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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. 

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As the deer season opened in Kodiak, six marksmen opted to take part in the fourth rimfire match of the season Sunday at Salonie Creek Rifle Range. 

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Lydia Jacoby added more bling to her Tokyo Olympics haul on Saturday. 

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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. 

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After dropping the first two games of the State 16 Boys Basketball  COVID Championships in Bellevue, Washington, Kodiak caught fire. 

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Ketchikan’s Isaac Updike had an Olympic spot in his sights. 

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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. 

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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.

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Winning a triple crown in baseball consists of leading the league in batting average, home runs and runs batted in. 

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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. 

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The Kodiak Kingfishers completed their season over the weekend at the Alaska Age Group Postal swim meet at Bartlett High School in Anchorage. 

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The Kodiak High School track and field team is hosting the first community 5-kilometer run of the year on Saturday. 

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When asked by swim coach Maggie Rocheleau to pick a time to practice during spring break, Alison Narog didn’t hesitate in saying 8 a.m.

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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. 

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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. 

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The Spartans — the Kodiak High boys C squad — are a victory away from playing for the City League C Division title. 

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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.