Blustery conditions on Sunday at Salonie Creek Rifle Range tested shooters in a benchrest centerfire match.
Franke Brown and Gerald LaFollette — both members of the Kodiak Island Golf Association — competed in the Alaska State Amateur championships over the weekend at Moose Run Creek Course in Anchorage.
As a track and field coach, Ashley Mortenson felt the sadness of the prep sports spring season shutting down in March. As a cross country coach, she is feeling the excitement of prep sports — in some capacity — returning after months of being on hiatus because of COVID-19.
Debbie Rohrer, the activities director for the Kodiak Island Borough School District, is going to bat for her student-athletes during a time when they need it the most.
The foursome of Franke Brown, Susan Schmeisser, Sammy Manivong and Donnie Parker rolled to victory in the Payday Scramble on Friday at the Bear Valley Golf Course.
Before becoming a professional runner, before an All-American career at the University of Oregon and before rewriting the Alaska prep history books, Trevor Dunbar’s first taste of national competition was as a rising eighth-grader at Kodiak Middle School.
With the high school fall sports season starting at the end of the month, the Alaska School Activities Association has released recommended COVID-19 return-to-play protocols.
When reaching a summit, Todd Murdoch doesn’t bask in the achievement but instead limits himself to 3 minutes at the peak before descending back down the mountain. Just enough time to take in the breathtaking scenery, pose for a selfie and call his wife — if there is reception.
This past week, Sarah Nugent remained in the confines of her kitchen — a place she knows well and won’t get lost walking from the refrigerator to the oven — baking banana bread and scones.
Matt Lorch sat at the Salonie Creek Rifle Range, left elbow resting on a round table, looking through binoculars at a paper target 50-yards away that his 15-year-old son Branden was aiming at.
In December, long before COVID-19 interrupted the sporting world, Kodiak football coach Bryan Ellsworth invited two state championship coaches from Arkansas to The Rock to put on a camp.
It would have made for a heck of a story — Matthew Chavarria finds passion for dentistry after getting drilled in the face with a baseball his junior year of high school.
The sweet sound of ball smacking leather could be heard at East Addition Park Monday evening as 25 young ladies loosened their throwing arms for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic wiped out spring sports.
The Alaska School Activities Association lifted its restrictions on out-of-season coach and player interactions on June 1. However, the Kodiak school district is taking a slower approach to reopening athletics.