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Fall Sports Seasons Come to a Close

Saturday’s State Cross Country meet was the final event for the adapted 2020 Fall sports season.  Senior Orlando M. was the lone representative for the Kodiaks, finishing 77th overall in the 2A division with a time of 20:26. “He ran his heart out,” commented coach Jolly Cunha, “and we are so proud of how far he

CSS Tennis: Set, Match, Season

Even with a compressed season due to Covid-19,  the CSS Kodiak boys’ tennis team shared some season highlights. This team with 7 seniors was one of the deepest teams in school history. They won the Fountain Fort Carson Invite and beat Vanguard and Pueblo County for the first time. Fifth-year head coach Marc Knutila commented,

Boys’ Tennis Squeaks Past Pueblo County 4-3

Saturday presented the perfect day for a tennis match with blue skies and epic 70-degree weather. The Kodiaks, playing without #3 singles player Ben M. who was away on a college visit, were able to hold off Pueblo County for a 4-3 victory that went down to the wire with three double’s matches.  CSS’s roster was

Boys’ Tennis Beats Vanguard, Wins FFC Tournament

The Kodiaks are off to a 3-1 start in their second week of tennis action as team members are settling into their perspective positions. On Thursday, the boys defeated rival Vanguard 4-3 with wins from all three singles positions and the #4 doubles team. #1 Singles: Mark M. ’23 #2 Singles: Tristan T. ’23 #3

Tennis is Latest Sport Impacted by COVID-19

The United States Tennis Association (USTA) released a statement today advising not to play tennis during the coronavirus pandemic: “Based on the recommendations of the USTA COVID-19 Advisory Group, the USTA believes that it is in the best interest of society to take a collective pause from playing the sport we love,” the statement says. Wimbledon

That’s a Wrap: US Fall Sports Conclude with League Awards

Traditionally the school year begins with a sense of excitement in the air as life returns to campus and Fall sports action begins. The hustle and bustle of both outdoor and indoor events can be witnessed every day at 3:30 when athletes of all ages flock to the gym, changing out for practice. The overlap of

Tennis: Strongest Showing in Years in Region 6

In one of the toughest tennis regionals in the state, the Kodiaks finished in fifth place with some tough play and one of the best showings in years.  Phillip W. ’22 and Hayden H. ’20 sealed 4th places at the #1 and #2 singles positions. Luke T. ’20 and Ben M. ’21 also finished in