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Lady Kings fall in three sets: Kayhi v-ball loses to rivals in final home match of season
Ketchikan High School sophomore Mady Purcell (15) bumps the ball Saturday during the Lady Kings' 3-0 loss to Juneau-Douglas in the Clarke Cochrane Gym. Staff photos by Taylor Balkom

Daily News Sports Editor

The Ketchikan High School Lady Kings volleyball team was defeated by the Juneau-Douglas High School Lady Crimson Bears on Saturday night at the Clarke Cochrane Gym.

Kayhi had difficulty obtaining and sustaining leads during the match, which lasted three sets and saw the Lady Kings fall by scores of: 11-25, 8-25 and 8-25.

With the loss coming on senior night, Kayhi is still in search of its first match victory of the season, but it will have to accomplish the task on the road.

Beginning just after the nine o’clock hour and after Kayhi’s seniors — Jadyn Lewis, Megan Cornwall and Lezille Sagrado — were honored, Kayhi took to the court in front of a humble group of home supporters.

The opening set of the match began with Kayhi and Juneau-Douglas going point-for-point, maintaining a competitive edge with each other and

The Lady Crimson Bears jumped out on a 4-0 run to start the second set en route to a 17-7 lead. Kayhi would only score more point before going down two sets to one.