Gridlocked at zero and neither team giving an inch, something had to decide who gets to play in the 2016 boys state soccer championship.
Ultimately, the Kenai Kardinal boys pulled off a feat no other Kenai Peninsula soccer team had accomplished in 17 years of trying Friday evening at Service High Sc...
"Run fast. Jump far."
Those are the words of Kenai Central track and field coach Chris Hanson regarding the not-so-secret strategy to success at the season-ending Class 4A and 1-2-3A track and field meets at Dimond Alumni Field in Anchorage.
The Kenai Central and Service girls soccer teams waited 80 minutes to begin their state soccer tournament quarterfinal Thursday evening, but after all that, it took only 23 seconds for the Cougars to strike.
It has been decided, due to the wonderful weekend weather forecast, that I would do the column. If it looks like rain, we will have Zac Cowan write them.
We continue have green grass coming in super fast.
Twin City Raceway in Kenai has its season opener for circle track racing Saturday and Sunday.
On both days, the general admission gate opens at 4 p.m., qualifying begins at 4:15 p.m. and the green flag drops at 6 p.m.
Despite the limitations of school size and lack of access to a year-round playing surface, Kenai Peninsula schools will try to keep making their presence felt when the state soccer tournament kicks off Thursday at Service and Eagle River high schools.