The Juneau-Douglas High School girls softball team split its Southeast Conference opener with the Ketchikan Kings, winning 8-4 on Friday and falling 6-1 on Saturday.
The Crimson Bears also lost a non-conference game 8-2 on Saturday.
“Pretty much every body contributed to the Friday win,” JDHS coach Dave Massey said. “We played pretty well. We made a few errors, but that is fairly normal for an early season game.”
On Friday the Crimson Bears put up eight runs in the first three innings, then held off the Kings, who put four runs across in the final four innings.