Sports Recaps

 

Baseball
This weekend the Kings finished 2-2 at Sitka.  Junior Noah King, came up big on Thursday against Sitka at the plate with a double, although the Kings lost 10-9. On Friday, they took home the win against Juneau Douglas 9-3. Following the win, they fell short to the defending state runner up, South Anchorage with a score of 2-1. Junior Jack Carson, pitched the entire final game on Saturday, leading the team to a 15-5 win over Juneau Douglas.

Boys Soccer
The Kayhi boys soccer team lost both games to Juneau Douglas this weekend at home. Friday’s game was lost 3-0, and Saturday’s game was 1-0. Brennen Schultz, the goalkeeper, had a good performance on Friday, and Michael Gaugler, who plays right-defense, had an exceptional game on Saturday. Senior Rudy Pankow says that Kayhi played a lot better and more as a team for Saturday’s game.
“We were going for blood on Saturday, we got a lot more physical, and we played more offensively instead of defensively,” said Pankow

Girls Soccer
The Kayhi Lady Kings soccer team was swept this weekend by the Juneau-Douglas Crimson Bears. The Lady Kings (2-4-1) lost the Friday night game 2-0 and the Saturday night game 5-0.
“We didn’t play bad,” said head coach Neil Kinunen, “They just played better. A couple of the goals were pretty sloppy, but it is what it is.”
The Lady Kings get the upcoming weekend off before traveling to play Thunder Mountain in two weeks.

Softball
The Kayhi Lady Kings (3-3, 3-1) won both of their conference games in their first home series. They won the first game 6-5. In Friday’s game, Thunder Mountain took a 5-0 lead, but the Lady Kings responded in the bottom of the 5th, scoring 6 runs and getting the win. In the first game of the doubleheader Saturday, Kayhi dominated with a final score of 9-1. The final game of the series ended in a score of 11-8 in Thunder Mountain’s favor. The Lady Kings will be at the Juneau-Douglas invitational next weekend.

Track
Kayhi track was home last weekend for the Ketchikan Invite. The invite included Juneau-Douglas, Thunder Mountain, Sitka, Petersburg, and Thorne Bay. Kayhi had three, first place finishers, Bernadette Franulovich in the 100m, Erika Rodanhisler in the 400m, and Brian McClennan in shot put. Kayhi took 4th overall for girls, and 5th for boys.

 

 

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