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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 …

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KODIAK — The AA Legion Bears wrapped up the regular season with an 8-2 league loss to Palmer Sunday at Kosinski Fields in Anchorage. 

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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. 

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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.

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KODIAK — Kodiak Post 17 ended the Todd Ryan Memorial Tournament with a 16-5 loss to Palmer in the third-place game Sunday in Wasilla.

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KODIAK — Born in 1977, the Pillar Mountain Run is one of the longest-running events at Crab Festival. 

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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.

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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.

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KODIAK — With Thanksgiving coming up, the 2018 Kodiak Turkey Trot 5K and two mile run might provide an incentive to prepare for the holiday dinner.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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ANCHORAGE — Hours after finishing the regular season with a league doubleheader split with Ketchikan, Kodiak Post 17 received stunning news — the Bears will be playing in their first American Legion state tournament since 1992.

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KODIAK — After a long day of travel, the American Legion Bears waited until the final inning to pull out a 3-1 league baseball victory over East Anchorage on Sunday at Bartlett High School in Anchorage. 

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KODIAK — Anthony Juhlin was quick out of the gate taking a lead over the pack Saturday afternoon at the Kodiak Island Raceway in the big bike motocross event. However, in what would become a familiar pattern over the three big bike races that day, 24-year-old Steven Pillans overtook him in t…

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The working man and the military man helped the American Legion Twins snap a three-game losing streak Monday at Coral Seymour Memorial Park in Kenai. 

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After a wake-up call at 6 a.m. and a three-hour drive to Chugiak, Kodiak Post 17 displayed signs of fatigue in a 9-0 league loss to Post 33 on Sunday.

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Shawn Rice thought he had a winning entry for the 2016 Eric Lochman Big Buck Contest. That was until the prized rack crumbled a day before the entry deadline. 

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After beginning the Alaska State Hockey Association 14U Tier IV State Tournament with a 5-2 loss to Fairbanks, Kodiak dug deep. 

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Trevor Dunbar’s moment on the world stage didn’t happen. 

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Jerica Nelson helped Central Methodist University capture its first victory in  the NAIA DI Women’s Basketball National Championship in school history. 

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When Dustyn Azure left Montana State University-Northern to become the wrestling head coach at Eastern Oregon University, Mhar (Andrew) Caballa followed.