COVID Cancels Ketchikan Volleyball Trip to Juneau

    This weekend's volleyball games with Ketchikan were canceled due to COVID. Thunder Mountain and Juneau-Douglas will play each other instead.

    Juneau, Alaska (KINY) - The Ketchikan High School volleyball team has canceled their scheduled trip to Juneau this weekend due to a COVID-19 outbreak on the Lady Kings team.

      Ketchikan hosted the Region V Cross-Country Championships last weekend and a series of volleyball matches against Juneau-Douglas Yadaa.at Kalé and Sitka the weekend prior. JDHS was scheduled to play at Ketchikan last weekend but weather risk canceled that series.

      No additional outbreaks have been noted as of press time among teams that traveled to Ketchikan.

      JDHS will play a series against Thunder Mountain this weekend.

      The Crimson Bears will host the Falcons at the JDHS gym on Friday with varsity playing at 6:15 p.m. (JV prior).

      The Falcons will host the Crimson Bears at the TMHS gym on Saturday with varsity playing at noon (JV prior).

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