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Lethbridge College Kodiak player serves up history

One Kodiaks athlete has ensured his name will live among legends. Lethal left-side hitter Dax Whitehead has been officially named the most potent offensive volleyball player in Kodiaks history. Originally from Moose Jaw, SK, Whitehead joined the Kodiaks in 2013. Head coach Greg Gibos says that since joining the squad, Whitehead has been a driving

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Mikado sisters persevere

Losing a parent is a part of everyone’s life, but is something that isn’t anticipated to happen until the later years.  For some people the reality comes sooner such as Taya Mikado and her sister Sam who lost their mother and father before the age of 20. In 2012, the Mikado sisters lost their father

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Nothing but sunshine

Sunshine Mountain Village has opened up for the year, and that means more than just an occasional ski for Cooper Brown. Brown has been an avid skier throughout his life, starting at the young age of only two-years-old. Brown says that the mountain is already shaping up nicely, with lots of snow covering the mountain.

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Kodiaks clawin’ to victory

From Bunbury, Australia, to Lethbridge, Cory Richardson has been making a difference for basketball fans all over the globe. The Lethbridge College Kodiaks currently sport a winning 3-1 record, and that’s largely in part to the contributions Richardson has made on the court this year. Effort levels are a huge part of their success so

Sisiter Shantaya (left) and Hanna (right) Strebel show off their new rings.

Flying high above the hardwood

For one teenage girl, standing on the shoulders of giants started out as nothing more than a dream. That dream seemed out of reach for 19-year-old Hanna Strebel. The younger sister of Shantaya Strebel, a now-graduated Lethbridge College Kodiaks forward from Tabiona, Utah, has Down syndrome. Back in March, Hanna’s smile lit up the bench


Kodiaks women volleyball fighting for top four

Volleyball season is half way to provincials and the Lethbridge College women Kodiaks team believes that this year they will take their team to the final tournament With six games under their belt, the women’s Kodiak’s are sitting with a 4-2 advantage in the league. The Kodiak team has 12 senior players and four new

Fifth-year Lethbridge College Kodiaks forward Amy Arbon flys above team-mates and opponents from the Briercrest College Clippers Friday night.

Clippers fall prey to the Kodiaks

The Lethbridge College Kodiaks women’s basketball team start their season on the same note as the last, with a win. The Kodiaks won in their home opener Friday night in the Val Matteotti Gymnasium. With a new coach and a rookie roster, the team conquered a slow start in their opening game and used a dominating

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Will the real Montreal Canadiens please stand up?

Pure embarrassment. That’s all I can say about the Montreal Canadiens at this very moment. Before preseason started, Montreal was considered one of the front runners in the race for the Stanley Cup. They are currently sitting in 29th place in the NHL. Alexander Ovechkin currently sits at the top of the scoring race with nine