Nikiski, Seward, Valdez, Monroe Catholic and Eielson are the five former Division III programs who will now go independent and distance themselves from the playing the traditional 11 players per side for the time being.
While the first Alaska high school cross-country ski action took place in Fairbanks in November, student-athletes in Southcentral Alaska had their first taste of snow, speed and competition at the Snowball Skate at Service High School on Saturday.
Hugh Neff has been officially blocked from participating in the 2023 Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race by the Iditarod’s Qualifying Review Board — and according to the Iditarod handbook, their decision is “final and binding”.
The Craig Panthers went undefeated during the ASAA 2A State Volleyball Tournament but it was far from easy with every one of their matches going at least four sets and the championship match going five.
Four veteran mushers beat the November 30 midnight deadline at the last second, but the field of 34 mushers who have signed up for the 2023 Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race is still among the smallest in race history.
The Turkey Trot saw a record number of participants, a Thanksgiving table squabble between the Anchorage Wolverines and the Fairbanks Ice Dogs, and girls wrestling galore highlight this week’s edition of 907 Sports.
The K300 race committee has announced a new season long series called the “The Delta Championship Series” which includes six different races on the Kuskokwim river (excluding the K300 and the Akiak Dash).
The Anchorage/Fairbanks sports rivalry saw another storied chapter this weekend at the Ben Boeke between the two junior hockey programs. A new state record, a dynasty continuing its legacy, and surprise placement highlighted the 2022 ASAA State Swim and Dive Championships over the weekend as Alaska’s swiftest swimmers competed for three days at the Bartlett Pool, while the new NCAA Division II regular-season attendance record belongs to the UAA Seawolves and the Alaska sports community.
A new state record, a dynasty continues and surprise placement highlighted the 2022 ASAA State Swim and Dive Championships over the weekend as Alaska’s swiftest swimmers competed for three days at the Bartlett Pool.
Whether they grew up in Alaska, train in Alaska or went to college in Alaska the 2022-23 United States National Cross Country Team is full of Alaskans or Alaskan affiliated cross country skiers on all levels.
At the start of the season the Service High School tennis team had around 20 kids but after the third week it ballooned to around 40. Showing just how inviting, fun and competitive the team has become under their first year head coach Joe Schmid.
Brushkana resident and four-time Iditarod Trail sled dog race finisher Jessie Holmes was injured after traveling to Golovin last week with a group of other mushers to assist in cleaning up after the remnants of Typhoon Merbok ravaged the western coast of Alaska.