Junior Matt Standley scored 15 points in Kayhi’s 52-44 win over Soldotna Saturday. Kayhi’s stingy defense limited Soldotna to 17 first half points, but the Kings (11-9, 3-1) gave up all of the 11-point lead in the third quarter. The defense returned in the fourth quarter and Kayhi earned the split.
Kayhi trailed 30-15 at halftime Friday, but took the lead with just over two minutes remaining. However, the Kings were not able to hold the 1-point lead and lost 52-51.
The Kayhi girls basketball team (16-5, 6-0) rebounded after a tough loss to Colony with a 48-35 win over Lathrop Friday and 49-39 win over Chugiak Saturday. Sophomore AJ Dela Cruz scored 13 points and junior Eliah Anderson added 12 in the 4th place game.
Kayhi squandered a 6-point lead in the fourth quarter, last night, then fell 57-53 to Colony in overtime at the Lady Lynx Shootout.
Eliah Anderson led Ketchikan with 17. The loss sets up a matchup with Lathrop tonight at 5:30.
Sadies scheduled for Feb. 13 Time is running out to get a date for Sadies. The themed dance will take place next Friday at 9 p.m. The theme has yet to be announced.
Seward hosts Tsunami Bowl The Saber-toothed Salmon will be competing in the Tsunami Bowl in Seward this week. The 18th annual Alaska Region National Ocean Sciences Bowl will feature teams from across the state. The goal is to promote and reward students interested in ocean sciences. The Kayhi team is comprised of students Micah Briola, Autumn Davis, Ben Guevara, Keenan Sanderson and is coached by Julie Landwehr.
ACT on Saturday
The ACT test will be administered at Kayhi at 8 a.m. Students are encouraged to arrived a little early and have a good breakfast. The next ACT sign up is March 13 for the April 18 test. Students wanting to take the SAT on March 14 have to sign up before Feb. 13. The cost is $53.
Jazz Fest Select members of Kayhi’s musicians will be performing in Sitka at Jazz Fest today through Saturday.
The Lady Kings swept Juneau Douglas Friday and Saturday in the Clarke Cochrane gymnasium to remain undefeated in conference play. On Friday night the Lady Kings beat the Crimson Bears 59-35. Junior Courtney Kemble led the team with 20 points on Saturday night as Kayhi beat Juneau 71-29.
The Kayhi Kings boy’s basketball team got back on track over the weekend, winning three of four games in Juneau.
The boys erased a 20-5 deficit to win 58-51 Thursday against Thunder Mountain. Senior Alex Pihl then led the team with 19 points on Friday as the Kings beat Juneau Douglas 74-59.
Kayhi lost to Juneau Douglas 61-47 on Saturday but rebounded Monday led by junior Jason James’s 21 points in a 69-67 win against Thunder Mountain.