Four teams from the Kodiak Hockey League spent Thanksgiving weekend in Anchorage competing in the 32nd Turkey Shootout.
The Ellsworths — Bryan and Lucas — were involved in an epic state championship football game Saturday evening in Cottage Grove, Oregon.
Joel Valdez and Billy Alcaide — two former Kodiak High School athletic stars — displayed their strength and power at the 2021 International Powerlifting League Drug Tested World Championships.
Kodiak’s Keith Osowski had a career performance at Saturday’s NCAA Division II South Central Region Cross Country Championships in Lubbock, Texas.
A 30-yard field goal with 4:50 left in the game propelled Kordell Pillans and the University of Montana to a 20-19 Big Sky Conference football victory over Southern Utah Saturday in Missoula.
Two days after a disappointing showing at the Region III Cross Country Championships, Kodiak’s boys had a we-can-still-do-this-type moment.
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.
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.
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.
Joseph Dube and Sienna Mickelson paced Kodiak Middle School at the Mat-Su Valley Championship Cross Country Race on Sept. 22 at Redington High School.
Eric Berggren persevered through gale-force winds to win the final rimfire rifle match of the season on Sept. 12 at 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.