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Mar 09 2009
Lady Bears Advance to State
Monday, 09 March 2009

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            The Kodiak High School Lady Bears are the Cinderella Team from the Northern Lights Conference, and will be going to the state championship tournament. They secured their first berth to the big dance in over 20 years by compiling a 3-and-1 record during the three-day conference regionals here over the weekend.

            The Lady Bears had spent much of the season on the road, and only managed a 2-and-8 conference record. But playing before the hometown crowd, they turned up their offense - and especially defense - a notch or two when it counted.

            Kodiak was the bottom seed in the NLC's North Division and lost their first game to the South's number one seed, the Kenai Kardinals, by one point, 30-29, on opening night. Thrust into the loser's bracket, the Bears went on to dominate Homer on Friday morning 48-32, Palmer on Saturday morning 45-37, and finally Soldotna on Saturday afternoon in the third-place game, 49-27. In that last game, Kodiak held the Stars to only six second-half points. For the tournament, the Bears outscored their opponents 171-to-126. Only second-place Wasilla, with 176 points, scored more during the three-day event.

            Senior forward Rachel Norton was named to the first team All-Stars. Wasilla's Jenna Johnson was named tourney MVP, and Kenai coach Ken Felchle was named coach of the year.

            The Colony girls beat Wasilla in the NLC championship game Saturday night, and both teams will advance to state.

            The Lady Bears are once again the bottom seed as they head into the state tourney, and will face the Colony Knights in their first game at 5:15 on Thursday, March 19. You can find the state championship bracket as a PDF file above.

 

            Meanwhile, the Kodiak boys went 1-and-2 in the Northern Lights tournament. Also the bottom seed in the North Division, they lost their first game to SoHi 57-42, but went on to beat homer 69-58 on Friday. Saturday, the Bears lost to Colony by one point, 60-59 and were bounced out of the double-elimination tournament. Colony went on to beat Kenai for third place, and will be going to state, along with NLC champion Wasilla and second-place Soldotna.

            Sophomore center Raphael Matautia was named to the first team All-Conference team. Senior swingman Erwin Domingo was selected as a second team All-Conference player. Colony's John Palmer was named NLC MVP and Soldotna's coach, Matthew Johnson was boys' coach of the year.

            You can find the complete tournament honors by clicking "Read more," below.

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Mar 06 2009
Bears Drive the Mariners Back into the Sea
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            The Homer High School Mariners basketball teams and their supporters are checking the ferry schedule tonight after the girls and then the boys were eliminated from the Northern Lights Conference basketball tournament today by the Kodiak Bears.

            The Lady Bears came out of hibernation early to play the 8 a.m. game, and dominated the Lady Mariners 48-to-32. Rachel Norton had 16 points and Betsy McCarty had 15 as the Bears stayed alive to advance to the third round and a chance at a berth to state. Star guard Joanna Garcia added nine. The Bears will play tomorrow morning at 9 a.m. against Palmer, who were beat by Colony 53-32 this afternoon. 

            Meanwhile, the Kodiak boys came out with a dominating performance by the starting five, who accounted for all the scoring, as the Bears crushed the Mariners 69-58. A late surge by Homer closed what had been a 20-point Kodiak lead. Three Bears were in double figures, and another was right behind. Mark Galindo led all scorers with 20 points, while Raphael Matautia had 18 and David Diocares 16, in what was one of the higher scoring games of the Bear's season. Erin Domingo had a pair of threes and scored nine points, while Zach Watkins added six.

            The boys advance to play tomorrow morning at 10:45 against the loser of the Colony-Wasilla game, which started 4:45 p.m. 

            In other action on day two of the Northern Lights Conference tourney, the Lady Stars from Soldotna beat cross-town rival Skyview 49-35 to advance against the loser of tonight's Kenai-Wasilla game. That game will also be at 9 a.m., and may be played in the Kodiak Middle School.

            The Kenai boys won their losers bracket game against Skyview 54-33, and will play tomorrow morning against the loser of tonight's Soldotna-Palmer game. 

            The girls' third-place game will be at 2:15 Saturday afternoon and the boys' will be at 4. The girls' championship game will be at 6:15 and the boys' is at 8 p.m.

 
Mar 06 2009
The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett
Friday, 06 March 2009

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          On this week's show: More outcomes from the Board of Fish meeting in Sitka, the Southeast Tanner and Golden crab seasons are going great guns, and ground is about to be broken for Unalaska's newest cold storage facility. All that and a brand new fishery is about to kick off in Prince William Sound. Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 We had help from KFSK 's Matt Lichtenstein in Petersburg, KCAW 's Bonnie-Sue Hitchcock in Sitka and KUCB 's Anne Hillman in Unalaska.

 
Mar 06 2009
Rasmussen Replat Approved by Assembly
Friday, 06 March 2009

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            The Kodiak Island Borough Assembly voted to allow a local landowner to subdivide two lots of his property into three. The assembly then voted to postpone the adoption of the Findings of Fact, which explains why they were in support of the borough's Community Development director's decision, to the next regular meeting.

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Mar 06 2009
Lady Bears Advance with Win Over Mariners
Friday, 06 March 2009

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            In second-round action today, the Lady Bears took to the court at 8 a.m. and downed the Mariners 48-to-32. Rachel Norton had 16 points and Betsy McCarty added 15. They will play Saturday morning at 9 a.m. against the loser of the Colony-Palmer game this afternoon. Homer has been eliminated.

            At 9:45 this morning the Skyview and Kenai boys faced off, with the Kardinals running away 54-33, eliminating the Panthers.

            The Kodiak boys see action again this afternoon at 1:15 p.m., when they face Homer. The losing team is out.

 

 
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