7.


1. Murphy Kimball, West, 5:38.5; 2. Elias Soule, Service, 5:45.2; 3. Vebjorn Flagstad, South, 5:49.7; 4. Hatcher Menkens, West, 5:52.4; 5. Elias Oswald, Service, 5:53.3; 6. Cole Flower, West, 5:53.3; 7. Justin Lucas, Service, 5:56.3; 8. Blake Hanley, West, 5:57.8; 9. Jacob Johson, Dimond, 5:58.7; 10. Merrick Silba, West, 5:59.4.



Dimond 47, Bartlett 35

103: Mathew Her (Bartlett) over Alan Wu (Dimond) (Fall 2:54)

112: Vincent Robinson (Bartlett) win by forfeit

119: Soichiro Rolfe (Bartlett) win by forfeit

125: Jameson Keegan (Dimond) over Muamar Khatir (Bartlett) (Fall 3:26)

130: Keller Jackson (Dimond) win by forfeit

135: Benjamin Fudge (Bartlett) over Garen Andrews (Dimond) (TF 19-4 4:13)

140: Isiah Anaruk (Bartlett) win by forfeit

145: Donovin Loy (Dimond) over Bradley Henning (Bartlett) (Fall 0:20)

152: Everett Monteil (Dimond) over Lucius Edwards (Bartlett) (Fall 1:25)

160: Kaden Robinson (Dimond) over Peter Ulofoshio (Bartlett) (Fall 1:41)

171: Fynn Raye (Dimond) over Kale Voisine (Bartlett) (Fall 2:34)

189: Ethan Pletnikoff (Bartlett) over Josiah James (Dimond) (Fall 4:59)

215: Brayden Vreeland (Dimond) over Hyrum Santiago (Bartlett) (TF 17-2 5:25)

285: Gregory Caldwell (Dimond) win by forfeit

South 77, Service 10

103: Carson Madison (South) win by forfeit

112: Lorenzo Sampang (South) win by forfeit

119: Benjamin Dunlap (South) over Braiden Sanchez (Service) (Fall 3:58)

125: Anan Siackhasone (South) over Giuliano Maddamma (Service) (TF 16-1 5:18)

130: Levi Shivers (South) over Alden Bevis (Service) (Dec 6-4)

135: Bohdan Porter (South) over Nikolas Novak (Service) (Fall 0:56)

140: Jase Phonsavang (South) win by forfeit

145: Clayton McGuire (South) win by forfeit

152: Duke McGuffey (South) over Ethan Labio (Service) (Fall 1:51)

160: Aaron Concepcion (South) over Tyler Remaklus (Service) (Fall 0:53)

171: Roth Powers (South) over Kyan Caldarera (Service) (Fall 4:23)

189: Gabriel Schumaker (South) over Carson Gamez (Service) (Dec 4-3)

215: Hayden Martin (South) win by forfeit

285: Chris Strawderman (South) over Arnold Baffour (Service) (Fall 1:36)

145G: Malila Miller (Service) over Saige Morris (South) (MD 16-7)

185G: Keasiya Luedde (Service) over Allison Coffey (South) (Fall 2:51)

Soldotna 111, Homer 33

103: Sam Strouse (Soldotna) over Luca Fitzpatrick (Homer) (Dec 6-4)

112: Jaden Carlyle (Soldotna) over Bryce Hagge (Homer) (Fall 5:04)

119: Jadon Weisser (Homer) win by forfeit

125: Jacob Strausbaugh (Soldotna) win by forfeit

130: Tustin Keller (Soldotna) over Landyn Woods (Homer) (Fall 5:28)

135: Braze Cassidy (Soldotna) over Justus Grimes (Homer) (Fall 3:57)

135: Maxwell Herndon (Homer) over Paxton Roach (Soldotna) (Fall 3:04)

140: Zayne Adams (Homer) over Harold Rudstorm (Soldotna) (Fall 5:15)

145: Michael Dickinson (Soldotna) over Paul Minke (Homer) (Fall 3:51)

152: Brayden Woods (Homer) over Anthony Payne (Soldotna) (Dec 8-1)

160: Trevor Michael (Soldotna) over Alexander Van Meter (Homer) (Fall 2:20)

171: Collin Peck (Soldotna) win by forfeit

189: Rodney McNeel (Soldotna) win by forfeit

215: Koda Lepule (Soldotna) over Adgel Chandler (Homer) (Fall 1:33)

