Kodiak High’s junior varsity volleyball team captured the Gold Bracket consolation title Saturday at the Dimond/Service Volleyball Tournament in Anchorage.
I first met Luis Mendez in 2007. I had a year of living on The Rock under my belt and still finding my way as a newbie reporter at the Kodiak Daily Mirror.
According to coach Steve Johnston, despite dropping both of their matches at the state tennis championships, Kodiak’s Kori Longrich and Moeyo Tanaka improved “200%.”
Growing up in Western Washington, hockey was not part of my childhood. The closest NHL team was in a different country, and the nearest rink was more than an hour’s drive away.
Two days after a disappointing showing at the Region III Cross Country Championships, Kodiak’s boys had a we-can-still-do-this-type moment.
I learned this past week that drinking 80 ounces of Gatorade in one day is not recommended, even if the lovely lady from Public Health told me to stay hydrated.
Kodiak’s football team lost to Kenai 40-6 in their homecoming game on Friday at Joe Floyd Track and Field. It was a disappointing end to a less-than-stellar season, but there were some bright spots.
A tight race saw both Kodiak’s Micah Fields and Palmer’s Fischer Adams vying for first place in the Division I Boys Region III Cross Country Championship race Saturday at Bear Valley Golf Course.
In my neighborhood, there is a guy who has a recliner on his front porch. Sometimes he occupies that recliner. Often on nice days and sometimes even when it is downpouring.
It’s a monster weekend in the world of Kodiak High sports, and it starts with the cross country team hosting the Region III Championships Saturday at Bear Valley Golf Course.
Joseph Dube and Sienna Mickelson paced Kodiak Middle School at the Mat-Su Valley Championship Cross Country Race on Sept. 22 at Redington High School.
It’s a light week in the world of Kodiak High School sports. Football is the only official sport on the docket, while the cross country team hosts a community kids race.
Eric Berggren persevered through gale-force winds to win the final rimfire rifle match of the season on Sept. 12 at Salonie Creek Rifle Range.
Holy Wizard of Oz, it was windy Tuesday. The gusty conditions made the morning walk with the pups from the Clarkston Zoo to the newspaper headquarters an entertaining adventure.
After dropping the first set in the championship game of the Colony C-Team Volleyball Tournament, Kodiak coach Donn Sofranes reminded his players what the goal was — to bring home a title.