November 2, 2015
Trajan Langdon of Anchorage has worked in the front office for the San Antonio Spurs since 2012. He even got a ring when they won the 2014 championship. The Spurs are one of the most successful and respected teams in the NBA. And he’s leaving it all behind. Langdon has accepted a… Read more »
Lael Wilcox of Anchorage didn’t set out to break records on her mountain bike. It just worked out that way. Wilcox rides everywhere; to work, on errands, for fun. Unlike most commuters, though, she racks up miles like frequent fliers – 100,000 in the last seven years. She has pedaled from Anchorage… Read more »
In the biggest test of the season Kelsey Griffin of Eagle River got high grades in effort and execution. The 28-year-old forward posted double-doubles in back-to-back road games for the Bendigo Spirit, which split the two-day series to move to 4-3 in the WNBL in Australia. In the first game, she collected 13 points and… Read more »
November 1, 2015
Anchorage runner Jeff Young finished second in the men’s 55-59 age group at today’s New York City Marathon. The 56-year-old covered the 26.2-mile course in 2 hours, 44 minutes, 42 seconds. The New York City Marathon featured more than 50,000 runners.
Freshman midfielder Josh Beveridge of Anchorage lifted Gordon College into the semifinals of the Commonwealth Coast Conference men’s soccer tournament. He scored the winning goal in double overtime to punctuate a 2-1 victory over Roger Williams during NCAA D3 action in Wenham, Massachusetts. Beveridge, of Grace Christian High fame, buried a beautiful crossing pass from… Read more »