285: Kenai Lepule (Soldotna) win by forfeit

100G: Double Forfeit

107G: Valarie McAnelly (Soldotna) win by forfeit

114G: Taylor Whittom (Soldotna) win by forfeit

120G: Rowan Peck (Soldotna) win by forfeit

126G: Abriella Werner (Soldotna) win by forfeit

132G: Kaytlin McAnelly (Soldotna) win by forfeit

138G: Daisy Hannevold (Soldotna) over Ryan Alcorta (Homer) (Fall 1:49)

145G: Tristin Byrd (Soldotna) win by forfeit

152G: Double Forfeit

165G: Bryce Glidden (Homer) over Bella Byrd (Soldotna) (Fall 5:35)

185G: Roane Cook (Homer) over Infinity-Ann Asiata-Higa (Soldotna) (Fall 2:26)

235G: Meg Roberts (Soldotna) win by forfeit

Eagle River 34, Chugiak 32

107G: Lauren Bodeen (Eagle River) over Talia Jenkins (Chugiak) (MD 12-4)

103: Abbas Baqli (Chugiak) over Melanie Leeds (Eagle River) (Dec 6-0)

112: Vash Bundy (Eagle River) over Cole Erickson (Chugiak) (Dec 7-3)

119: Louie Flint (Eagle River) over Nicholas Harris (Chugiak) (Fall 5:14)

125: Bryce Zeiler (Chugiak) over August Rogers (Eagle River) (MD 14-2)

130: Liam Rogers (Eagle River) over Daykotak Baker (Chugiak) (Fall 0:33)

135: Dax Jones (Chugiak) over Rovic Ubungen (Eagle River) (Fall 5:09)

140: Michael Roschi (Eagle River) over Riley Poray (Chugiak) (MD 14-6)

145: Samuel Lazenby(Chugiak) over Westyn Haslett (Eagle River) (Dec 6-4)

152: Gideon Schmidt (Eagle River) over Cannon Clifford (Chugiak) (Dec 4-2)

160: Bryson Diola (Eagle River) over Elias Rimbert (Chugiak) (Fall 2:19)

171: Brad Judy (Chugiak) over Erik Henderson (Eagle River) (Fall 5:49)

189: Braden Ott (Eagle River) over Cayden Fell (Chugiak) (Fall 1:44)

215: Spencer Johnson (Chugiak) over Tytan Godfrey (Eagle River) (MD 12-0)

285: Logan Kraus (Chugiak) over Rylan Echeverria (Eagle River) (Fall 2:54)

Colony 90, Wasilla 39

103: Noah Justice (Colony) over Alexander Probasco (Wasilla) (Fall 0:36)

112: Jake Olson (Colony) over Zachary Viernes (Wasilla) (Fall 2:50)

119: Chase Foss (Wasilla) over Isaiah Schultz (Colony) (Fall 2:00)

125: Peyton Wright (Wasilla) over Kaden Ortiz (Colony) (Fall 2:55)

130: Ty Harmon (Colony) over Arnold Gagnon (Wasilla) (Fall 0:17)

135: Corbin Lutz (Wasilla) over Nicholas Floresta (Colony) (SV-1 4-2)

140: Matthew Mitchell (Colony) over Thailyn Reynolds (Wasilla) (Dec 12-8)

145: Tristen Mayer (Colony) over Brandt Steiner (Wasilla) (Fall 3:20)

152: Laramie Gibson (Colony) over Eugene Obukhovskiy (Wasilla) (Fall 3:58)

160: Luke Roderick (Colony) over Max Moat (Wasilla) (Dec 5-2)

171: Willem Erickson (Colony) over Noah Benoit (Wasilla) (Fall 1:21)

189: Thomas Weller (Colony) over Jackson Evans (Wasilla) (Fall 0:57)

215: Liam Brown (Wasilla) over Jackson Weller (Colony) (Fall 3:45)

285: Jackson Goss (Colony) over Casey Weber (Wasilla) (Fall 1:34)

100G: Kaelynn Seidl (Wasilla) over Grace Loutzenhiser (Colony) (Fall 3:47)

107G: Hayden VanderPool (Colony) over Tiffany Churchill (Wasilla) (Fall 1:08)

114G: Sophia Ellibee (Colony) win by forfeit

120G: Tayia Larsen (Colony) over Laylah Wooten (Wasilla) (Fall 3:21)

126G: Brynlee Lutz (Wasilla) win by forfeit

132G: Olivia Probasco (Wasilla) win by forfeit

138G: Double Forfeit

145G: Amelia Fawcett (Colony) over Sarah Palmer (Wasilla) (Fall 0:38)

152G: Aspen Kelly (Colony) win by forfeit

165G: Gia Jones (Colony) win by forfeit

185G: Double Forfeit

235G: Double Forfeit

East 45, West 29

103: Khawaun Baptiste (West) over Julian Jean (East) (MD 15-7)

