West Valley dominates the Lathrop Invitational
The Wolfpack look to stay hot
Seward travels to Eielson for Saturday football match up
Monroe looking to stay perfect hosts Nikiski
North Pole searches for its first win of the football season
Two games go beyond the third set in Thursday night's volleyball action.
Teams and fans a got a little preview of the third season of flag football in the Interior.
The Monroe Rams are 2-0 and will have a chance to win three straight games to start the year this Saturday.
The Lathrop Invitational is set to open the 2016 high school swimming season.
North Pole wins 3-0 over Eielson at home to being their 2016 campaign.
UAF gets it's second rifle recruit of the spring signing period.
Sanni Salonen picks UAF to continue college basketball career.
A Service High School swimmer chooses UAF for college.
The Alaska Nanook men's basketball team will have a camp for 4-12 grade basketball players
Two Alaskans and a Colorado student athlete pick UAF for college.
Amy Gentry will take her shooting talents to UAF this fall and makes history for Hutchison High School.
A basketball player from Kansas transfers to UAF men's basketball and makes a sizable addition to the program.
UAF women's basketball Cody Bench lands three recruits who call Alaska home.
South Anchorage's Anna Darnell signs with UAF skiing.
Alaska picks up its third player to their 2016 recruiting class.
UAF earned two all important conference points on Friday night.
UAF travels to Alabama to take on the last place Chargers.
The UAF hockey team started 2016 at home against the Bemidji State Beavers. This turned out to be one their toughest series to date. Here's a recap of Saturday and Sunday's games.
Alaska can move up in the WCHA standings if they have a successful weekend of hockey to start 2016.
After the first two games of the Governor's Cup UAF has a 1-0-1 advantage over their rivals. A big reason for that is their freshman goaltender. Here's more on the recent success of Jesse Jenks.
UAF doesn't get a sweep but they pick up important conference points and set the tone in the Governor's Cup.
A struggling Alaska hockey team will take on rival UAA, who is on the rise, in the first two games of the Governor's Cup.
Special teams plays doom Nanooks.
Alaska will host Lake Superior State this weekend and wins are needed to stay afloat in a tough WCHA.
Alaska denies a shut out for the second straight not but no wins against Michigan Tech.
Fairbanks wins an overtime thriller over the Kenai River Brown Bears and clinch league title.
The Ice Dogs are the best team in the NAHL for a reason. They score the most points and lead in the in almost all of the stats. One of the reasons for that is that they come in to work to punch a clock. Here's more.
Fairbanks will host the Central Labor Council and it will be Parents Weekend during their three game series against the Kenai River Brown Bears.
Fairbanks is on a roll to end the season with a sweep over the New Jersey Titans.
A high scoring second period fuels the Ice Dogs victory over the Titans.
Despite some tough wins as of late Fairbanks is getting more out of their team late in the season.
Fairbanks prevails in overtime on Saturday to split with the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights.
Wilkes-Barre fed off a great first period to hold off Fairbanks a the Big Dipper.
Fairbanks starts their seven game homestand against Wilkes-Barre/Scranton this Friday.
Fairbanks sets a new NAHL best mark and clinch the Midwest division.
The 17U boys make history for the Eclipse soccer program with a first place finish in the USA Cup tournament.
The North Pole Mariners win a back and forth title game against the Fairbanks Twins.
Eclipse under 17 boys team wins silver division title
A look at what happened at the WEIO games on Friday night
Linc Qimic and Mitsi Evans have the strongest ears once again at WEIO. Autumn Ridley and Casey Ferguson continue their reign in the Alaskan High Kick.
A couple of events end their gold medal drought in the Eskimo Stick Pull event and something Strange occurred in the four man carry event.
Alaska picked up its third straight win in their home finale on Wednesday night. They will also have an exhibition tournament this weekend.
Nick Hanson of Unalakleet sets a new world record and Amber Vaska continues her dominance in her signature event.
Alaska sweeps the Everett Merchants in a double-header on Tuesday night.
8 Interior athletes are a part of Team Alaska in the ASICS/Vaughn USA Wrestling nationals.