Posts By: Harlow Robinson

Gall shines in classroom, community and on the court

April 30, 2020

Brandon Gall has played varsity basketball for the Service Cougars all four years of high school being brought up halfway through his freshman year from C team. For the last two years Brandon was listed as an all-conference player. He made all-tournament teams for both tournaments he was in this year – the Service Tip… Read more »

Kaleb Smith of ACS off to Grand Canyon University

April 29, 2020

Kaleb Smith of Anchorage Christians Schools will run cross country for Grand Canyon University while Majoring in physical therapy beginning this fall. Smith finished 10th in the 2019 Division 2  State Cross-Country Championships.  He was also a member of Division 2 State Championship Track and Field teams 9th-11th grade and Division 2 State Championship Cross… Read more »

West soccer standout Burke to play at North Idaho

Keegan Burke, a defender on the West Anchorage soccer team,  has committed to North Idaho College, where he will play soccer for the NIC Cardinals and pursue his degree in Engineering.  A member of the varsity squad since his freshman year, Burke lists being part of the 2019 state team that never gave up and… Read more »

Ottum to wrestle for North Central College in Illinois

A 2020 South Anchorage HS graduate Shelby Ottum was a captain of South’s first champion Flag Football team and two-time high school girls state wrestling champion. She tore her ACL during the flag football season and was not able to wrestle her senior season but she has committed to wrestle for North Central College in… Read more »

Szweda Mittlestadt to play at Blue Mountain

April 28, 2020

An All-State and All-Region team member his junior year at Service High School, Sebby Szweda Mittlestadt was a likely 2020 Gatorade POY candidate this season.  Service coach Dan Rufner says “Sebby is one of the hardest working players on the pitch and a great teammate.” Also a standout cross-country runner, he will be playing soccer… Read more »

Earl named Alaska Sports Hall of Fame’s Athlete of the Week

April 27, 2020

Ava Earl of Girdwood was named our Alaska Athlete of the Week for her efforts to help keep high school athletes motivated and active during the COVID-19 pandemic. With high school spring sports canceled, the South Anchorage High School running and skiing standout decided to get proactive.  A junior from Girdwood, Earl signed up for the… Read more »

Hebard named Alaska Sports Hall of Fame’s Athlete of the Week

April 20, 2020

Ruthy Hebard of Fairbanks was named our Alaska Athlete of the Week after becoming only the fourth Alaskan to be drafted into the WNBA. The West Valley graduate is slated to begin her career in the world’s top women’s basketball league later this year after being chosen by the Chicago Sky with the eighth pick… Read more »

Kramer to stay in Alaska, will ski and run for UAF Nanooks

April 16, 2020

Kendall Kramer, the top Alaskan junior female Nordic skier in recent memory, has committed to ski and run at her hometown University of Alaska Fairbanks beginning in the fall of 2020. Kramer has won 14 high school state championships in skiing and running at West Valley High School. She is also a member of the… Read more »

Hill named Alaska Sports Hall of Fame Athlete of the Week

April 13, 2020

Anchorage’s Morgan Hill was named our Alaska Athlete of the Week for her performance off the field of play. Now that her college softball career at the University of Missouri-St. Louis has ended, the former East High standout will continue to play a starring role in the next chapter of her life. The 23-year-old next month will… Read more »