112: Max Francisco (East) win by forfeit

119: Bryce Frost (East) over Christopher Cuevas (West) (Dec 4-2)

125: Donovan Gee (West) over Noa Tuga (East) (Fall 1:57)

130: Vladimir Jean (East) over Paul McLaughlin (West) (Fall 3:14)

135: Deshawn Barbee (East) over Gage Williams (West) (Fall 0:55)

140: Lucas Starck (West) over Warren Smallwood (East) (Dec 11-8)

145: Kenton Cooke (East) over Chris Espina (West) (Fall 2:31)

152: Migel Sanchez (West) over Emmanael Mast (East) (MD 17-7)

160: Liam Hase (West) over Michael Carr (East) (Fall 1:55)

171: Suleyman Guliyev (West) over Everett Whitson (East) (Fall 2:31)

189: Aiden Hammonds (East) over Sawyer Serrano (West) (Fall 3:32)

215: Julian Ferreira (East) win by forfeit

285: Alberto Colon (East) win by forfeit

126G: Lilyanne Oldham (West) over Layla Saelee (East) (Fall 3:01)

Eielson 64, North Pole 59

103: Evan Micham (Eielson) win by forfeit

112: Hayden Roedel (North Pole) over Kooper Matteson (Eielson) (Fall 1:24)

119: Lane Rife (North Pole) over Trevor Rodriguez (Eielson) (Fall 3:58)

125: Kyler Matteson (Eielson) over Brody Bingaman (North Pole) (Fall 1:20)

130: Noah Rockhold (Eielson) over Jacob Roden (North Pole) (MD 9-0)

135: Cayden Maughan (Eielson) over Dylan Canoy (North Pole) (Fall 0:42)

140: Keanu Lawrence (North Pole) over Billy Duke (Eielson) (Dec 9-7)

145: Enoch Worthington (Eielson) win by forfeit

152: Gavin Kohler (North Pole) over Daniel Bingham (Eielson) (MD 13-4)

160: Simon Connolly (North Pole) over Loch Johnson (Eielson) (Fall 3:50)

171: Double Forfeit

189: Raiden Darby (North Pole) over Hayden Waller (Eielson) (MD 12-2)

215: Zeke Enlow (North Pole) over Jonathan Patterson (Eielson) (Dec 5-2)

285: Malachy Cummings (North Pole) over Darren Coleman (Eielson) (Fall 2:15)

100G: Ke`ala Lawrence (North Pole) over Payton Rodriguez (Eielson) (Dec 8-5)

107G: Abby Wease (Eielson) over Shyanne Hohnecker (North Pole) (Fall 1:28)

114G: Jaelynn Colby (North Pole) win by forfeit

120G: Danika Dawley (North Pole) win by forfeit

126G: Abbigail Whitlock (North Pole) over Kaydance Burkeen (Eielson) (Fall 1:48)

132G: Madison Fitzgerald (Eielson) win by forfeit

138G: Sadie Rockhold (Eielson) win by forfeit

145G: Lahyla White (Eielson) over Elizabeth Smith (North Pole) (Fall 2:39)

152G: Maci Burkeen (Eielson) win by forfeit

165G: Double Forfeit

185G: Lily Tice (Eielson) over Dazlyn Dayton (North Pole) (Fall 1:29)

235G: Double Forfeit

145G: Zoe Fuller (Eielson) over Elizabeth Smith (North Pole) (Fall 5:08)


ASAA 2A State Championship tournament


Metlakatla 3, Tri-Valley 0 (25-18, 25-23, 25-11)

Susitna Valley 3, Dillingham 1 (25-10, 14-25, 25-20, 25-8)

Wrangell 3, Glennallen 1 (25-16, 25-9, 25-27, 25-15)

Birchwood Christian 3, Sand Point 0 (25-16, 26-24, 25-15)

Winner’s bracket

Susitna Valley 3, Metlakatla 1 (25-16, 25-23, 23-25, 25-19)

Birchwood Christian 3, Wrangell 0 (25-19, 25-20, 13-25, 25-19)


Winner’s bracket

Birchwood Christian 3, Susitna Valley 0 (25-22, 25-22, 25-22)

Loser’s bracket

Tri-Valley 3, Dillingham 2 (13-25, 22-25, 25-16, 25-12, 15-6)

Sand Point 3, Glennallen 2 (19-25, 30-28, 25-23, 20-25, 15-13)

Wrangell 3, Tri-Valley 1 (25-12, 13-25, 25-15, 25-21)

Metlakatla 3, Sand Point 1 (25-19, 19-25, 25-20, 25-9)

