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Aug 20 2012
Bears Ground Hawks PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 20 August 2012

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            The second weekend of the Kodiak High School sports season was another successful one for the Bears. On the gridiron at home, Kodiak used strong second and third quarters to win its first conference game, 32-to-12 over the Houston Hawks. The Bears, who won the season opener last week against the West Anchorage JV are now 2-and-0 on the season. They will now have three weeks on the road, playing at Palmer, Thunder Mountain in Juneau and Kenai. When they return home, the team hopes to debut its new field against archrival Soldotna on September 15th.

            Meanwhile on the trails, the Kodiak cross country boys appear strong again this year, taking first and second in the Bartlett Invitational on Saturday. Sophomore Levi Thomet won in 16-minutes 1-second, shaving 25 seconds off his previous personal best time. Senior Cole Christiansen, was just three seconds short of his personal best, finishing in 16-minutes 7-seconds. Levi Fried was 8th at 16:39, as the Kodiak boys took third with 94 points behind West Valley's 33 and Service's 75.

 
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