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The gridiron grind begins

...Andrew Rogers and first team senior DB Curtis McNeal among seven seniors and 13 juniors. Notable returners for the Kayhi Kings include first team senior outside LB Nate Fousel, senior interior LB Brian McClennan, senior WR Kyle Schnur and junior...
Crimson Bears control Kings on soccer turf

...boys soccer team looked like the class of the Southeast Conference as they kept their box clean against the visiting Kayhi Kings on Friday with a 7-0 win. They followed that with a 2-1 decision on Saturday.Crimson Bears junior Oswaldo Magallanes...
TMHS boys fall to Kings in double OT, 60-57

...Thunder Mountain High School boys basketball team fell 60-57 in a double-overtime thriller to the No. 1 seeded Kayhi Kings after trailing by as many as 12 points in the second half of the Southeast Region V Basketball Tournament semifinal...
Pure Sole: Review This!

...Cayce Southeast Age Group Championships team trophy.Ketchikan's John Brown, a four-year starter who guided the Kayhi Kings to four straight state basketball championships was announced as part of the Alaska Sports Hall of Fame Class of 2015...
Ketchikan Kings Boys Basketball

...will help us be prepared to be ready for the tough region tourney.(On early practices)Our chemistry is evident. KAYHI KINGS SCHEDULE:Dec. 12-13 home vs. Petersburg HomeDec. 29-31 home Clarke Cochrane Christmas ClassicJan. 7 at LathropJan...
Seniors volley on their night bearing on the Region V tournament next weekend in Ketchikan.No one told the Crimson Bears or Falcons.With the Kayhi Kings already assured of the No. 1 seed and a bye in the first round of the region championships, this weekend was all about...
Bears and fish fight to a draw

Big saves stopped big splashes from hitting the nets as the Crimson Bears and the Kayhi Kings battled to a 0-0 tie in girls high school soccer action Thursday night at Adair Kennedy Field.Juneau-Douglas continues to...
Crimson Bears boys fall to Kayhi Kings 59-54 in elimination game

The Juneau-Douglas High School boys basketball team led 7-2 early in Fridays 4A Region V tournament elimination game against Ketchikan but the Kings went on a tear with six 3-pointers in the first half including three by sophomore Matt Standley to take a 28-12 lead at the break.JDHS only found one basket in the second stanza, a Bryce Swofford shot off of a power rebound.
Thunder Mountain sweeps Kayhi in opening night at Thunder Dome

...confidence going into the rest of the games this season, no matter what happens down the road." TMHS FALCONS BOYS 56, KAYHI KINGS 48The TMHS boys got behind the shooting of seniors Matt Seymour and Josh Palmer and junior Jacob Calloway to take a...
Petersburg, Kayhi win Ketchikan Invitational track meet

The Petersburg High School Vikings girls and the Kayhi Kings boys topped the Ketchikan Invitational Track Meet last weekend, but the Falcons, Naomi Welling and Crimson Bears, Riley Moser...


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