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All three of Kodiak High School’s doubles teams won a match at the ASAA/First National Bank Alaska Tennis State Championships over the weekend in Anchorage. 

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After being shut out in the first four games and starting the season 0-6, it would have been easy for players on the Kodiak High School football team to mail in the final two games. 

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The chase for a prep football state title begins this weekend, with 16 teams competing for hardware in Alaska’s three classifications.

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The Kodiak High School swimming and diving team celebrated three seniors during their final meet of the season over the weekend at the Kodiak Community Swimming Pool.

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Let me squash the rumors right now. I am not going anywhere. You, the readers, are stuck with me rather you like it or not. 

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According to the National Hole-In-One Registry, the odds for an amateur golfer sinking an ace are 12,000 to 1. 

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Kodiak coach Maggie Rocheleau was hoping the 400-yard freestyle — the final event of Saturday’s swimming and diving meet against Chugiak at the Kodiak Community Swimming Pool — would be decided by her two anchor swimmers. 

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Following a Juho Shin interception, Kodiak’s offense did something it had not done all season — line up in victory formation.

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Kodiak’s Ian Rocheleau and Leslie Spear displayed their versatility in the pool at the Soldotna Pentathlon Friday. 

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Kodiak’s one-two punch of Connor Marbrey and Braxton Gruner shined at the Kodiak Tri-Meet Friday at Fort Abercrombie State Historical Park. 

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Playing in a tournament for the first time this season, Kodiak’s volleyball team tied for 13th at the West Spiketacular over the weekend in Anchorage. 

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The normally efficient and unstoppable Soldotna football machine rose to new levels Saturday in a 63-7 win over Kodiak in Northern Lights Conference play. 

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For the first time this school year, four Kodiak High School sports teams will be in action — but only one will be on The Rock. 

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It might be shocking news to some, but I do not control the television remote at the Clarkston Zoo — that honor goes to the lady human of the house.

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Kodiak’s Joyce Gregory and Cherelle Barber mounted an incredible rally to capture gold in bocce at the 2019 Special Olympics Alaska Fall Tournament over the weekend in Anchorage. 

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Keith Osowski started his redshirt sophomore cross country season at Black Hills State University with a top 5 finish at the Frontier Preview Meet Friday in South Dakota. 

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Braxton Gruner placed 12th to lead the Kodiak boys to a sixth-place finish at the New Balance XC Classic Saturday in Anchorage. 

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After being held scoreless through the first four games of the high school football season, it was only fitting that Kodiak’s first touchdown — a 36-yard Vince Mangrobang run — was negated because of a holding penalty.

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While her peers were enjoying summer vacation, Kodiak’s Carly Glover was playing hockey with the best in the nation. 

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Last week in this space, I wrote about Pepper Jack’s early-morning walks. This week, let’s talk about his late-night outings. 

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Because of a change in the Alaska Marine Highway schedule, Kodiak cross country will not be hosting Grace Christian Friday at Fort Abercrombie State Historical Park. 

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Senior Bella Goble was a double-winner for Kodiak tennis in a meet against Wasilla over the weekend in Anchorage. 

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Braxton Gruner and Connor Marbrey led the Kodiak boys cross country team to a ninth-place finish at the Palmer Invitational Saturday at Palmer High School.