Monthly Archives: November 2009

Class of 2010 voting begins (Hall of Fame)

November 5, 2009

Alaska Sports Hall of Fame President Harlow Robinson and the Board of Directors are pleased to announce that the voting is open to the public for selection of the Class of 2010. The public can vote through Nov. 25 and can submit ballots online at www.alaskasportshall.org. The accumulative public vote is the equivalent to the… Read more »

DBH makes awaited college debut (Basketball)

November 4, 2009

The much traveled Damen Bell-Holter of Hydaburg seems to have finally found a home. The talented 6-foot-10 freshman has bounced around in his career before landing at Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, Okla. He originally committed to Missouri State out of high school, then switched to Oral Roberts, then decided to go to a prep… Read more »

Rhea’s jumper is all wet (Basketball)

Talisa Rhea of Juneau is already in midseason form, and it’s still the preseason. That’s a good sign for the Oregon State University women’s basketball team. The 5-foot-11 junior guard netted a game-high 23 points in 25 minutes and added eight assists as the Beavers routed Concordia 113-35 in an exhibition game. Rhea, a three-time… Read more »

Griffin excels in exhibition (Basketball)

Eagle River’s Kelsey Griffin last night showed no ill effects from the foot injury that robbed her of all season. The senior forward for the University of Nebraska women’s basketball team collected game-high totals of 19 points and 8 rebounds in a 68-54 exhibition win over Pittsburg State. The 6-foot-2 Alaskan let everybody know who… Read more »

Hardy, Idaho continue to win (Football)

November 3, 2009

When the University of Idaho football team needed a playmaker down the stretch last week, they called on Anchorage’s Daniel Hardy. Hardy, of West High fame, caught two passes on the winning drive in a thrilling 35-34 victory over Louisiana Tech. He caught a pivotal 13-yarder on third-and-10 and then hauled in a 21-yard reception… Read more »