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Brinson Most Valuable Player Former JDHS Crimson Bears guard Dominique Brinson was chosen the Most Valuable Player at the end of season award's banquet for the University of Alaska Fairbanks Nanooks recently.
Seawolves host Great Alaska Shootout

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.
Juneau Empire Story Archive

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.
Sitka's Hoosier

When Roderick Wilmont was a freshman playing basketball for Sitka High School, only true hoops aficionados in Southeast Alaska ever saw him play - and they had to get to the gym early to watch the junior varsity or C team game.
JDHS's Johnson signs with UAF

...senior forward Emily Johnson has accepted a scholarship offer to continue her basketball career with the University of Alaska-Fairbanks Nanooks and first-year coach Dave Thompson. "I went up to there for an official visit about a month and a...
College Corner: Beedle named to U.S. telemark ski team

Island Pub fields softball gold at worlds

Hoist your bottles, steins and glasses high for Juneau's Island Pub softball team. On Saturday, the Island Pub Pubbers won a gold medal in men's softball at the 25th Annual Huntsman World Senior Games in St. George, Utah.
Gleason's role on team grows as Davidson improves

A month or so ago, Meagan Gleason's senior season at Davidson College wasn't going the way she'd hoped.
College Corner

When Jesie Lewis of Juneau arrived at Fresno State University three seasons ago she had an immediate impact on the team, winning the team's Newcomer of the Year award.
Austin Peay wins Top of the World Classic

FAIRBANKS -- Nick Stapleton sank two 3-pointers in overtime as Austin Peay rallied to beat Utah State 80-76 Sunday in the championship game of the Top of the World Classic at the Carlson Center in Fairbanks.


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