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US Summer Athletic Workouts to Startup with Restrictions

  Kodiak Athletics is excited to announce that voluntary preseason summer workouts for US athletes will officially begin on Monday, June 22, and run through the end of July.  School officials are continuing to implement updated Colorado state and CHSAA guidelines, and these will be strictly enforced by all participating coaches and athletes. Before any

Kodiak Athletics Proud to Honor Top Achievers

Kodiak Athletics announced three awards on Friday night that were representative of the program’s focal points of high standards and character in both the classroom and on the athletic field. The Kodiak Scholar Award was shared between sisters Kyle C. ’20 and Autumn C. ’20 who were not only superstars in cross country and soccer,

Triple Threat Athletic Awards Announced

In order to receive a Triple Threat Athletic Award, a student must compete in three sports for CSS. For the first time in school history, Kodiak Athletics offered this incentive to our middle school students in hopes of recognizing those who go above and beyond in the athletic arenas.   “It’s a lot like taking

Teammates for Life: Leggatt and Kyle

            Seniors Kyle J. and Leggatt K. have been sharing the soccer field since sixth grade when they both suited up for the Kodiaks. The two redheads with mad dribbling skills would cause havoc for their opponents, utilizing their speed and tenacity to get the job done, no matter the

Tennis Dreams Shattered for Regional and State Titles

Last year, the girls’ tennis team fell a few points shy of a Regional title, one that was on their radar since that disappointing day last May. Redemption has been a dominant force, motivating this group with their sights set on a first title for girls’ tennis in CSS history. This past weekend the Kodiaks should have

Dynamic Duo: The Crow Sisters

                        What has been your favorite aspect of your CSS experience? Kylie – My favorite is the sense of community. I love being able to have close connections and interactions with students from many various grade levels, as well as the close relationships with

CHSAA Announces Close of 2020 Spring Sports Season

  To CHSAA Member Schools: We have proceeded with cautious optimism, holding on to a thread of hope that the spring season would be able to realistically resume, knowing that the health and safety of our sports communities would dictate our course of action. It was our hope to be able to create the memories

Athletic Landscape Altered by Pandemic

            The latest Covid-19 pandemic has altered the landscape for athletics, ranging from youth team sports to collegiate NCAA events, and even professional programs. Turn on ESPN or Sports Center and you’ll immediately be reminded of the abrupt pause for sports in “real time” as championship games, tournaments, and matches

Tennis is Latest Sport Impacted by COVID-19

The United States Tennis Association (USTA) released a statement today advising not to play tennis during the coronavirus pandemic: “Based on the recommendations of the USTA COVID-19 Advisory Group, the USTA believes that it is in the best interest of society to take a collective pause from playing the sport we love,” the statement says. Wimbledon

Black Forest League Announces All-Conference Teams

The Black Forest League announced the All-Conference teams for the 2019-2020 basketball seasons, and CSS was well represented for both the boys’ and girls’ teams.  Congratulations Kodiaks! We are proud of you!     Boys’ All-Conference Team: Luke T. ’20 and Ben Mc. ’21 Boys’ All-Conference Honorable Mention: Spencer B. ’20 and Andrew H. ’23