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Bell-Holter caps college career [Basketball]

Hydaburg’s Damen Bell-Holter pumped in 19 points in his final game with Oral Roberts University in an 83-74 loss to Weber State in Utah in the quarterfinals of the CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament. The 6-foot-10 senior sank 7-of-8 shots from the floor, including his fifth 3-pointer of the season. He added 4-of-6 free throws, eight rebounds… Read more »

Bookert now starting at Florida St. [Basketball]

It was only a matter of time before Anchorage’s Devon Bookert broke into the starting lineup for Florida State. Now that he has, the Seminoles are better for it. Bookert today continued his fabulous freshman season, earning his second consecutive start and handing off a career-best eight assists in a 69-66 win over Boston College… Read more »

Award winners announced [Hall of Fame]

The Alaska Sports Hall of Fame today announced the winners of the annual Alaska Sports Hall of Fame Director’s Award. The individuals or groups were named based on consideration for their contributions, actions and achievements in sports over the past year or recent years. The Director’s Awards recipients were selected by the Alaska Sports Hall… Read more »

OMG! DBH hangs 35 in Louisiana [Basketball]

Damen Bell-Holter of Hydaburg tonight etched his name alongside the greatest scorers in college basketball from Alaska. In fact, he’s at the top of the list. The Oral Roberts senior center scored the most points by an Alaska male against a NCAA D1 opponent – a career-high 35. That’s more than Trajan Langdon [34], Carlos… Read more »

Cleveland drafts Baker in fifth round [Baseball]

After making college players swing and miss, Juneau pitcher Dylan Baker is hoping to be a hit in the big leagues. Baker today was drafted by the Cleveland Indians in the fifth round of the Major League Baseball Draft. The 6-foot-3 right-hander with a rocket arm was arguably the top pitching prospect out of junior… Read more »

Class of ’12 to be inducted tonight [Hall of Fame]

The Alaska Sports Hall of Fame will honor the Class of 2012 tonight starting at the Anchorage Museum auditorium. The event is free. A large screen, seating and catering in the museum atrium will accommodate overflow viewing. The ceremony will feature video biographies, portrait unveilings, and acknowledgements by the Class of 2012 inductees. Bill Spencer… Read more »

Bookert commits to Florida State (Basketball)

After dominating high school basketball in Alaska, Devon Bookert of Anchorage had big plans for the future. Yet at first most of the big schools didn’t see it the same way. So Bookert took his game on the road, making his name at national recruiting camps. He impressed college coaches enough to draw interest from… Read more »

Griffin in Hungarian League Finals (Basketball)

After coming up short in her quest to win a championship in college and the WNBA, Kelsey Griffin of Eagle River is closing in on her prize in the Hungarian League. The 6-foot-2 starting forward and her top-ranked professional women’s team MiZo Pecs moved into the Finals against the second-ranked team MKB Euroleasing. Game 1… Read more »

Perkins shines in loss, Oleson wins (Basketball)

Defending Euroleague champion Barcelona today proved too much for Maccabi Tel Aviv and Doron Perkins of Anchorage in the first game of group play in the Top 16 playoffs. The Spanish power prevailed 81-71 at home, despite a near double-double by Perkins. The former Bartlett High star pumped in 13 points, grabbed 8 rebounds and… Read more »

Welcome the Class of 2011 (Hall of Fame)

Olympic nordic skier Kikkan Randall and high school basketball coach Chuck White headline the Alaska Sports Hall of Fame Class of 2011, which was announced today. Joining the two individuals in the class are Mount Marathon, to be inducted as an event, and Scott Gomez bringing the Stanley Cup home to Anchorage in 2000, to… Read more »