South takes Division I state wrestling title, Homer takes crown for Division II

South Anchorage wrestling is your 2018 Division I state wrestling champions why Homer takes the title for Division II.


South Wolverine hockey goalie Hannah Hogenson has been named to the 2019 U.S. U18 national hockey team.


Former UAA runner Henry Cheseto died in a fatal head-on collision Wednesday in Andover, Kansas


Tuesday the Alaska Sports Hall of Fame announced its 2019 class, headlined by Juneau’s Chad Bentz and Eagle River’s Corey Cogdell-Unrein. In addition to Bentz and Cogdell-Unrein, the Alaska Run for Women was inducted in the event category, and Kodiak’s upset over East in the 2001 state basketball championship was chosen for the moment category.


Following suit with the biggest races in mushing, the Two Rivers Dog Mushers Association announced on Facebook that Hugh Neff is banned from participating in the 2018-2019 race season.




Alaska Sports Blog: Week in Review


Thunderbirds' Colton Herman named 2018 Alaska football Gatorade Player of the Year


Dimond picks Ronald McDonald House for annual charity hockey game


UAA’s Freiss runs away with coach of the year honors


Bausch places in top 20 at Footlocker cross country national championships


South High’s Concepcion brothers eye two more state titles


South dominates Region IV wrestling tournament


Kotzebue wrestler finds success on the mat at U.S. Naval Academy


Prep sports return to practice after earthquake


UAA Athletics talk damage caused by 7.0 magnitude Alaska earthquake


Chugiak High's Daniel Bausch heads to national championship


ITC no longer believes Dallas Seavey was responsible for dog doping


Farris becomes Palmer Wrestling's all-time wins leader


Iditarod early signups close and field is starting to come together


APU skiers continue to shine in Lillehammer World Cup races


Packers fire head coach Mike McCarthy


UAA men's and women's cross country teams finish in top 10 at NCAA Div. II national championships


Mix 6 and 2A crown its 2018 state volleyball champions


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