Sunday, April 18, 2010

Independent Light keeps on moving
A small item inside Thursday's paper deserves a little more mention.

Simple steps, big payoff in cloudy economy
Last week in our Clarion poll we asked readers about their personal finances. When the results came back, we were a little surprised, and we were intrigued by the candidness of many of the comments.

Teams hunt state berths
The number of varsity softball programs has doubled on the Kenai Peninsula, as Skyview and Kenai Central will field teams for the 2010 season. The Panthers and Kardinals join Soldotna, entering its fifth year, and Homer, now it its 10th season.

Play ball!: Popularity of baseball, softball grows in area high schools
Of the now six high school softball or baseball head coaches on the Kenai Peninsula, all agree that both sports are gaining popularity. Skyview and Kenai Central are proof. Both schools are introducing softball teams for the 2010 season.

Barnwell notches a pair of 2nd-place finishes
Seward's Allison Barnwell finished second in the 1,600-meter run with a time of 5:28 on Friday at the 2 Day Limited track meet at The Dome in Anchorage. She finished less than two seconds behind top finisher Kailey Wilson of Kenny Lake. Wilson and Barnwell again finished first and second, respectively, in the 3,200 on Saturday. Barnwell finished with a time of 11:56. Wilson came in three seconds ahead of her.

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