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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

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

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

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

Girls’ Tennis Regional Runner-up: Singles Heading to State

Friday’s Regional Tennis match at Memorial Park showcased some of the best players in the area for 2A-3A programs. With the help of championship wins by #1 Singles player Jules T. ‘21 and #2 Singles player Kate G. ‘20, the first-ever Regional championships for CSS girls’ tennis, the Kodiaks finished in second place behind Vanguard.