Monthly Archives: October 2010

Evans victorious again (Mixed Martial Arts)

October 24, 2010

Anchorage fighter Doug Evans found his way back into the winner’s circle at the Warrior 1: New Ground card at the Halifax Forum in Nova Scotia. Evans, 30, beat Tristan Johnson on a submission in the third round. Evans improved his career mixed-martial arts record to 12-7, rebounding from split decision loss in his last… Read more »

Kelter hero in double OT (Soccer)

The University of Wisconsin women’s soccer is still in second place in the Big Ten. And the Badgers have Eagle River’s Alev Kelter to thank. The sophomore midfielder scored in sensational fashion, slamming her own rebound into the back of the net to give Wisconsin a 1-0 victory in double overtime over Michigan. The goal… Read more »

Cavanaugh strong for Northwestern (Swimming)

October 23, 2010

Northwestern University’s Meghan Cavanaugh of Anchorage looked good in the first Big Ten swim meet of the season. The junior competed in four events, including a pair of relays. Her highlight was a second-place finish in the 100-meter butterfly, tops on the team. Cavanaugh, of East High fame, was on the 200 medley relay that… Read more »

Oleson wins Euroleague opener (Basketball)

October 21, 2010

The only thing better than helping his Spanish club Caja Laboral win its Euroleague opener was the fact that he beat another Alaska player in the process. North Pole’s Brad Oleson earned bragging rights over Anchorage’s Doron Perkins when reigning Spanish champion Caja Laboral pounded Perkins and Israeli power Maccabi Tel Aviv 94-78 today. Both… Read more »

Carver nets natural hat trick (Soccer)

When Seattle Pacific University men’s soccer coach Mark Collings recruited Soldotna’s Blaine Carver he hoped for the best but questioned whether the freshman could make an immediate impact. “Being up in Alaska, we thought it might take him a little bit of time to get going and get acclimated to the pace of the game… Read more »

Perkins shines in first start (Basketball)

October 20, 2010

After earning his stripes on the bench last season, Anchorage’s Doron Perkins is getting his chance to start for Israeli power Maccabi Tel Aviv this season. The 6-foot-2 point guard made quite an impression in his first official start, doing a little bit of everything in a 102-75 win over Galil Gilboa in the premier… Read more »

Bowman to miss next game (Football)

October 19, 2010

Zack Bowman can’t seem to catch a break this season. The Chicago Bears cornerback from Anchorage suffered a sprained right foot in Sunday’s loss to Seattle, an injury that is expected to keep him out of the team’s next game. Bowman had a noticeable limp and was in a walking boot when he exited meetings… Read more »

DBH ready to roll with ORU (Basketball)

October 18, 2010

As a freshman at Oral Roberts University, Hydaburg’s Damen Bell-Holter was the first post player off the bench. Now the 6-foot-9 sophomore eyes a starting job. The season officially tipped off this week and guys are already going all out at practice in an effort to influence head coach Sean Sutton. “They’ve been extremely intense… Read more »