Posts By: Harlow Robinson
Eagle River’s Kelsey Griffin and MiZo Pecs inched closer to a Hungarian League championship after winning Game 1 of the best-of-5 Finals series, 82-76 over MKB Euroleasing. Griffin, a current WNBA player and former college All-American, played only 9 minutes after leaving the game in the first half with an injury.
Alaska March Madness 2011 – March 14-19, 2011 Download Program – PDF
When Anchorage’s Tanner Sorenson enrolled at hockey school Shattuck-St. Mary’s in Minnesota he expected to play at the next level. It wasn’t a matter of if, but where. Sorenson answered that question by signing his letter of intent with CCHA power Michigan State, the 2007 NCAA champion. Sorenson, the son of UAA great Dennis, is… Read more »
Anchorage’s Chris Kuper of the Denver Broncos tried his luck at cricket during the team’s recent trip to London. Comments and Suggestions
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Come wish Olympic snowboarder Callan Chythlook-Sifsof of Girdwood good luck Friday at the Dena’ina Center before she embarks on another World Cup season.
Soldotna’s Blaine Carver was one of the best in Alaska when it came to scoring goals in high school, so you figured it wouldn’t take him long to get his first one with Seattle Pacific University. The freshman forward scored in the 82nd minute to force overtime in a 2-1 loss to Mesa State. Carver… Read more »
Anchorage’s Corey Madden (far left) was part of the contingent of Florida State League players and staff members from Roger Dean Stadium that participated in a project for Forgotten Soldiers Outreach in which they prepared care packages for shipment overseas. Photo courtesy tcpalm.com Comments and Suggestions
Anchorage’s Doron Perkins is staying with Israeli power Maccabi Tel Aviv after re-signing with the club this week. The 6-foot-2 guard averaged 9.2 points, 5 rebounds and 3.4 assists in Euroleague play, helping the team reach the quarterfinals of the league playoffs. His numbers jumped to 12 points and 6 boards in the Israel Premier… Read more »