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Once a Kodiak, Always a Kodiak!

It’s always a treat to have CSS alumni return to campus.  This past week several Kodiaks were “in the house,” working out in Tutt Field House with Coach Vanessa Leeper-Jones ’08.  The Gazette recently named Leeper, who continued her playing career at the University of Nebraska-Kearney, as a member of the All-Time, All-Area Girls’ Basketball Team.

Basketball: BFL All-Conference Teams Selected

With the close of the 2017-18 basketball season for both the high school boys and girls, several personal achievements are worth noting: Girls’ Basketball Ali G. ’18:  First Team All-Conference; Co-Most Valuable Player; School Record for Assists in a Season (87) Natalie R. ’18: First Team All-Conference; Co-Most Valuable Player Whitney R. ’21: Honorable Mention All-Conference;

Kodiak Basketball: Girls Finish with Heart and Grit (17-6)

Getting to Regionals was not enough for this spirited Kodiak team — their goal was to win it!  After a week of focused practices, scouting  reports, balancing ECS preparations, and film analyses, these girls meant business and were well prepared to make it to State for the first time in school history.  When the savvy

Girls’ Basketball Off to Regionals: March 2-3

Two close losses to Simla and Calhan in District Playoffs at the City Auditorium this weekend resulted in a 17-5 record for the girls’ basketball team, a record tying the best win-loss record in school history set in 2008.  In their quest to break the record and leave their names in the history books, the team must

Kodiak Basketball: #4 CSS vs. #3 Calhan in Consolation Game on Saturday

The 17-4 Kodiaks lost a hard-fought battle 45-37 against #1 seed Simla in the District Semi-Final game at the City Auditorium on Friday. Trailing by 4 at half time, following a long-range 3-pointer by Whitney R. ’21 at the buzzer, CSS could not find rhythm in the second half to overcome the Cubs. A steal and basket

Girls’ Basketball Advances to District Final Four

With a 44-32 victory tonight against Peyton, the (17-3) Kodiaks secured two more weeks of basketball action!  After a cold shooting first half, the Kodiaks committed to better defense and rebounding, thus, created more offensive opportunities.   The home team consistently allowed Peyton only one rebound at their end of the court, and shot an impressive 68% from

Kodiak Basketball: District Playoffs this Week

  Kodiak Boys’ @ Miami-Yoder on Monday, Feb. 19 @ 6:00 p.m. Kodiak Girls’ vs. Peyton @ CSS on Tuesday, Feb. 20 @ 6:00 p.m. District Admission:  $7 per adult / $5 per student & senior (Booster Club Memberships do not apply for CHSAA tournaments) BB_Flyer