Posts By: Harlow Robinson

Perkins re-ups with Tel Aviv (Basketball)

September 2, 2010

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 »

Clooten climbs all-time ladder in hammer (Track)

May 17, 2010

Georgia Tech senior Alana Clooten of Fairbanks said goodbye in style to Griffin Track in Atlanta, throwing the hammer 193 feet, 4 inches for the second-best mark of her career and the third best outdoor mark in school history. Last month, she won her first ACC title in the hammer throw. Photo by Sam Morgan

Separated at birth? Boozer & Common (Basketball)

May 7, 2010

Grammy Award-winning rapper Common is featured in the new movie “Just Wright” in which he plays a professional basketball player. No, it’s not the role of Juneau’s Carlos Boozer of the Utah Jazz, but it could be.

Check out our new Alaska athlete photo page

April 26, 2010

These are the Alaska athletes that have been profiled on the Alaska Sports Hall of Fame blog. Click on a picture to view all the posts made on that person. The blog generally covers Alaskans doing big things outside the Last Frontier.

Cousin gaining steam for Butler CC (Basketball)

February 16, 2010

Butler Community College freshman Anthony Cousin of Anchorage drives the lane during a recent victory over No. 22 Seward Country at the Power Plant. Butler (22-4) has won eight straight games to climb all the way to No. 16 in the NJCAA national poll. Cousin, a former all-state guard at South High, is scoring 12.4… Read more »

Hibbert part of Utah reading program (Volleyball)

January 30, 2010

Anchorage’s Sarah Hibbert of the University of Utah volleyball team participates in a reading program for elementary kids. Every Tuesday and Thursday Utah athletes from all sports go to Lincoln Elementary and spend some time with students. The University of Utah volleyball blog