Posts By: Harlow Robinson

Thunder Mountain multi-sport star Fenumiai on to UAF

May 14, 2020

Letasi “Tasi” Fenumiai is a three-sport athlete that earned 12 varsity letters at Thunder Mountain High School. Tasi played varsity volleyball, basketball and softball for the Falcons each of her four years. She was an integral part of the 2017 and 2018 State Champion Falcon softball teams, contributing her potent bat as well anchoring a… Read more »

Wasilla’s Samson to shoot for Martin Methodist Univ.

Eden Samson has been on the Wasilla Warrior Clay Target Team since her freshman year. She has competed in the Junior Olympic Nationals In Colorado Springs the last two years, winning a bronze medal in her division this last summer. She will be attending Martin Methodist in Pulaski, Tennessee in the fall on a shooting… Read more »

Colony multi-sport standout Kenley to study at BYU

Abby Kenley was a three-year varsity player for the Colony High School basketball team.  As a senior she was named  All State, first team All Conference, and won the conference Good Sport Award.  She was also a member of the Knight’s varsity track team all four years, where she made it to State each year… Read more »

West Valley soccer star Simpson to play at CSM

May 13, 2020

Vaughn Simpson is a central defender and captain for the West Valley High School Boys Soccer team. As a freshman, he was on the Runner-Up Wolfpack team that went 19-1, succumbing to South in a thrilling shootout in the Alaska State High School Championship in their first loss of the season.  He played to the… Read more »

Eagles defensive stalwart Pickett also working as an EMT

A student at Steller Secondary, Ethan Pickett was one of the stars of the West Anchorage State Championship team. He was team captain and part of the much-honored starting lineup.  Ethan was named to the All-Conference and racked up 25 assists from his defender position for the 25-1 Eagles. He is good student with good… Read more »

Thunder Moutain’s Carandang hits 1000 point mark for Falcons

A four-year varsity player for Thunder Mountain High School, Brady Carandang broke 1,000 points for his high school career.  As co-captain he helped lead the Falcons to the Southeast Region 4A Conference title with a 17-7 record.  Their season was cut short by the COVID-19 virus.    

Seward multi-sport star Spanos to swim for Southwest Oregon

Connor Spanos excelled in multiple sports during his years at Seward High School.  He was captain of the Seahawks swim team and basketball team his senior year and would have been the captain of the track squad if the season hadn’t been canceled due to theCOVID-19 virus. Connor has been to State for swimming three… Read more »

Service QB Scott to play for Presentation College

Service High School quarterback Jacob Scott has accepted a scholarship to play football for Presentation College this fall.  The Cougars signal caller was named first team All Conference and first team All State his senior year after throwing for over 1,900 yards and 30 touchdowns and leading the Cougars to the championship game.  Jacob plans… Read more »

Kodiak’s Glover to play hockey for D1 Merrimack

May 12, 2020

Kodiak’s Carly Glover graduates after a decorated youth hockey career to play hockey for D1 Merrimack in the competitive Hockey East Conference.  While attending Kodiak High School, Carly played for national teams and competed around the country earning numerous accolades. She was selected to the USA National Player Development Camp in 2018 and 2019 competed… Read more »

Cannon latest in long line of Point Hope hoops standouts

Jalen Cannon led the Point Hope Tikigaq High School basketball team to the 2019 2A state championship and was looking to repeat that accomplishment before the season was cut short due to COVID-19.  The point guard distinguished himself with a stellar hoops career, making the All-State first team and winning numerous MVP awards over his… Read more »