Monthly Archives: June 2015

State title game hero Sedor signs with D1 Marshall

June 5, 2015

Anchorage’s Jack Sedor plays soccer with controlled rage. The 18-year-old forward is a powerful force you can’t ignore. The two-time Gatorade Alaska Player of the Year certainly caught the attention of NCAA D1 Marshall University in West Virginia. The Dimond High senior has signed his letter and will be eligible to play this fall. “It’s… Read more »

Clarke flirts with PR in shot put, finishes second in Italy

June 4, 2015

Jordan Clarke of Anchorage turned in probably his finest international performance in the shot put after the 24-year-old earned a silver medal at a Diamond League event in Italy. The Diamond League is like the NFL of track and field. Clarke, of Bartlett High fame, popped a throw of 69 feet, 9.75 inches on his… Read more »

Overbaugh named preseason All-American for San Diego State

June 3, 2015

Anchorage’s Jeff Overbaugh of the San Diego State football team has been the country’s most accurate long snapper over the last three years. He’s finally getting some national love. The senior long snapper has been named a preseason All-American by Phil Steele’s College Football Magazine. He was named to the fourth team. Overbaugh, of Service… Read more »

Alaskans do well at NCAA Regionals, don’t qualify for Eugene

June 2, 2015

Alisha Allen and Molly Callahan of Fairbanks and Anchorage’s Silas Talbot each represented Alaska well at the NCAA D1 regional track and field championships. In Austin, Texas, at the West Regional, Allen did twice as well as she did last year in the women’s long jump. The University of Northern Colorado junior recorded her top… Read more »