By Jocelyn Cannon
The Kayhi Swim and Dive team had their first meet over the weekend. Swimming Coach Gary Crowe said they don’t have the overall scores because they are waiting for the other teams to enter their scores.
“We don’t know right now they have to wait for the results that come from the other teams then they put it in the computer and score it out” said Crowe. The boys team did well and had personal bests in multiple events.
John Bullock had a lifetime best time in the 50 freestyle 23.94 and the 100 freestyle in 53.0, said Crowe. Owen cambell had the best time in the 50 freestyle and 100 breast.
Kayhi dive coach Eryn Brooks said there were some nerves with the divers but it’s only the first meet and there is room for improvement.
“They did much better today overall, but there were some nerves,” said Brooks. “ It’s the first meet of the season and I always say this is your bar setting, every meet from here on out we’re going to improve and increase our scores.”
Kayhi cross country sweeps first in person meet
By Lauren Olson
The Kayhi cross country team ran its first in-person meet on Saturday against Sitka and Mt. Edgecumbe.
Kayhi girls won overall as a team with a score of 25. Junior Paige Boehlert said that the team did well running against competitors in person.
“Running against people in person benefitted us as a team,” Boehlert said. “We won, and the girls haven’t won in a while.”
Kayhi’s top finishers were juniors Mickey Lapinski, with a time of 17:21 and Jenna Walker, with a time of 22:07.
Sitka and Mt. Edgecumbe will travel here for Regions this weekend.
1 Mickey Lapinski 17:21
5 Aiden Miller 19:04
8 Brayden Gentry 19:20
10 Owen Woodward 19:46
19 Phillip Smith 23:51
3 Jenna Walker 22:07j
4 Paige Boehlert 22:49
5 Maggie Boehlert 22:54
6 Ruby McCue 23:31
7 Anneliese Hiatt 23:35