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Alumni Run Results
Boys Alumni 22, Kodiak 39 1. Michael Parnell, Alum, 16 57 seconds; 2. Levi Fried, Alum, 17:03; 3. Jack Hannah, Kod, 17:52; 4. Micah Burnett, Alum, 18:16; 5. Chad Pysher, Alum, 19:02; 6. Julian McCarthy, Alum, 19:15; 7. Gabe Nummer, Kod, 19:25; 8. Brenden Thompson, Kod, 19:33; 9. Hayden Foster, Alum, 19:41; 10. Anthony Maghupoy, Kod, 19:58; 11. Seth Burnett, Kod, 20:10; 12. Richie McKinney, 20:32; 13. Camrin Yturbe...
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Preserving History: KHS state champs honored on signs
On Saturday afternoon at Joe Floyd Track and Field, Marcus Dunbar stood at a sign honoring a group of Kodiak High School cross country ladies that won three state titles in the 1970s. “A lot of people don’t even know that this ever happened,” Kodiak’s longtime track and cross country coach said. “It is history that was somewhat lost and we are bringing back.” Dunbar is heading the project that honors all 19 Kodiak...
Aug 08, 2016 | 0 0 comments | 47 47 recommendations | email to a friend
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KHS dance team qualifies for nationals
Five members of the Kodiak High School dance team spent an eventful two weeks in Washington state attending summer camp. And they returned to the island with a ticket to Nationals in February in Orlando, Florida. The group qualified for the big dance by earning a first-place finish for their home routine performed at the Universal Dance Association Dance Camp in Centralia, Washington. Sarah Quiliza, Troy Valdez an...
Aug 03, 2016 | 0 0 comments | 35 35 recommendations | email to a friend
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Ostrander misses qualifying for Rio
Allie Ostrander, a former Kenai High School running superstar, fell short of qualifying for the 2016 Summer Olympics Sunday. The Boise State University freshman placed eighth in the 5,000-meter run final at the U.S. Olympic Trials at Hayward Field in Eugene, Oregon. Ostrander stuck with the lead pack for the majority of the race before finishing in 15 minutes, 24.77 seconds — 19 ticks back of winner Molly Huddle, ...
Jul 11, 2016 | 0 0 comments | 55 55 recommendations | email to a friend
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Racking up the medals
Two world gold medalists battled in the 2016 Special Olympics Alaska Summer Games, and it was Kodiak’s Christopher Kavanaugh that powered his way to the top. Kavanaugh, 25, outlifted Anchorage icon Bobby Hill, 37, in two of the three powerlifting events to grab the overall title in their weight class Saturday in Anchorage. This was the first time the veteran powerlifters faced off in competition. Organizer Lindsay...
Jun 15, 2016 | 0 0 comments | 57 57 recommendations | email to a friend
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Counting down top prep stories of season
Whew. I finally found time to clean my desk. Another high school sports season closed last week, marking an end to 10 months of notes, food wrappers and dog hair — thanks Gizmo and Pepper Jack — on the Daily Mirror sports desk. It’s the annual end-of-the-season-toss-everything-in-the-trash ritual. Rinse and repeat every June. The clean desk shocked coworkers and rumors swirled that I was leaving. Sorry. You get me...
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Tahna Lindquist misses cut time
Former Kodiak High School swimming standout Tahna Lindquist fell short of netting a US Olympic Trial qualifying time at the Speedo Grand Challenge at the end of May in California. Lindquist, who recently finished her freshman year at the University of Hawaii, won the 200-meter backstroke C final with a time of 2 minutes, 19.21 seconds — 3.38 seconds shy of the US Olympic Trials qualifying time. Lindquist, 19, adva...
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Barcelon joins North Central University
Before Raen Barcelon got serious about track, she was heavy into another hobby — knitting. The scarfs she knit will now be put to good use as she signed a National Letter of Intent to run track and cross country at North Central University in Minneapolis, Minnesota, a town with an average temperature of 23 degrees during the winter months. “It will be just like here,” said Barcelon, who graduated from Kodiak High ...
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Pillans streaks to the finish line
Kodiak’s Kordell Pillans concluded his banner high school track career on a winning streak for the ages. The 6-foot-5, 315-pound senior thrower upped his winning streaks to 22 in the shot put and 19 in the discus after muscling his way to a pair of victories at the fourth Brian Young Invitational over the weekend at Joe Floyd Track and Field. The streaks, which started in Pillans’ junior season, will stand there a...
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Brian Young Invite winners
Girls 1. Southcentral, 132; 2. North/Southeast, 119; 3. Cook Inlet Conference, 117. 100-meter run — Katherine Hines, Cook Inlet Conference, 12.44 seconds. 200 — Katherine Hines, CIC, 26.31. 400 — Daisy Nelson, Southcentral Conference, 1:00.32. 800 — Ruby Lindquist, SC, 2:20.51. 1,600 — Briahna Gerlach, SC, 5:03.15. 3,200 — Morgan Lash, CIC, 10:56.64. 100 hurdles — Jordyn Bruce, CIC, 14.85*. 300 hurdles — Naomi Wel...
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