Monthly Archives: April 2012

Dunbar clinches victory for Ducks [Track]

April 7, 2012

Alaska’s Trevor Dunbar today put the finishing touches on a nice win for the University of Oregon men’s track and field team. He won the second-to-last event to clinch victory during the Pepsi Team Invitational at historic Hayward Field in Eugene, helping the Ducks beat three-time NCAA outdoor champion Texas A&M as well as Pac-12… Read more »

Egolf returns to court in scrimmage [Basketball]

April 6, 2012

Ten months after tearing the ACL in his right knee for the second time in three years, Bradley University senior Will Egolf of Haines returned to the basketball court. The 6-foot-9 center participated in Bradley’s open gym scrimmage in Peoria, Ill. “The knee is feeling really strong,” he told the Peoria Journal Star. “It feels… Read more »

Daniels ties for 19th at Long Island GC [Golf]

American International College senior golfer Kevin Daniels of Anchorage tied for 19th in a 91-man field at the 8th annual Peter King Memorial at Long Island National Golf Course in New York. He fired a two-day, 36-hole total of 155 [+13], nine shots off the lead. Daniels, of South High fame, was tied for third… Read more »

Baker pushes personal win streak to 8 [Baseball]

April 5, 2012

Neither rain, nor sleet – nor Salt Lake CC – could derail the winning streak of Alaska’s Dylan Baker. The sophomore starter for Western Nevada College ran his record to 8-0 after throwing a one-hitter in a 1-0 victory in Carson City, Nev. Baker, of Juneau fame, struck out 10 and faced only three batters… Read more »

Harris reaches double digits in win [Basketball]

April 4, 2012

For the second time in three NBA D-League games, Ramon Harris of Anchorage reached double figures. The 6-foot-7 rookie forward scored 10 points and grabbed 6 rebounds in a 98-94 victory over the Canton Charge in Ohio. He came off the bench to play 23 minutes. Harris, of West High fame, is averaging 5.6 points… Read more »

Cotton unbeaten at Occidental College [Tennis]

Anchorage’s David Cotton was probably one guy that didn’t want to see the calendar change to April. That’s because the sophomore tennis player at Occidental College was a perfect 5-0 in doubles during the month of March. Cotton, of West High fame, plays No. 3 doubles with Kevin Siebs for the NCAA D3 school. In… Read more »