Vikings drop home series to Ketchikan


Photo courtesy of Katie Holmlund

Jack Engell launches his glove toward the ball as he tries to make the catch and beat the sliding Ketchikan runner to second base.

The Petersburg High School baseball team went up against the Kayhi Kings in a home series last weekend but lost all three games against the tough opposition.

"They're just a really good team and I can't say enough about the program, they've historically been a really good team for years and they do everything the right way," Head Coach Jim Engell said of the visitors.

The Kings took a mercy rule victory in the first game Friday night, beating Petersburg 10-0 after five innings.

Lathum Johnson started the game for the Vikings and gave up seven runs, six of which were earned, over 3.2 innings...

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