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Oct 14 2008
KHS Tennis: 'End Of Season Is Our Season' PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 14 October 2008

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           The Kodiak High School Tennis Team, which is only in its third year, played in its second state championship tournament over the weekend. Head Coach Craig Johnson says twice as many players made the trip to Anchorage than last year, and the team performed well, especially considering their regular season is non-existant.

 

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Oct 14 2008
Fulp Returns To Public Office After 20+ Years PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 14 October 2008

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           One of the new faces you'll see on the Kodiak Island Borough Assembly later this month is Judy Fulp. She won election last week along side incumbent Sue Jeffrey and write-in candidate Dave Kaplan.

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Oct 13 2008
Bears Advance To Championship Game With Barrow PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 13 October 2008

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           The Kodiak High School Bears football team continued its play-off comeback by beating the Barrow Whalers 19-13 Friday evening in the second round state championship play offs. The game was played at Anchorage Football Stadium.

            The Bears will play Soldotna in the state championship game for the third year in a row, after the Stars trounced Eielson 69-33 on Saturday in their semi-final game. The championship will be played on Saturday in Anchorage.

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Oct 13 2008
Dunbar Fastest In Nation, Sets Adidas Course Record PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 13 October 2008
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          Just when you thought Kodiak High School cross country star Trevor Dunbar couldn’t get any better, he proves you wrong.

          The Bears were in Portland, Oregon Saturday for the Adidas Classic, where Dunbar finished first overall with a new course record time of 14:47. Not only did Dunbar crush the competition from Oregon, Washington and California schools, his time is the fastest 5K race for any high schooler in the nation so far this season.

          In a story on cross country website Dyestat dot COM, Dunbar was typically humble, saying “Cross country is really not about time, it’s about different courses and testing yourself against other guys.  Still, it’s awesome to have that as a stat.  It gives a little more recognition, not only to myself, but also my team and the whole state.  It’s really exciting.”

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Oct 13 2008
Bears Volleyball First Again At Grace Tourney PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 13 October 2008

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          The Kodiak High School volleyball team continued its winning ways, scoring first place at the Grace Invitational Volleyball Tournament over the weekend in Anchorage. It was the Bears second first place finish in a tournament in as many weeks. 

          And this time they had to do it the hard way. Not only did Friday’s windstorm in Anchorage almost prevent the Bears from traveling to the tournament, but the team had to come from the loser’s bracket to defeat Grace Christian School, two times in a row, to take the Gold Pan Trophy.

Kodiak actually lost to Grace earlier in the tournament, which put them into the loser’s bracket, where they beat Skyview. Facing Grace Christian again, the Bears won 25-23 and 25-22 forcing another match to determine the championship.

          In that match Kodiak started slow, losing game one 13-25. But the Bears took the next two games, 25-14 and 15-9.

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