The 32nd Annual Turkey Shootout hockey tournament started Thursday and runs until Sunday at four different ice rinks. The Ben Boeke Ice Arena, Dempsey Anderson Ice Rink, Seawolf Sports Complex and the Royal Business Systems Ice Center are playing host to 69 different teams in 10 different divisions for a total of 148 games.
Fresh off of signing her national letter of intent (NLI) to the University of Texas, Seward’s Lydia Jacoby has signed a sponsorship deal, taking advantage of the NCAA’s name, image and likeness (NIL) rule.
Before becoming the first Alaskan and disabled veteran to race in a national NASCAR event, Keith McGee was racing go-karts at the Extreme Fun Center in Wasilla. This past week he returned to where he got his start in racing.
For the first time in North American Hockey League regular season play, the Anchorage Wolverines and Fairbanks Ice Dogs will face off. The two teams will play in a two-game series on Friday at 7 p.m. and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at the Ben Boeke Ice Arena.
Four days after winning two more individual state championships and less than four months off of the gold medal podium at the Tokyo Olympics, Seward’s standout swimmer Lydia Jacoby had one more box to check.
Since there is no state wide meet the Cook Inlet Conference regional is the championship meet for gymnasts in and around Anchorage. Every school in the conference was represented, some schools have large gymnastics teams others are made up of a team of one.
The football game features the best seniors in the state from all three divisions going head to head inside The Dome. Not only is it a chance for players from all over the state to show off their talents but also all of the money that is raised goes directly to Shriner’s children’s hospitals.
Chicago Blackhawks general manager and president of hockey operations Stan Bowman has resigned after an investigation found he was among a group of leaders who failed to respond promptly to allegations that an assistant coach sexually assaulted a player in 2010.