SE Roundup: Petersburg takes two from Wrangell girls

Angoon boys split with Thorne Bay

Posted: Wednesday, January 18, 2006

The Petersburg High School girls basketball team swept Wrangell in Class 3A action over the weekend.

Callie Bell poured in 15 points on Saturday to lead the Vikings to a 42-30 victory over the Wolves (5-4).

Laurne Gusort had eight points and Sarah Aiken added five points. Hannah Meucci, Brenna McMahon and Chelsea Berg contributed four points and Camie Pederson added two.

Courtney McCay had eight points and seven rebounds for Wrangell, while Michelle Villarma posted eight points and six boards. Tessa Appleman added eight points.

On Friday, Bell scored 19 points and Hannah Meucci added 11 points in Petersburg's 45-38 victory. Emily Baldwin added eight in the win.

Appleman paced the Wolves with 20 points, while Laurie Brown contributed nine points and seven rebounds. Villarma had four points and five boards.


Angoon 52, Thorne Bay 42

Marcus Jamestown was one of four Angoon players to score in double-figures, as the Eagles topped visiting Thorne Bay on Saturday.

Jamestown scored 14 points, Aaron Kearns had 13 points and John Crosman and Mike Howard added 10 each.

Josh Christy led Thorne Bay with 20 points.

Thorne Bay 44, Angoon 42

Josh Christy's 15 points lifted Thorne Bay over host Angoon on Friday.

Jake Howell scored 10 points, Ryan Gray added seven points and Jesse Grant posted five points.

For Angoon, Michael Howard scored 14 points and Aaron Kearns had 12 points.

Yakutat 74, Skagway 36

Stephen Adams scored 14 poitns as Yakutat earned a win Saturday against Skagway.

Tracy Jackson had 13 points, Keith Ivers had 12 pointsa nd Doug Ross contributed 10 points for Yakutat.

Trevor Cochran led Skagway with 13 points while Josh Colton scored seven poitns and Michelle Harris posted six points.

Yakutat 82, Skagway 13

Kyle Dierick poured in 29 points as Yakutat routed Skagway.

Tracy Jackson scored 13 points and Alin Vale added 10 points in the win.

Jake Hendricksen scored seven points for Skagway.

Other scores:

Colony 66, Sitka 55

Colony 53, Sitka 36


Mt. Edgecumbe 59, Haines 32

Skeeter Atoruk scored a game-high 19 points, as Mt. Edgecumbe defeated Haines on Friday.

Sara Morris had 12 points, while Nicle Akaron and Victoria Smeatan scored seven points.

Samantha Clay led Haines with 10 points, while Zdravca Jones had seven points.

Mt. Edgecumbe 50, Haines 36

Kimberly Rychnovsky scored 15 points, and Skeeter Atoruk added 13 points as Mt. Edgecumbe topped Haines on Saturday.

Nicle Akaron scored seven points, Carlotta Evan had fve points and Sara Morris and Lori Wallace scored three points each.

For Haines, Zdravca Jones scored nine points and Samantha Clay had six points.

Yakutat 44, Juneau-Douglas JV 34

Susy Hurtte scored 11 points and Kristie Ely added eight points for the Crimson Beras.

Juneau-Douglas C 31, Yakutat JV 29

Every Juneau-Douglas player scored as the Crimson Bears nipped Yakutat's JV.

Jessica Hardy scored six points, Wendy Calderwood contributed five poitns while Kristin Pratt and Amy Bergman added four poitns each in the win.

Other scores:

Colony 54, Sitka 50

Colony 71, Sitka 41

• Editor's note: Coaches from throughout Southeast Alaska are encouraged to fax or e-mail results, including their records, to the Juneau Empire sports department for publication. The Empire's fax number is 586-3028 while the e-maill address is

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