Monthly Archives: October 2017

Alaska player-of-the-year candidate Snell commits to Montana St

October 4, 2017

Derryk Snell uses his elusive moves to avoid getting tackled on the high school football field, but the Chugiak Mustangs senior scoring machine didn’t need to dance around his college decision. He picked the school that’s been with him since the start: Montana State University. The Alaska player-of-the-year candidate has verbally commitment to the Bobcats… Read more »

Williams helps Robert Morris take second at Boilermaker Classic

October 3, 2017

Anchorage’s Logan Williams helped the Robert Morris University bowling team place second at the Boilermaker Classic in West Lafayette, Indiana. The junior transfer tied for 97th out of 227 finishers in the men’s competition, the first meet of the college bowling season. Williams, of Bartlett High fame, averaged a score of 184.5 in five games… Read more »

Sulte has a 3-to-1 kill-to-error ratio at Air Force Academy

October 2, 2017

Anchorage’s Brynn Sulte has a lot of responsibilities as a first-year cadet at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Yet the freshman middle hitter has managed to still contribute to the volleyball team. Sulte, of Dimond High fame, has a 3-to-1 kill-to-error ratio and owns the team’s best attack percentage. The 6-foot-2… Read more »

Fabulous Fenumiai scores 26th career TD for Western Oregon

October 1, 2017

When it comes to college football players from Alaska, Phillip Fenumiai of Juneau is one of the best. And most versatile. The Western Oregon University senior playmaker is one of the rare Alaskans to accomplish the trifecta on offense by scoring touchdowns as a passer, rusher and receiver. Fenumiai, of Juneau-Douglas High fame, scored his… Read more »