Juneau-Douglas midfielder Margaret Sekona scored six goals in two games over the weekend as the Crimson Bears' girls soccer team topped visiting Ketchikan on Friday and Saturday.
The Bears beat the Kings, 10-0, on Friday and followed that up with an 8-0 performance on Saturday.
"I was pretty pleased with how are starters played tonight," JDHS co-coach Sandi Wagner said of Saturday's effort. "We left the starters in for about 20 minutes in the first half and they moved the ball, kept control, worked their crosses and passes good for the 20 minutes."
In Saturday's win, Sekona scored four straight goals and had an assist in the win.
Jessica Waste had a goal and an assist, Lindsey Cunningham had two assists, Jessy Post had a goal and an assist while Sarah Christianson and Lindsey Kato each scored in the win.
Monica Daugherty had an assist and Kirsten Jorgensen had two assists in the win.
Despite the dominating performances, Wagner believes they are still some parts of the game that could be improved upon.
"We're still doing some things wrong that we hope to improve on by Wednesday," Wagner said. "We need to be playing a little faster with a little more communication."
On Friday, Sekona had two goals and three assists in the rout.
Christianson had two goals and an assist, Rochele Rodman had a goal and an assist, Jordan Cunninghamscored twice, Telisa Rhea scored, Post found the net and Theresa Badilla had a goal in the win.
Jorgensen had two assists, Carly Lehnhart added an assist in the win.