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East Thunderbirds 8, Juneau 4 The East Thunderbirds ran their softball record to 10-0 Saturday with a championship-game win over Juneau in the East-West softball tournament. Carrie Sauerbrey clubbed a two-run single to fuel a fifth-inning rally en
Service 2, South 1 It only took the Service boys 15 seconds to score the first goal in a Cook Inlet Conference soccer match at South on Thursday, and the Cougars went on to win 2-1. Service's Kirby Hutto and Adam Klie set up a streaking Ihro
Anchorage Daily News Colter Lasher of Dimond is pressured by Lathrop defender Everett Green as he draws a foul during first-half action at the 2012 Alaska Prep Shootout basketball tournament Friday January 20, 2012 at Dimond...Lasher, a 6-foot-7
Alaska USA Championships, Wasilla Multi-Use Sports Complex, 1 p.m...Alaska USA Championships, Wasilla Multi-Use Sports Complex, 9:30 a.m...Bartlett, The Dome, 2:30 p.m.; East vs Chugiak, The Dome, 8:15 p.m.
The Dome, where track and field athletes from 40 schools around Alaska competed for the second straight day. Sims barely escaped with a win in the 100-meter hurdles, finishing in 16.71 seconds to edge West's Mekayla Winchester (16.72) by .01 second.
Kodiak 54, West Valley 30 4th place -- Colony 44, Lathrop 32 7th place -- Soldotna 50, Ketchikan 40 Maroon consolation bracket 1st place -- Juneau vs. West 3rd place -- Palmer 65, Chugiak 54 4th place -- Kenai 48, East 45 7th place -- Bartlett 49,
30 p.m.; Thunderbird Classic at East High: (East, Kenai, Kotzebue, Eagle River, Seward, Valdez, Soldotna, Palmer), games at 2:15 p.m., 4 p.m., 5:45 p.m., and 7:30 p.m...Dimond-West, Ben Boeke Arena, 5:15 p.m.; Chugiak-Eagle River vs...Bethel, 2:30 p.
Anchorage The Eagle River flag football team wrapped up the regular season with a win Thursday on what turned out to be homecoming night for senior Jessica Moore. Moore was surprised before the game by the appearance of her dad, Cedric Moore, a
Belley posted 1 minute, 3.39 seconds in the 100 breast stroke to beat O'Donoghue's 1:04.10, and Belley's 54.78 in the 100 backstroke bested Chan (56.73) by nearly two seconds. Kodiak's Sophie Hogan, with a 203.65 in girls diving, was also a newcomer
Dimond and South were the only teams to survive pool play without a loss, each finishing 8-0 and advancing to Saturday's championship Gold bracket with Service and Palmer. Dimond and South swept Service and Palmer, respectively, to earn spots in the