There were no floats, no kings or queens crowned, and no talk of a big dance; Voznesenka Football celebrated homecoming its own way.
Homer’s Pop Warner Raiders unlimited team exacted a bit of revenge against the Palmer Steelers with a 45-12 stomping on Sunday at the Homer High School field.
Volleyball rests before busy week The Homer Lady Mariner Volleyball squad took advantage of a little time off this week after a match with Houston had to be rescheduled. “We’ve just been enjoying the time to focus on a little skill development, let the girls get caught up on homework and prepare for a pretty […]
Any question as to who the team to beat is this year in 3A volleyball was answered clearly at the North/South Volleyball Tourney in Seward over the weekend.
Some 300 swimmers and divers flooded Kate Kuhns Aquatic Center over the weekend, gathering for Homer’s annual invitational swim and dive meet on Friday and Saturday.
After weathering stormy seas against the Kenai Kardinals at home two weeks ago, the Homer Mariner football team sailed back on course with a 30-0 win at Skyview on Saturday.
Lady Mariner cross country runners combined forces on Saturday to put themselves at the top of their own Homer Invitational Meet. Taking six of the top 10 spots, Homer girls were able to squeak by Soldotna by eight points.
The Voznesenka Cougars football team picked up its first 11-man victory in school history on Friday, defeating Valdez 42-28 in Greatland Conference action at Homer High School. The Cougars are now 1-1 in the league and 1-1 overall.
Mariner boys took control of the Panther pool at Friday’s Skyview Invitational. Thanks to some significant help from the Nagle brothers, Homer won 12 of 13 events for a total of 140 points. The next-closest competitor, Seward, had 18 points, while the host Panthers earned 11.
Despite travel complications and a couple of cancellations, the Lady Mariner volleyball team turned in an impressive performance at the eight-team Cordova Tournament over the weekend.