The writing might’ve been on the wall, but the Alaska School Activities Association made it official on Tuesday.
Before the Ketchikan High School swim and dive team jumped in the pool at the Gateway Aquatic Center on Saturday, head coach Gary Crowe had a message for his squad — to swim as fast they could.
KETCHIKAN (KDN) — The Eagle River High School Wolves’ fall sports season is effectively over.
KETCHIKAN (KDN) — The Ketchikan High School swim and dive team is in the midst of participating in its second virtual meet this season.
KETCHIKAN (KDN) — Alex McKay won the fourth week of the Ketchikan Daily News football contest, after correctly predicting 15 out of a possible 20 NFL and college football games this past weekend.
Before the volleyball season began, Ketchikan High School head coach Kevin Johnson made it clear.
Shortly after Mickey Lapinski set a new personal record of 16:45 — his first 5K race finishing below 17 minutes — the Ketchikan High School junior paused to catch his breath.
There will be volleyball after all.
Saturday won’t be what it was supposed to be.
KETCHIKAN (KDN) — Joel Azure won the third week of the Ketchikan Daily News football contest, after correctly predicting 16 out of a possible 19 NFL and college football games this past weekend. Azure will receive the weekly prize of a three-month subscription to the Daily News.
The Ketchikan High School swim and dive team won’t know officially how they finished this weekend until all the results are tallied throughout Southeast.
Ketchikan High School’s first athletic trip outside the First City amid the novel coronavirus pandemic is officially in the books.
A couple of weeks ago, Ketchikan High School swimming coach Gary Crowe asked Kayhi’s Jakob Gonzalez and Lauren Olson to step up on the starting blocks, and swim as fast as they could, using whichever stroke they wanted to.
KETCHIKAN (KDN) — For the second time this season, the Ketchikan High School volleyball team will go head-to-head against former players.
Running the same cross country course can get tedious — and more and more mundane with each passing weekend.
For the second time this year, the Ketchikan Running and Walking Club hosted its Totem to Totem Half Marathon.
It was supposed to be Ketchikan High School’s home meet.
KETCHIKAN (KDN) — The Ketchikan High School cross country team is back at it again this weekend. But this time, Kayhi will play virtual host.
KETCHIKAN (KDN) — A trio of 12-pound salmon topped the charts in the Silver Salmon Derby over Labor Day Weekend. But Trey Acteson’s 12-pound, 13-ounce coho caught on Day 2 was the “reel” winner.
KETCHIKAN (KDN) — Technically, it was Thunder Mountain High School’s home race.
During the Lady Kings’ practice on Friday, Ketchikan High School head coach Kevin Johnson gathered his team together to let them know the news.
KETCHIKAN (KDN) — Just as it did two weeks ago, the Ketchikan High School cross country team will compete in a virtual race on Saturday.
KETCHIKAN (KDN) — The Ketchikan Daily News will attempt to conduct its annual football contest this year, beginning with Sept. 12-13 games.
All summer long, the Ketchikan Running and Walking Club has hosted its events virtually — the new normal in the novel coronavirus era.
It’s not too often the Cubs can say they won a championship.
It’s an obvious statement — the ultimate goal, for a high school coach, is to win a state championship.
There’s no doubt about it. This year’s cross country season will be one of the weirdest in recent memory — if ever.
KETCHIKAN (KDN) — The Ketchikan High School cross country team will be running its first meet of the season at Ward Lake on Saturday. And just like the Ketchikan Running and Walking Club has conducted its races this summer, Kayhi will be participating virtually.
KETCHIKAN (KDN) — Nearly two dozen diehard racers took to the streets of Ketchikan from July 31 to Aug. 9.
Once a year, Dudley Field becomes a place where current and former Ketchikan High School softball players congregate.
KETCHIKAN (KDN) — The Totem to Totem Half Marathon is on pace to be run a second time this year.
KETCHIKAN (KDN) — On what would’ve been the 45th Anniversary of the Blueberry Arts Festival on Saturday, several running enthusiasts got a jump start on the Virtual Blueberry Race.
The scoreboard at Walker Field read 8-4 on Thursday night, in favor of the visiting team.
KETCHIKAN (KDN) — There was drama in Monday night’s Ketchikan Little League senior baseball championship — and plenty of it.
‘Tis the Blueberry Arts Festival season.
A high school athlete who flies to a competition and tests positive for the new coronavirus during the road trip won’t go home when the game is over, Alaska health authorities said Monday.
Typically every year, Knudson Cove Marina hosts a Summer Solstice party.
KETCHIKAN (KDN) — The Ketchikan Running and Walking Club has kept its racing schedule up to speed virtually the past couple months.
KETCHIKAN (KDN) — The Ketchikan Junior Shotgun League team certainly kept its eyes on the prize during the Alaska Youth Education in Shooting Sports state competition last week.
Some of Ketchikan Little Leagues’ baseball and softball seasons are on hold after an unidentified individual failed to abide by state health mandates.
The Ketchikan Running and Walking Club is keeping pace with virtual races.
It’s been a long time since Ketchikan has seen a live sporting event in town — nearly three months to the day.
Ketchikan’s first virtual race is officially in the record books.
The baseball and softball fields have sprouted bases.
JUNEAU (AP) — Veteran musher Lance Mackey has had his 21st place finish in this year's Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race vacated because of a failed drug test, race officials announced Thursday.
Leigh and Mark Woodward always thought they’d teach internationally again.
A couple of years ago, Katie Sivertsen was in the middle of a training cycle for a marathon, and asked then-head coach of the Ketchikan High School cross country Leigh Woodward if she could keep pace with the Kayhi squad.
The writing might have been on the wall, but the Northwest Maritime Center made it official on Friday.
Chris Lee certainly had his options.
The Ketchikan High School KHighlites dance team felt defeated.
Katie Sivertsen has always been an avid runner.