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May 17 2010
Kodiak Boys Once Again Dominate Regions PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 17 May 2010

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          High School boys have once again repeated as Region III track and field champions. They wrapped up the title over the weekend with 131 points - 21 more than second place Palmer. Colony was third with 84 points.

            The Kodiak girls placed third, which was two places higher than coach Marcus Dunbar anticipated. The Wasilla girls ran away with the title, doubling the number of points that second place Kenai posted. The Warriors racked up 152 points to Kenai's 76 and Kodiak's 71.

            Kodiak's Marcus Dunbar was voted Coach of the Year for Region III.

            The Kodiak boys won several events on their way to team victory. Karsten Schick took both the 110- and 300-meter hurdles, while Dylan Anthony won the 16-hundred and 32-hundred meter races. The team of Chaven Davidson, Caleb Nymeyer, Jordan Fogle and Schick won the 4-by-400-meter relay, while the quartet of Fogle, Nymeyer, Davidson and Anthony took the 4-by-800 relay.

            Wasilla was fourth, followed by Kenai, Soldotna, Homer, Houston and Skyview.

            On the girls' side, Samantha Oliver won the 100-meter hurdles for the Lady Bears, while the team of Sarah Ng, Allie Smith, Chloe Ivanoff and Jaymi Bethea won the 4-by-800-hundred relay.

            Colony, Soldotna, Skyview, Palmer and Houston rounded out the field.

            You can find complete results here.

            Next up for the Bears is the state championships, this weekend at Lathrop High School in Fairbanks.

 
May 17 2010
KMS Students Enjoy Exchange With Author PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 17 May 2010

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             For the past three years, Peggy O'Leary's seventh grade English students have been studying a book called "Abarat" by Clive Barker. Barker is a prolific English author who is better known for writing adult horror and fantasy.

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May 17 2010
Former Kodiak Resident Readies for Gulf Spill PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 17 May 2010

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            A former Kodiak resident is now living just south of New Orleans, a few miles from the tip of Louisiana, not far from the beaches and estuaries that are being threatened by the Deep Water Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. The blow-out continues to spew hundreds of thousands of gallons of crude oil a day into waters off of Louisiana.

            Chuck Morris, who worked as a counselor in Kodiak for several years now lives with his family in Belle Chasse, Louisiana. He said the tension of knowing the oil slick is just off shore is difficult.

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May 15 2010
Jock of the Rock - The Full House Edition PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 15 May 2010

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            This week on Jock of the Rock, the Round Table with Three Corners is full as Ron, Jay, Derek and Michael talk NBA and NHL playoffs, and try to predict where LeBron James will wind up playing next year. Also an update on Kodiak High School baseball and softball, and how the Bears are doing at the regional track and field championships up in Palmer.

 
May 14 2010
It's the Hurt Locker for Frog Jumping in Kodiak PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 14 May 2010

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100514.frog_locker-t.jpgThe T-shirt for this year's cancelled Frog-Jumping contest at Tony's may become a collectors item. Photo by Jay Barrett

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            After 25 years of being a Crab Fest fixture, the annual Frog Jumping Contest at Tony's Bar has been cancelled. State wildlife officials are concerned the frogs, which are imported from the Lower 48, might carry diseases which could be transferred to local wildlife.

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