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Dunbar races to All-American status
By DEREK CLARKSTON Mirror Writer Trevor Dunbar’s indoor track and field season ended in disappointment when he failed to become an All-American, finishing 10th in the 3,000-meter run. The University of Oregon sophomore made up for it during the outdoor season. On Friday, in Des Moines, Iowa, Dunbar raced to All-American status in the 5,000 meters at the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships at Drake Stadium. ...
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Kodiak Island Raceway results (video)
Taylor Evans, Kavik Dehart, Joshiah Juhlin, Troy Meline and Stevan Pillans all won main event races at the Kodiak Island Raceway Friday evening. Evans (ATV), DeHart (50cc), Juhlin (85-90cc), Meline (250cc) and Pillans (450cc) were all victories in their classes. This was the second race of the season. The next race is June 22. Kodiak Island Raceway June 8 ATV Heat 1 — 1. Taylor Evans; 2. Kavik DeHart; 3. Melany Ro...
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Mahle shines in Legion debut
Kodiak’s Brandon Mahle made a good impression with his new ball club in the hurler’s American Legion baseball debut. The rising KHS senior started for the American Legion Post 20 Twins Saturday against Post 28 Service in Kenai, allowing only one hit and striking out two in a 7-0 victory. Mahle went 4 1/3 innings, but did not earn the victory as he was relieved in a scoreless game. The Twins, a Kenai-based team, ar...
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Alice Coen has been a Special Olympics coach for more than a decade
Alice Coen is doing something her late mother never got a chance to do. Coen is a Kodiak Special Olympics volunteer. Living in Massachusetts, birthplace of Special Olympics founder Eunice Kennedy Shriver, Coen remembered her mother always wanted to get involved in Special Olympics, but never did. “She just thought it was a really great thing and she kept saying, ‘I wish I could do something like that,’” said Coen ...
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Crab Festival chess champs
Reymark Galleto, center, won the high/middle school division of the Crab Festival chess tournament. Iso Fangonilo, right, and TJ Hailey, left, finished second and third. (Photo courtesy of Kodiak Parks and Recreation)
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Learning hoops
Zhanelle Tuquib, left, and Honey Rose Macatuno practice a shooting drill during Tuesday’s Kodiak Girls Basketball 2012 Summer Skills Sessions at the Kodiak Middle School gym. The camp, run by Kathryn Symmes, goes until June 21 and begins at 3:30 p.m. every weekday but Friday. (Derek Clarkston photos)
Jun 07, 2012 | 0 0 comments | 4 4 recommendations | email to a friend
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Alumni update: Dunbar competes at Nationals on Friday
On Friday, Kodiak’s Trevor Dunbar makes his NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships debut. The University of Oregon sophomore is competing in the men’s 5,000-meter run that begins at 4:10 p.m. ADT in Des Moines, Iowa. Dunbar, a 2009 Kodiak High School graduate, is seeded 21st in the 24-person field. He qualified for his first outdoor track and field championships with a time of 14 minutes, 17.81 seconds in late...
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Future Bears
A pair of campers puts volleyballs away during the Kodiak Middle School volleyball camp Saturday at the Kodiak High School gym. A total of 25 ladies participated in the three-day camp put on by high school coach Amy Willis.Derek Clarkston photo)
Jun 05, 2012 | 0 0 comments | 2 2 recommendations | email to a friend
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Ping pong champions
The middle school placers of the Crab Festival ping pong tournament champions, Jonathan Schatz (third), Nathan Schatz (first) and Flora Galleto (second). (Photo courtesy of Kodiak Parks and Rec)
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Middle school girls hoop camp debuts Monday
Kathryn Symmes is giving Kodiak girls a chance to get time on the hardwood this summer. Symmes, coach of the Kodiak Middle School girls basketball team, is putting on a three-week summer skills session beginning Monday at the KMS gym. “We are just going to be working on basic skills,” Symmes said. “Hopefully, it will improve their skills. They should have more fun playing and like the game more.” This is the first...
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