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Last year’s conference champs haven’t lost a set this season, boost record to 4-0
Bad snap, kicks and coverage result in TDs for Anchorage team as Juneau drops to 0-4.
The tent was unzipped only enough for my feet to be outside. I was exhausted and needed a respite from the mosquitos that were able… Continue reading
THMS completes sweep of two nights of matchups between local teams on each other’s courts.
Juneau falls behind 35-7 midway through second quarter to Anchorage team, drops to 0-3.
Smaller-than-usual field competes after race delayed seven weeks, but victors still get peak thrill.
The two schools plan to apply lessons learned during rematch Saturday at JDHS.
Last-place finish in first global competition will serve as experience entering Olympic year.
Note: This story turns 10 years old this year. I am revisiting it because it shows the uncertainties of doing science outdoors in Alaska. And… Continue reading
Juneau scores TDs of 91, 73, 71 and 51 yards, turns 24-7 deficit into 33-32 lead before losing 40-33
More than 300 people run and walk in the 32nd Annual Beat the Odds: A Race Against Cancer
Practice is underway as runners prepare for an upcoming joint race with JDHS.
Waking to the smell of a wet ashtray (which, as a Child of the Seventies, I can still remember), I knew the wind had shifted.… Continue reading
After a week of rain, I relished the few minutes of sunshine from my glassing spot on top of a ridge. Just behind me was… Continue reading
Cross-country coaches and captains share early season goals ahead of joint race with TMHS.
The 50K, 25K and 10K races were a success despite weather, race director says.
A very low tide in early August enticed me and a couple of friends out to see what we could see in the intertidal zone.… Continue reading
After losing state title game last year, there’s only one way to go up as season starts Saturday
Numbers of adult peregrine falcons on the upper Yukon River in Alaska have decreased by more than a third in the last three years, according… Continue reading
As July came to an end, fireweed was in bloom everywhere, the early flowers, low on the stem, already putting up big seed pods. Many… Continue reading