Photos by Jeff Brady
Intramural Honor Roll
Courtesy of Boyd "The Wheedle" Worley
Most Improved: Amanda Hoover and Riley Westfall
All Stars: Avi Vogel, K.C. Mayo, Krikit Bounds, Ty Ely, Rori Leverton, Jonny Castle, Jayce Ellis, Airk Cochran, Anna Korsmo, and Sydney Brown.
MVPs: Nikita Ford and Danny Moore
Records: 1) Narfers 7-0, 152 pts., 21.7 avg.; 2) Panthers 2-5, 98 pts., 14.0 avg,; 3) Chargers 2-6, 106 pts., 13.3 avg.
Most Improved: Amanda Jensen and Kayla Henricksen
All Stars: Tylor Forester, Devin Fairbanks, Kaylie ODaniel, John Doland, Emily Herbig, Jesse Ellis, Jacob Cotton, Michael Brown, Bryce Jones, and Thomas Etue.
MVPs: Paige Hahn and Mickey Wilson
Records: 1) Hakunamatatas 6-1, 141 pts., 20.1 avg.; 2) Airballers 3-5, 159 pts., 19.9 avg.; 3) Turtles 2-5, 133 pts., 19.0 avg.
First Pin for Panther
Skagway wrestler Kahled Jezini pins an opponent in the first round of a match in Petersburg last weekend. It was the Skagway teams only victory. Weather kept the Panthers from getting to Petersburg until Saturday and they had no time to warm up, said coach Josh Coughran. The other high point was a great match between Crystal Ketterman and Petersburgs Alena Nilsen, which Skagway lost on points at the end. Michelle Harris also lost a tough match in overtime. The Panther grapplers head to Sitka Nov. 5-6 for their next meet. Klas Stolpe, Petersburg Pilot
Spikers open tourney with wins
The Skagway High School girls volleyball team opened up the 2A seeding tourney here Oct. 26-27 with wins over Thorne Bay (25-14, 25-9, 23-25, 25-17), Klawock (25-23, 25-16, 25-17), and Kake (scoring unavailable at deadline).
The team then played defending region champ Hoonah Wednesday night.
Complete coverage of the tourney will appear in the Nov. 12 edition of The Skagway News.