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News and community stories on the topic of sports. Sports coverage is occasionally provided by community members.

Raider Swimmers Headed to Regionals

Oct 19, 2016
UCSD

Five new school records and six swimmers having personal best times in their individual events made the trip to Palmer, Alaska a good one for the Unalaska swim team.  The Raiders traveled with eight swimmers to the Palmer Invitational at the Palmer High School Pool October 13th through 15th.  The Invite is thought to be largest high school swim meet and diving competition in the state with over 300 participants from 17 schools. 

Another Strong Showing for Raider Runners

Sep 6, 2016
David Gibson

The Unalaska Raiders had another strong showing for the second week in a row this past weekend at the ACS Class Invite on Friday and the Palmer Invitational on Saturday. The Raiders got some more valuable experience for a very young team. The ACS Class invite is a 3K flight race that is run according to what grade each runner is in. That race is always a fun one to watch and gets the athletes a little bit of experience before the big race in Palmer.

The young Unalaska Raiders Cross Country team traveled to Bartlett High School in Anchorage to compete in the Alaska State Preview on August 27th. There were a total of 30 teams and over 800 runners competing in four different races on that day. 

All of the Raiders competed in the varsity races and ran against some stiff competition including some of the top 4A schools in the state. There were seven season personal records and two career personal records in the race on one of the toughest courses in the state. All of the Raiders should be proud of themselves. 

UCSD Swimmers Dive into a New Season

Aug 29, 2016
D. Tyrell McGirt

Eight from the Unalaska swim team traveled to Lathrop High School in Fairbanks for the Lathrop Invitational swimming and diving meet at Hamme Pool. Ten teams from Fairbanks, North Pole, Palmer, Unalaska, Valdez, and Wasilla competed in the event.  Each swimmer was allowed to compete in four events but no more than two individual events.  Unalaska student athletes competed in 18 out of 24 events Friday evening.

This year’s Aleutian Tundra Golf Classic started as the remnants of Tropical Storm Omais swept Unalaska with gale force winds and driving rain.  Six dedicated teams and a handful of volunteers braved the weather on Saturday.  When the storm cleared on Sunday more teams joined the action.

The annual Tundra Golf Classic is a fundraiser for Unalaska Community Broadcasting.  At preliminary count, the fundraiser brought in just over $11,000 from sponsorships, team fees, and skills contests. 

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