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MS Activities II: Sign up Today!

Beginning on Tuesday, October 20, MS students will resume Fall Activities with a new menu of opportunities:  mountain biking, robotics club, soccer, running club, and indoor basketball. All middle school students will be involved with a selected activity/sport from 2:15-3:15 on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. Basketball players will have a slightly modified schedule with an

Let’s Go . . . Orlando!

Saturday at 2:00 p.m. is the 2A State XC Meet at the Norris Penrose Event Center here in Colorado Springs.  CSS senior Orlando M. will be competing for the Kodiaks as the solo representative this year. Let’s go . . . Orlando!  Spectators are welcome to attend and cheer on their athletes and parking is

XC State Meet: Monroy Runs for the Kodiaks on Saturday

  Senior Orlando M. will represent CSS as the only runner to compete in the 2A Cross Country State Championship.  The meet will take place at the Norris Penrose Event Center in Colorado Springs at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, October 17.  Spectators are invited and will be limited to the marked spectator area, and parking

XC Closes Out Regular Season with Personal Records

Thursday was a perfect afternoon for a cross country race in the midst of fall colors, moderate temps, and modest crowd of masked parents and teammates. Monument Valley Park has provided the backdrop for many CSS races, but this year’s Regional was one for the record books. Personal bests (PBs) were abundant throughout the team, and for the first

Monroy Makes History for CSS Cross Country

Orlando M., a senior captain for the CSS boys’ cross country team, made history today at the Regional meet when he crossed the finish line in 13th place, qualifying him for one more race–the State Championship meet next weekend.  His time of 18:54 was his personal best for a 5K run this year which is

Kodiak Girls Crowned BFL Champs in Cross Country

          On Friday, the Kodiaks competed in the Black Forest League meet at Peyton High School. The girls’ team claimed the conference title for the first time in five years with all four runners finishing in the top 10.  Co-senior captain Heather H. ran an impressive race finishing in 2nd place,