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Kodiak’s Olivia Troxell didn’t spend much time on the mat in her 2021 season debut. 

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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%.” 

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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.  

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 The Kodiak High swimming and diving team hosts Cook Inlet Conference Eagle River today and Saturday in the final home meets of the 2021 season. 

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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. 

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Looking to continue the momentum built from a fifth-place showing at the West Spiketacular, Kodiak volleyball fell flat against Colony. 

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In a nationally-televised college football game, Kordell Pillans and the University of Montana dropped a heartbreaker to Eastern Washington University. 

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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.

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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.

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It’s hard to believe, but this is the final week of the prep football season in Alaska. 

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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. 

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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. 

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Due to high winds on The Rock, Kodiak football could not travel to Fairbanks for its games against West Valley and North Pole. 

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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. 

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Lathrop football has returned to the top spot in the Division II/III rankings of the Alaska Sports Broadcasting Network’s football poll. 

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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.