Boys Soccer

DEREK CLARKSTON/Kodiak Daily Mirror

Kodiak’s Isaiah Panthin shoots at the goal during a high school soccer practice Tuesday at Joe Floyd Track and Field. 

In Joseph Amaya’s first year as head coach, Kodiak’s boys soccer team fell one win shy of reaching the Division II State Championships. 

All the Bears needed to do was split a regular-season finale two-game set with Palmer to advance to the big dance for the second time in program history. 

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