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Laws, Wells key Western Wyoming win; team now 17-5

Jarred Laws of Anchorage and Tyler Wells of Fairbanks each reached double figures as Western Wyoming Community College beat Central Wyoming College 75-65. Laws started at guard and scored 11 points on the strength of three 3-pointers. Wells came off the bench to collect 10 points, 3 rebounds and 3 steals. Western Wyoming improved to… Read more »

Palmer signs with Rinner in Texas (Basketball)

It’s not often a high school freshman will impact a college coach, but John Palmer of Colony is far from ordinary. The all-state point guard has always played like a veteran, even as a scrawny 14-year-old who held his own against Wasilla in the 2007 ASAA Class 4A championship game. His team didn’t win, but… Read more »

Bockert makes impressive title run in Greco at Junior Nationals

Jeremy Bockert of Fairbanks threw his weight around at the USA Wrestling Junior Greco-Roman National Championships in Fargo, North Dakota. He threw his opponents around as well. The Greco specialist clinched the 126-pound championship in impression fashion, racking up a handful of five-point moves and trouncing Iowa’s Gable Porter 11-1 in the final. Bockert earned… Read more »

Athlete of the Week

Congrats to this week’s winner! Lydia Jacoby October 8th, 2021 Seward’s Lydia Jacoby set back-back-back national junior records at the FINA World Cup sim meet in Berlin.   The 17-year-old Olympic champion placed second in Sunday’s 50-meter breaststroke with a personal-best time of 30.04, with sets a new record for Americans 18 or younger.  The previous day Jacoby… Read more »

Shortridge, Swayman face off as opposite goalies in D1 game

Eagle River’s Andrew Shortridge finally earned some bragging rights by beating Jeremy Swayman of Anchorage in a head-to-head matchup between NCAA D1 goaltenders from Alaska’s largest city. Shortridge made a season-high 33 saves compared to Swayman’s 22 as Quinnipiac University beat the University of Maine 7-2 in men’s hockey action in Orono, Maine. Last year,… Read more »