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Moore does what she can in victory (Basketball)

Palmer’s Jessica Moore tonight collected five points and three rebounds in limited playing time, helping the Indiana Fever escape with a close win that kept them atop the WNBA’s Eastern Conference. The Fever held off the Chicago Sky 78-74 to win for the 16th time in 23 games. Moore, of Colony High fame, came off… Read more »

Players reflect on White’s impact (Basketball)

In case you’ve been living under a rock, legendary Anchorage high school basketball coach Chuck White decided to walk away from the prep game after 45 years to take an assistant coaching job at Adams State College in Colorado. There he will reunite with former player and assistant coach Louis Wilson. White, 68, won a… Read more »

White leaves Alaska for college ranks (Basketball)

After carving out one of the longest and most successful high school coaching careers of all-time, legendary Anchorage basketball figure Chuck White is finally going to college. White, of East High fame, has resigned from his post at West High to take an assistant coaching position at NCAA Division II Adams State in Colorado, where… Read more »

Alaskans 7 for 8 in NCAA titles games (Basketball)

The odds will be stacked against Butler University tonight when it takes on 7-point favorite Duke University in the men’s final of the NCAA Tournament. If only the Bulldogs had an Alaskan on their roster. Why? Because teams with a player from here are nearly unbeatable in NCAA title games, winning seven of eight times…. Read more »

Alaskans quiet in Euroleague playoffs (Basketball)

None of the three Alaskans had much to brag about today as the Euroleague quarterfinals continued for Brad Oleson, Trajan Langdon and Doron Perkins. The only real positive was that Oleson’s Spanish club Caja Laboral won Game 3 against Langdon’s Russian team CSKA Moscow to pull within 2-1 in the best-of-5 series. Perkins and his… Read more »

Alaskans play in Euroleague quarters (Basketball)

Two of Alaska’s most accomplished basketball players will square off Tuesday on the Euroleague’s biggest stage as Anchorage’s Trajan Langdon and CSKA Moscow will meet North Pole’s Brad Oleson and Caja Laboral in the Elite Eight. It’s a matchup made in heaven in The Last Frontier. With just a handful of Alaskans playing professional basketball,… Read more »

Harris continues Alaska’s NCAA legacy (Basketball)

Anchorage’s Ramon Harris joined an exclusive club today. Not only did the University of Kentucky senior earn his first career NCAA Tournament victory in three tries with this afternoon’s 100-71 thumping off lowly No. 16 seed East Tennessee State, but Harris found his way into the scoring column (5 points) for the second time at… Read more »

Perkins helps Maccabi Electra advance (Basketball)

Israeli power Maccabi Electra got off to a sizzling start today thanks to Anchorage’s Doron Perkins, paving the way to a 97-82 victory over Montepaschi Siene of Italy in Group F play of the Euroleague Top 16 playoffs. Perkins, of Bartlett High fame, collected 14 points, five rebounds, three steals and two assists, most of… Read more »