Staff writer/Dylan Nedzwecky
Due to the heavy snowfall Thursday afternoon, the Lady Kings preseason tournament in Sitka was cut off before they could even make it to town.
Senior Dyllan Borer was very disappointed about the outcome of the trip.
“It sucks not getting to play any games before going into conference games at home, especially when I haven’t played in two year,” Borer said.
According to Borer, the result of the tournament has made Kayhi’s season wonkier than COVID-19 has already made it.
“Ever since I’ve been in high school we’ve always had a preseason sort of thing,” Borer said.
With a team of brand new faces, Borer is let down by the fact they will not be able to play together until the games that really matter.
“It is a totally new team, and it just sucks not getting to play together before the games that count towards regions,” said Borer.
Nonetheless, Borer is open minded about the games to come.
“I guess we will see what happens,” Borer said.
Kayhi softball will play their first pair of games when they host the Thunder Mountain Falcons at home on April 23 and 24.