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Kodiak’s Talon Lindquist takes out 22-year-old school record
One school record has eluded John Lindquist during his 16 years as Kodiak High’s swim coach — the boys’ 100-yard breaststroke. He has had swimmers come close to Ben Millard’s 1994 mark of 59.89 seconds, but none have topped the 22-year-old standard that was set in a preliminary heat at the state championship meet. That was until Friday. In an electrifying atmosphere inside the Kodiak Community Swimming Pool, Talon...
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Kodiak football remains ranked
Despite losing for the first time this season, Kodiak remained in the Alaska Sports Broadcasting Network football poll. The Bears dropped two spots to No. 5 in the medium-small school rankings following their 35-18 loss to Palmer, Friday at Joe Floyd Track and Field. Kodiak stands at 3-1 overall, 0-1 in the Northern Lights Conference as it heads into a Week 5 matchup at No. 4 Kenai. The Kardinals (2-2, 1-0) appear...
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ALUMNI ROUNDUP: Barcelon shines in debut
A slew of former Kodiak High School running stars galloped into the 2016 collegiate cross country season over the weekend. North Central University (Minnesota) freshman Raen Barcelon had an immediate impact with her new school. The 2016 Kodiak High School graduate, led her squad with a 10th-place finish at the Early Bird Invitational, Thursday in St. Bonifacius, Minnesota. Barcelon covered the course in 15 minutes...
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Osowski runner-up at Palmer
After a disappointing day at last week’s Bartlett State Preview meet, Kodiak’s boys cross country team bounced back at the Palmer Invitational. Backed by Keith Osowski’s runner-up finish, the boys placed fourth on Saturday with 146 points. The girls, behind a seventh-place finish from HoneyRose Macatuno, were sixth with 140 points. Osowski cruised around the 5-kilometer course in a personal-best 16 minutes, 5 seco...
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Volleyball swept at Colony
Kodiak dropped a pair of Northern Lights Conference volleyball matches at Colony. The Bears lost 25-7, 25-13, 25-19 on Friday and 25-12, 25-17, 25-22 on Saturday. On Friday, Ryana Recustodio led Kodiak with four kills, while Kyla Nocon had 13 digs. Zennia Chia led Kodiak on Saturday with five kills and four block assists. Kyra Romero had 12 digs, while Kierra Murphy recorded three service aces. Kodiak (0-4 NLC) ho...
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Palmer hands Kodiak first loss of season
Rod Christiansen has coached Palmer’s varsity football team for 26 years. Friday was his first game in Kodiak. The longtime Mat-Su Valley coach made sure the inaugural voyage was special. The Moose used a pair of successful third-quarter onside kicks to hand Kodiak its first loss of the season, 35-18 in a Northern Lights Conference affair at Joe Floyd Track and Field. “I told them that games have been won by this ...
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Defense powers Kodiak to 3-0 start
Ben Watkins knows a thing or two about good defenses. He was on one a decade ago. In 2006, Kodiak pitched five shutouts and allowed only 7.9 points per game. The unit was dominating in racking up a program-best 8-2 record — both losses coming to Soldotna, 14-13 and 29-20 in the small-school state championship game. Now Watkins is in charge of a defense that has Kodiak at 3-0 and ranked third in the medium-small sc...
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Bersin has a day at Bartlett meet
Marcus Dunbar double-checked last week’s Bartlett State Preview Meet results when he saw his boys’ team was listed in 10th place. Who could blame him? It was an unfamiliar place for Kodiak, one of the state’s best cross country programs over the last 14 years. “I’m still kind of scratching my head on what is going on with the boys,” said Dunbar Wednesday afternoon. “I’m hoping it was a one-week kind of fluke deal ...
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Pigskin Picks: Aiming to rebound after Week 3
I must have made the football gods mad. After sporting a sparkling Week 2 record, I came back down to earth with an 8-5 mark in Week 3. Simply unacceptable. Last week’s lackluster performance dropped my overall record to 30-11, for a .731 win percentage. One neat thing did happen last week — Eagle River, a second-year member of the Northern Lights Conference, won its first game in three years. If you remember, I p...
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Swimming hosts SoHi; Vball off to Colony
Kodiak’s volleyball team returns to action today in the Mat-Su Valley. The Bears take on the Colony Knights at 6:30 p.m. and then again at 12:30 p.m. Saturday. Both matches count in the Northern Lights Conference standings. Kodiak is 0-2 in the NLC after dropping a pair of matches to Soldotna two weeks ago. Colony has yet to play a conference game, but is 1-0 after opening with a win against 3A Grace Christian las...
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