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UW’s Miller goes even faster in 800 [Track]

University of Washington senior runner Michael Miller of Anchorage continues to go faster in the 800 meters. Three weeks ago he ran a 1:50.36 in Eugene, Ore. Saturday he went even lower at the Ken Shannon Invitational inside new-look Husky Stadium. Miller, of ACS fame, ran an outdoor PR of 1:50.22 – the fourth-fastest time… Read more »

Miller earns PR in outdoor 800 in Eugene [Track]

Anchorage’s Michael Miller of the University of Washington track team turned in an outdoor PR at the Pepsi Team Invitational in Eugene, Ore. The senior runner finished sixth out of 13 men in the 800 meters, clocking a time of 1:50.36 – the eighth-fastest time in the Pac-12 this season. His previous outdoor PR was… Read more »

Miller hopes to parlay success outdoors [Track]

Anchorage’s Michael Miller Jr. of the University of Washington track team hopes a strong indoor finale will lead to an outstanding outdoor season. The senior runner had a major PR in the 800 meters at the final indoor meet in Seattle by clocking a 1:49.61, the fourth fastest in school history. His previous PR was… Read more »

Miller 11th in steeplechase prelim (Track)

University of Washington sophomore Michael Miller Jr. of Anchorage made his debut at the NCAA Championships on the second day of West Region action in Eugene, Ore. Miller, of ACS fame, placed 11th in the second head of the men’s 3,000-meter steeplechase with a time of 9:14.58. He qualifed with a time of 8:57.32. Miller… Read more »

Miller wins steeplechase for U-Dub (Track)

University of Washington sophomore Michael Miller Jr. of Anchorage last night delivered the signature moment of his budding college track and field career. The Alaska runner used a strong kick to win the men’s 3,000-meter steeplechase at the Washington-Washington State dual meet, upsetting WSU’s Andrew Gonzales along the way. Miller, of ACS fame, won with… Read more »

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Several Alaskans raise profiles in California running races

Alaska trail runners know Allan Spangler as a champion of the Crow Pass wilderness race, but beyond the state’s boundaries he has flown under the radar. That is starting to change after Spangler placed ninth at the highly competitive North Face Endurance Challenge 50 Mile Championships Saturday just north of San Francisco. “Allan Spangler who?,”… Read more »

Prep all-state teams announced [Basketball]

The best high school basketball players in the state were recognized today as the boys and girls Alaska All-State Teams were unveiled for Class 1A, 2A, 3A and 4A. The teams were voted on by members of the Alaska Association of Basketball Coaches and tabulated by Alaska Media LLC, which owns and operates weekly newpapers… Read more »