Shooters endured wet conditions at the final centerfire match of the season Sept. 5 at the Salonie Creek Rifle Range.
Despite the forecast for small craft warnings on Sunday, shooters had optimal conditions for the fifth rimfire rifle match of the season at Salonie Creek Rifle Range.
After racing against Seward’s Lydia Jacoby for nearly a decade and forming a friendship in the process, Leslie Spear wasn’t about to miss Jacoby’s Olympic finals swim.
Stacy Ross fought back the tears during an emotional phone call Sunday afternoon. The longtime Kodiak Football League volunteer delivered news that would have made any of the island’s toughest gridiron fans cry.
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.
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.
Robbie Greene had flirted with a perfect game many times during the 2020-21 bowling season. And with the season winding down, it appeared the left-hander wasn’t going to record bowling’s milestone score.
Keith Osowski picked up second-team all-Rockey Mountain Athletic Conference accolades in the 1,500-meter run over the weekend at the conference’s outdoor track and field championships in Pueblo, Colorado.
The island’s endurance sport junkies get a chance to compete on Saturday with the return of Kodiak’s Earth Day Duathlon/Triathlon.
Facing the daunting 6-7-10 split with a lucrative payday slipping away, Janet Baker didn’t flinch. The right-hander, with the soft touch, rose to the challenge.
In January, after his team fell 65-62 to the Hornets, Jemuel Mangalus said he didn’t mind losing to the high school team during the regular season, just as long as his team won when it mattered the most.
Two former Kodiak High School wrestling stars encountered top-level competition at the NAIA National Women’s Invitational over the weekend in Jamestown, North Dakota.
Kodiak High’s junior varsity boys’ season ended with a 101-89 loss to Ohana in a City League Basketball tournament A Division game Tuesday evening at Kodiak Middle School.