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ASAA’s New Play for Keeps/Win for Life Spot

ASAA’s new Play for Keeps/Win for Life spot is playing on GCI and KTVA. Catch a glimpse of two outstanding students, Aubrey Lucas and Paul Tandy, who have been an inspiration to achieve excellence. Thanks to our sponsors who have invested into the lives of these students and the 30,000 high school students who participate in sports and activities. View the Video ».

New ASAA Official State Championship Photographer – Fitzgerald Photography

Fitzgerald Photography is ASAA’s new Official State Championship Photographer for the 2014-15 season. ASAA is excited of this partnership with Scott and Alicia Minor of Fitzgerald Photography. Scott and Alicia used to be ASAA’s official photographers many years ago.

Fitzgerald Photography will be at various state championship events throughout this year taking a variety of different photos for ASAA. If you would like to hire Fitzgerald Photography to follow your team(s) or athlete please contact them at their website Fitzgerald Photography or 907-726-1562.

ASAA Headlines Released

ASAA Headlines is an important newsletter produced by ASAA to inform athletic directors, principals, and coaches about information and decisions which effect their jobs. ASAA Headlines Issue #1 has been emailed out to all school athletic directors, principals, and sport coaches today. It includes a lots of information geared for the start of this coming school year.

If you do not receive ASAA Headlines, please email Isaiah Vreeman (isaiah@asaa.org) in order to get on the distribution list.
2014-15 ASAA Headlines Issue #2 (August 26, 2014)
2014-15 ASAA Headlines Issue #1 (August 5, 2014)
ASAA365 Headlines #1 (August 5, 2014)

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Eielson Offensive Line Helps Griffith Set Alaska Rushing Record

Running back gallops for 516 yards, 8 touchdowns in 52-34 win. By now, everybody in Alaska knows about Eielson running back Anthony Griffith’s historic 516-yard, 8-touchdown effort in last week’s 52-34 win over Nikiski. But most people don’t know the young men on the offensive line that paved the way for Griffin to rewrite the state record book. Read More on ASAA 365 »