Rams score at will and shut out Hawks
Busy opening weekend ahead for high school basketball
West Valley blanks Lathrop, North Pole picks up W
Monroe plays in title game for Big Lake Classic
MAC and Denali conference tournaments held over the weekend
Monroe plays first game in Big Lake Classic
Patriots come out on top in a back and forth game
Interior high schools compete in two rifle tournament
Interior teams go on the road over the weekend
Lathrop beats North Pole and delta Junction
Nanooks head to Utah for first race in more than a month
Nooks get first conference win of the season
Nooks drop conference game
Nanooks prepare for conference matchup
Nanook's get ready for game after a long lay off
Number 4 on the top sports moments of 2016
Nooks have winning record as they get ready for conference slate
Count down of biggest stories of the year
Nooks play first game in more than two weeks
Basketball clinic for boys held on Saturday
A defenseman from the Alaska Nanook class of 2008 will be a full-time official for the NHL this season.
Cody Kunyk and Scott Greenham will be in the same division in the AHL this upcoming season.
The UAF Face-Off Club will host its annual golf scramble tournament this weekend.
Justin Woods, Nikolas Koberstein and Tyler Morley will be in developmental camps for NHL teams in the next few days.
Former UAF captain and defenseman is already one of the top defenseman in the NHL.
Former UAF defenseman Colton Parayko gets an assist in the Blues final game of the season in the Western Conference Finals.
Alaska schedule features Notre Dame and a home opener to start WCHA play.
Home ice will be paramount this coming hockey season as the WCHA makes a huge change to their playoff format.
The St. Louis win their second game seven of the playoffs to advance to the Western Conference Finals.
UAF hockey secures five players for the 2016-2017 season.
First game of the season comes down to the final seconds
First game of the Ice Dogs season is tomorrow in Topeka Kansas
Ice Dogs prepare for road trip
Final roster cuts coming for Ice Dogs
Ice Dogs training camp closes. Still have more cuts to make
Ice dogs give fans first look at the new team
The Fairbanks Ice Dogs start their 2016-2017 with training camp and annual golf event before hunkering down for their Robertson Cup title defense.
The North American Hockey League had over 250 players commit to college programs and the Fairbanks Ice Dogs are a part of that record.
Gabe Levin, a former Fairbanks Ice Dogs, was recognized as one of the best student athletes for the Denver hockey program and the NCAA.
The Fairbanks Ice Dogs will have exhibition games against the best 17-year-old players you can find.
The opening day of the Fairbanks Golf Association was a wet one but golfers still finished their rounds.
The Alaska Wild haven't lost a game in the Matson Invitational and find themselves in the title game.
Kenai eeks out a win over Alaska in their last matchup of the summer.
The Alaska Wild win by 10 runs over the Fairbanks 49ers to advance in the Matson Invitational.
Local girls in the Midnight Sun Martial Arts Academy win gold medals at ITF World Championships.
11-year-old Aden Sadler will have a chance to go to the Master's in Augusta, Georgia in 2017 if continues to advance in a national competition.
The Midnight Sun Mixed Martial Arts Academy is a part of Team USA in the ITF World Championships in England.
Rain has put a three game road series against the Kenai Peninsula Oilers on hold.
The Fairbanks 49ers and Alaska Wild won their openers in the Matson Invitational in Anchorage.
Some of the best athletes to ever compete in or represent Alaska will be in Anchorage for the 10 year anniversary of the Alaska Sports Hall of Fame.