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Patience pays off for Knutson (Football)

It took what seemed like forever for him to get on the field with any kind of consistency, but now that he’s a regular receiver with the UNLV football team, Tate Knutson of Anchorage couldn’t be happier. Grounded and well-spoken, Knutson was more than happy to wait in line and pay his dues as a… Read more »

‘Moose’ scores to beat No. 7 Loras (Soccer)

They call him ‘Moose’ and today Stephen Murphy-Logue of Anchorage went buck wild on the seventh-ranked D3 team in the country. View Video: Game Winning Goal Against Loras Murphy-Logue headed in the only goal of the match in the 65th minute to lift Macalester College to a 1-0 upset over nationally ranked Loras in St…. Read more »

Alaskans on nationally ranked teams (Soccer)

After dropping out of the NCAA Division I women’s soccer top 25 last week, the University of Southern California bounced back tonight with a 1-0 win over TCU. And although Anchorage’s Carly Butcher didn’t score, she got pretty close. Butcher, a starting midfielder, fired two shots on goal, including a rocket that was tipped over… Read more »

Kentucky career ends for Harris (Basketball)

What a ride it was for Anchorage’s Ramon Harris at arguably the NCAA’s most sacred men’s basketball program. The 6-foot-7 senior saw his University of Kentucky career end after today’s 73-66 loss to West Virginia in the East Regional final in New York, leaving him one game shy of reaching his first Final Four. Harris,… Read more »

Cousin lifts Butler into second place (Basketball)

Anchorage’s Anthony Cousin bagged double figures again and this time it helped Butler Community College take sole possession of second place in the Jayhawk West League. Butler beat Dodge City 60-55 Monday for the team’s sixth straight victory, with Cousin matching his season average with 11 points. Cousin, of South High fame, scored 16 points… Read more »

Alaskans tearing it up at Green River (Basketball)

Anchorage’s Chris Plooy scored 10 points Wednesday for Green River Community College in a 67-54 win over Highline in NWAACC action. Sure, he reached double figures. But really it was an off night for the freshman forward. The former all-state player from Dimond High is averaging 16.6 points per game and is coming off a… Read more »

One Wilson up, one Wilson down (Basketball)

At East High, Damar Wilson and Dennis Wilson of Anchorage made up one of the most explosive backcourts in Alaska. The same thing was expected when the brothers landed at Yakima Valley Community College. But injuries have grounded them. Damar, a 6-foot-4 freshman, suffered a season-ending knee injury last season and Dennis, a 6-foot-3 sophomore,… Read more »

Devine named All-Decade at UCSB (Basketball)

Chris Devine of Eagle River has been recognized by the University of California Santa Barbara as one its best basketball players in the first decade of the new millennium. It was fitting considering he was there pretty much the entire decade. Devine, who was on campus from 2003 to 2009, was granted a rare sixth… Read more »

Hardy quiet in Idaho thriller (Football)

University of Idaho receiver Daniel Hardy of Anchorage didn’t have the kind of game he wanted in today’s Humanitarian Bowl. But who cares—the Vandals won in thrilling fashion. In the signature game of this bowl season, Idaho stunned Bowling Green 43-42 after scoring a touchdown with four seconds left and converting a ballsy two-point conversion… Read more »