Dylan Nedzwecky/Staff Writer
The Kayhi Lady Kings start off their regular season at home for a three game series this weekend against Thunder Mountain.
The Lady Kings are coming into this weekend after their last trip was cancelled due to heavy snow in Sitka.
Junior Shaelyn Mendoza is optimistic coming into this weekend after not being able to see any other team in two years.
“It is honestly a toss up because we don’t know how they play,” said Mendoza. “We do know they are usually scrappy so it just depends on how we go through it mentally.”`
Junior Maggie Boehlert can’t wait to finally get real in game reps.
“It is going to feel weird at first because we haven’t had actual game time experience under our belt yet as a team,” said Boehlert.
With the cancellation of Sitka, the Lady Kings are going into their conference games without any in game play in almost two years.
Senior Dyllan Borer said she is assured her team will be able to keep up with opposition despite all the bumps in the road they have been through.
“We haven’t played each other in two years, but I have confidence that we will win or at least compete with them,” said Borer. “I have no idea what to expect out of them but I know that we can fight and give it our best.”