KETCHIKAN (KDN) — For the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, Ketchikan High School's academic decathlon team traveled to compete in the AcDc regional tournament, this year held in Juneau.

The meet was hosted by Juneau-Douglas High School on Friday and Saturday, according to information sent to the Daily News via email on Saturday evening by team coach Peter Stanton.

"I was proud of the Kayhi team for doing especially well in the Essay, Interview and Speech events, but I have to admit that there were decathletes from Juneau and Craig that achieved some impressive scores in other events that our team couldn't match," Stanton wrote. "I hope these results will motivate our team to study harder and prepare more for the upcoming virtual state scrimmage that will take place January 14-15th."

Stanton provided the following results from Kayhi's decathletes:

• Nicole West placed second in essay.

• Sandra Johnston placed second in speech, third in interview, sixth in social science, seventh in music, ninth in math and 10th in science.

• Stephen Weston placed sixth in speech, social science and economics; seventh in music and art; and ninth in math and interview.

• Peter Satya placed third in social science, fourth in speech and interview, fifth in math, seventh in economics and 10th in essay.

• Elliot Yoder earned the 10th highest overall score at the meet, placing fourth in music, fifth in math and economics, and seventh in art and social science.

• Francheza Correa earned the seventh highest overall score of the weekend, placing fourth in essay; fifth in speech, art and social science; sixth in science, seventh in math and interview; ninth in economics; and 10th in literature.

• Logan Cope-Powell earned Kayhi's highest individual score and ranked 4th overall at the meet. Cope-Powell placed second in economics; third in social science, science and music; fifth in literature; and sixth in math, essay and art.

— Compiled by Daily News Staff Writer Raegan Miller