Wrestling for the first time at 220 pounds, Mariner Jordan Reynolds won all his matches, brought home a gold medal and was crowned King of the Mountain in Seward over the weekend. Reynolds’ winning streak now moves to 7-0.
Change is good.
After graduating seven seniors last May, and losing one player who moved to Oregon, the Homer Mariner Hockey Team is all about change this season.
M’s named to All-Conference Football Teams Homer senior and wide receiver Joseph Cardoza was named to the Northern Lights All-Conference Football second-team on offense. Sophomore Hunter Harris was named second-team offensive tackle. Defensively, sophomore Zach McKenna, inside linebacker; sophomore Michael Swoboda, interior linemen, and Cardoza, defensive back, were also chosen for the conference second team. […]
With post-season play staring them in the face, the Homer volleyball team looked determined in their final home game at Alice Witte Gymnasium on Saturday.
After losing to Anchorage Christian School in three games on Friday, 15-25, 20-25 and 20-25, Homer regrouped for Saturday’s match against the Grace Christian Lady Grizzlies. ACS and Grace currently field two of the top teams in the region.
Co-ed hockey players from Juneau, Anchorage, Kenai, Soldotna and Homer gathered at Kevin Bell Arena over the weekend to compete in the Homer Co-ed Adult Hockey Jamboree. Some 48 players — including four goalies — participated in the tourney. Senator Peter Micciche strapped on the pads and tended goal for two games.
Just in case anyone thought Homer’s win over Seward at last weekend’s Grace Christian Tournament was some kind of fluke, the Lady M’s stepped right up and put to rest any rumors that they meant anything but business.
Rockets open hockey with a win Homer Hockey Association’s Coed Adult Hockey League got off to a energetic start Saturday as four teams and more than 50 skaters fought for their first win of the season. White Lightning and the Dark Destroyers squared off in the first game of the evening. The action picked up […]
Mariner wrestlers won six of nine weight classes to win their own Round Robin Rumble at Alice Witte Gymnasium on Saturday. Homer finished the tourney with 18 wins and only five losses, and racked up 146 points to more than double the score of second-place Skyview.
Homer High School Volleyball continued to show improvement over the weekend with a seventh-place finish at the 12-team Grace Christian Lady Grizzly Invitational on Friday and Saturday in Anchorage.
The Mighty Mariner freshmen wrestlers put on quite a show over the weekend, winning 10 out of 12 matches in their debut in Homer High School’s blue and gold.