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Kodiak FB remains unranked
Beating Kenai on the final play of the game wasn’t enough to move Kodiak back into the Alaska Sports Broadcasting Network football poll. For the second consecutive week, the Bears remain out of the poll, released Monday. This time, however, Kodiak is coming off a dramatic 20-19 victory at Kenai instead of a one-point loss at Thunder Mountain. Kodiak was down 19-7 entering the fourth quarter, but rallied for a pair...
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KHS swimmers score big at Homer Invitational
Kodiak’s swim team proved in its first invite of the season it is the team to beat again in Region III. Facing nothing but Region III foes, Kodiak dominated the Homer Invitational on Friday and Saturday at Homer High School. The girls won 10 of 12 events to tally 135 points, 65 points ahead of runner-up Kenai. The boys also won 10 events to finish first with 150 points, 81 points ahead of runner-up Colony. Jori Li...
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KHS alumni update: Anthony, Bethea shine in Hawaii
Cross country runners Dylan Anthony and Jamyi Bethea ended their weeklong stay in Hawaii with a pair of solid performances at the Big Wave Invitational on Saturday. Anthony, a sophomore at the University of Alaska Anchorage, placed second in the 5-kilometer race at Kaneohe, Oahu with a time of 15 minutes, 47 seconds — four seconds behind teammate Micah Chelimo. UAA swept the first five spots to win the team title ...
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Kodiak snaps skid on final play
Fredy Sorto is becoming a big-play receiver.  The senior wide receiver hauled in a 21-yard touchdown reception with no time left on the clock, ending Kodiak’s two-game losing skid with a stunning 20-19 come-from-behind Northern Lights Conference football victory at Kenai. It was Sorto’s fourth touchdown catch of the season, and it pushed Kodiak to 2-0 in the NLC, 3-2 overall.   “We just believed, at least I believ...
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Sweeping aside the Kards
Hannah Wandersee is known for her play at the net, but on Friday she left the court smiling over a different part of her game.  Kodiak’s middle hitter dished out a career-high three assists in a 25-13, 25-19, 25-12 Northern Lights Conference volleyball sweep of visiting Kenai in the Kodiak High School gym.  After each assist, the junior couldn’t help but flash a smile in the direction of Kodiak coach Amy Willis.  ...
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KHS swimmers dominate at Homer Invite
Kodiak swimming and diving captured both the boys and girls team titles at the Homer Invitaitonal on Saturday. The girls won 135 points, 65 points ahead of runner-up Kenai. The boys won with 150 points, 81 points ahead of runner-up Colony. Complete results will appear in Tuesday’s KDM.
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Week 5 high school football scores
Friday Dimond 13, Bartlett 12 West Anchorage 35, East Anchorage 0 Vista Murrieta (Calif.) 49, South Anchorage 8 North Pole 46, Wasilla 27 Skyview 27, Thunder Mountain 20, 2 OT Palmer 41, Colony 14 Soldotna 60, Houston 0 Saturday Eagle River 26, West Valley 17 Service 43, Chugiak 12 Barrow 63, Seward 0 Eielson 57, Nikiski 48 Homer 38, Sitka 0 Juneau 24, Lathrop 6 Valdez 30, Ketchikan 24
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Kodiak boys cross country second at Palmer
Kodiak’s Levi Thomet and Cole Christiansen continued their season on top Saturday at the Palmer Invitational.  The Bears’ dominant duo produced a top two finish in the boys 4A cross country race, but it wasn’t enough for Kodiak to claim the team title.  For the third time this season, Kodiak fell to West Valley, as the Wolfpack had five runners in the top 10, enough to easily win the team title with 29 points. Kod...
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Kodiak returns to NLC play
Kodiak’s game against Kenai Saturday will go a long way in deciding the Bears’ playoff fate. Kodiak enters the 3 p.m. Northern Lights Conference tilt at Kenai with a 1-0 conference record, while the Kardinals are 0-1. The top three NLC teams qualify for the medium-school playoffs, and in most seasons three wins gets a team in. “This could be huge. We have a chance to define our own path and choose our own destiny....
Sep 07, 2012 | 0 0 comments | 1 1 recommendations | email to a friend
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KHS girls cross country in hunt for Palmer title
With two of the top girls cross country teams in the state absent from Saturday’s Palmer Invitational, Kodiak has a chance to do something it hasn’t done in quite a while. “If we run well, we have a shot to win this week,” Kodiak coach Marcus Dunbar said. “I don’t think we have won a big invitational like that in a long, long time. It could be a big weekend for us.” Wasilla and Service are running at a different m...
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