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Apr 19 2010
Bears Host South, Port Lions PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 19 April 2010

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            The challenges at the Joe Floyd Track and Field over the weekend weren't limited to the competition. The weather - specifically rain, wind and cold - played a large role during the meet between the Kodiak High School Bears and visiting opponents from South Anchorage and Port Lions high schools.

            Coach Marcus Dunbar described the event as "survival of the fittest."

            On Friday, a co-ed meet was held, where the boys and girls scores were combined. Kodiak downed a combined South-Port Lions team by a score of 101-77.

            Selma Ernest won the girls' 100 and 400 meter races, while Samantha Oliver took the shot-put and helped win the Shuttle-Hurdle Relay. Camile Hobson was also on that squad, and won the 300 hurdles. Chloe Ivanoff won the 32-hundred meter race in 11-minutes 38.7 seconds, matching her personal best from last year.

            On the boys' side Friday, Karsten Schick was part of the shuttle-hurdle relay and also won the 400-meter and high jump, and was on the winning 4-by-400 relay team.

            With even worst rain on Saturday, the scoring was split between boys and girls. The Kodiak boys beat the South-Port Lions squad 64-18, but the girls fell 46-36. Dunbar points out, however, that if it were a tri-meet, the Lady Bears would have won 46 to 38 for South and 20 for Port Lions.

            Click the links below for complete results.

Friday:              http://www.athletic.net/TrackAndField/MeetResults.aspx?Meet=93415

Saturday:          http://www.athletic.net/TrackAndField/MeetResults.aspx?Meet=93416

 

 
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