A dual track meet between just two schools might not drum up the excitement of a large invitational, but the one held Friday between Homer and Soldotna High School served its purpose and showed the Mariner girls are starting out strong this year.
Both Homer soccer teams established themselves in Peninsula Conference play Tuesday, winning games against Nikiski High School.
A freshman volleyball player for Homer High School has been selected from her peers to advance her skills out of state with the Alice Witte Memorial Volleyball Scholarship.
The Kachemak Kings helped Mother Nature this weekend by heating up the waters at Kate Kuhns Aquatic Center and smoking the competition at the 2018 Southcentral Area Championship.
The Homer soccer program came out ahead in its first Peninsula Conference meeting of the 2018 season Tuesday night at home.
The Homer High School girls’ soccer team held our inaugural “Trot to the Top” fun run this past Saturday, which started at Homer Middle School and provided three distances that runners could compete in.
The Homer Mariners basketball teams enjoyed a winning streak this past weekend, defeating Houston in a Southcentral Conference game Thursday, March 1 and shooting their way to victory during their Friday, March 2 Senior Night games against Seward.
The Kachemak Swim Club has spent the last two weeks gutting out races in pools from Southeast Alaska to the state of Oregon to right here at home.
Several Homer Mariner skiers took to the snow for the last time as high school athletes over the weekend at the ASAA First National Bank Alaska Nordic Ski Championships.
Just after Valentine’s Day, 19 swimmers and two coaches from the Kachemak Swim Club (KSC) in Homer made their way to Juneau. After some snow and route diversions, all arrived at the Alaska Age Group Swimming Championships ready to race their peers from across the state.
In my last piece, I wrote a lot about specific games and how we did against the teams we played, so I figured it was time that I shined a light on a very important aspect of playing basketball; my family. And no, I don’t mean my mom, dad and new puppy. I’m talking about my basketball sisters.
Homer High School skiers let their superior classic ski skills shine during the Region III Championships over the weekend, according to assistant coach Alison O’Hara.