The Kenai Central girls and boys soccer teams turned dominant midfield performances into Northern Lights Conference Southern Division victories Tuesday at Nikiski. The girls won 2-0 while the boys posted a 5-1 triumph.
The Kenai girls soccer team defeated Grace 6-0 on Monday. The Kards and Grizzlies played to a scoreless draw on the boys side. At Skyview, Hutchison topped the Panthers 2-1 in the girls game and 2-0 in the boys game.
Kasilof biathlete Jay Hakkinen, who has been to four Olympics, will host a series of biathlon clinics around the area in the upcoming weeks. The clinics are called the Jay Hakkinen 5 for 5 Biathlon Clinic.
The Soldotna girls finished on top of the team standings after two days at the Skyview Invitational on Friday and Saturday afternoon. They accumulated 81.66 points, which bested Grace Christian’s 70 points and Kenai Central with 66. The Skyview boys team finished seventh in the team standings with 47 points to lead peninsula schools, well behind the 100 points Kodiak scored to win the boys side.
The Kenai Central baseball team opened its season with a 7-5 win over defending Northern Lights Conference champion Kodiak on Friday in Kodiak. Saturday’s game was called due to rain with Kodiak leading 11-2 with two outs in the bottom of the second inning.