Dillingham Wolverines

Dillingham's cross-country team is up and running amid pandemic precautions

Aug 20, 2020
Tyler Thompson/KDLG

"We’ve been working together to put a plan in place that does our best to keep the kids safe while participating in a school activity," says Head Coach Amanda Luiten. 

Dillingham Middle/ High School Facebook Page

Since the start of 2020, the coronavirus pandemic has slowed down athletics — on the field and off. Dillingham athletes and coaches still found a way to finish out the year with a virtual hoo-rah, and the coaches are looking to next year. 

KDLG/Tyler Thompson

We are practicing social distancing while working to keep everyone up to date on the coronavirus. Alaska is now up to 12 cases. People from Bristol Bay have been tested, but the results are pending.

Kevin Tennyson

Teams from around Bristol Bay and as far away as the Fairbanks area tipped off at the RAVN basketball invite last weekend. 

Courtesy of the Dillingham Wolverine Wrestling team

The wolverines wrestled hard on Saturday at the state championships in Anchorage. The girls' team won 10th overall and first out of the 2A schools, and the boys won fifth place overall and second out of the 2A schools.

Eleven schools compete at Spikefest in Dillingham

Oct 22, 2019
Kevin Tennyson

The 2019 Spikefest took place in Dillingham over the weekend. It was the last home game for the Wolverines.

Isabelle Ross/KDLG

Dillon Chaney and Kendra Kapotak signed on to compete in college athletic programs this month. Theirs were the first signing ceremonies held in Dillingham High School in seven years. 

Isabelle Ross/KDLG

Dillingham had a strong showing at Saturday's regionals; the team will be sending 12 boys and three girls to the Wrestling State Championships. New Stuyahok and King Cove each qualified four athletes for state; Bristol Bay Borough qualified two; Manokotak, Newhalen and Sand Point are each sending one athlete. 

    

Dillingham tops Wrist Carry at NYO

Apr 22, 2016
Dillingham Student Broadcasters

Dillingham's Sadie Tuckwood and Justin Dye won the wrist carry on the first day of the statewide Native  Youth Olympics competition.

Former Lady Wolverine plays in national championship

Mar 16, 2016

For one Dillingham grad, a decade of basketball ended in a national championship game in Iowa this week.

Hannah Colton/KDLG

Update: Dillingham beat Tok and Bristol Bay bested Hooper Bay Thursday, advancing both teams to the semi-finals Friday. 

Jason Sear

The Dillingham boys and girls high school basketball teams have each started their seasons.