Crimson Bears Soccer Boys Nip Kings

    JDHS senior Tias Carney heads a shot on goal during the Crimson Bears 1-0 win over Ketchikan, Friday, at Adair Kennedy Field. Shown are JDHS' Owen Costello (24), Tayten Bennetsen (8), Micah Brown and Kean Buss (5).

    Juneau, Alaska (KINY) - The Juneau-Douglas High School: Kalé Crimson Bears boys soccer team got a tough home test from the visiting Ketchikan Kings on Friday at Adair Kennedy Field but held on for a 1-0 win.

      JDHS senior Tias Carney hit the games only goal with roughly five minutes remaining in the match with an assist by junior Kean Buss. Freshman Kai Ciambor broke down the defense in the Kings box, dribbling the ball through two defenders and touching a pass through to Buss who touched it in to Carney.

      Ketchikan will play Thunder Mountain today at 7 p.m. at Falcons Stadium. The match will be the TMHS Falcons senior appreciation night.

      This season the TMHS senior players included Wallace Adams, Cade Babcock, Talon Briggs, Ammon Kawakami, Phillip Lam, John Magalhaes, Miles Peterson, Seth Shannara, Darin Tingey, Jaden White, Bryce Albay, Omar Alvarez and Miguel Romero.

      JDHS will face Ketchikan on Sunday at 3 p.m. on Adair Kennedy Field. That match will be the Crimson Bears senior appreciation game.

      JDHS senior players this season included Solomon Alper, Tias Carney, Owen Costello, Ben Goldstein,  Samuel Holst, Cody Kesselring, Sam Marnon, Andre Peirovi, Zayden Schijvens, Ahmed Mezel, Callan Smith and Will Rehfeldt.


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