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48th Joe Floyd begins today
Be careful what you wish for. Kodiak coach David Anderson took some heat for a weak boys field in last year’s Joe Floyd/Ravn Alaska Winter Basketball Classic. Bristol Bay and Unakleet — a pair of 2A schools — and Northern Lights Conference rival Soldotna made up last year’s boys field. “I heard a lot of people last year ask why we didn’t bring in stronger teams,” the veteran bench caller said. “Well, we got the st...
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Thunder Mt. girls No. 1
The 4A girls basketball classification has a new team on top of the rankings. Sitting at 6-1, Thunder Mountain replaced West Valley in this week’s Alaska Association of Basketball Coaches poll, released Wednesday. The Falcons, a Southeast Conference team, soared to the top with their second-place finish in the Doc Larson Roundball Classic. Thunder Mt. beat Barrow and Wasilla and lost to Lake Stevens, Washington, i...
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The Floyd field
BOYS East Anchorage The Thunderbirds out of the Cook Inlet Conference come to Kodiak with a 2-2 record. East owns victories over Juneau-Douglas (76-61) and Kodiak (75-43) and has lost to Barrow (83-64) and Service (54-48). East finished fifth at last year’s state tournament and now features former Kodiak guard Alec Canete-Hall. Mt. Edgecumbe Mt. Edgecumbe is a 3A boarding school based in Sitka. The Braves, from th...
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NLC RANKINGS: 3A tops the state
The 3A boys basketball classification reigned supreme last season, and it appears that will be the cream of the crop this season. All the 3A hype is centered on Barrow — the early-season media darlings. The Whalers, with all-world freshman Kamaka Hepa, is 4-1 against 4A schools. The only loss was against Service (60-55) in the championship game of the Doc Larson Roundball Classic. However, Barrow is probably not t...
Jan 07, 2015 | 0 0 comments | 5 5 recommendations | email to a friend
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NEW DIGS: Kodiak wrestling moves back into the high school
After spending a season and a half practicing at an elementary school, Kodiak High School’s wrestling team is finally back at home. It was worth the wait. The Bears stepped into their new mat room at the high school over Christmas break, and on Monday the wrestlers were enjoying their new digs as music played in the background from the crystal-clear sound system. “I think it is really nice,” said senior Nolan Wand...
Jan 06, 2015 | 0 0 comments | 3 3 recommendations | email to a friend
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Megan Pyles impressing at Clark College
Megan Pyles continued tearing up the Northwest Athletic Conference over the weekend. The Clark College freshman picked up her second double-double of the season, exploding for 17 points and 12 rebounds in an 83-46 women’s basketball victory over Green River Saturday in Washington state. The 2014 Kodiak High School graduate drilled seven of her 12 field goals, which included a pair of 3-pointers during her team-hig...
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Kodiak girls sweep Kenai
It didn’t come easy, but in the end, Kodiak’s girls emerged from their weekend set with Kenai with the early lead in the Northern Lights Conference. The Bears topped the Kardinals in a pair of rugged basketball games, winning 28-22 on Friday and 33-28 on Saturday at Kodiak High School. With the wins, Kodiak stands at 2-0 in the NLC, 4-1 overall, and has been on the winning side in 33 of its last 34 games. The two ...
Jan 05, 2015 | 0 0 comments | 8 8 recommendations | email to a friend
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Kodiak boys sixth at Pepsi
Kodiak’s boys basketball team placed sixth at the Lime Solar/Pepsi Invitational Saturday at Anchorage Christian High School. The Bears fell to 3A Kotzebue, 53-39, in the fourth-place game. Kodiak motored into the fourth-place game by picking up its first win of the season, a 69-41 decision over 2A Point Hope on Friday. The Bears stand at 1-5 heading into their own tournament — the Joe Floyd/Ravn Alaska Winter Bask...
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Fangonilo is no joke on the court
If Kristhel Fangonilo made a New Year’s resolution, it would have probably been to pull more pranks on her teammates and coaches. Fangonilo certainly piled up the jokes in 2014, enough to have every member on the Kodiak girls’ basketball team on guard when she is around. “She is a little prankster,” Kodiak assistant coach Sandra Gregory said. “She likes to think that she is really good at it. I think she is still ...
Jan 02, 2015 | 0 0 comments | 16 16 recommendations | email to a friend
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Kodiak downed by Bethel
A new year didn’t bring in different results for the Kodiak boys basketball team. The Bears’ losing skid hit four games with a 53-33 loss to Bethel in the first round of the Lime Solar/Pepsi Invitational Thursday at Anchorage Christian High School. Kodiak stands at 0-4 and will look to get its first win of the season at 1:30 p.m. today against Point Hope. The Harpooners fell to tournament host Anchorage Christian....
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