The Lathrop High School Malemutes showed why they are the Northern Railbelt Conference champions and a top seed for the large school football playoffs, as they scored just 15 seconds into Friday's game against the Thunder Mountain Falcons in Juneau.
One of Norm Staton's favorite photos of his son Ryan shows the then 3-year-old sports junkie spread out on the living room floor, a mitt in one hand and baseball in the other, a small hat knocked aside by a temper tantrum and tears streaming from his eyes."His mother had told him no more balls in the house," Norm Staton said. "I love that photo."Even at that age, sports were everything for Ryan.And even at that age, Ryan was bringing pleasure to all who watched him play.
...pushed Juneau to a 12-2 win in Game Three of the best-of-five championship series."I was thinking that this is the last game," Spargo said. "That if we lose then they win and they get to go to Arizona and I, personally, did not want that...
The Juneau-Douglas and Thunder Mountain boys and girls soccer teams finished their regular season with Cancer Awareness Games on alternating senior nights at TMHS Field and the Adair Kennedy pitch.
Juneau's two high school softball teams opened their seasons at opposite ends of the Southeast Panhandle and with opposite results.
...push Radwanska around.She seemed to have momentum at the end of the second set, when she leveled after breaking in the last game. But she didn't carry it through, pushing a forehand fractionally too wide on the first point and unsuccessfully...
SAN FRANCISCO - In one emphatic finish, NaVorro Bowman, Colin Kaepernick and the San Francisco 49ers sealed their postseason berth in a celebratory regular-season finale at Candlestick Park.
NEW YORK - Clayton Kershaw of the Los Angeles Dodgers and Max Scherzer of the Detroit Tigers breezed Wednesday to baseball's Cy Young Awards.
...tomorrow for us," Beltran said. "Hopefully we can come here tomorrow, take care of business, win and go play the last game at home."Beltran's shot temporarily silenced a rocking crowd at PNC Park. It also set the stage for another dramatic...
40-28. That is what five-year-old Seattle Seahawks fan Meade SueWing first predicted the final score will be in today's Super Bowl.
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