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Berett Wilber/KUCB

 Get ready, golfers.

This weekend is KUCB's annual Tundra Golf Classic, where Unalaskans play 18 holes in Pyramid Valley. Tee times are available 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

PRIZES thanks to the generosity of OptimERA WiFi:

·      4 "easter egg" balls will be randomly placed in bags.  Winner gets 1 GB of Wifi

·      2GB per player on the third place team

·      5 GB per player on the second place team

·      10 GB per player on the WINNING TEAM

Karie Wilson

An initial sentiment of exhilarating expectancy at the Alaska State Regionals Tournament was met with abrupt disappointment as the ASAA State Basketball Championship Tournament was cancelled March 11, and the Unalaska Raiders basketball teams were sent home prematurely.


Despite the untimely end to their seasons, both teams gallantly completed the regions tournament and arrived home with a few well-deserved wins under their belts.


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Over the weekend, the Unalaska girls' basketball team played their first game since teammate Alexis Magalong died earlier this month. The Raiders beat the King Cove Rookies 36-19 on Friday. 

The game started with a moment of silence to honor Magalong, as well as Trey Henning – a 2017 graduate of Unalaska's high school – who died last week.


Unalaska's girls' basketball team swept Glenallen in last weekend's homestand.

On Friday, the Raiders beat the Panthers 41-19, before claiming a 47-27 victory on Saturday.

The girls' season record improved to 7-2 after the home contests, which included a "senior night" celebration for the squad's nine seniors.

Meanwhile, the Raider boys split their homestand.

On Friday, they defeated the Panthers 50-43, before dropping Saturday's game 42-49. Their season record is now 6-5.

The Raiders' next matchups are Feb. 13-15 in Valdez.

Raiders Girls Win Rally The Regions In Overtime

Jan 6, 2020
Rally the Regions

The Unalaska Raiders won the Girls Championship game at the Rally the Regions Hardwood Classic on Saturday in four minutes of overtime.

Unalaska trailed behind Unalakleet for most of the game, until Kayla Villamor hit two free throws with 25 seconds left to give her team the first lead of the game. In the end, the Raiders beat Unalakleet 51-43.