The classic cross-town clash between rivals East vs. West on the gridiron lived up to the hype, while history was made at the 60th running of the Equinox Marathon. While fish will continue to be reeled in, the run of the 2023 Fishing Report comes to an end.
Week 1 of the high school football season lived up to the hype. The No. 1 Division I team in the state was dethroned, the Division II state title rematch was relocated and a Division III program dropped 60 points on its opponent.
The Anchorage Glacier Pilots captured their third consecutive Alaska Baseball League championship and Anchorage hockey twins commit to the same college. Plus, a softball clinic featuring more than 150 athletes and 20 college coaches in this week’s edition of 907 Sports.
Eagle River’s rising junior Liam Lierman threw a no-hitter in the Alaska Legion State Championship Game to bring the Wolves their third straight title. The 16-year old also scored the lone run of the game in the 1-0 win over Service. Another 16-year old is starting to flood her inbox with Division I offer letters after her performance at an out-of-state basketball player. Plus, we check out a couple creeks in the Anchorage-area so see how the early silver salmon run is looking in this week’s edition of 907 Sports.
Sports Director Jordan Rodenberger returns from the World Eskimo Indian Olympics with a bevy of content to share. He also got back in time to check out dipnetting on the Kenai in this week’s edition of the Fishing Report.
It was just one of those weekends were every sporting event had some sort of stakes attached to it weather it be state skiing, the Iron Dog or the Fur Rondy Open World Sled Dog races everyone was going for number one.
The Iron Dog trail is rougher than normal this year, according to the racers. Plus, the University of Alaska Anchorage women’s and men’s basketball teams played their last home games and said so long to their seniors.
It is one of the biggest sports weekends of the year Super Bowl Sunday! However in the local sports world we had a super week. Rachel Decious of UAA Gymnastics had an Athlete of the Week worthy performance and we crowned two new state champions.
Get a recap of the ASAA Division II State Hockey Championship and full highlights from the Cook Inlet Conference game as well.Plus, a local Alaskan basketball legend in Fairbanks gets his jersey number retired and a good crop of top plays with Austin Sjong.
Anchorage versus Fairbanks rivalries are alive and well and that was proven this weekend on the ice and on the hardwood, a couple of local basketball players show off their clutch gene, the Willow 300 and Kuskokwim 300 see familiar champions and the Gatorade Players of the Year for cross-country running were announced.
In this edition of 907 Sports, we break down the Alaska Airlines Classic, highlight a standout basketball player who once dominated that tournament, revisit a hockey rivalry and check-in on Alaska’s very-own Jeremy Swayman in the NHL.
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 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.
Colony High School head football coach Robbie Nash and his son — quarterback Jack Nash — discuss their emotions following a nail-biting championship football game, which the Knights won 14-7 over another Alaska powerhouse, Juneau-Douglas.
The glory of 907 Sports is that there is no time limit, so on this edition, Austin Sjong takes you through every single touchdown in the Division II and Div. III state championship games, as well as the Div. I semifinals that were played in Anchorage.
For the first time in over 900 days, the University of Alaska Anchorage Seawolves played a hockey game!Check out some of the action in their first game, plus some action-packed top plays with Austin Sjong.
To say that the Kenai River red salmon run has been hot lately would be an understatement. But how about the Kenai’s little brother, the Kasilof? Austing Sjong finds out in this week’s Fishing Report, plus, Alaska became the 50th and final state to host a United State Golf Association Event and it delivered.
Savoonga’s Isaiah Waghiyi appeared on American Ninja Warrior Season 14 and also competed at the 2022 World Eskimo Indian Olympics in Fairbanks, where Jordan Rodenberger caught up with the latest Alaskan to appear on the popular obstacle course game show. The fish count is high, and so are the waters in Kenai, as Austin Sjong found out in this week’s fishing report, while East Anchorage’s Kyler Johnson and Deuce Zimmerman aren’t done making history together, signing to the same college to continue their football careers.
In this edition of 907 Sports Austin Sjong breaks down some game tape of Sports Director Jordan Rodenberger trying some events at the World Eskimo Indian Olympics and Alaska residents try to fill their freezers dipnetting on the Kenai.