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The Glennallen Panthers are this year’s 2A State Champions. The team knocked off Dillingham 59-39 in last night champion ship game. Aaron Miller scored a game-high 14 points and pulled down 10 rebounds. Cameron Peters and Will Endres each had 12 points. Brent Sampson had 10 rebounds Dillingham’s Dylan Wassily was the only player to score in double-digits. He had fifteen points.
On the girls’ side, the Lady Panthers closed out the tournament with a 31-26 win over Nenana. Lexus Martin led the way with 11 points. Kendall Maslen chipped in 10 points.
Nenana’s Teresa Long had 8 points in a losing effort.
In the 3-A girls basketball tournament, the Lady Bucs to defending champion Barrow in the first round, 53-40. The Lady Whalers’ Angela Miguel scored a game-high 24 points. Marian Wamsely was the on Valdez player to score in double-digits. She had 14 points in a losing effort.
Valdez rebounded in the consolation round with a 54-41 win over Nikiski. Veronica Hursh exploded with 21 points and seven rebounds. Alyssa Darch was the leading scorer for the Lady Bulldogs with 15 points.
The Lady Bucs closed out the tournament in fourth place with a 38-30 win over Seward. Senior Rachel MacDonald finished her career with a game-high 11 points.
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The president of Prince William Sound Community College has resigned after only six months on the job. Jacob Ng’s resignation comes amid an investigation into allegations of the harassment of student employees and unpaid on-campus housing. KCHU’s Tony Gorman reports.
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There will be new faces on the Cordova City Council and School Board and new trapping regulations are on the way. That’s according to last night’s General Election.
Tim Joyce is poised to return to Seat B on the Council. He collected 295 votes to Robert “Moose” Heinrichs’ 105.
Tom Bailer ran unopposed for Seat C and received 318 votes.
The man he is replacing on the council, David Allison, made an attempt to run for the School Board. So far, his bid has not been successful. Sheryl Glason is leading the race with 231 votes. Allison has 174.
As for Proposition 1 for setting new trapping regulations, Cordovans are in favor of it. 232 voters said yes and 187 said no.
Absentee and questioned ballots are set to be counted next Wednesday, March 12th.
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