Posts Tagged: Flag Football

West Valley QB Lindberg named Alaska Athlete of the Week

September 28, 2020

Tessa Lindberg was named Alaska Sports Hall of Fame Alaska Athlete of the Week after she orchestrated a game-winning drive late in the fourth quarter to power the West Valley Wolfpack to a 21-20 flag football win over North Pole in Fairbanks. The senior quarterback found freshman Kameron Bartlett on a deep pass for a… Read more »

Mateaki heading to Eastern Oregon pitch

May 10, 2020

Kana Mateaki excelled in soccer and as a linebacker in flag football at Dimond High School. As a junior, she helped the Lynx to state championships in both sports and racked up multiple team MVPs and all-tournament honors throughout her career. Her senior soccer season was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Kana will attend… Read more »

Multi-sport star Soland to begin pre-med at Tennessee

April 30, 2020

A 2020 graduate, Maris Soland was an exceptional three-sport athlete at South Anchorage High School, earning 10 varsity letters (would have been 11 if not for the COVID-19 cancellation of the 2020 track season). She was a captain on South’s first championship flag football team, earning all-conference honors in three different positions (safety, wide receiver,… Read more »

Nageak to play basketball at Adams State

Angelline Nageak graduates from Dimond High School as a two-time state champion in both flag football and basketball.  She bounced back from an ACL injury she suffered in flag football during as a junior to have a strong senior season.  Angelline was a team captain for flag football and  basketball and earned all-state team accolades… Read more »

Ottum to wrestle for North Central College in Illinois

April 29, 2020

A 2020 South Anchorage HS graduate Shelby Ottum was a captain of South’s first champion Flag Football team and two-time high school girls state wrestling champion. She tore her ACL during the flag football season and was not able to wrestle her senior season but she has committed to wrestle for North Central College in… Read more »