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Todd beats Fried, Thomet in fast 800
Anchorage Christian School’s Michael Todd knocked of a pair of Kodiak Levis in one of the fastest 800-meter runs in state history, Thursday in Anchorage. Todd won the featured race of the mini meet at Bartlett High School in 1 minute, 54.64 second...
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Kodiak tops Palmer, 2-1
Josiah Chya pumped his right arm through the air. Palmer’s Sam Grogan squeezed his batting helmet in disbelief. Mere seconds before that scene, Palmer’s Ryan Kavalok was gunned out at home on Grogan’s single to center that ended a brisk 2-1 Kodiak...
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Catt enters final softball season
When Sam Catt took over Kodiak High School’s softball program in 2011 he didn’t know what he was getting into. After all, he was a baseball guy. He has since transformed into a softball guy, and is now entering his fifth and final season as Kodiak...
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Northern Lights Conference shrinks to four teams
Every softball game in the Northern Lights Conference this season will be magnified with the departure of Skyview and Houston. Skyview is no longer a school, while Houston is not fielding a varsity team this season. That leaves the conference with...
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Walker snags shot put school record
Richelle Walker woke up Saturday morning not knowing what she had accomplished the day before. All the Kodiak junior did was break a 26-year-old shot put school record. She eventually found out when she arrived at Joe Floyd Track and Field for ano...
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High School Sports Poll

What fall high school sport do you follow the most?

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NLC football standings
NLC
Overall
Kenai
4-0
6-0
Soldotna
3-0
6-0
Kodiak
1-2
3-2
Houston
1-2
1-4
Homer
1-3
1-4
Skyview
0-3
1-4
Clarkston's Corner
Kodiak softball stays alive at state by Hawks97
Jun 06, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 276 276 recommendations | email to a friend
Kodiak High School's softball team went 1-1 on the first day of the small-school state championships Friday at Cartee Fields in Anchorage. Kodiak lost its first game to Ketchikan, 9-1, then stayed alive with a 10-0 win over Hutchison. The Bears play Northern Lights Conference rival Homer in a los...
Sports Photo of the Day
Jordan Foster of Big Ballin’ goes up to block a kill attempt by Derrick Magnuson of Scrappy in the A Division championship game of the City League Volleyball Christmas Tournament Monday at Kodiak High School. Big Ballin won 20-25, 25-17, 25-19, 25-13. (Derek Clarkston photo)
Jordan Foster of Big Ballin’ goes up to block a kill attempt by Derrick Magnuson of Scrappy in the A Division championship game of the City League Volleyball Christmas Tournament Monday at Kodiak High School. Big Ballin won 20-25, 25-17, 25-19, 25-13. (Derek Clarkston photo)
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Cole Kramer, left, and Ryan Castle, guides with Kodiak Outdoor Adventures, pose with the 27.25-inch skull of a Kodiak brown bear bagged by their client on April 22. The bear’s skin is shown after being treated with salt. The bear measured 10 feet, 8 inches. Kodiak Outdoor Adventures is owned by master guide outfitter Paul Chervenak, a longtime Kodiak resident. (Roni Toldanes/Kodiak Daily Mirror)
Cole Kramer, left, and Ryan Castle, guides with Kodiak Outdoor Adventures, pose with the 27.25-inch skull of a Kodiak brown bear bagged by their client on April 22. The bear’s skin is shown after being treated with salt. The bear measured 10 feet, 8 inches. Kodiak Outdoor Adventures is owned by master guide outfitter Paul Chervenak, a longtime Kodiak resident. (Roni Toldanes/Kodiak Daily Mirror)
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