The Lady Kings (0-4-1) host Soldotna High School Thursday at 5:00 p.m. at Esther Shea Field. This will be the 3rd time the Lady Kings have faced Sohi in the past two years (0-2). Senior Captain Ezrie Anderson is feeling very confident and prepared for tomorrows game.
“We can’t expect the game to go our way but I know that if we work hard and play together we have a good chance to win” said Anderson.
Anderson also spoke on how the offense has been practicing a lot preparing for the upcoming game. “Our offense has really improved and I’m excited to see what happens tomorrow,” said Anderson. “The team just needs to go out and leave it all on the field”.
Track & Field
Kayhi’s track & field team will compete in Sitka’s annual invitational meet over the weekend. Due to prom, many seniors will be staying behind, and will not attend this meet.
Top runner for the Kayhi girls team, “Sitka particularly isn’t my favorite trip because of their dirt track, but that isn’t going to stop us this weekend. Our plan is to go score as many points as possible.” sophomore Rachel Knight said.
Freshman runner Brent Capps is excited for his weekend in Sitka. “It’s going to be good for us to go to a meet without our captains. We’re going to get to experience being on our own more and it will be a good change of pace with regions soon approaching.”
The meet will start at 1 p.m. on Friday and 10 a.m on Saturday.
Thirty athletes from Kayhi will be competing in Sitka over the weekend along with 5 teams from Juneau Douglas, Thunder Mountain, Haines, Sitka, and Ketchikan.
Kayhi Baseball (8-2-2) takes on the Sitka Wolves this Friday and Saturday. Kayhi dominated the Vikings, scoring 16 points in the first inning of Saturday’s game. Senior Cody Kemble believes that they can use last weekend as momentum for this weekends games.
“We were stroking last weekend,” Kemble said.
“We had 10 hits in the first inning, we just need to stay consistent at the plate, and we’ll definitely win this weekend.”
Friday Varsity Double Header: 4 and 7 p.m.
Saturday: 12 p.m.
The Lady Kings (2-1, 1-1) host Juneau-Douglas (0-3, 0-2) this weekend. They kick it off with a conference game Friday at 6 p.m. The Kings play a doubleheader Saturday at 1 p.m. (conference) and then 4 p.m. (non-conference).
Sophomore Dyllan Borer said the team needs consistent effort this weekend.
“We’re going to come into every game with the same energy that we did Friday,” said Borer. “These first two games are the ones that count towards seeding, so we need to buckle down and everybody needs to play with everything they got.”