It's plain to see that the new turf and track at Kenai Central High School is popular.
For those distance running enthusiasts out there, you better sit down before reading this.
Football season is just around the corner for those that are aching to see some action on the turf. Of course, since it is the spring season, the type of football anyone will be seeing is the kind that involves the feet, not the hands.
By JOEY KLECKA Peninsula ClarionSometimes, after a stressful situation, it's best to take a breather to take your mind off the ordeal...
...early Wednesday. Wade Bartleson had 12 points to lead Kodiak ESS, while Cody Robustellini had 11 points. For Lumen Christi, Joey Brown and Cheibuka Lebechi each had 11 points. Wednesday girls Wolverines 31, Warriors 27 Ninilchik 4 6 7 14 -31 Birchwood...
As if winning a state wrestling championship and state MVP wasn't enough, Kenai Central's Paul Steffensen has now added one more accolade - AKMat's Wrestler of the Year.
A season full of basketball highlights came to a dazzling end last month in the freshman year of Kaillee Skjold.
The Speed, Strength and Training competition held on a biannual basis is not for the faint of heart.
As a walk-on freshman on the University of Alaska Anchorage men's hockey squad in 2013, Brad Duwe had little in the way of big expectations.
Most coaches would agree that the spring track and field season in Alaska is one of the most difficult to prepare for in the country.
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