Lathrop beats North Pole and delta Junction
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Yesterday, A local High School Football player signed his National Letter of Intent to decide where he wants to play college football.
RJ Henry of Lathrop High School will be taking his talents to Montana State University Northern after signing his NLI. The 5'10" 162 pound runner scored at least one touchdown in each of the nine games that the school played in. Henry was chosen for the Large Schools All-State First-team as a return specialist.
UAF Hockey is gearing up for a Thanksgiving weekend series against Michigan Technological University.
MTU will be traveling to Fairbanks this Friday and Saturday to take on the Nooks at the Carlson Center. The Nooks are coming off a close series a couple weeks ago in Huntsville, Alabama where they tied the first game 3 to 3.
The second game they were able to score the same amount, but held the Chargers to only 1 goal to take a win back to Fairbanks. MTU is up 12 to 3 in a series against U-A-F dating back to the 1990-91 season.
The Ice Dogs traveled to Wisconsin this weekend to take on the Coulee Region Chill for an NAHL Midwest Divisional Show Down.
The first couple minutes did not go the Ice Dogs way as they let up a goal at the minute-36 mark from Kevin Dineen putting the chill up 1 - 0 early. Less then 3 minutes later the Ice Dogs tied it up with a goal by Robert Blueger, his third goal of the season.
That would be the only goal by the Nooks as three other players for the Chill went on to score a goal last night. Trenton Bliss Scored at the 11:46 mark in the first period putting them up one.