The Kayhi swim and dive team placed fourth overall in their last regular season meet in Sitka. The Kayhi girls’ team fell two points behind Juneau-Douglas with 316 points, and the Kayhi boys’ team finished 47 points behind Juneau-Douglas with 232 points. Kayhi will be traveling to Juneau on Oct. 27th for the Region V Swim and Dive Tournament
Men’s Scores Friday
- Thunder Mountain: 333
- Sitka High School: 283
- Juneau_douglas High School: 279
- Ketchikan High School: 232
- Petersburg High School: 189
- Craig High Schools: 57
Women’s Scores Friday
- Sitka High School: 495
- Thunder Mountain High School: 372
- Juneau-Douglas High School: 318
- Ketchikan High School: 316
- Petersburg High School: 206
- Craig High School: 23
Men’s Scores Saturday
- Thunder Mountain: 340
- Sitka High School: 289
- Juneau-Douglas High School: 259
- Ketchikan High School: 197
- Petersburg High School: 173
- Craig High School: 45
Women’s Scores Saturday
- Sitka High School: 437
- Thunder Mountain High School: 322
- Juneau-Douglas High School: 285
- Ketchikan High School: 251
- Petersburg High School: 212
- Craig High Schools: 24
The Kayhi volleyball team placed third in the silver bracket at the Juneau J.I.V.E. Volleyball Tournament over the weekend.
Kayhi lost their opening match to Craig, which put them into the silver bracket where they went 1-3 with a win over Metlakatla. Kayhi lost to Juneau-Douglas 3-0 in a conference game on Thursday, ending the weekend with a record of 2-13 in the tournament.
Rosie Kacenas & Gavin Salazar
The Kayhi wrestling team placed first in the Tom Sims Invitational in Wrangell last weekend.
“Overall it went really well,” said coach Rick Collins. “Especially for the beginning of the season.”
Five Kayhi wrestlers took first in their weight class, and four took second. The team won the tournament with 210 points, beating the closest team by almost 100 points.
Junior Patrick Rauwolf said the team’s first tournament was a success. “Wrestling up a weight class was nice because I didn’t have to cut weight,” said Rauwolf. “The weekend went well, I got first place, and overall the team did really good.”
120 – Patrick Rauwolf
126 – Andy Collins
132 – Mark Jasper
138 – Brayden Linne
285 – Joey Rhoads
98/106 – Cassie Stout
126 – Charlie Blair
152 – Max Collins
170 – Brandon Weiber
The Kayhi volleyball team (0-14, 0-6) will be playing in the Juneau J.I.V.E Tournament this weekend held at the Juneau-Douglas High School. The tournament will start Friday afternoon with all 10 teams competing in one set matches.
The Kayhi swim and dive team is traveling to Sitka this weekend to compete in their last regular season meet before the Regional Tournament in Juneau.
The Kayhi Drama, Debate, and Forensics team is travelling to Thunder Mountain to compete in their first regional meet of the season on Friday.
Head Coach Dave Mitchell said he is looking forward for the first meet.
“The first meet is always unique in that it’s mostly focused for training and preparing first-year debate students in getting them knowledgeable, and making them comfortable with debate,” said Mitchell. “In terms of first year debate students, we just have a lot of really sharp kids who have joined. They will learn from the seniors and returning students, make some huge strides, and hopefully be able to compete at a high level by the end of the season.”
Co-captain, Frances Barry said she is looking forward to seeing the new members of the team see what DDF is all about.
“The first meet is always exciting. You go with all these first year students who don’t really know anything about DDF, and then they go and actually see what DDF is and what all the events are,” said Barry. “They also see how exhausting it is as well.”
Barry said she sees Kayhi maintaining their good performance from past seasons.
“I think we will continue our path in being one of the best overall teams in Southeast”
Ketchikan High School hosted over 50 schools Wednesday at the college fair. The goal was for students to talk with admission counselors and receive more information about the colleges.
Senior Verona Kamberi said that having the college fair every year is very helpful.
“I think it is a great opportunity, especially for seniors that are still looking for colleges,” said Kamberi. “There are so many representatives that are trying to get you to go to their college, all you need to do is just go up to their booth and ask the questions.”
Director Amy Potter from Alaska Pacific University said that having a college fair is a great idea for high schools.
“I think it’s really helpful to get exposure to lots of different types of colleges and universities,” said Potter. “Everyone is unique and finding a good college is important.”