Monthly Archives: September 2019

Lasher goes to Germany, shortly after winning title in Australia

September 20, 2019

Most pro players look forward to taking a vacation after the hoops season, but Anchorage’s Colter Lasher looked for another team. Only days after helping Geraldton win the SBL championship in Australia, Lasher was on his way to Germany after signing with Bayer Leverkusen. Apparently the only kind of break he wants is on a… Read more »

Konjuhi nets game-winner to extend Tacoma’s unbeaten streak

September 19, 2019

Anchorage’s Gezim Konjuhi did his part to keep rolling Tacoma Community College’s unbeaten streak. The sophomore striker scored the game-winning goal in the 55th minute as the Titans beat Highline 4-2 in the NWAC. With the win, Tacoma improved to 6-0-1 on the season and extended its unbeaten streak to 16 games dating to last… Read more »

Tuttle scores in consecutive games to tie for state lead in NWAC

Goals in back-to-back games has put Zack Tuttle of Kenai in exclusive company in the Northwest Athletic Conference. The Whatcom Community College freshman now has three goals on the season to tie for the most among the dozen Alaska men playing in the college league. Tuttle, of Kenai High fame, has been his team’s lone… Read more »

Dearborn ties game in first half with goal for Concordia

September 18, 2019

Kyle Dearborn of Wasilla came up clutch for the Concordia University men’s soccer team once again. The freshman forward found the net in the 20th minute of a 3-2 loss to Sonoma State University in NCAA D2 action in Rohnert Park, California. His goal tied the game at 1-1 after the Cavaliers had given up… Read more »

Osowski, Theisen, Lindquist notch top-10 finishes in Montana

Keith Osowski of Kodiak, Jordan Theisen of Kenai and Ruby Lindquist of Moose Pass ran for different high schools in Alaska. Now they are teammates at Black Hills State University. All three cross-country runners earned top-10 finishes as the state of Alaska was well represented at the Frontier Preview Meet in Billings, Montana. In the… Read more »

Sims pushes goal total to four, tied for 5th in GSAC in points

September 17, 2019

She was one of the best college volleyball players from Alaska, and now Kayla Sims of Anchorage is quickly becoming one of the state’s most prolific goal scorers. The Master’s University grad student has racked up four goals and 10 points in nine games as she competes a fifth year for the NAIA Mustangs of… Read more »

Wilson never comes off the field for red-hot Sacramento State

September 16, 2019

The Sacramento State women’s soccer team is riding a seven-game unbeaten streak over the last three weeks. Anchorage’s Mia Wilson has been on the field for every moment. The senior defender has played all 670 minutes of the unbeaten streak to help the Hornets go 5-0-2 to assert themselves as the top team in the… Read more »

Fast Fahrney posts first collegiate top-10 finish for Gonzaga

Freshman Grace Fahrney of Anchorage registered her first NCAA D1 top-10 performance for Gonzaga University and won her first collegiate sprint as well. Fahrney, of Service High fame, finished seventh in the women’s 6-K race out of 91 runners after crossing the line in 21:47.9 as the top freshman in the field at the Cougar… Read more »

Duffy tosses 5 TDs, including late strike to seal Dubuque win

September 15, 2019

University of Dubuque quarterback Sean Duffy of Anchorage had to figure he was in for a big day after throwing a touchdown on his second pass of the game. He had two TDs on his sixth throw, three on his ninth pass attempt. The junior signal caller finished with five TDs for the second time… Read more »

Cummings plows into end zone for first college touchdown

Josh Cummings of Fairbanks made a dynamic debut in the Western Colorado University backfield as the freshman running back racked up a 5-yard rushing average and scored his first touchdown. He finished with 53 yards on 10 carries and found the end zone from 5 yards out in the second quarter of a 27-7 win… Read more »