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Mansour Sparks 16-1 Kodiaks with Career High 28 Points

This weekend CSS fans witnessed Kodiak girls’ basketball in full force with a healthy roster, balanced attack with exciting ball movement, intentional defense, and a “mamba” mentality. On Friday night the girls dominated Thomas Maclaren from the tip with an impressive 66-25 finish. With an offense mostly generated by feisty defense, senior captain Sarina M.

Kodiak Boys Lose 60-63 in OT Nailbiter

Going into Friday night’s game at Thomas Maclaren, both squads understood the importance of the game with a #3 BFL position at stake along with an easier seed in the District Playoffs. Trailing 24-29 at the half, CSS made defensive adjustments in an attempt to cool the 3-point shooting for the Highlanders. Both teams scored

Girls’ Basketball Highlights Depth and Balance

The depth and balance of this year’s girls’ basketball team is proving to be the main ingredient behind their success this year. The 13-1 Kodiaks are on track to completing the best season in school program history and capturing statewide attention as one of the best 2A teams in Colorado. Senior Sarina M. leads the offensive attack

Boys’ Basketball Finding a Rhythm in 4-0 Run

The CSS boys’ basketball team is on a 4-0 run with wins over Calhan, Cripple Creek, Fountain Valley School, and Platte Canyon to finish the latest stretch at 8-7 overall, 3-2 in Black Forest League play. While playing injury free the Kodiaks have dominated their opponents on the boards and inside the paint where senior

Kodiak Girls Basketball Team on 10-0 Win Streak

Trailing at the half in three of the last five games, the girls’ basketball team found a way to get the job done in the second half to earn three important victories.  Back-to-back games against Peyton and Ellicott both showed the Kodiaks trailing 12-16 at the half.  With a mixture of defensive intensity, fight, determination, and poise,

McCurdy Earns Career High 27 to Lead Kodiaks

Junior guard Ben Mc. took the 5-7 Kodiaks on his back last night in a 68-57 league victory with Calhan on the road. His 27 points and 15 rebounds were career highs for the 6’2″ guard who is back in the lineup after nursing an ankle injury. Eight of his points came from the charity stripe