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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.

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From Sept. 4, 1992, to July 31, 1995, J.R. Rardon was Kodiak sports. As a sportswriter for the Kodiak Daily Mirror, he shared stories of the island’s athletes while penning a humorous and enlightening column.

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Despite the popular Bear Crawl event — a 1.5-mile obstacle course — taking a virtual approach this year, race organizer Pam Foreman still guarantees racers will get the full experience.  

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The oldest mountain race in North America was canceled Sunday due to the coronavirus pandemic. 

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Without spring sports, the Ellsworth family has gotten creative in finding ways to remain competitive. 

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Golf is returning to The Rock, giving residents a much-needed entertainment option during the coronavirus pandemic.

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 Digging through his storage shed a week ago, John Cannon found a piece of Kodiak High School sports history while sifting through a box — the baton from the school’s record-setting boys’ 1,600 relay team. 

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Gareth Jones vividly remembers the first time he stepped into the batter’s box. He wasn’t a 5-year-old gearing up to take a whack at a stationary ball on top of a tee, but a freshman in high school with a pitcher — standing 60 feet, 6 inches away on a 10-inch mound in the middle of the diamo…

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One of the top boys basketball programs in the Northern Lights Conference over the last decade will be led by a new coach next season. 

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A few weeks ago, on one of my walks home from work, I checked in with Grandma C. 

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Standing near mid-court, Sam Galindo, while effortlessly dribbling a basketball with his left hand, fixed his eyes on the defender, hovering feet in front of him. 

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A pair of Kodiak club basketball teams competed at the March Mania Tournament over the weekend at the Grizzly Fitness Center in Wasilla.