The Kodiak track and field 2015 schedule is highlighted by three home meets.

Service will be in town April 24-25, followed by Bartlett and Dimond for the Kodiak Invitational on May15-16.

The main event is the Brian Young Invitational, an all-star event in its third year. The meet takes place a week after the state championships from June 6-7.

Kodiak coach Marcus Dunbar has cooked up a special race for the event that is being called “the Alaska Dream Mile,” which will have a potential field of professional and former Kodiak runner Trevor Dunbar, Oregon senior Parker Stinson, high school runners Elijah Armstrong and Matthew Maton and other college graduates.

“I don’t know who is all going to come, but we are inviting a lot of people,” Dunbar said. “The goal is to not only be the fastest mile that has ever been run in the state, but also the deepest.”

Schedule

April 10 — at Big C Relays in Anchorage; April 11 — at Big C Relays in Anchorage; April 17 — Invincible Pentathlon; April 18 — Invincible Pentathlon; April 24 — vs. Service; April 25 — vs. Service; May 1 — at ACS/Bartlett; May 2 — at Homer Invitational; May 8 — at Anchorage Invitational; May 9 — at Anchorage Invitational; May 15 — Kodiak Invitational with Bartlett and Dimond; May 16 — Kodiak Invitational with Bartlett and Dimond; May 22 — Region III Championships at Kenai; May 23 — Region III Championships at Kenai; May 29 — State championships at Dimond; May 30 — State championships at Dimond; June 6 — Brian Young Invitational in Kodiak; June 7 — Brian Young Invitational in Kodiak.

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