Monthly Archives: May 2013

Baker does enough to win, but doesn’t [Baseball]

May 4, 2013

Juneau’s Dylan Baker again pitched well enough to pick up his first victory as a professional, but once again it didn’t happen. The Class A Lake County Captains right-hander struck out seven batters through six innings, but left a 1-1 game for a no decision. He lowered his season ERA to 3.81 in 26 innings…. Read more »

Alailefaleula hits .410 for NAIA college [Softball]

Yolanda Alailefaleula of Anchorage hit a career-best .410 for Sterling College, proving one of the few bright spots during an otherwise disappointing 15-25 season. The junior catcher bagged 48 hits in 117 at-bats, driving in 33 runs in 40 games. She scored 29 times. Alailefaleula, of Bartlett High, had three 4-for-4 games. She struck out… Read more »

Clarke wins No. 32 in illustrious career [Track]

May 1, 2013

Anchorage’s Jordan Clarke won two events and placed second in another at a local tri-meet involving the three major colleges in Arizona. The Arizona State senior didn’t have his best stuff, but it was good enough to win. The 6-foot-4 All-American earned victories in his specialty event, the shot put, as well as an event… Read more »

Henie, WWU sweep races WIRA Regatta [Rowing]

Assistant captain Christine Henie of Chugiak helped No. 1-ranked Western Washington University row to one of its finest performances in the crew program’s heralded history. The Vikings won all four women’s races at the Western Intercollegiate Rowing Association Championship Regatta on Lake Natoma in Sacramento, Calif. Henie, of Chugiak High fame, was one of four… Read more »