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Fun Family Day: Kodiaks Win!

Tutt Field House was hoppin’ on Saturday as CSS families joined the celebration for Family Day.  With free hot dogs, colorful face painting, a perky pep squad, and a seasoned pep band splattered with alumni, it was as it should be the exciting basketball that highlighted the day. To open up the day’s events, the boys’ JV squad took it to

Griffin Noted as 4-Sport Kodiak

Kate Griffin ’20 is leaving her mark at CSS, and she still has 2.5 years of athletic eligibility remaining. This 4-sport athlete loves whatever sport she is currently playing, and if a day had more hours to spare, she would probably add a few more sports to her hectic regimen besides golf, tennis, basketball, and cross

Kodiak Basketball Teams Return to Action: Girls Start 7-0

The Kodiak boys’ and girls’ basketball teams return to action next week, showcasing their senior leadership, hard work, and passionate play.  Traveling to Calhan on Friday, Jan. 12th, the Kodiaks will face the Bulldogs, always a tough matchup in the Black Forest League.  Then on Saturday, Jan. 13, CSS hosts cross-town rival Fountain Valley School for Family

Griffin Named Among Top Runners in the Area

Kodiak sophomore Kate G. was recently named Honorable Mention to The Gazette Preps Cross Country All-Star Team. This is quite an accomplishment considering the team is comprised of all 2A-5A high school runners in the area, and there is no shortage of distance runners in Colorado Springs at 6033′ above sea level. Leading her team

Letter Jacket Kodiak Patches $20

The Booster Club is selling 10″ x 7″ customized Kodiak patches for letter jackets for only $20.  See Coach Vaughan if you are interested in purchasing one while supplies last.  (Thanks to Lee Ann Williams for her work with this project).

Kodiaks Represent in Volleyball: Richardi Makes the Gazette 1A-3A All-Area 1st Team

Kodiak Natalie R. ’18 stood out among the crowd, racking up 195 kills through 76 sets. She also had 355 digs and 37 aces, along with 8 matches with 10 or more kills.  Her consistent efforts this season earned her an elite spot on the Gazette’s 1A-3A 1st Team All-Area squad, considered the top 7 players from