Fairbanks wins 5-1 in game two of three game Midwest division series against the Coulee Region Chill
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FAIRBANKS-Tomorrow is championship Saturday in high school football. Eielson and North Pole will play for state championships in their respective divisions while Lathrop will be in a semifinal. Instead of Xs and Os I asked some of the seniors about their favorite moments of the season before they left for Anchorage.
BILLINGS, MT-In college volleyball UAF fell in three sets on the road. UAF led 23-20 in the first set but the Montana State Billings Yellowjackets stung the Nanooks with a 29-27, 25-18, 25-17 defeat.
Monica Grimsund had a match high 14 kills hitting 500. Riley Podowicz hit a match high 56 percent for UAF on 9 kills. Sam Harthun led UAF with 12 kills and 15 digs.
Alaska will travel to SPU for a Saturday GNAC tilt.
FAIRBANKS-The GNAC Preseason Men's Basketball Polls were released yesterday and the Alaska Nanooks were picked seventh in the 10 team conference.
Alaska returns one starter in senior point guard Joe Slocum after losing seven seniors from last season. A season, in which Alaska won 18 games, finished third in the GNAC and made it to the semifinals. Alaska head coach Mick Durham enters his 20th season of coaching and fourth year at the helm at UAF. He's 15 wins away from 300 career victories. Durham also brought in Bobby Howard as his new assistant coach.