The official start of school is still a month away, but the 2021-22 prep sports calendar begins Wednesday.
With the U.S. Olympic track and field team trials taking place this week in Eugene, Oregon, let’s revisit a significant moment in Kodiak sports history.
A week after going public about an eating disorder, Kenai’s Allie Ostrander reached the women’s 3,000-meter steeplechase finals at the U.S. Olympic Team Trials Sunday in Eugene, Oregon.
When Cyana Medrano was interviewed for the Pacific Region Boys and Girls Club Military Youth of the Year award, she was asked this simple question: What position do you play in softball?
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.
Seward’s Lydia Jacoby likely became Alaska’s first Olympic swimmer with a stunning kick in the women’s 100-meter breaststroke final at the U.S. Olympic Team Trials.
Buckle up, basketball junkies. Members of the Kodiak High boys basketball team are headed south to consume a season-worth of games in two weeks.
• 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.
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.
Shanoah Spear looks up — figuratively and literally — to her big sister Leslie Spear. But the younger Spear isn’t shy about letting people know who is the better hitter.
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.
Kodiak’s soccer programs didn’t advance to state, but they were well represented in the Northern Lights Conference postseason awards.