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Catching up with Carl Arts (Basketball)

After winning a state title at Valdez High School and becoming an All-American at the University of Alaska Anchorage, Carl Arts enjoyed the kind of success where he hoped to play professionally. His first shot with the ABA’s Alaska Dream didn’t pan out. But he struck gold in Australia. Arts, 24, excelled in his rookie… Read more »

UAA to retire Arts’ No. 34 jersey (Basketball)

Three years after playing his final basketball game, Carl Arts will finally have his No. 34 jersey retired by the University of Alaska Anchorage. The rugged 6-foot-6 forward from Valdez was an All-American player who was the centerpiece on the ’08 squad that went to the NCAA Tournament Final Four and won a school record… Read more »

Cousin starts exhibition game (Basketball)

A part-time starter last season, the point guard job appears to be Anthony Cousin’s to lose. The 5-foot-11 junior started last night’s exhibition for Illinois State University in a 76-68 loss to the Montreal All-Stars in Canada. Cousin, of South High fame, helped the Redbirds build a 36-32 lead at halftime. Then the reserves played… Read more »

German team calls on Arts (Basketball)

Carl Arts loves his gig as a pro. Just four months after wrapping up his first season in Australia, the former UAA All-American is headed to Germany as a hired gun. Arts, of Valdez High fame, joined the Langen Giraffes of the German second division last week for the second half of the season. “It… Read more »

2016 PLAAY Summit

Positive Leadership for Active Alaska Youth  When: February 19, 12pm-5pm and February 20, 8am-5pm Where: Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium, Consortium Office Building, Conference Rooms 1 & 2, 4000 Ambassador Drive, Anchorage, AK SPEAKERS Welcome Comments Matt Carle Alaska Sports Hall of Fame Director Matt Carle is the Alaska Native Program Director at Alyeska Pipeline Service Company.  A lifelong… Read more »

Join Healthy Heroes on Thursday (Hall of Fame)

The Alaska Sports Hall of Fame and Healthy Futures will combine forces Thursday to host an activity course at the Providence Picnic from 4 to 6 p.m. on the west end of the Park Strip. Organizers have coordinated for six Healthy Heroes to lead youngsters through an activity course that will focus on basic exercises… Read more »

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Hooe, Norris headline 2017 Directors’ Awards recipients

Two fierce competitors setting new standards and two athletes dedicated to youth mentorship comprise the 2017 Directors’ Awards Class. The Directors’ Awards recipients will be honored at the annual Alaska Sports Hall of Fame induction ceremony and reception on Thursday, April 27 at the Anchorage Museum. The 2017 winners: Pride of Alaska Award (female)-–For Consistent… Read more »

Butcher to be honored Sunday (Soccer)

It’s hard to believe that it’s already been four years, but Anchorage’s Carly Butcher is about to play her final home game for the University of Southern California women’s soccer team Sunday. Butcher, of South High fame, will be among a group of players honored on Senior Day in the team’s home finale against Pac-12… Read more »