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.
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.
A year ago, Kodiak’s Hallee Blair was in the middle of the high school volleyball season, setting teammates on offense and digging up balls on defense.
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.
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.
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.
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.