Boys soccer settles for two ties

Staff Reports

The Kayhi boys soccer team tightened its undefeated conference record (2-0-2) knot with two thrilling ties at Thunder Mountain over the weekend.
The Kings created many opportunities but were unable to convert on around a half dozen shots on goal. Overall, both teams displayed a great defensive effort to produce a 0-0 game.
On Saturday both teams exhibited plenty offense. Thunder mountain scored two goals from deep and Kayhi’s Junior Rudy Pankow put in two goals for the Kings to end the game with a 2-2 score. Pankow’s first goal was an impressive scissor kick to the back of the net from Senior Nathaniel Jones’ throw in. Then trailing 2-1 in the second half, Rudy scored off of a through ball sent by the Kings defense to even the scores.

The Kings JV squad performed well against the Falcons winning Friday 3-2 and Saturday 3-1. Freshmen Isacc Jensen and Payton Steward led the team with two goals over the weekend.

The boys will be at Juneau Douglas next weekend.

 

 

KTB Spring Gala

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By Cheyenne Mathews
Editor in Chief

Ketchikan Theatre Ballet’s annual Spring Gala is this weekend in the Kayhi Auditorium. Performances are at 7:30 on Friday and Saturday. Younger KTB dancers will perform at 2:00 on Saturday. KTB dancers will be dancing in costumes that reflect this years theme, Oceans.

Softball goes 2-1 in Sitka

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Kayhi’s softball team won 2 of 3 against Sitka over the weekend.
The Kings  won the first two games 9-0 and 9-4 at Moller Park but lost the third 8-6.
Due to a scheduling issue, the loss will go on the conference record, putting the Kings in third though Kayhi won the first two games handily.
Typically teams will play two conference games, followed by a third which is non-conference. In this case, the first, not the third game was the non-conference.
The top two teams qualify for state.

Baseball sweeps West Valley

Regan Cloudy and Jacob Shay await the start of the third.
Regan Cloudy and Jacob Shay await the start of the third inning leading West Valley 7-0.                               JADE HODNE

By Jake Stout
Sports Editor

The Kayhi’s baseball team swept West Valley 10-3 on Friday and Saturday at the Norman Walker Field. Senior Casey Hendricks pitched most of the game Friday night. They didn’t have all their top players, but we expected to win said Hendricks.
“We expected to win, we have a solid team that works hard and works well together,” said Hendricks, “We can work on throwing strikes and having a better mind set at the plate.”
The Kings were up 10-0 before the Wolfpack scored. Junior Nathan Bonck only allowed one hit in four innings on Saturday night.  The Kayhi Kings also beat West Valley 10-3 on Saturday, making the Kings 5-0 on the season.
The Kings host Juneau Douglas and Thunder Mountain Thursday – Saturday.

Soccer and baseball in action

By Leif Svenson
Staff Writer

The Ketchikan girls soccer team will be playing their final home games of the season against Juneau’s Thunder Mountain Falcons today and Friday at the Fawn Mountain Field. The Lady Kings will be trying to secure their first win of the season after losing twice to the Bears. The JV games will be at 5 and Varsity at 7 both nights.

The Kings’ Baseball team will try and stay undefeated this Friday and Saturday against West Valley. After a successful weekend in Sitka, Kayhi will try and get some out-of-conference experience.

Track team hosts Zombie run

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The 4th annual Track and Field Zombie Run scared all ages from children to the elderly last night. The Track and Field team awoke from the dead and turned into zombies that tried to take the lives (flags) of runners as they tried to survive a 5k race.
Kayhi junior Leif Svenson won with a time of 18:41. The 130 participants was the most ever for the fundraiser.

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