Homer Alaska - Sports

Story last updated at 3:11 PM on Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Sports Briefs




HMS Huskies win one, lose one

Homer Middle School Huskies boys soccer team took on Seward and Soldotna's Maroon team in Homer on Friday. The Huskies beat Seward 6-0, with Coach Tommie CarlinSchauer noting the Huskies' "great team effort, great passing and great vision."

In that game:

• First goal made by Oliver Beck with an assist from Dimitry Kuzmin, 24:13;

• Second goal made by Joe Ravin with an assist from Oliver Beck, 33:55;

• Third goal made by Joe Ravin with an assist from Oliver Beck, 36:17;

• Fourth goal made by Dimitry Kuzmin with an assist from Simon Dye, 43:52;

• Fifth goal made by Oliver Beck with an assist from Charlie Rohr, 51:26;

• Sixth goal made by Charlie Rohr with an assist form Charlie Menke, 55:40.

• Kenny Croft had three saves.

In the game against Soldotna's Maroon team, Homer lost 0-4.

The Huskies play Soldotna's White team Friday at Soldotna Middle School starting at 3:30 p.m.

Golf tournament benefits ice rink

Rounds for the Rink, a golf tournament benefiting the Kevin Bell Ice Arena, will take place at Shoreline Golf Course on Saturday. This is an 18-hole, best ball scramble event, comprised of as many as nine teams with four to five players on each team.

Sign-up begins at 9 a.m.; shotgun start tee time is 10 a.m. Cost is $40 per person, which includes greens fees, food, beverages and a chance to win door prizes donated by local businesses. All proceeds benefit Homer's ice arena and the Homer Hockey Association. Shoreline Golf is located at approximately 6 mile East End Road. For more information, call Chris Russ, 399-1728.

Run to the Altar in October

Kachemak Bay Running Club has announced that the fourth annual Run to the Altar, a 13.3-mile run, jog or walk event on paved, dirt and mud roads and trails, is scheduled for Oct. 6. The event begins at Homer High School and finishes on East Skyline Drive, a quarter mile past Wynn Nature Center. Walkers begin at 9 a.m., runners at 10 a.m. The event is free. There is homemade food and shelter at the finish line. Participants are invited to bring food to share if they wish. For more information, contact Megan, 299-0687.

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