The Skyview girls soccer team improved their overall record to 2-3-2 with a 3-2 victory over Ketchikan on Saturday at Skyview.
Nicole Van Ryzin and Joanna Graves gave the Panthers a 2-0 lead 30 minutes into the game.
Ketchikan answered with a goal, but Amanda Millay scored late in the first half for a 3-1 lead. Ketchikan then scored with 15 minutes left in the game. In the final minutes, the Kings had a chance to equalize when Skyview goalie Chantel Schefers deflected a shot. Ketchikan appeared to be ready to knock in the rebound, but Lei Lavea was able to clear the ball for Skyview.
Skyview coach Ronnie Kier said Melissa Massey had a great game at sweeper.
Nikiski girls win 1st game
The Nikiski girls defeated Seward 3-0 on Saturday to improve to 1-8 overall and 1-2 in the Southern Division.
In the first half, Clare Bennett scored on a penalty kick and Hillary Bogard scored on a cross from Jennifer Lukassen. In the second half, Lukassen scored after the goalie deflected a Bogard shot.
Nikiski coach Tom Bennett said goalie Hailey Driver had a great game in net.
Nikiski lost 5-0 to Ketchikan on Friday.
Homer boys defeat Grace
The Homer boys, missing two major defenders and playing four junior varsity players, defeated Grace 1-0 on Saturday in Homer. Beto Cosio had the goal for Homer.
The Homer girls lost to Grace 1-0. The Homer girls had defeated Ketchikan 5-1 on Thursday.
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