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Lance Coz, the heart and soul of the Kenai Twins Post 20 American Legion baseball team since 1975, passed away last week at Providence Medical Center due to a heart attack. He was 73.
The GoPro is known for being tough, a camera that can withstand just about anything, including being submerged for more than a decade in the unforgiving waters off Alaska’s coastline.
It was a good thing for Fred Barber that there was a day off between rounds of the 34th Kodiak Island Golf Championship. Otherwise, he might not have become the first four-time champion of the island’s most prestigious golf tournament.
Dave Geddes still plays golf, but not as well as he did when he became the first two-time champion of the Kodiak Island Golf Championship in 1995.
The Mickelson siblings — Torrin and Sienna — picked up podium finishes at the USA Western States Championships wrestling tournament, held in Farmington, Utah, from July 30 to Aug. 1.
Franke Brown and Gerald LaFollette — both members of the Kodiak Island Golf Association — competed in the Alaska State Amateur championships over the weekend at Moose Run Creek Course in Anchorage.
This past week, Sarah Nugent remained in the confines of her kitchen — a place she knows well and won’t get lost walking from the refrigerator to the oven — baking banana bread and scones.
KODIAK — Errors, walks and giving up big innings to the opposition doomed Kodiak Post 17 throughout the American Legion baseball regular season.
KODIAK — Kodiak’s powerlifters flexed their skills — and muscles— at CrossFit Kodiak Island for the We KANA Beat Cancer’s Weightlifting Competition on Saturday morning, raising a total of $500 for the American Cancer Society, according to the event director and owner of Kodiak Athletic Club …
KODIAK — Facing the nation’s best 12-and-under bowlers, Kodiak’s Nathaniel Kiefer rolled to a 188th-place finish at Junior Gold Championship last week in Detroit.
KODIAK — The Kodiak Little League junior softball all-star team moved into the District I championship game with a stunning 15-10 win over top seed Dimond-West on Sunday in Anchorage.
KODIAK - The Kodiak Little League junior softball all-star team nearly pulled off a gigantic upset in the opening game of the District I Finals Tournament on Friday in Anchorage.
KDOIAK — Established back in the ’70s the 1/4 mile dirt track at the Kodiak State Fairgrounds is ready for summer racing to begin, with the first scheduled event set for May 18.
PORTLAND, Ore. – Former Kodiak High School standout and Alaska Anchorage senior Hannah Wandersee was named the Great Northwest Athletic Conference Player of the Week for women’s basketball on Monday after leading the nationally 6th-ranked Seawolves to a pair of victories last week.
KODIAK — The Knights took the top place in a “pond hockey” tournament, battling it out against 13 teams at Baranof Park ice rink Saturday. The tournament, organized by Jeff Sanford and hosted by Kodiak Hockey League, saw 78 participants ranging from U6 youths to U18 teens take to the ice.
KODIAK — A record number of Kodiakans earned their Thanksgiving dinner Thursday when a rafter of runners launched from the start line for the 2018 Turkey Trot Fun Run hosted at the Kodiak Teen Center.
KODIAK — Two Kodiak locals and one moments in history are on the list of dozens as the Alaska Sports Hall of Fame named its candidates for the athletic honor.
KODIAK — Kodiak Post 17 head coach Derek Clarkston was among four coaches honored by his peers when he was included in the Alaska Legion Team of Excellence this year.
ANCHORAGE — Post 17's magical run through the 66th American Legion Baseball State Championships ended in heartbreaking fashion Sunday at Mulcahy Stadium in Anchorage.
ANCHORAGE — Catcher Nathan James summed it up best when he found out his team, Kodiak Post 17, qualified for the 66th American Legion Baseball State Championships.
FAIRBANKS — Three American Legion Baseball teams from Alaska have been ruled ineligible for sanctioned postseason competition by the National Legion office because the teams did not purchase required insurance on time, Alaska Legion senior officials announced today.