Monthly Archives: September 2012

Killer kick fuels win for Dunbar [Cross Country]

September 30, 2012

Alaska’s Trevor Dunbar yesterday led a spirited surge that nearly saw the 23rd-ranked Ducks upset the third-ranked cross country team in the country. With a lap remaining Oregon and BYU had four runners in the top 10, but the Cougars pulled away over the final 1,000 meters to win the seventh annual Bill Dellinger Invitational… Read more »

Ferguson anchors Colo. Springs’ defense [Soccer]

September 29, 2012

Anchorage’s Taylor Ferguson has started all 24 games of his college career at the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs. The sophomore defenseman, of Dimond High fame, is big reason why the D2 Mountain Lions have allowed an average of just 1.52 goals per game in two years.

Way wins again in Atlantic League [Baseball]

September 27, 2012

A former Texas pitcher is tearing up the Atlantic League. And his name isn’t Roger Clemens. Alaska’s Matt Way tonight continued to baffle batters in the premier independent league, throwing a 4-hitter over eight innings as the Long Island Ducks beat Southern Maryland 3-1 in Game 2 of the Liberty Division Championship Series. Outings like… Read more »

Carter shines in loss to Army [Sprint Football]

September 26, 2012

Post University quarterback Dwayne Carter of Anchorage tossed three touchdowns but it wasn’t enough to prevent a loss in the eighth annual Allegiance Bowl. Post dropped a 63-28 decision to Army in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., in the Collegiate Sprint Football League opener for both teams. Sprint football teams compete in an eight-week season and obey… Read more »

Stronebraker extends Loyola streak to 6 [Soccer]

September 25, 2012

Thanks to Anchorage’s Tricia Stonebraker, the Loyola University Chicago women’s soccer team has accomplished something it hadn’t done in four years. Stonebraker scored in the 68th minute to provide a 1-0 win over Indiana State in recent Horizon League action to extend Loyola’s unbeaten streak to six games, the longest since 2008. Unlike that year,… Read more »

Colbern makes big play for Brown U. [Football]

Brown University senior Patxi Colbern played well against Harvard, recovery a fumble in the second quarter of a 45-31 loss in Ivy League action. Colbern, of South High fame, jumped on the loose ball in the second quarter, leading to a field goal. It was the first fumble recovery for the Alaska player in his… Read more »

Perkins has eyes on Euroleague [Basketball]

September 24, 2012

Reigning Ukrainian champion BC Donetsk and newly acquired point guard Doron Perkins of Anchorage will head to Italy this week in the first step of qualifying for the Euroleague. For Perkins, this is why he signed, to get back to the most prestigious league in Europe. It was only two seasons ago that Perkins was… Read more »

Garness out for the season at USC [Football]

Anchorage’s David Garness path to history with the University of Southern California football team will have to wait. The reserve offensive lineman out of Bartlett High will miss the rest of the 2012 season with a back injury. Garness, a JC transfer, redshirted last season and hasn’t appeared in a game this season. He is… Read more »

Manumaleuna injury might end career [Football]

September 22, 2012

When BYU defensive lineman Eathyn Manumaleuna of Anchorage suffered a nasty knee injury in Thursday’s 7-6 loss to Boise State, he was helped off the field for perhaps the final time. The 6-foot-2, 288-pound senior tore the patella tendon in his left knee and is expected to miss the next three months. Manumaleuna, of East… Read more »

Oleson scores 19 in preseason win [Basketball]

September 21, 2012

It’s only the preseason, but anyone who knows North Pole’s Brad Oleson knows he doesn’t do anything halfway. The 6-foot-3 starting guard pumped in a game-high 19 points to lead Spanish power Caja Laboral to an 83-56 victory over Clavijo. Oleson, of UAF fame, averaged 11 points a game last season and ranked No. 2… Read more »