Alaska Hall of Fame to celebrate 10th anniversary

  • By Staff Report
  • Tuesday, July 26, 2016 11:44pm
  • Sports

The Alaska Sports Hall of Fame will celebrate its 10th anniversary Thursday from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Alaska Airlines Center in Anchorage by assembling many of Alaska’s greatest athletes, a group that includes Olympians, Native sports icons, mainstream athletes, mushers and mountaineers. The event is free to the public.

Athletes with Kenai Peninsula connections on the list are Lance Mackey, Dallas Seavey, Allie Ostrander, the Soldotna High School football team, Scott Davis, Michaela Hutchison and Cedar Bourgeois.

Other athletes on the guest list are Scott Gomez, Tommy Moe, Hilary Lindh, Mark Schlereth, Nina Kemppel, Reggie Joule, Kris Thorsness, Don Clary, Janay DeLoach, Kikkan Randall, Dave Johnston, Dennis Sorenson, Jeannie Hebert-Truax, Art Davidson, Bill Spencer, Vern Tejas, Chris Clark, Dick Mize, Laci Effenberger, the UAA women’s basketball team, Al Sokaitis, Nicole Johnston, Nick Hanson, Special Olympics athletes, Herb Didrickson, Dick Mackey, Brent Sass, Travis Thompson, David Norris and Mike Kramer.

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