Kodiak High's football game at West Valley has been shifted to 2 p.m. Saturday.
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.
The boys’ doubles team of Dan Abad and Anthony Olazabal provided Kodiak tennis with two victories on a recent trip to the Mainland that featured dates with Colony, Palmer and Wasilla.
In the first big test of the season, Micah Fields paced the Kodiak boys’ cross country team to a fifth-place showing Saturday at the George Plumley Invitational at Palmer High School.
On a whim last week, I drafted my all-time Kodiak High School football fantasy team in this space. Since I was the only one drafting, I got all excellent players. I wish it would have been that easy in my other four leagues.
Leaving Fairbanks at 4 a.m. Friday, West Valley cross country coach Hannibal Grubis wasn’t sure if his runners would have the energy to perform well at the Kodiak Invitational.
In a matter of minutes, Fred Barber went from missing a gimme putt that would have secured his fifth victory in the Island Golf Championship to draining a miracle 35-foot putt that kept the playoff alive.
When last fall’s swimming season was limited to on-island time trials, the focus gravitated to the seniors who had their final prep year erased because of the pandemic.
Kodiak High’s swimming and diving program had a resemblance of a season in 2020. The team conducted time trials, and in November, seven swimmers competed in the Alaska High School Invitational.
In the hours leading up to Kodiak High’s first home football game in nearly two years, John Ticman was restless and nervous. He needed to get out of his house.
Playing at home for the first time in nearly two years, Kodiak fell to Wasilla 34-6 in a noconference football game Friday night at Joe Floyd Track and Field.