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Grace Hill: Lassoing Her Dreams Through Rodeo

GRACE HILL ‘19 Interview below from June 21, 2018 Grace, how long have you been participating in rodeo events? I have been rodeoing since I was 7, so about 10 years now. My dad took me to a rodeo one day to watch, and I was hooked immediately, and was wondering why he didn’t introduce

Kate Griffin: Finding her Groove in Golf

If you are fortunate to view Kate G. ’20 in action on the local golf courses this summer, you will most likely be impressed with her poise, consistency, and overall modesty.  Kate is proving to be one of the premier girls’ golfers in the state of Colorado, and she has the accolades to prove it.  She has

Spring Sports: Kodiaks Find Balance and Success

Spring sports statewide offer a multitude of challenges, from the shortest preseason and days of competition, to the impending weather conditions.  CSS athletes are further challenged in the spring due to the ECS (Experience Centered Seminars) calendar and its impact on preseason practices and overlapping AP testing.  Still, with such obstacles, the Kodiaks found a way to

“NEW” Kodiak High-Altitude Training Camp: August 7-9

Kodiak Athletics is excited to announce the new High-Altitude Training Camp for ALL CSS high school athletes.  There is no better way to kick off the first week of official practices, which starts Aug. 6, one week earlier this year.  Cross training at higher altitude along side teammates, setting goals, and getting focused for the season is

Kodiaks Represent on TPL All-Conference Teams: Thompson Earns Player of the Year

Due to a shortage of local 2A tennis and girls’ soccer programs, the Kodiaks are proud members of the highly-competitive and respected 3A Tri-Peaks League.  For the first time in school history, the Kodiaks girls’ tennis team had three players earn First Team All-Conference:  Jules T. ’21 (#1 singles); Kate G. ’22 (#2 singles); and

Do you know how our new Shop page works?

Earlier this month we launched a brand-new shop-raising page that you could get to by clicking the SHOP link on our site navigation. When you shop for the things you need by using the links on that page, our athletic department earns cash-back from your purchase! Here is a quick video with how the program is powered through

Best Season in School History for Girls’ Tennis

After placing second in the Regional tournament, the Kodiaks advanced all three singles players to the State Tournament in Greeley, CO, this past week.  Hina S. ’20, our #3 singles player, lost to a tough Aspen opponent 2-6, 2-6 in the first round, finishing in the top 16.  Kate G. ’20, who plays #2 singles

Girls’ Soccer Concludes Exciting Season with 0-3 Loss to Del Norte

CSS traveled four hours to Del Norte to play in the preliminary round of the state tournament on Tuesday, May 8th, but they came up short 0-3 while holding the Tigers scoreless in the second half.  The Kodiaks found momentum after half time, dominating the game but missing several shots on goal.  The Tigers advanced

Soccer Loses in OT 2-3: State Tournament Still Within Reach

Boddington Field was the place to be Saturday afternoon for some exciting soccer action, hot dogs, and a taste of summer.  Their third game in three days put the Kodiaks to the test.  An early goal by Ali G. ’18 and another by Blayse S. ’21 to start the second half was not enough to

Boys’ Volleyball Shows Improvement: Closes Out Season with Pride

Boys’ volleyball is new to Colorado high schools, but don’t tell the boys that.  This pilot program, which is still being considered for a CHSAA sport, is attracting more athletes than anticipated when it began three years ago.  This year’s Kodiak squad was competitive and played some exciting volleyball for the past few weeks of