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KHS cross country practice begins
“If you are hurting on the first day of practice, don’t fear.” And with those words of wisdom from Marcus Dunbar, the 2013 Kodiak High School cross country season started early Monday morning. A group of 26 eager runners gathered in the KHS auditorium for the first official high school sports practice of the school year. School doesn’t begin until Aug. 22, but in Alaska, sports teams need a jump on the season befo...
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KHS practices begin Monday
A pair of Kodiak High School 2013 fall sports begin Monday. Cross country gets under way at 9 a.m. in the KHS foyer, while the football team begins a tripleheader of practice at 10 a.m. at Joe Floyd Track and Field. The team is also practicing from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. and from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. The KHS volleyball team begins practice at 5:30 p.m. Aug. 12 at the Kodiak Middle School gym. Athletes need to have a physica...
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KHS hoops wins summer tournament in Wash.
Kodiak High School’s boys basketball team ended its two-week run through Washington with a tournament title. The boys in blue captured the 13th annual Camp Classic Basketball Tournament in Liberty Lake, Wash., on Saturday. The team went 6-1 in the tournament that featured 26 elite teams from across the Northwest. “I was very, very happy with that,” Kodiak coach David Anderson said. The title made the plane rides b...
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Smiley steps down as KHS girls basketball coach
In a surprise move, Stephanie Smiley is stepping down as head coach of Kodiak High School’s girls basketball team. She submitted her letter of resignation to the school July 1 and told the team a day later. Smiley is also leaving her position as a KHS guidance counselor to pursue collegiate coaching opportunities in the Lower 48. She did not disclose details. “This was one of the hardest decisions I have ever made...
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Kodiak graduate to enter Naval Academy
Michael Barnett was the first to know that his daughter McKenzie had been accepted into the United States Naval Academy. The hard part was keeping it a secret after finding out the news from Alaska senator Lisa Murkowski, who wanted to be the person to tell McKenzie. “I had to not let them know,” Michael said. “They came home and I knew and they didn’t know.” Moments after arriving home from track and field practi...
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Sophomore class puts mark on high school sports season
When the final out was made Saturday at the state baseball championships, it not only crowned South Anchorage, it also ended the high school sports season. And what a long season it was — it starts the first week of August and ends the first week of June. After 10 months, I can finally take a breather. This school year provided a ton of excitement, from individual champions to team titles. Kodiak won a total of 15...
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Kodiak softball lands four on all-conference team
Kodiak’s softball team placed four players on the Northern Lights Conference all-conference teams. Junior Kaia Yatsik and sophomore Dannika Catt earned first-team honors, while junior Megan Pyles and sophomore Kaitlyn Clark both made it on the second team. Catt, appearing on the first team for the second straight season, led Kodiak with a .621 batting average (36 for 58), 20 runs batted in and 34 runs scored. “Las...
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Rockslide briefly closes Rezanof Drive at “The Dip”
“They’re really moving when they come down.” On Monday afternoon, Kodiak police chief T.C. Kamai peered through a pair of binoculars from his patrol car at the southwest face of Pillar Mountain. For about two hours, traffic stopped between City Pier 2 and City Pier 3 as rocks tumbled down the mountain in pouring rain, littering Rezanof Drive with pebbles and the occasional boulder. Kamai, Kodiak Fire Chief Rome Ka...
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Kodiak baseball finishes fifth at state
After getting clutch at-bats in Thursday’s state opener, Kodiak’s offense couldn’t deliver the school’s first baseball crown since 2004. The Bears finished fifth in the state after dropping their final two games at the state championships at Mulcahy Stadium in Anchorage. It’s the program’s best finish since taking fourth in 2007. Kodiak scored a 7-1 opening-round win over Ketchikan but couldn’t keep the momentum g...
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Bears softball drops two in return to state
Kodiak’s return to the small-school state softball championships didn’t last long. The Bears’ offense fell short in a 13-5 opening-round loss to Sitka and a 3-2 defeat to Homer that ended Kodiak’s season Friday evening at Cartee Fields in Anchorage. Kodiak, playing at state for the first time since 2009, finish tied for fifth with Hutchison at 14-11. “We got the girls together and told them how important it was to...
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