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After dropping the first two games of the State 16 Boys Basketball  COVID Championships in Bellevue, Washington, Kodiak caught fire. 

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Ketchikan’s Isaac Updike had an Olympic spot in his sights. 

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After being knocked to the survivor’s pool by Dave Smith, John Tolliver clawed back to the championship match of Sunday’s King of the Hill bowling tournament. 

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• Sean Costello — a two-time state champion wrestler — was the hero of the 2004 high school state championship game. His game-winning single that scored Doug Starrett in the bottom of the eighth inning pushed Kodiak to a 3-2 victory over Chugiak and capped an undefeated 17-0 season. 

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Nearly 48 hours after seeing Kodiak softball’s run at the Division II state tournament end before it even got, coach Tom Bolen reflected on the season. 

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Kodiak softball started its run at the Division II State Championships by splitting a pair of games Thursday at Cartee Fields in Anchorage. 

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Joe Floyd Track and Field will be home to the state’s top track athletes this weekend. 

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Kodiak has crushed the softball and the competition this season. The Bears averaged 14.3 runs per game en route to heading to the Northern Lights Conference Championship with a 13-2 record. 

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Before the Region III Track and Field Championship meet, Kodiak coach Ashley Mortenson predicted 17 of her athletes would qualify for the state meet.