K-Kountry Track Meet

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Ever since the first boys in 1926, Kanakuk has been running track meets as a way to promote sportsmanship and healthy tribal competition.  It is a great tradition and is always so fun to see the Choctaws, Cherokees, Kiowas, and Kickapoos show their spirit and compete with everything they have. 

You could feel the energy in the air today as the starting gun popped and the tribal cheers echoed across the lower fields. It was a great day to be at K-Kountry.







This afternoon, the guys were playing Air-It-Out and the girls were competing for tribal points in the Swim Meet.  A fun day of competition, spirit, and tradition. 

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