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Sports Thursday August 10th

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Patrick wraps up the countdown to kick off as previewing a pair of Potato Bowl rivals, plus UAA Men's Basketball names a top assistant for next season.

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Patrick wraps up the countdown to kick off as previewing a pair of Potato Bowl rivals, plus UAA Men's Basketball names a top assistant for next season.
http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12451/7041339?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Fri, 11 Aug 2017 06:28:59 +0000 Sports Thursday August 10th Patrick wraps up the countdown to kick off as previewing a pair of Potato Bowl rivals, plus UAA Men's Basketball names a top assistant for next season. http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12451/7041339?cpt=8&wpid=2637 KTUU the wasilla high school football team won just two games last year, but that doesn't mean their expectations for this season are any lower. as the warriors look to restore their programs winning ways...as we caught up with the team just days before their week one match up with bartlett. second year head coach will stout says a productive off season has made a difference for this years team. stout says twenty two seniors are returning plus eighteen juniors on this years roster. leading the way on offense for the warriors will be quarterback aaron milliron behind a group of running backs....as wasilla says it's run game will be an important to its success this season. "well we like to run the ball, and we like to punish our appointment by running the ball, and play a tough defense, so hopefully our defense has improved from next year and we can take that next step forward." "we've just been focusing really hard in practices, because we know bartlett is a really tough team, and we respect them a lot, and we have just been grinding." the warriors will meet with potato bowl rival...palmer high school...in the last game of the season. we caught up with the moose today as their prepare for their first game of the season against north pole tomorrow. at the helm for his 27th season is rod christansen, who says this years team has a mix of returners and first year players. last year the moose made it all the way to the medium schools state championship falling to soldotna, and christansen says their strategy this year isn't different from the past....do what works. "details, doing the small stuff, we're not going to overpower you, be the fastest team or the strongest team, as a team if we do the right things, we have people we believe that can contribute throughout the game." "we're trying to get a better start then we did last year, it took us a little while, so we're trying to jump the gun this year." speaking of the mat-su that's where we find kari bustamente in this week's fishing report. as she's on the hunt for rainbows with wade from reel fly adventurez on the susitna drainage. they head out early in the morning because reel fly says when the weather gets too hot the bites slows down. the two use eight to ten mil beads fishing right on top of and behind the kings. nat sequence of netting a fish, and then kari realeasing the fish lastly tonight the u-a-a mens basketball team bolstering their roster...but not adding a player instead an assistant coach. the seawolves naming ryan orton their top assistant coach, returning to the program spending time on the coaching staff from 2009 to 2012. orton spent the past five seasons at western wyoming community college leading the mustangs to three winning seasons and a playoff berth two of the past three seasons. the uaa mens basketball season tips off on november fourth that wraps up our countdown to kickoff. make sure to tune in tomorrow for all of our coverage the opening weekend of high school football and all season as we follow the action reporting from wasilla high school patrick enslow channel 2 sports. we'll be right back




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