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KETCHIKAN (KDN) — Members of the Ketchikan High School wrestling team are in Juneau this weekend for the Brandon Pilot Invitational Tournament.

KETCHIKAN (KDN) — The Ketchikan High School wrestling boys’ and girls’ wrestling squads certainly made their mark at the largest wrestling meet in the state this weekend in Anchorage.

A full slate of matches is scheduled for the Ketchikan High School Kings and Lady Kings wrestling squads at the Lancer Smith Memorial Invitational this weekend in Anchorage.

KETCHIKAN (KDN) — Ann Phipps Graham won the final week of the Ketchikan Daily News football contest, correctly predicting the outcomes of 14 out of a possible 21 NFL and college football games this past weekend. Phipps Graham will receive the weekly prize of a three-month subscription to the…

Ketchikan High School wrestling coach Matt Hamilton leaned over to his friend, and commented about the moment that was taking place under the spotlights on the center mat during the Bill Weiss Wrestling Tournament championships on Saturday.

Before the spotlights shined down on the center mat inside Clarke Cochrane Gymnasium on Saturday, a pair of champions went head-to-head.

KETCHIKAN (KDN) — The Ketchikan High School wrestling team is hosting the Bill Weiss Wrestling Tournament this weekend.

Just before public address announcer Keith Perkins acknowledged the Region V 4A All Academic Volleyball Team, he paused to recognize the Ketchikan High School Lady Kings.

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From the get-go, Ketchikan and Juneau-Douglas high schools were bound for a back-and-forth battle inside the friendly confines of Clarke Cochrane Gymnasium on Friday.

KETCHIKAN (KDN) — With Friday’s preliminaries concluded, three southern Southeast Alaska swimmers are advancing to the Saturday’s finals in the 2021 ASAA/First National Bank Alaska Swim & Dive State Championships at Bartlett High School in Anchorage.

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KETCHIKAN (KDN) — It was a full night of basketball on Tuesday at Schoenbar Middle School, as the boys’ and girls’ basketball teams hosted Ketchikan Charter School and Ketchikan High School freshmen squads.

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KETCHIKAN (KDN) — Just as they had done last week, the Schoenbar Middle School boys’ and girls’ basketball teams on Tuesday hosted the Ketchikan Charter School teams, as well as the Ketchikan High School freshmen squads.

KETCHIKAN (KDN) — Bob Caverly has won the eighth week of the Ketchikan Daily News football contest, correctly predicting the outcomes of 17 out of a possible 21 NFL and college football games this past weekend. Caverly will receive the weekly prize of a three-month subscription to the Daily News.

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A week before Ketchikan High School was scheduled to host the Region V swim and dive meet, Kayhi’s squad did a test run — giving the First City’s competitors a chance to swim their events, in preparation for the regional championships a week later.

The Ketchikan High School swim and dive team is set to host the Region V meet this weekend at the Gateway Aquatic Center.

KETCHIKAN (KDN) — The Ketchikan Junior Shotgun League sent five sharpshooters to the Seventh Annual Juneau Gun Clubs Southeast Tournament last weekend.

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The Schoenbar Middle School boys’ and girls’ basketball teams hosted the boys’ and girls’ squads from Charles R. Leask Sr. Middle School from Metlakatla this weekend. The two schools went toe-to-toe with A and B team matchups at Ketchikan High School on Friday and Saturday.

KETCHIKAN (KDN) — The Schoenbar Middle School boys’ and girls’ basketball teams are hosting squads from Charles R. Leask Sr. Middle School from Metlakatla this weekend.

KETCHIKAN (KDN) — The Ketchikan Killer Whales Swim Club competed in Sitka earlier this month, as the Baranof Barracudas Swim Club hosted both the First City squad and the Glacier Swim Club from Juneau. The three teams went head-to-head in the October Splash from Oct. 8-10.

KETCHIKAN (KDN) — Sayers McAlpin won the sixth week of the Ketchikan Daily News football contest, correctly predicting the outcomes of 17 out of a possible 21 NFL and college football games this past weekend. McAlpin will receive the weekly prize of a three-month subscription to the Daily News.

KETCHIKAN(KDN) — The Ketchikan High School swim and dive team is scheduled to travel to Juneau for its final regular season meet this weekend.

A five-strong group of Ketchikan High School runners will be participating in the ASAA Cross Country Running State Championships this Saturday in Anchorage, led by Region V champion Mickey Lapinski.

Ketchikan High School swimmers and divers competed in two meets this past Friday and Saturday in Sitka, winning the combined team scores in addition to the boys and girls categories in both meets.

KETCHIKAN (KDN) — Small schools from around Southeast Alaska participated in the Region V Cross County Championship races this past weekend at Ketchikan’s Ward Lake.

Ketchikan’s Mickey Lapinski earned the Region V 4A Boys Cross Country Championship title on Saturday at Ward Lake, besting his closest rival by more than 41 seconds on a course modified due to flooding.

KETCHIKAN (KDN) — Jeff Jones won the third week of the Ketchikan Daily News football contest, correctly predicting the outcomes of 17 out of a possible 21 NFL and college football games this past weekend. Jones will receive the weekly prize of a three-month subscription to the Daily News.

KETCHIKAN (KDN) — The Ketchikan High School Lady Kings' junior varsity squad went toe-to-toe against junior varsity teams from Sitka and Juneau-Douglas high schools inside Clarke Cochrane Gymnasium on Saturday, winning two of their three matches.

Time and time again, the Ketchikan High School girls’ volleyball team was tested this weekend — and time and time again the Lady Kings met challenges, bouncing back through adversity, on the volleyball court inside Clarke Cochrane Gymnasium.

KETCHIKAN (KDN) — The Ketchikan High School cross country team competed in the Capital City Invitational on Saturday in Juneau.