Fairbanks Sports | Webcenter11

Final Iditarod mushers approach Nome

Focusing onto a Non-local race, we only have a few mushers left in the 2018 Iditarod.

The Open North American Championships began this afternoon at the Jeff Studdart Race Grounds by Mushers Hall.

The offense for the Fairbanks Ice Dogs was firing on all Cylinders last night as the Dogs were able to defeat the Janesville Jets 7-3.

The UAF Rifle Team may have seen their season come to an end at the National Championships last weekend, but three of their shooters continued to collect awards.

We may have a winner for the 2018 Iditarod but we still have 34 mushers out on the trail.

Solid As A Rock Fighting Championships draw Combat Sports fans to the Carlson Center

Online Definition pressures the Juneau High School Football Team to abandon Mascot

Joar Liefseth Ulsom wins 2018 Iditarod

Aurora and MAC All-Conference teams announced

Nanook Ski team finishes up National Championship Stay

Nanook Rifle ends season with 6th place finish at National Championships

Nanook Corner: Justin Woods and Zach Frye earn points in first professional Games

Ulsom holds lead into final Iditarod checkpoint before Nome Finish line

Ulsom reclaims Iditarod lead

Fairbanks Ice Dogs snap two game losing skid; defeat the Springfield Jr. Blues

Monroe Catholic, Valdez, Eielson, and Galena to represent Aurora Conference in 3A State Tournament

West Valley Basketball sweeps Mid Alaska Conference Championships

Monroe Catholic wins Aurora Conference Championship; advances to state championship

Live Sports from the Mid Alaska Conference Championship Tournament

Aurora Conference Championship Tournament tips off

Ulsom leads Iditarod Mushers into the halfway point

Mid Alaska Conference Tournament set to start on Friday night

Three Time State Champion Kailey Fowlkes signs on to wrestle for Southern Oregon

Load More Stories