Monthly Archives: February 2021

Alaska’s biggest offensive stars in college hockey stuff stat sheet

February 20, 2021

Some of Alaska’s biggest and brightest offensive stars in college hockey enjoyed a red-light special this weekend. Eight players got in on the action with a goal or an assist, including the state’s active points leaders for both women (Clair DeGeorge) and men (Mike Curran). Nolan Walker, Caleb Moretz, Daniel Haider and Mikayala Lantto scored… Read more »

Friday Flashback: Lincoln blazed own trail, roasted foes at UAA

February 19, 2021

Kotzebue’s Butch Lincoln broke down social and racial barriers with the same easiness that he used to break down an opponent’s press defense on the basketball court. More than just an all-star player in high school and college, he was a trailblazer for Alaska Natives and a role model for all players because of his… Read more »

Carson has crushed it since joining Pepperdine starting lineup

February 18, 2021

It’s one thing to crack the starting lineup. It’s another to deliver in the big moments like Juneau’s Kendyl Carson. Credit the freshman for stepping up her game when the Pepperdine University coaches rewarded her with a larger role on the D1 women’s basketball team. In her first game as a starter, she set up… Read more »

Gerlach, Bockman are top two leading scorers for Cap Baptist

February 17, 2021

The top two leading scorers for the California Baptist University wrestling team are from Alaska. Glennallen’s Caden Gerlach and Anchorage’s Evan Bockman have combined to score 47 of the team’s 123 points in seven dual meets against D1 competition. That’s 38 percent of production from two guys. Impressive stuff. Gerlach, a redshirt freshman, has really… Read more »

Haider buries OT winner to help Army continue unbeaten streak

February 16, 2021

Daniel Haider of Anchorage made sure the Army Black Knights remain one of the hottest teams in college hockey. The junior forward recorded points in both games of a series sweep of Bentley as Army improved to 7-0-1 over the last month. Haider played hero in the first game after scoring the OT winner to… Read more »

Saville moves to No. 10 all-time among Alaska goalies in D1 wins

February 15, 2021

Isaiah Saville of Anchorage is only a sophomore in college yet already he’s among the goaltender giants from Alaska. The University of Nebraska-Omaha standout moved into the top 10 for The Last Frontier in career wins after racking up back-to-back victories against Colorado College. Saville turned aside 26 shots in each game and allowed only… Read more »

Todd grabs 23 rebounds to set College of Southern Idaho record

February 14, 2021

Jordan Todd of Anchorage ripped down a College of Southern Idaho women’s basketball team record 23 rebounds to highlight her double-double against Utah State Eastern in the NJCAA. She corralled 11 offensive rebounds and scored 14 points to go with two blocked shots in the 64-52 home win. The 6-foot-1 sophomore post player leads her… Read more »

Akiak’s Agatha Andrews named Alaska Athlete of the Week

Akiak’s Agatha Andrews was named Alaska Alaska Athlete of the Week after defending her No. 1 national wrestling ranking in style by winning the Grand View Open title in Des Moines, Iowa. She pinned all three opponents, including the fourth ranked wrestler in the championship match. The University of Jamestown star sits atop the NAIA rankings… Read more »

Fill‘er up: Nix, Thor, Bailey, Panoam, Wyche score big numbers

February 13, 2021

Alaska basketball’s new generation of elite players isn’t waiting to get next. They got it going on already. Five of Alaska’s finest scorers were on full display all over the country today as Daishen Nix, JT Thor, Jeremiah Bailey, Bentiu Panoam and Da’Zhon Wyche each produced big scoring efforts. Nix netted a career-high 25 points… Read more »