Monthly Archives: February 2010

Perkins workmanlike in playoff victory (Basketball)

February 11, 2010

When Doron Perkins of Anchorage comes off the bench for Israeli power Maccabi Electra, exciting things happen. He brings hustle and muscle. He rebounds and defends. He might dunk on somebody. He was at it again today in a 72-62 home win over Turkish champion Efes Pilsen in Group F action of the Euroleague Top… Read more »

Oleson returns after long layoff (Basketball)

Months after injuring his ankle and weeks after injuring it again, Alaskan Brad Oleson finally made it back onto the court today. He played only 11 minutes and scored just two points for his Spanish pro team Caja Laboral, which lost 82-71 to Russia’s BC Khimki in Group G action in the Euroleague’s Top 16… Read more »

Cousin puts game into overdrive (Basketball)

February 10, 2010

In the biggest game of the season, Anthony Cousin of Anchorage game came up money for Butler Community College. The 5-foot-11 freshman exploded tonight for 27 points and added six assists to push the No. 21 Grizzlies to an 81-74 upset of No. 8 Hutchinson in NJCAA action. Cousin, of South High fame, came into… Read more »

Griffin helps Nebraska survive (Basketball)

Nebraska’s unbeaten season was in jeopardy on the road tonight after underdog Kansas seized control of a back-and-forth game and built a 47-43 lead with 11:30 to play. But then Alaskan Kelsey Griffin did her thing. Griffin, of Eagle River, pumped in seven points during a 17-8 run that propelled the No. 3 Huskers to… Read more »

Langdon, CSKA still perfect in playoffs (Basketball)

CSKA Moscow veteran guard Trajan Langdon keyed today’s 84-73 victory over Polish power Asseco Prokom, lifting the Russian champion into sole possession of first place in Group G of the Euroleague Top 16 playoffs. Langdon, of Anchorage, bagged 14 points, three rebounds and two steals. As a bonus, he outplayed fellow Duke alum Daniel Ewing… Read more »

Bullock nets double digits for the ‘U’ (Basketball)

After recently losing her job as starting forward for the University of Miami, Sylvia Bullock of Anchorage took out her frustrations on Southern Illinois-Edwardsville. Bullock, of South High fame, was a perfect 5-for-5 from the field and scored a career-high 11 points in an 80-65 win Monday in Coral Gables. The 6-foot-2 sophomore also grabbed… Read more »

Lowe helps RIT win OT thriller (Basketball)

February 9, 2010

Marcus Lowe of Anchorage was at his playmaking best tonight in helping Rochester Institute of Technology outlast Empire 8 rival Nazareth in an overtime thriller. Lowe, of Service High fame, dished off a team-best six assists in an 89-87 victory. He added four points and three rebounds. Better yet, the 5-foot-8 sophomore guard didn’t have… Read more »

Fouls derail Egolf in Bradley loss (Basketball)

Juneau’s Will Egolf had the fifth-largest home crowd in the history of Bradley University on its feet tonight after his dunk put the Braves up double figures over Illinois State. Not long afterwards, though, Egolf was off his feet. Three fouls in 61 seconds late in the second half forced the 6-foot-9 Alaskan to the… Read more »

Grazulis posts career numbers in win (Basketball)

February 8, 2010

Colorado School of Mines freshman Allie Grazulis enjoyed her finest college game over the weekend against UC-Colorado Springs. The former Colony High star came off the bench to deliver 10 points and seven rebounds—both season highs. It’s the second time she’s netted 10 points in a game and her seven rebounds were one more than… Read more »

Lipka dances to career-high on floor (Gymnastics)

Junior Jasmine Lipka of Anchorage earned a career-high score on the floor to help Sacramento State post a season-high team score in Sunday’s meet that included Stanford, Washington and San Jose State. Lipka, of South High fame, had a 9.75 on the floor to place 10th overall. The former Arctic Gymnastics club star also scored… Read more »