The Colorado Springs School Boys Varsity Basketball

  • Overall Record: 2 - 1
  • Conference Record: N/A

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Kodiaks Kick Off Weekend with Decisive Victories

Friday night the Kodiaks hosted the Buffaloes from Miami-Yoder for a Black Forest League matchup. The JV boys opened up the night with a 22-15 win in their first game of the year, a shortened event due to a shortage of players on Miami-Yoder’s side. The girls were victorious in a lopsided 63-2 win that included

Girls Claim Third Consecutive Kodiak Classic Title

For the third consecutive season, the girls’ basketball team captured the Kodiak Classic title with a consistent defensive effort and balanced scoring to defeat Edison 62-32 on Saturday afternoon.  After a 19-point first quarter start, the Kodiaks never looked back with eight players finding the bucket. Sophomore Mia C. led CSS with 14 points, 4

Kodiak Classic Resumes Today

After a day of lopsided victories at the annual Kodiak Classic on Friday, the night culminated with a 55-57 loss to Pikes Peak Christian on the boys’ side. It proved to be a nail biter to the final buzzer as the teams battled back and forth, but in the end the 13 three-pointers from the

Kodiak Classic Action Tonight at CSS

Stop by the Tutt Fieldhouse this weekend for some exciting basketball action as our Kodiaks showcase their talent in their home game debuts. The annual Kodiak Classic features CSS, Edison, Cripple Creek, and Pikes Peak Christian girls and boys teams.  CSS girls face off with PPC at 5:30 Friday night and the boys play at

Kodiaks Open Season at Limon Tournament

The girls’ and boys’ basketball teams opened their 2019-20 season with two games each at the Limon Tournament this weekend. On Friday the Kodiaks fell to Ignacio in both games.  The girls lost 26-42 in a physical matchup against the Bobcats but bounced back on Saturday with a 58-27 victory over the Cougars from Crowley

CSS Hall of Fame Basketball Coaches

CSS Hall of Fame Basketball Coaches by Anslee Wolfe   CSS coaches Vicki Vaughan and Cathy “Bos” Boswell were recently inducted into separate Hall of Fames for basketball at their respective high schools.  Although they were playing in two different states (Indiana and Illinois), they both were Lady Tigers and both still hold several school records