Playing in the A portion of the 10U Alaska State Hockey Tournament for the first time, Kodiak nearly ran the table.
If Joe Floyd wasn’t dedicated to creating Kodiak’s sports empire, the Mississippi native could have been a ringer on the World Snoring Circuit — if there were such a thing.
Kodiak’s Talon Lindquist surged from behind to win the 200-yard butterfly at the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Championships last week in Los Angeles, California.
On a day when Kodiak lost a sports icon, the high school’s boys basketball team completed a key Northern Lights Conference sweep of Palmer.
With leading scorer Teanna Amodo sidelined with an injury, Kodiak ESS fell 56-43 to Ninilchik in a Peninsula Conference girls basketball game Thursday at Cook Inlet Academy.
Behind four podium finishes, the Kodiak Middle School boys wrestling team placed seventh out of 17 teams at the Palmer Middle Scool Invite Tournament over the weekend in the Mat-Su Valley.
With how the Northern Lights Conference is shaking out, the Kodiak boys — with only one conference win so far — is still in the running for the No. 2 seed for the regional tournament.
Marina Cummiskey closed out her sophomore season at NCAA Division II Simon Fraser University over the weekend at the West Coast Collegiate Championships in Victoria, B.C.
Kodiak wrestling state champion Krystal Fabricante had her best weekend on the mat for Eastern Oregon University at the Oregon Wrestling Classic Jan. 18.
The Kodiak Hockey League 10U team won the Peninsula Winter Games tournament Jan. 20 in Kenai. Back, left: Coaches Don Kettenacker, Jeff Sanford and head coach Luke Smith. Middle, left: Donald Kettenacker, treyten Butler, Kieran Hayden, Magnus Sanford, Maddox Deemer, Cy Simeonoff, Cooper Smit…