Senior Nathan Bonck pitched a perfect game Friday as Kayhi baseball dominated Petersburg 26-3 going 3-0 over the weekend. Thursday’s scores were 4-1 and 5-2 in a doubleheader and Friday’s was 17-0, while senior Nate Fousel went 4-4 at the plate with a home run.
The Kayhi JV boys soccer team tied and beat Sitka respectively last weekend at Sitka. Friday’s game was a tie with the final score 2-2, and Saturday’s game was won by Kayhi 3-2. Friday’s goals were made by freshman Mark Jasper and sophomore Joey Karlik. Saturday’s goals were made by sophomores Collin Whitesides, Vince Tenebro, and junior Brandon Corporon.
The Kayhi Lady Kings (4-7, 3-3) went 1-3 at the Juneau-Douglas Invitational tournament this past weekend. They dropped the first three games a loss of 9-7 to Homer, and loss of 4-1 and 9-2 to JD, but were able to squeak out a comeback and win Friday night against JD 9-6. They lost their last game of the tournament on Saturday morning to JD 10-1. Their sole win came on a walk-off grand slam from freshman Jenna Miller. Kayhi was scheduled to have three more games on Saturday, but due to inclement conditions those games were cancelled.
Kayhi track finished first in six events over the weekend in Sitka. Coming off of a home weekend where Kayhi had three top finishers, Kayhi’s underclassmen went to Sitka and showed promise for the future. Sophomore Erika Rodanhisler had three first place finishes in the 400m, 800m, and 1600m. Other winning placements included sophomore Leah Benning in the high jump, and sophomore Joey Rhoads in shot put.
Kayhi track takes everyone to Juneau this weekend to compete in the Juneau Invitational at Thunder Mountain High School.
Erika Rodanhisler, 1st in 400m, 800m, and 1600m
Leah Benning, 1st in High Jump
Joey Rhoads, 1st in Shot Put
Desiree De Mello, 2nd in 800m
Edric Tiamzon, 5th in 300m Hurdles
Garrett Mulder, 7th in 100m