Brad Oleson’s quest for a Euroleague championship was dashed in today’s semifinals, with Barcelona losing 100-62 to Spanish rival Real Madrid. The North Pole native scored eight points on 3-of-6 shooting. He also collected three assists, grabbed two rebounds and blocked a shot. The 6-foot-3 starting guard played 29 minutes. Oleson, of UAF fame, was… Read more »
Notable athletes, coaches, families, and the men and woman who’ve played a crucial roles in creating some of the most memorable sporting moments in Alaska history were packed into the Anchorage Museum Wednesday evening. The annual Alaska Sports Hall of Fame ceremony gave a tribute to the 2014 Olympians, inducted athletes into the hall of… Read more »
A star-studded cast will be on hand for Alaska’s big sports awards night tonight, from 7:30-9:00pm, at the Anchorage Museum in downtown Anchorage. The 2014 Inductees and Directors’ Awards winners are slated for a variety of honors, enshrinements and video tributes. The evening will also feature a special tribute to Alaska’s 2014 Sochi Olympians. Basketball… Read more »
Runners and skiers headline the list of names for the 2014 Alaska Sports Hall of Fame Directors’ Awards. The recipients were selected by the ASHOF board of directors based on consideration for their contributions, actions and achievements in sports over the past year or recent years. They will be recognized along with the Class of 2014… Read more »
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Not even his best effort is good enough for Devon Bookert of Anchorage. His expectations are sky high. “I don’t think I’ve played a complete game,” he told me. “I want to.” If anybody could shoot for the stars and make it, though, Bookert is your guy. The sophomore standout at Florida State University is… Read more »
Chuck White was unlike any basketball coach in Alaska’s history. Never mind the record 921 games he won and 18 state championships he captured in 45 years of coaching at the high school level, he had a polarizing personality that made him larger than life. Whether you loved him or hated him, White kept hoops relevant in The Last Frontier. He was front-page news.
Carlos Boozer’s game was born in Juneau, but it came alive in the NBA. Boozer blossomed into one of the world’s elite players on the planet’s greatest hoops stage, earning his first NBA All-Star nod in 2007 and establishing himself as Alaska’s greatest basketball player. The 6-foot-9 Boozer is a beast inside and resembles the grizzly bear tattooed on his left shoulder.
Annual awards to recognize outstanding individuals or teams in Alaskan sports. Recipients are selected by the Alaska Sports Hall of Fame board of directors and are honored at the annual induction ceremony. This year’s ceremony is on Thursday, April 25, 2019 at the Anchorage Museum. The public is encouraged to nominate candidates for consideration in… Read more »