KETCHIKAN (KDN) — Summer baseball and softball games have continued to be played at both Walker and Dudley fields this month, as the Ketchikan Little League seasons have picked back up as community’s risk level for the novel coronavirus have gone down.

In the three days during the Region V tournament last weekend in Juneau, the Ketchikan High School Lady Kings doubled their number of games played this season — totaling six over a six-week span.

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Anchorage might have hit a record pair of rainy days this past weekend. But running in the rain certainly didn’t seem to bother the Ketchikan High School’s track and field team during the Alaska Schools Activities Association state meet.

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After a month away from the softball field, due to the community’s risk level for the novel coronavirus, the Ketchikan High School Lady Kings are now one win away from a Region V title.

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The Ketchikan High School Kings’ woes at the plate continued on Friday, as the Kings struggled to time pitches from Sitka High School’s Eman Barragan in the Region V tournament’s consolation game.

KETCHIKAN (KDN) — One month since their last baseball game, the Ketchikan High School Kings struggled at the plate, unable to time pitches from Juneau-Douglas High School hurlers.

KETCHIKAN (KDN) — Ketchikan Little League baseball and softball teams were back on the field this past weekend. Both Dudley Field and Walker Field were full of action as sponsored clubs competed.

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The Ketchikan High School track and field team competed at the Region V meet at Thunder Mountain High School this weekend. While both the Juneau-Douglas High School boys’ and girls’ squads won the meets, scoring 90 and 80 points, respectively, Kayhi’s boys’ and girls’ squads finished second …

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A dozen Ketchikan High School wrestlers grappled at the Alaska Schools Activities Association state tournament this weekend in Anchorage.

KETCHIKAN (KDN) — While the Ketchikan High School wrestling team is in Anchorage this weekend, competing in the Alaska Schools Activities Association state tournament, the Kayhi track and field squad is participating in the Region V meet in Juneau.

The Ketchikan High School track and field team traveled on Thursday for the Region V meet in Juneau, which is slated to start Friday afternoon.

Results have been finalized for the Totem to Totem Half Marathon, and in total 96 runners and walkers participated in the second virtual running of the half marathon race.

KETCHIKAN (KDN) — For the second straight week, Ketchikan Little League is calling off its baseball and softball game schedule. Although this time, practices aren’t allowed either.

KETCHIKAN (KDN) — Before Ketchikan Little League called off this weekend’s schedule of baseball and softball games, due to the novel coronavirus, KLL games were played on Tuesday, May 4.

Ketchikan Little League is putting its games on pause, due to the recent spike in novel coronavirus cases throughout the area.

KETCHIKAN (KDN) — Due to the recent jump in novel coronavirus cases in the area, and Ketchikan moving to its Community Risk Level 3, the Ketchikan Running Club has decided to forgo in-person participation for this year’s Totem to Totem Half Marathon.

The Ketchikan Gateway Borough School District responded on Tuesday to Region V’s letter regarding novel coronavirus mitigation violations at Ketchikan High School during the Bill Weiss wrestling tournament on April 24.

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KETCHIKAN (KDN) — Saturday marked Opening Day for the Ketchikan Little League. Despite the season’s opening ceremony being canceled, due to a recent spike in novel coronavirus cases throughout the area, KLL baseball and softball games were played at both Walker and Dudley fields.

 Former Ketchikan High School Kings cross country runner Isaac Updike set his quickest, the United States’ fastest this season and world’s best time of this year for the 3,000-meter steeplechase at the Oregon Relays in Eugene on April 24.

KETCHIKAN (KDN) — The southern Native Youth Olympic Traditional Games have been postponed, due to the rise in novel coronavirus cases connected to Ketchikan High School.

A pair of games; a pair of W’s — and the Ketchikan High School Lady Kings picked up right where they left off — two years ago.

KETCHIKAN (KDN) — Ketchikan High School was host to the Division II regional wrestling meet on Friday in the Clarke Cochrane Gymnasium.