Metlakatla 3, Wrangell 0 (25-19, 25-21, 25-15)


Loser’s bracket

Susitna Valley 3, Metlakatla 1 (25-23, 25-16, 22-25, 25-6)

2A State championship

Susitna Valley 3, Birchwood Christian 1 (20-25, 25-23, 25-21, 28-26)

Birchwood Christian 1, Susitna Valley 0 (30-25)

2023 Mix Six Volleyball Championship


Martin L Olson 2, Nunamiut 0 (25-19, 25-23)

Lewis Angapak 2, Kake 0 (25-20, 25-22)

Tanalian2 , White Mountain 0 (25-12, 25-19)

Gustavus 2, Nikolaevsk 0 (25-6, 25-4)

Martin L Olson 2, Fort Yukon 0 (25-18, 25-14)

Buckland 2, Lewis Angapak 0 (25-20, 25-18)

Tanalian 2, Scammon Bay 0 (25-14, 25-12)

Gustavus 2, Aniak 0 (26-24, 25-6)


Nunamiut 2, Aniak 0 (25-18, 25-12)

Kake 2, Scammon Bay 0 (25-13, 25-15)

White Mountain 2, Lewis Angapak 0 (25-11, 25-18)

Fort Yukon 2, Nikolaevsk 0 (25-3, 25-10)

Martin L Olson 3, Buckland 0 (25-5, 25-17, 25-16)

Tanalian 3, Gustavus 0 (25-22, 25-17, 25-14)

Nunamiut 2, Kake 0 (25-20, 25-16)

White Mountain 2, Fort Yukon 0 (25-15, 25-17)

Nunamiut 3, Buckland 0 (27-25, 22-25, 25-12)

White Mountain 2 , Gustavus 0 (25-16, 25-17)

Martin L Olson 3, Tanalian 0 (25-17, 25-23, 25-10)


Nunamiuut 3, White Mountain 0 (13-25, 25-10, 25-11)

White Mountain 2, Tanalian 0 (25-17, 25-12)

Martin L Olson 3, White Mountain 0 (25-23, 25-12, 25-20)

Boys Hockey


South 1, Dimond 0

Palmer 2, Wasilla 0

Bartlett 5, Eagle River 2


West 4, Chugiak 1


Kenai Central 7, Homer 0


South 3, Colony 0

Houston 9, Delta 0

Kenai Central 7, Tri-Valley 0


West 3, Wasilla 2

Houston 15, Bartlett 2

Soldotna 7, Kodiak 0

Kenai Central 7, Tri-Valley 0




West 33, Bartlett 2

West - Jahdyn Odom 267

Bartlett - Tristan Jones 181

Dimond 33, Service 2

Dimond - Damean Juhlin 237

Service - Paul Clark 201

Eagle River 32, Chugiak 2

Eagle River - Riley Lanehart 209

Chugiak - Michael Nelson 155

South 24, East 11

South - Jonathan Wood 191

East - Tristan Andrew 196


Bartlett 29, West 6

Bartlett - Tida Xiong 153

West - Kira Bold 145

Dimond 31, Service 4

Dimond - Abigail Jokela 204

Service - Lillian Blumenberg 158

Chugiak 22, Eagle River 13

Chugiak - Kaitlyn Heaston 151

Eagle River - Payton Stokes 177

East 29, South 6

East - Chacity Kuamoo 197

South - Noelle Jones 108



Service 33, Bartlett 2

Service - Willis Dial 205

Bartlett - Nick Jones 192

West 31, Eagle River 4

West - Marcos Vian 256

Eagle River - Michael Jennings 202

Dimond 22, East 13

Dimond - Tim Kiehn 257

East - Colton Penetac 238

South 35, Bartlett 0

South - Trinity Vojtasek 212

Bartlett - Michael Nelson 174


Service 31, Bartlett 4

Service - Alyssa Porcelli 237

Bartlett - Mai See Cha 139

West 20, Eagle River 15

West - Kendall Bencid 146

Eagle River - Morgan Van Slyke 165

Dimond 33, East 2

Dimond - Abigail Jokela 178

East - Chacity Kuamoo 173

Chugiak 29, South 6

Chugiak - Abigail Lanehart 220

South - Noelle Jones 118




UAF 5, UAA 0


UAF 3, UAA 1

Men’s Basketball


Montana State Billings 66, UAA 59


Seattle Pacific 80, UAA 75

Women’s Basketball


Montana State Billings 83, UAA 68


Seattle Pacific 62, UAA 59



Kenai River Brown Bears 4, Anchorage Wolverines 3


Kenai River Brown Bears 4, Anchorage Wolverines 3

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.