Sports Briefs – Jan. 2

Not soft on smarts
Homer Head Softball Coach Bill Bell announced last week that the National Fastpitch Coaches Association recognized nine Homer players as All-American Scholar athletes.
To be eligible for the commendation, players had to attain a 3.5 grade point average for the year. Recognized Lady Mariners include: Kenley Kingrey, Katie McNary. Lauren Cashman, Hannah LaRue, Larsen Fellows, Miranda Beach, Maggie LaRue, Katie Kirsis, Briana Edens and  Monica Davis. As a whole, the team ranked 37th in the nation in total team GPA.

Lighting up January nights
Kachemak Nordic Ski Club will start its Friday Night Lights at the Baycrest-DOT Trailhead on Jan. 4-5. The trail, lit by nearly 100 Tiki torches, is a unique ski experience for all ages and abilities.
A warming fire and hot chocolate will be available, and skiers are welcome to stay after skiing to enjoy the fire and good company. Snowshoes are encouraged, and head-lamps are recommended on dark nights.
Check the events calendar at or KNSC Facebook page for the location.

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