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. 

The former Kodiak High star swimmer picked up a pair of fourth-place finishes in the 100- and 200-meter freestyles. 

In the 100, she recorded a time of 58.93 seconds, while in the 200 she went 2:06.15, which  was .18 seconds faster than her time from a year ago. 

Cummiskey, a 2018 graduate of Kodiak High and four-time state champion, added a 10th in the 50-meter butterfly with a time of 31.17.  



Eastern Oregon University sophomore Krystal Fabricante lost both her matches at the Women’s Collegiate Wrestling Association Championships Friday in Atlanta, Georgia. 

Fabricante, of Kodiak High fame, had a tough draw in the 130-pound bracket, opening against No. 2 seed Gabby Skidmore of Augsburg University in Minnesota. 

Skidmore won 4-0 and advanced all the way to the championship match, where she would fall to Abigail Nette. 

Fabricante dropped to the consolation bracket and lost to Grays Harbor College’s Cassidy O’Hara 4-0. 

Up next for Fabricante is the first CCC Women’s Wrestling Championships that begins Feb. 29 in Ashland, Oregon. 



University of Mary senior Levi Fried raced to a pair of top 10 finishes at the Bison Open over the weekend at North Dakota State University. 

Fried was seventh in a field of  25 runners in the 1,000-meter run with a time of 2 minutes, 33.57 seconds. The former Kodiak High star also collected a ninth (out of 29) in the 1-mile run with a time of 4:26.09. 


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