Sports calendar for April 6

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Friday, April 8

High School Soccer

Boys, 4:30 p.m.,JV, JDHS vs Sitka, AK Field

Girls, 6:15 JV, and 8 p.m. V., JDHS vs TMHS, AK Field

High School Baseball

TMHS vs Ketchikan, Away

Saturday, April 9

High School Baseball

TMHS vs Ketchikan, Away

Friday, April 22

High School Soccer

Girls, 5 p.m. JV, and 6:45 p.m. V., JDHS vs Ketchikan, AK Field

High School Track & Field

TMHS vs Ketchikan, Away.

High School Softball

TMHS vs Ketchikan, Away.

Saturday, April 23

High School Soccer

Girls, 5 p.m. JV, and 6:45 p.m. V., JDHS vs Ketchikan, AK Field

High School Track & Field

TMHS vs Ketchikan, Away.

High School Softball

TMHS vs Ketchikan, Away.

Tuesday, April 26

High School Soccer

Girls, 5 p.m. JV, and 6:45 p.m. V., TMHS vs JDHS, TM Field

Friday, April 29

High School Soccer

Girls, 11:30 a.m., V, TMHS vs Service, TM Field; Boys, 1:15 p.m., V, TMHS vs Service, TM Field

Girls, 6 p.m., V, JDHS vs Service, AK Field; Boys, 7:45 p.m., V, JDHS vs Service, AK Field

High School Track & Field

TMHS vs Sitka, Away.

High School Baseball

TMHS vs Sitka, 5 p.m., Adair Kennedy

High School Softball

JDHS vs Sitka, JV, 1 p.m. and 3 p.m., MP#2.

JDHS vs Sitka, JV, 1 p.m. and 3 p.m., MP#2.

TMHS vs Ketchikan, JV 1 p.m., DP#4.

Homer vs Sitka, N/C, 3 p.m., DP#4.

Homer vs TMHS, N/C, 5 p.m., DP#4.

JDHS vs Ketchikan, C, 5 p.m., MP#2.

TMHS vs Sitka, C 7 p.m., DP#4.

JDHS vs Ketchikan, N/C, 7 p.m., MP#2.

Saturday, April 30

High School Soccer

Girls, 9 a.m., V, JDHS vs Service, AK Field; Boys, 10:45 a.m., V, JDHS vs Service, TM Field

High School Track & Field

TMHS vs Sitka, Away.

TMHS home meet, TMHS

High School Baseball

TMHS vs Sitka, 1 p.m., Adair Kennedy

High School Softball

Juneau Invitational Softball Tournament

JDHS vs Homer, 8:30 a.m., MP#2.

TMHS vs Sitka, 9:30 a.m., DP#4.

JDHS vs Ketchikan, 9:50 a.m., MP#2.

Homer vs Sitka, 10:50 a.m., DP#4.

JDHS vs TMHS, 11:10 a.m., MP#2.

Homer vs Ketchikan, 12:10 p.m., DP#4.

JDHS vs Sitka, 1:15 p.m., MP#2.

TMHS vs Homer, 2:15 p.m., DP#4.

Sitka vs Ketchikan, 2:35 p.m., MP#2.

TMHS vs Ketchikan, 3:35 p.m., DP#4.

JDHS vs Sitka, 3:55 p.m., MP#2.

Tuesday, May 3

High School Softball

TMHS vs JDHS, V, 5 p.m.; JV, 7 p.m., DP#4.

Wednesday, May 4

High School Softball

TMHS vs JDHS, V, 5 p.m.; JV, 7 p.m., DP#4.

Thursday, May 5

High School Softball

Away, Anchorage Invitational

Friday, May 6

High School Soccer

TMHS vs Ketchikan, TM Field

High School Track & Field

TMHS home meet, 9 a.m., TMHS

High School Baseball

TMHS vs Petersburg, Away

High School Softball

Away, Anchorage Invitational

Saturday, May 7

High School Soccer

TMHS vs Ketchikan, TM Field

High School Track & Field

TMHS home meet, 9 a.m., TMHS

High School Baseball

TMHS vs Petersburg, Away

High School Softball

Away, Anchorage Invitational

Friday, May 13

High School Soccer

Boys, 5 and 6:45 p.m., , JDHS vs Ketchikan, AK Field

High School Track & Field

TMHS vs Haines, Away

High School Baseball

TMHS vs JDHS, 5 p.m., Adair Kennedy

High School Softball

TMHS vs Ketchikan, V, 5 p.m.; JV, 7 p.m., DP#4.

Saturday, May 14

High School Soccer

Boys, 5 and 6:45 p.m., JDHS vs Ketchikan, AK Field

High School Track & Field

TMHS vs Haines, Away

High School Baseball

TMHS vs JDHS, 1 p.m., Adair Kennedy

High School Softball

TMHS vs Ketchikan, V, 3 p.m.; JV, 5 p.m., DP#4.

Tuesday, May 17

High School Soccer

Boys, 5 and 6:45 p.m., , JDHS vs TMHS, AK Field

Wednesday, May 18

High School Soccer

Boys, 5 and 6:45 p.m., , TMHS vs JDHS, TM Field

Friday, May 20

High School Soccer

Girls, 5 and 6:45 p.m., , JDHS vs TMHS, AK Field

High School Track & Field

Region meet at TMHS 9 a.m.

High School Softball

Away, Sitkat

Saturday, May 21

High School Soccer

Girls, 5 and 6:45 p.m., , TMHS vs JDHS, TM Field

High School Track & Field

Region meet at TMHS 9 a.m.

High School Softball

Away, Sitka

Thursday, May 26

High School Baseball

TMHS vs Petersburg (Regions), Away

Friday, May 27

High School Track & Field

State in Anchorage

High School Baseball

TMHS vs Petersburg (Regions), Away

High School Softball

TMHS vs JDHS, V, 5 p.m.; JV, 7 p.m., Melvin Park

Saturday, May 28

High School Track & Field

State in Anchorage

High School Baseball

TMHS vs Petersburg (Regions), Away

High School Softball

TMHS vs JDHS, V, 5 p.m.; JV, 7 p.m., Melvin Park

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