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  • Juneau, Alaska (KINY) – The Gastineau Channel Little League have crowned a 2022 Majors Division baseball champion.
  • ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — When the Angels made a late decision Sunday to go with little-used reliever Andrew Wantz as their opener on the mound, the Mariners suspected they might be about to get payback for a fastball that got awfully close to Mike Trout’s head the previous night.
  • TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — Nathan MacKinnon could not find the words. Gabriel Landeskog cracked a smile and a joke. After years of playoff disappointments, the Colorado Avalanche are back atop hockey’s mountain after dethroning the two-time defending champions
  •   Juneau, Alaska (KINY) – Juneau-Douglas High School: Yadaa.at Kalé softball players Gloria Bixby and Anna Dale joined 70 other youth softball players from around the nation at Major League Baseball’s Softball Elite Development Invitational camp at the Jackie Robinson Training Complex in Vero Beach, Florida, last week. 
  • Juneau, Alaska (KINY) – Former Ketchikan High School athlete Isaac Updike, 30, a 2010 graduate of the Kayhi Kings, is racing Thursday in the 2022 Toyota USATF Outdoor Championships at Eugene, Oregon, and can qualify for July’s world championships at the same venue.
  • Juneau, Alaska (KINY) – Quidditch. Square dancing. Culinary classes. Not your typical athletic camp routine but that is what makes the Lynn Canal Running Camp popular, and atypical, and in its 12th annual gathering with a waiting list ready to lace up their shoes for adventure.
  • The first time I remember being aware of my father’s hands was when I was three. I wasn’t very tall, nor powerful. Standing on a main street of Juneau for the first time in 1962.
  • We are our fathers. To some extent we were shaped to function in our lives from their sometimes unseen actions of love and, of course, the times that are stuck on our faces in smiles much like one would magnetize a note to the refrigerator door.
  • Sometimes great things can come out of the fog.
  • Juneau, Alaska (KINY) – This week’s Hoop Academy 3 Girls Got Next basketball camp at Thunder Mountain High School not only improves the skills of female athletes but also focuses on their all-around development on and off the court.