Lady Kings volleyball split with Juneau-Douglas over the weekend. In conference action the varsity team dominated the first match, winning 3-0 (25-20, 25-17, 25-18). In the second match, Kayhi lost 3-2 (19-25, 25-19, 20-25, 25-9, 16-14).
Kayhi cross country earned fourth place in the Petersburg Jack Eddy Invitational. Junior Paul Allmendinger lead the Kayhi boys with a 9th place overall finish and 4th in the region with a personal record of 18:20. Senior Tori Seley lead the girls with a time of 22:46 and finished 14th overall, 9th place in region.
Kayhi football forfeited to Thunder Mountain Friday night in Juneau. Trailing 21-0 with 7:38 in the 2nd quarter, Kayhi Seniors Trevor Brock and Nico DeGuzman were injured, both on the same play. Brock left with intense back spasms and DeGuzman with a concussion. No flags were called and the game continued. With 5 minutes left in the 2nd quarter, Kayhi coaches announced a forfeit and walked off the field.
Kayhi competed in a dual meet against Thunder Mountain this past weekend. Friday night Kayhi scored 155 for the girls and 99 for boys behind Thunder Mountain’s scores of 195 on the girls end and 171 for boys. On Saturday the Lady Kings scored 174 and the Kings 124 compared to Thunder Mountain’s girls score of 196 and 176 for the boys.