Joey Klecka

Kenai football runs over Kodiak

Without the use of a working scoreboard at Ed Hollier Field, the Kenai Kardinals had to stay on their toes Saturday afternoon in an all-important… Continue reading

Nikiski volleyball comes back to top ACS

A Southcentral Conference victory over Anchorage Christian Schools on Friday night put the Nikiski volleyball team on the right path to start the season.The Bulldogs… Continue reading

2014 prep volleyball preview

Don’t look now, but there is a storm brewing on the Kenai Peninsula this fall. As the prep volleyball season gets set to begin, local… Continue reading

Week 3 football preview: SoHi ready to open new turf field

The current prep football standings may look a bit jumbled with the assortment of conference and nonconference matchups scattered across the first two weeks. But… Continue reading

Ostrander, Thomet repeat Tsalteshi Invite wins

With the amount of success that Kenai Central senior Allie Ostrander has had on the prep cross-country running scene, the question has become, how does… Continue reading

Week 2 prep football preview: Big conference, nonconference matchups loom

Week 1 of the prep football season is in the books and after seeing competition for the first time, teams have a clearer understanding of… Continue reading

Peninsula runners eyeing state glory

Any day now, the leaves will begin to turn various shades of yellow and red and fall to the ground, where they will be trampled… Continue reading

Nikiski opens 2014 with win over Thunder Mountain

With a win over a medium-schools opponent to open their season, the Nikiski Bulldogs are already looking like a favorite to win it all again.The… Continue reading

Speed prevails in Fountain of Youth 5K

With the same names always winning local running races, the Fountain of Youth five-kilometer event at the Tsalteshi Trails is open to an unknown taking… Continue reading

2014 football season preview: SoHi, Nikiski seek to defend crowns

When a high school sports team makes the move into a conference designated for smaller schools, the incumbent squads may see the changes as unwelcoming… Continue reading

27th annual LeeShore Center Run for Women brings the spirit

Blustery conditions could not stop a boisterous crowd of runners from toeing the start line in the 27th annual LeeShore Center Run for Women, Saturday… Continue reading

Leman, Schollenberg to go into Alaska High School Hall of Fame

For years, the Leman family of Ninilchik lived basketball. They played, breathed and slept basketball. And that love of the sport translated to great success… Continue reading

Events boom at Tsalteshi Trails

Skyview High School as we know it may be gone, but the adjacent Tsalteshi Trails are still thriving.The trail system is experiencing a boom with… Continue reading

Oilers, Panners split twin bill

Everyone got what they wanted Saturday evening at Coral Seymour Memorial Ballpark in Kenai. The Alaska Goldpanners of Fairbanks clinched the Alaska Baseball League American… Continue reading

Kenai takes 9 1/2 to 2 1/2 lead in Walker Cup

The six teams from the Kenai Golf Course made a big statement Friday evening at their own venue on the second day of the 10th… Continue reading

Big day extends lead for Kenai Golf Course in Walker Cup

The six teams from the Kenai Golf Course made a big statement Friday evening at their own venue on the second day of the 10th… Continue reading

Ex-major leaguer gets Twins ready for state

Amidst the excitement and anxiety that go along with qualifying for a state tournament, the Legion AA Twins are going into this weekend with some… Continue reading

Panners beat Oilers in rain shortened game

Mother Nature hasn’t been kind to the Alaska Goldpanners of Fairbanks this summer, a team that has struggled just to play baseball in Fairbanks and… Continue reading

Oilers, Pilots split twin bill

Even though the Peninsula Oilers are 9 1-2 games behind the Alaska Goldpanners in the Alaska Baseball League American division with the end of the… Continue reading

Alaska Junior Open wraps up at Birch Ridge

The sixth annual Alaska Junior Open golf tournament had a different feel this year. For the first time ever, it was hosted on the Kenai… Continue reading