If you let her out while she's excited, you're only reinforcing that behavior. Before letting her out of the crate, make sure she is sitting or laying calmly. I would remove the other dogs while you're training her to come out of the crate calmly, as they're a huge distraction and giving off a lot of excited energy, adding to your problem.
If you have a lot of trouble getting her to sit calmly in order to let her out, here are a few tips. Make her sit calmly before giving her food or treats, so she learns how to do it outside of leaving the crate as well. You can even use the word "calm" to teach her the command. At first, only make her hold it for a few seconds. That way she learns immediately the behavior you want from her. Then you can start extending the time you ask her to be calm. A clicker might help too, as you can instantly mark the behavior you like as soon as you see her do it.
My puppy barks (excitedly, I think) when she sees other dogs, so I asked for advice about it here yesterday since we were having a puppy playdate. A member suggested I only allow my pup to interact when she was sitting and being calm and quiet. So I kept her on leash and only allowed her to meet the other pup and play when she was quiet and calm. So, for me the take away is that any time your dog is overexcited, barking and jumping, make them be calm before engaging in any way. I would probably get up, let the labs out, then go back to Sitka, let her out when she is calm and not barking, and if she starts to bark and jump on the way to go outside, put her in a Sit. Every time she loses control, make her sit. Get her attention back on you.