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Arnold pitches two perfect innings
Kodiak High School rising junior Jakob Arnold continued to shine on the mound for Kenai’s American Legion AA team Wednesday night. Arnold pitched two perfect innings of relief in Post 20’s 12-2 five-inning nonleague victory over Dimond. The Twins won the league game 13-3 to move to fourth in the standings with a 5-4 record, 7-8 overall. Chugiak, South and Dimond are in front of Kenai. Kenai plays Eagle River on Sa...
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KIVBC finishes 1-1 in Phoenix
A day after getting bounced out of the 17 and under Volleyball Festival championship bracket, the Kodiak Island Volleyball Club went 1-1 on Thursday in Phoenix. Playing in the contenders division, Kodiak lost its opening game to 25-21, 25-16 to a California team then rebounded to finish the weeklong tournament with a 25-20, 25-12 win over a California-based team. On Wednesday, Kodiak went 1-2 in the 16-team champi...
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Horn nominated for NCAA award
Despite graduating from University of Alaska Anchorage earlier this summer, the accolades keep coming for Alysa Horn. The Kodiak High School graduate was selected as a Great Northwest Athletic Conference candidate for the 23rd annual NCAA Woman of the Year award. She is the 13th Seawolf to be nominated for the award. She was selected along with Simon Fraser track and field athlete Helen Crofts to represent the GNA...
Jun 27, 2013 | 0 0 comments | 36 36 recommendations | email to a friend
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KIVBC advances to top bracket
DAILY MIRROR STAFF Months of preparation paid off for the Kodiak Island Volleyball Club. The club’s 17 and under squad was one of 16 teams to advance to the 17-and-under championship bracket at the national Volleyball Festival in Phoenix, Ariz. Kodiak went 1-2 in the championship bracket on Wednesday, ending its run in the double-elimination tournament. Kodiak lost to a California-based team in the first round, 25...
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Post 17 thumps Bartlett, finishes trip 5-1
Kodiak Post 17 ended its five-day road trip with a convincing 16-6 thumping of Bartlett in six innings Monday night in an American Legion A baseball game at Kosinski Fields in Anchorage. By going 5-1 on the swing through Anchorage, the Bears have catapulted to sole possession of third in the 10-team league with 23 points. Kodiak trails Wasilla, a team that swept Kodiak in four games, by only a point. South Anchora...
Jun 26, 2013 | 0 0 comments | 27 27 recommendations | email to a friend
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Mahle takes loss in solid performance
DAILY MIRROR STAFF Kodiak’s Brandon Mahle had an outstanding pitching performance against the Alaska Road Warriors on Sunday. Unfortunately for the Kenai Post 20 Twins hurlers, Jacob Butcher had an even better outing from the mound. Butcher, a recent Colony High School graduate, tossed a no-hitter in the Road Warriors’ 2-0 American Legion AA victory over Kenai. “He was going against a talented pitcher in (Brandon)...
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Split leaves Post 17 tied for third
Two outs from moving into second place in the American Legion A division, Kodiak Post 17 coughed up three runs to hand Chugiak a 5-4 victory Sunday in Chugiak. Kodiak overcame a pair of deficits in the opener of the doubleheader to win 11-10. The split leaves Kodiak and Chugiak tied for third in the 10-team league with 19 points. The Bears, after beginning 0-4, are 4-3 in league play, 4-5 overall. Sam Bennett twir...
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Kodiak Post 17 sweeps doubleheader
Kodiak Post 17 exploded on Saturday to sweep aside Service in an American Legion A division baseball doubleheader at Kosinski Fields in Anchorage. The Bears won 18-5 in the opener and 15-5 in the nightcap. Both league games went six innings. On Friday, Post 17 broke a four-game losing skid with a forfeit victory over Bartlett, who only showed up with seven players. Kodiak’s three- game winning streak puts them at ...
Jun 24, 2013 | 0 0 comments | 142 142 recommendations | email to a friend
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Post 17 looks to rebound in Anchorage
Statistics don’t lie. It was a rough opening weekend for Kodiak Post 17. Kodiak’s American Legion A team was outscored 49-15 in a four-game sweep by Wasilla at Baranof Field. The score isn’t the worst statistic. Kodiak made a mind-boggling 31 errors to Wasilla’s three. Look harder and it gets worse. Kodiak’s 13 pitchers combined to walk or hit 50 batters, while Wasilla’s seven hurlers issued only 19 free passes. “...
Jun 20, 2013 | 0 0 comments | 85 85 recommendations | email to a friend
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KIVBC to compete at national tournament
It hasn’t been hard for Merissa Koller Williams to keep a group of teenage girls interested in volleyball for the past three months. They’re looking forward to a trip to Phoenix, Ariz. “The fact that they get to get off the island and in the sun for awhile has been big,” Koller Williams said. That might sound strange considering Kodiak’s unusually warm June. The girls won’t be outside much. Instead, they will be i...
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