Posts Tagged: Football

Hall makes seven tackles, recovers fumble against Florida

November 18, 2018

University of Idaho football player Ed Hall of Eagle River put together one of his finest all-around performances against the nationally ranked Florida Gators. The senior linebacker made seven tackles, recovered a fumble and broke up a pass in coverage. Hall, of Eagle River High fame, is tied for fourth on Idaho with 61 tackles…. Read more »

Duffy bounces back with effective effort in Dubuque finale

November 12, 2018

Coming off his worst game in a Spartans uniform, University of Dubuque transfer quarterback Sean Duffy of Anchorage bounced back to deliver his second-highest completion percentage and touchdown total of the football season. The sophomore southpaw completed 16-of-22 passes and threw for four scores in a 47-28 loss to Wartburg College in NCAA D3 action… Read more »

Alaskans take center stage on Valley City-Presentation gridiron

November 3, 2018

Five Alaskans took center stage when NAIA football teams Valley City State University and Presentation College squared off in Aberdeen, South Dakota. Valley City won the NAIA game 49-21, thanks to the play of senior linebacker Riley Fredrickson, senior wide receiver Tyler Howell of Soldotna and senior offensive lineman Dahlton Wasankari of Wasilla. Not to… Read more »

Duffy throws 6 TDs, named ARC offensive player of the week

October 30, 2018

Coming off a career day in the pocket, University of Dubuque quarterback Sean Duffy of Anchorage has been named American Rivers Conference Football Offensive Player of the Week. The sophomore transfer threw for a season-high 367 yards and six touchdowns in a 54-35 victory over Nebraska Wesleyan University. That’s more than the 459 yards and… Read more »

Tomasuolo throws TD in Dakota College-Bottineau playoff loss

October 29, 2018

Dakota College at Bottineau freshman quarterback Aaron Tomasuolo of Chugiak finished the season strong to build confidence going into next season. He was a late replacement under center in a 41-15 loss to North Dakota State College of Science during a Minnesota College Athletic Conference quarterfinal playoff game in Wahpeton, North Dakota. Tomasuolo, of Chugiak… Read more »

Hall records 225th career tackle, 4th interception for Idaho

October 21, 2018

From walk-on to captain, Ed Hall of Eagle River already has had a storybook career with the University of Idaho football team. Now he’s knocking on the door of a storied career. The senior linebacker inched closer to the venerable 250-tackle club and has a shot to crack the top-20 in career tackles with at… Read more »

Duffy-to-Faamatuainu combo connects for 5th TD for Dubuque

October 20, 2018

The 907 connection added up to another touchdown for the University of Dubuque, which stayed hot off the bye week and beat Buena Vista 38-7 on the road in Storm Lake, Iowa. Quarterback Sean Duffy of Anchorage and tight end Karletty Faamatuainu of Eagle River hooked up for their fifth touchdown and Duffy threw for… Read more »

Foshee part of awesome offensive line at Oklahoma Baptist

October 15, 2018

Oklahoma Baptist University tackle Jake Foshee of Fairbanks is part of one of the best offensive lines in NCAA D2 football. The Bison rank fifth nationally for fewest sacks allowed. Foshee, of West Valley High fame, is a 6-foot-3, 289-pound sophomore who has started all six games. The Oklahoma Baptist O-line has allowed just three… Read more »

Furlong blocks punt, recovers in end zone for first college TD

October 14, 2018

Never mind the game, Brenner Furlong saved his college football team’s season. Marred by a six-game losing streak, Dakota State University needed a spark and the former Alaska Gatorade Player of the Year provided one to propel the Trojans to a 44-28 win over Presentation College in South Dakota. The freshman from Soldotna blocked a… Read more »

Dinkins earns first sack, first safety on same play for Howard

October 8, 2018

In a college football game that featured more than 1,000 yards, the seemingly lone defensive play came from Saevon Dinkins of Anchorage. The Howard University sophomore defensive end sacked the North Carolina Central quarterback in the end zone for a safety in the first quarter in a 40-35 loss in Durham, North Carolina. Dinkins, East… Read more »