Matias Saari wins his fourth Equinox title and Christy Marvin sets new record for women.
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Fairbanks allows nine goals in Robertson Cup rematch at the NAHL Showcase
Alaska stays close but fall in three sets to SPU.
The Wolfpack get another win and score over 40 points in a non-conference victory over Juneau-Douglas.
The Patriots clinch the SEC title over Thunder Mountain with a standout game on defense.
The Malemutes win their first conference title in 16 years.
Rio Grande uses big third period to defeat Fairbanks 5-2.
FAIRBANKS-Now here's the rundown on what's going on for Interior sports this weekend.
Bright and early at 8 a.m. is the 52 Equinox Marathon a 26.2 mile race, the Marathon Relay with 3 person teams and Ultramarathon-the 40 mile run at the UAF Patty Center. The Kids' Equinox starts at 9 a.m.
In high school football Monroe takes on no.2 Eielson on Kiwanis Field for a 1 p.m. kickoff
The Hamme Pool will have the Region 6 All Schools Meet at 6 p.m.