Posts By: Harlow Robinson

Lathrop’s Hall to join the Air Force

May 25, 2020

Lathrop High School baseball standout Kolten Hall played catcher and first base for the Malemutes. He also played for the Fairbanks-based Alaska Wild team in American Legion. Kolten had a reputation for being dedicated and dependable, two traits that will serve him well on his next chapter as he plans to join the United States… Read more »

Bohlman a wrestling stalwart for ACS

Anchorage Christian School’s Matt Bohlman had a distinguished wrestling career.  He graduates having placed at the State meet all four years of high school.  A talented athlete, Matt was also a member of the Lions 2020 Conference Champion basketball team. Matt will be attending Grand Canyon University where he plans to Major in Business Management…. Read more »

Metlakatla’s Russell to play basketball for Walla Walla

Metlakatla High School’s Alexis Russell capped off a remarkable basketball career for the Chiefs by being named Alaska Girls 2A Player of the Year. Alexis also shined on the volleyball court and she was an outstanding student, graduating with a 3.60 GPA and serving on Student Council. But she especially distinguished herself in hoops, where… Read more »

South High multi-sport standout Beloy to run for CSU-Pueblo

Kaleb Beloy graduates from South Anchorage High School after a solid career as a multi-sport athlete. For the hockey team, he lettered his junior and senior year, played center, and was part of the 2019 State Champion Team. On the cross country trails, Kaleb steadily improved throughout high-school and placed 6th at State as a… Read more »

Palmer standout Walling to ski for St Scholastica

Palmer High School’s Joseph Walling was a four-year varsity cross country skier for the Moose.  He was Team Captain his junior and senior seasons and was Regional Champion each year.  Joseph had three top-ten finishes at the Alaska State Championships and one of his biggest skiing highlights during high school was his 7th place finish… Read more »

Olmstead stellar on the Diamond for the Wolves

May 24, 2020

Eagle River High School’s Braden Olmstead graduates after an outstanding baseball career. His senior season was canceled due to COVID-19, but during his first three years of high school Braden was a two-time team MVP, at two-time All Conference pitcher, and a two-time All Conference outfielder. Braden also played football, basketball, and tennis for the… Read more »

Kake hoops star Jackson to play for Bellevue

Kake High School’s Willow Jackson was a standout basketball player for the Thunderbirds. Over her four years on the varsity team she helped lead her squad to two Region V 1A Championships and runner up finishes. She will be attending Bellevue College and playing basketball for the Bulldogs next fall!

Eagles standout Melendez to play soccer for Portland

May 22, 2020

West High School’s Kiara Melendez was a standout soccer player. Named varsity team MVP and first team All Region on her freshman year and second team All Region on her sophomore year. Manager of the girls soccer team on her junior year while recovering from injury and her senior year canceled due to Covid-19. She… Read more »

Wolverines’ Riedman poised to play soccer at Lewis & Clark

Kavya Riedman graduates with honors from South Anchorage High School, having achieved both academic and athletic distinction. As a four-year varsity soccer player for the Wolverines, Riedman was a uniting force in the midfield, playing a key role in the team’s successes as State Finalists in 2017 and 2019, and State Champions in 2018.   In the… Read more »

Wasilla’s Huston to play baseball for Bismarck State

Wasilla High School’s Carter Huston was a key member of the Warriors first ever State Championship baseball team. The four-year varsity player threw the last pitch of the dramatic 2019 state championship game. He was brilliant in closing the game out with 3.2 scoreless innings and was named to the state All Tournament team. He… Read more »