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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. 

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A community celebration of life/memorial service for Joe Floyd will be 1 p.m. Saturday at the Gerald C. Wilson Auditorium. 

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Amy Fogle — Kodiak’s two-time state basketball championship coach — had her Southern Illinois University number retired Friday in Carbondale, Illinois. 

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Kodiak’s girls were hit with injuries during a pair of Northern Lights Conference losses to Palmer. 

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Dylan Kavanaugh escaped a quarterfinal scare to win the first Sunday Sweeper of the bowling season at Tropic Lanes. 

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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. 

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Teanna Amodo had a monster night, but it wasn’t enough to lead Kodiak ESS to its first win of the season. 

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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. 

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Longtime Colony coach Jeff Bowker has been bringing basketball teams to The Rock for years.

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Colony, the top-ranked 4A boys team in the state, downed Kodiak in a pair of Northern Lights Conference basketball games over the weekend in the Mat-Su Valley. 

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Kodiak snapped a four-game losing skid with a 45-21 boys basketball nonconference victory over Eagle River Thursday in Eagle River.

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The Kodiak Kingfishers are sending seven swimmers to Ketchikan to compete in the three-day Alaska Age Group Championships that begin Friday.

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Nikolaevsk showed on Wednesday why it is the top girls basketball team in the 1A Peninsula Conference. 

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Redington — a fourth-year school — traveled to The Rock with only one victory over a 4A girls basketball opponent in program history. 

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Tied or leading at halftime of all three games in the West Valley Boys Invitational Basketball Tournament, Kodiak’s boys went winless in Fairbanks. 

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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…