Monthly Archives: September 2010

Langdon, Chalmers to square off (Basketball)

September 11, 2010

Given their difference in age and leagues, Trajan Langdon figured he missed his chance at being on the court with Mario Chalmers. Maybe the Anchorage players would run into each other at Fairview Rec, but probably not. They’ll settle for South Beach instead. Two of the top five greatest Alaska basketball players will meet Oct…. Read more »

Madden aides Forgotten Soldiers (Baseball)

September 8, 2010

Anchorage’s Corey Madden (far left) was part of the contingent of Florida State League players and staff members from Roger Dean Stadium that participated in a project for Forgotten Soldiers Outreach in which they prepared care packages for shipment overseas. Photo courtesy   Comments and Suggestions

Savage notches fifth career goal (Soccer)

September 7, 2010

Brought on as a substitute late in the first half, Anchorage’s Carolyn Savage did what she does best: kicking the ball into the back of the net. Her goal Sunday helped Northern Arizona University earn a 1-1 draw with New Mexico State in NCAA D1 women’s action. Savage, of Dimond High fame, was substituted into… Read more »

Evans to defend belt in Texas (Mixed Martial Arts)

September 6, 2010

One of the biggest names in Alaska mixed martial arts will put his featherweight championship on the line at Shark Fights 13 in Texas. Doug Evans of Anchorage will fight Ronnie Mann on Saturday night with Shark Fight Promotions, a third-year national organization based out of Amarillo. Evans, of AK Wolfpack fame, has an 11-6… Read more »

‘Moose’ scores to beat No. 7 Loras (Soccer)

September 5, 2010

They call him ‘Moose’ and today Stephen Murphy-Logue of Anchorage went buck wild on the seventh-ranked D3 team in the country. View Video: Game Winning Goal Against Loras Murphy-Logue headed in the only goal of the match in the 65th minute to lift Macalester College to a 1-0 upset over nationally ranked Loras in St…. Read more »

Knutson makes first career reception (Football)

It took four years and two dozen games, but Anchorage’s Tate Knutson finally fulfilled a lifetime dream by catching a ball during an NCAA football game. The senior wideout etched his name in the UNLV record book Saturday when he hauled in his first two receptions of his college career during a 41-21 loss to… Read more »

Campbell helps Denver beat Buffs (Soccer)

September 4, 2010

Goalkeeper Lara Campbell of Anchorage kept the University of Denver in the match early on Saturday and teammate Nicholette DiGiacomo finished it off at the end. Campbell, of South High fame, survived a 9-3 onslaught of shots in the first half and DiGiacomo converted a PK with 57 seconds left to lift Denver to a… Read more »

Manumaleuna makes another big play (Football)

He hasn’t played an NCAA game in nearly three years, yet Anchorage’s Eathyn Manumaleuna still has the propensity for making a big play. The BYU defensive lineman saved the day against the University of Washington when he tipped Jake Locker’s pass on fourth-and-6 to preserve a 23-17 victory in Provo, Utah. “Around when he released,… Read more »

Hardy passes 900-yard career mark (Football)

September 3, 2010

Daniel Hardy of Anchorage began his college football career on the scout team. Three years later he surpassed the 900-yard mark in career receiving yards. The senior wide receiver for the University of Idaho football team passed the benchmark Thursday after making four catches for a team-high 82 yards in a 45-0 victory over North… Read more »

Perkins re-ups with Tel Aviv (Basketball)

September 2, 2010

Anchorage’s Doron Perkins is staying with Israeli power Maccabi Tel Aviv after re-signing with the club this week. The 6-foot-2 guard averaged 9.2 points, 5 rebounds and 3.4 assists in Euroleague play, helping the team reach the quarterfinals of the league playoffs. His numbers jumped to 12 points and 6 boards in the Israel Premier… Read more »