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Sep 29 2008
7th Region Title For Bears
Monday, 29 September 2008

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            The Kodiak High School Bears literally blew past the competition in the Region 3 Cross Country Championships Saturday in Soldotna. Kodiak took the top three places in the boys race and easily won the team title. Senior Trevor Dunbar just as easily won the race, clocking a time 30 seconds faster than his winning mark in the championships a year ago. It was his third region crown in a row. He finished the five kilometer course in just 15 minutes 32.4 seconds. Teammate Sam Salus also cracked the 16-minute barrier to take second in 15-56.8. Kodiak's Dylan Anthony made it a trifecta for the Bears, finishing third in 16-19.7. 

            The Bears team score of 26 was more than twice as good as second-place Colony, giving Kodiak its seventh consecutive Region 3 championship. Also advancing to the state meet this weekend will be Skyview and Soldotna.

            On the girls side, Chloe Ivanoff was the top Bear, finishing a close third in 19-minutes 23.2 seconds. She was less than 20 seconds off the winning pace. Kodiak's team performance was good enough to advance them to the state championship as well, finishing fourth with 81 points. Colony was first with 41, followed by Soldotna and Wasilla.

            The state championships will be on Saturday in Palmer.

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Sep 29 2008
Bears Sweep At Homer
Monday, 29 September 2008

 

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           The Kodiak High School girls swimming team is so good, they won all but two events at a Homer meet on Friday. Those were the one-meter diving and 100-meter butterfly events. Kodiak's team score was 142 to Homer's 130. Wasilla had 46 and Palmer 11.

            The Bears spread the winning around, with Karen Philpot winning the 100 and 200 freestyle, Celeste Beck-Goodell took the 200 individual medley, Laura Griffing the 500 freestyle, Elyse Johnston the 100 backstroke and Myra Scholze the 100 breaststroke. 

            In some events, the Bears are their only competition. While Kyla Young won the 50 freestyle in 26.47 seconds, Griffing was just one-onehundreth of a second behind, and Johnston just 16-onehundreths behind her. They all finished in less than a fifth of a second from each other.

            Philpot, Griffing, Young and Johnston teamed up to win the 200 medley relay, while Johnston, Beck-Goodell, Philpot and Griffing won the 400 freestyle relay.

            The Kodiak boys also won the team title in convincing fashion, with 131 points to Homer's 98. Wasilla had 89 and Palmer 10.

            Nando Macinko won both the 50 and 100 freestyle races, while Scott Wundersee won the 1 meter diving event. Quinn Langfitt, Hayden Linscheid, Devon Christiansen, and Eric Friccero teamed up to win the 400 freestyle relay.

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Sep 29 2008
Bears Back Into Playoffs
Monday, 29 September 2008

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            The Kodiak High School Bears continued their post-bye week stumble Friday evening at Joe Floyd Field, getting beat by the Houston Hawks 10-to-7. The loss, the Bears’ third in a row, drops the team’s record to 3-and-2 in the Northern Lights conference, and 4-and-3 overall. In the three losses since the bye-week, the Bears have been outscored 72-to-7.             Soldotna beat Kenai 50-to-nothing over the weekend, so the Bears finish in second place in the NLC and will host a first round game against the third seed from the Greatland Conference. That game with the Nikiski Bulldogs will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Joe Floyd Field.

 
Sep 26 2008
North Star School Vandalized
Friday, 26 September 2008

 

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            The Alaska State Troopers are investigating some vandalism at North Star Elementary School. The Trooper report says that late Monday night or early Tuesday morning that the school’s north wall was peppered with over 25 paint balls.

            No major damage was reported and the investigation continues.

 
Sep 25 2008
Alaska Fisheries Report with Mary Donaldson
Thursday, 25 September 2008

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            This week on the Alaska Fisheries Report from KMXT, Mary Donaldson has a preview of the North Pacific Fishery Managment Council meeting next week, low returns in Southeast are causing problems for salmon hatcheries, and is rationalization the only way to save global fisheries? One study says it is. All that and more on the Alaska Fisheries Report.

 
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