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Nov 03 2008
Kodiak Girls Dominate Region Swim Meet PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 03 November 2008

 

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            The Kodiak girls swim team won every race, and 11 of 12 events, at the Region Three Championships over the weekend in Valdez on their way to securing their second straight team title. The Kodiak boys, which had won four of the last five titles, just missed winning another, losing to Wasilla by one point.

            The Kodiak girls won all three relays and also had three swimmers win two individual events each. Karen Philpot won the 200-yard freestyle and 100 backstroke, Celeste Beck-Goodell won the 200 individual medley and 500 freestyle, and Laura Griffing won the 100 freestyle and 100 breaststroke.

            Elyse Johnston won the 50 freestyle and Kyla Young won the 100 butterfly. Wasilla's Rachel Kennedy was the lone swimmer from another school to win a girls event, taking the diving competition.

            Nando Macinko was the Kodiak boys' only individual winner, taking the 100 backstroke. The Bears also won the 200 freestyle relay.

            The state championships will be this weekend at Bartlett High School in Anchorage.

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            Meanwhile in volleyball, the Bears dropped a pair to powerhouse Colony over the weekend. KHS athletic director Steve Rounsaville says they will go into this weekend's regionals in Kenai seeded second in the Northern Division. The top three of eight teams will go on to the state championships.

            And in wrestling, Nick Van Matre, Charles Martin and David Castonguay each placed third in their weight classes at the North Pole tournament, while Tuck Van Matre, Gary Anthony, and Pearson Brodie took first in their respective classes at the Skyview junior varsity tournament. Coming up this weekend at home is the Robin Hervey Tournament, with visiting teams West Valley, Homer, Bethel, and Palmer. Dual matches will be on Friday afternoon and evening, with the individual tournament Saturday.

 

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Oct 31 2008
Assembly Unveils Spiffy New Laptops PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 31 October 2008

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0             When the Kodiak Island Borough Assembly members sat down at their work session last night, almost all of them, for the first time, had their new H-P Notebook computers in front of them.

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Oct 30 2008
Young Humpback Freed In Uyak Bay PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 30 October 2008

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imgp1064.jpg The tail of a young humpback whale entagled in fishing gear. Photo by Bree Witteveen.

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            The young humpback whale entangled in fishing gear in Uyak Bay has been freed. But as Bree Witteveen says in this interview with Jay Barrett, the whale's troubles were greater than first thought.

 
Oct 30 2008
The Alaska Fisheries Report With Casey Kelly October 30 PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 30 October 2008

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          From KMXT in Kodiak, this is the Alaska Fisheries Report. Coming up this week...

          Reaction to the Ted Stevens guilty verdict from fishing communities and fishermen.

          The Coast Guard and NTSB begin hearings into the fatal sinking of the F/V Katmai.

          And, IPHC Executive Director Bruce Leaman tours Southeast communities.

          Those stories and more on this week's Alaska Fisheries Report.

          Thanks for joining us.

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Oct 30 2008
Austerman, Lundquist Spar Over Rationalization PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 30 October 2008

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0             The two candidates for Kodiak’s lone seat in the state House of Representatives, Alan Austerman and Andy Lundquist, squared off in a forum that aired live on KMXT last night. KMXT’s Casey Kelly reports.

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