Kayhi boys won the home meet Sept. 19. The boys beat the Crimson Bears by collecting 158 points over Juneau (109). The Lady Crimson Bears swept the pool with 319 points over Petersburg (77) and Kayhi (74). The Lady Kings only had five swimmers in the pool Friday, but they put up an impressive performance.
Kayhi went against rival Juneau-Douglas and Thunder Mountain over the weekend. Thursday the girls beat TM 3-2. Friday they lost against Juneau-Douglas 3-2 and on Saturday they beat both TM 3-0 and went five games against Juneau-Douglas 3-2.
Ketchikan Cross Country boys and girls both came in third place at Ward Lake Saturday. Erika Rodanhisler came in third out of 76 girls. Sylvan Blankenship came in eighth out of 132 boys. This was the last meet before Regions. Regions will be held in Juneau this weekend Saturday Sept. 26.
Kayhi football (1-3) traveled to Juneau to play Thunder Mountain last weekend, and came home disappointed after getting shut out 58-0. TM completely picked apart the Kayhi defense in the first half.
TM quarterback Q’on Bear-Clark ran for a pair of touchdowns, including a 75 yard rush, both in the first quarter.
Kayhi has one last road game at Seward this weekend.
-Jake Smith and Tamara Nunley