SE roundup: Wrangell girls earn a sweep of Metlakatla

Haines girls win Don Hather Tournament

Posted: Wednesday, January 11, 2006

The Wrangell High School girls basketball team earned a weekend sweep against Metlakatla over the weekend.

The Wolves opened play Friday by topping the Miss Chiefs 44-37.

Laurie Brown led Wrangell with 14 points and 15 rebounds. Michelle Villarma added 10 points and five steals, and Amy Versteeg scored two points and made four steals.

Brandi Patterson led Metlakatla with 11 points.

On Saturday, Tessa Appleman posted 23 points and seven rebounds to lead Wrangell to a 47-44 overtime win against Metlakatla. Appleman scored 12 points in the fourth quarter and overtime, knocking down 6 of 7 free throws.

Britany Lindley contributed two points and eight rebounds, while Brown added seven points and seven boards for Wrangell.

Hannah Henderson scored 14 points, and Susan Thompson posted 13 points for Metlakatla.


Metlakatla 58, Wrangell 55

Layle Hudson scored 18 points to lead Metlakatla past Wrangell on Friday.

Donald Tompkins scored 10 points and Jason Enright added eight for the Chiefs.

For Wrangell, Dwight Yancey scored a team-high 17 points. Chris Haggard, Spencer Stavee and Ryan Howell contributed seven points each.

Don Hather Tournament


Haines 36, Hoonah 35.

Zdraca Jones scored 18 points, as Haines defeated Hoonah in the Don Hather Tournament final in Skagway on Saturday.

Jessica Skaflestad led Hoonah with 10 points.

Hoonah 28, Vanier 27

Hoonah advanced to the championship round by nipping Vanier on Friday.

Amber Lapme scored 13 points, and Jessica Skaflestad added 11 points in the win.

Haines 39, Tok 30

J.J. Lende's 12 points boosted Haines past Tok on Friday.

Christine Hansen added 10 points for the Glacier Bears.

Hoonah 53, Anderson 7

Amber Lapme had 20 points and Jessica Skaflestad added 13 points as Hoonah routed Anderson on Thursday.

Other results

Haines def. Porter Creek.


Haines 41, Hoonah 40

D.J. Lindstrom poured in 22 points in a losing effort, as Haines beat Hoonah in the third-place game Saturday.

Tok 50, Skagway 36

Skagway fell to Tok in the fifth-place game Saturday.

Trevor Cochran led Skagway with 11 points while Michelle Harris added six for Skagway.

Porter Creek 52, Hoonah 50

D.J. Lindstrom scored 20 points and Mike Koenig added 11, but Hoonah fell short to Porter Creek in the semifinal round Friday.

Vanier 36, Haines 35

Orion Falvey scored 14 points in a loss for Haines. Bryan Combs added 10 points in the defeat on Friday.

Skagway 47, Anderson 35

Jake Henricksen scored 19 points and Tiffanie Potter added 12, as Skagway topped Anderson on Friday.

Haines 88, Anderson 43

Orion Falvey, Jake Narum and Christian Lende all scored in double-digits, as Haines routed Anderson in the opening round on Thursday.

Hoonah 51, F.H. Collins 33

Hoonah opened tournament play Thursday with a win over F.H. Collins.

D.J. Lindstrom had 17 points and Charles Carteeti added 12 in the win.

Vanier 44, Skagway 27

Trevor Cochran's 13 points weren't enough, as Vanier opened the tournament by beating host Skagway on Thursday.

• Editor's note: The Juneau Empire sports department welcomes all Southeast basketball coaches to fax or e-mail results for the Southeast roundup. The Empire's fax number is 586-3028 and the e-mail adress is

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