Southeast Conference 1A
Boys basketball standings
Klawock (6-0 conference,
Thorne Bay (6-2, 8-3)
Yakutat (2-2, 5-5)
Hydaburg (2-2, 2-2)
Kake (2-2, 2-2)
Angoon (2-6, 2-9)
Hoonah (0-2, 0-2)
Skagway (0-4, 0-4)
The 1A Boys State Coaches
UAA skiers 6th, Adde 8th
LOVELAND, Colo. – At the completion of the Alpine races, the Alaska Anchorage Seawolves sit sixth at the Utah Invitational among Rocky Mountain Intercollegiate Ski Association members on Thursday.
After four events, the Seawolves have amassed 227 points for sixth place. Denver leads the league with 476 points, followed by Colorado (440) and host Utah (392) in second and third, respectively. New Mexico is fourth at 363, while Montana State sits above UAA in fifth at 309.
Leading the Seawolves was All-American Andreas Adde in the men’s slalom. The 2010 NCAA Slalom Champion, Adde posted a two-run time of one minute, 36.21 seconds for 8th place – his fourth top-10 finish of the season. Also scoring for UAA was Niko Harmanen in 20th at 1:40.24.
On the women’s side, UAA was only able to get one Seawolf across the finish line in senior Kayla Hoog-Fry. The Reno, Nev., native furnished a combined time of 1:41.99 for 14th.
DU’s Kristine Haugen won the women’s race at 1:38.08, while teammate Espen Lysdahl took the title in the men’s at 1:34.03.
The Nordic portion of the Utah Invite will take place Feb. 8-9, while the Alpine team will commence their part of the New Mexico Invite on Feb. 9-10 in Red River, N.M.
Mackey scratches from Yukon Quest sled dog race
FAIRBANKS, Alaska — Four-time champion Lance Mackey has dropped out of the Yukon Quest International Sled Dog Race.
The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reports the veteran was down to seven dogs in the race between Whitehorse, Yukon Territory, and Fairbanks. He had started Saturday with 14 dogs.
He scratched in Dawson City. Mackey says he’s quitting for the well-being of his team.
Defending champion Hugh Neff is leading the race.
After a 40-hour layover, he left Dawson with 12 dogs at 5:10 a.m. Yukon time on Thursday.
Allen Moore followed two hours later with 11 dogs.
UAA Hockey’s Haider to
miss MTU series
ANCHORAGE –Alaska Anchorage’s Kurt Haider, the Voice of the Seawolves, will miss his first hockey series in over 17 years due to a medical issue on Thursday. The Seawolves play the Michigan Tech Huskies this Friday and Saturday in Houghton, Mich.
Haider, who does play-by-play for the UAA hockey team via Clear Channel’s KTZN “The Zone”, said that they will be pulling Michigan Tech’s Dirk Hembroff’s internet broadcast for Anchorage locals to listen to. The games – with a 3 p.m. start on Friday and 1 p.m. start on Saturday – can be heard live on 550 AM or on GoSeawolves.com.