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On Saturday swim caps will bob in the water of Auke Lake, multi-speed bikes will speed toward the Mendenhall Glacier and waffled-soled shoes of every variety will dash along a rainforest trail near the University of Alaska Southeast campus as athletes compete in the 7th annual Aukeman Sprint Triathlon."I have an amazing group of athletes that I have been training up for the Aukeman," certified USA triathlon coach Jamie Bursell said. "I am proud of their ability to focus on improving their performance and support each other at the same time."
The discipline and character of a team is the reflection of the head coach.
Juneau Post 25 ran out early against the No. 1 seed Chugiak Post 33 on Thursday, but walked too many batters late and fell 12-5 in the 2015 American Legion Alaska State Tournament semi-final.
Today, July 31 LITTLE LEAGUE Home, 6 p.m., Junior Baseball State Tournament, Ketchikan vs. Anchorage's Polar Little League at Adair Kennedy Memorial Park. Game 4 (if needed) in best-of-five series.
Juneau's Post 25 baseball team fell by the score of 3-2 to Kenai Post 20 and was eliminated from the American Legion Alaska State Tournament on Friday at Anchorage's Mulcahy Stadium.Kenai will play Chugiak for the State Championship on Saturday at 3 p.m. with the winner advancing to the Northwest Regional on August 5-9 in Cheyenne, Wyoming.With the loss Juneau places third and will play the winner of the Matson Lines Invitational (comprised of the bottom seven teams from the Legion season standings) to qualify for the NWCART Regional in Logan, Utah, August 7-11.
Team Mighty Yellow turned the hue of the green pitch in their favor on Wednesday night in the championship game of the Capital City Soccer League at Adair Kennedy Memorial Park soccer field. Mighy Yellow defeated Valley Paint 2-1 to win the title.
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Juneau's Christine Quick, 23, reached the pinnacle of athletic success on Wednesday at the 2015 Special Olympics World Summer Games in Los Angeles, winning a gold medal and the title of Olympic champion.
Today, July 30 LITTLE LEAGUE Home, 6 p.m., Junior Baseball State Tournament, Ketchikan vs. Anchorage's Polar Little League at Adair Kennedy Memorial Park. Game 3 in best-of-five series.
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