2012 JDHS graduate Jesse Miller will be joining University of Alaska Anchorage Seawolves senior, and former JDHS Crimson Bears' runner, Katie Krehlik on the UAA cross country team this season.The Seawolves return to...
Less than one week after the University of Alaska Fairbanks Nanooks made history by winning their own Top of the World Classic, the University of Alaska Anchorage Seawolves will try to do the same by winning the Great Alaska Shootout.
...Minnesota, Utah took fourth place with a 62-50 victory over sixth-place Furman, and the host-University of Alaska Anchorage Seawolves edged High Point 66-65 to claim seventh place. It was the 18th time in the past 19 years UAA, the...
After the way his dream season ended last year at Montana State-Billings, Nate Strong of Tenakee Springs is just happy to have another chance at playing college basketball, even if he did have to transfer to Biola to continue his college career.
Gleason, a 5-foot-7 off-guard who graduated from Juneau-Douglas High School, was only averaging 3.3 points as the Wildcats lost their first six games of the season. Davidson, which went 18-9 last year, finally won a game, but continued to struggle with records of 1-9, 2-12 and 3-13.
The Crimson Bears are in the midst of a four-game losing streak, and two weeks ago Juneau lost its first Region V-Class 4A games since the 1997 region championship game against Ketchikan.
Casting about for new fund-raising opportunities, the Alaska Fly Fishers club noted the lingering ripples of the fly-fishing boom, considered the marketability of Alaska and decided there might be a way to bring the two together to produce cold, hard cash.
Hockey officially came of age in Juneau when the first herring skidded across the ice.
In 2008, Hickel Investments, Hickel Construction and Engineering Inc. and the Crawford Family Trust proposed building two new stadiums for the University of Alaska Anchorage Seawolves. We committed to design, build and operate the two new stadiums. The Seawolves deserve nationally ranked facilities to match our nationally ranked teams.
Mistakes were shrugged off with high fives and smiles, and the attitude was casual as the Juneau-Douglas volleyball team got its first taste of game action Friday. Juneau swept a two-game exhibition match from Ketchikan, 15-1, 15-10, at the season-opening Jamboree at JD High School.
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