Southeast roundup: Klawock beats Juneau C team by two points

Posted: Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Klawock received 26 points from Ryan Armour and 24 points from Rick Carle to knock off the Juneau-Douglas High School C team 74-72 on Thursday.

Chris Stockton added 10 points and 10 rebounds, Sean Hill scored 11 points, Deion Jackson had two points and Kyle Packer hit a free throw in the win.

For JDHS, Torey Franzen had 15 points while Jazz King and Eric Sele scored 12 points each. Justin Brooks had nine points, Colin Gozelski tallied eight points and pulled down 10 rebounds. Alex DeRocher scored seven points, Sean Kelly scored four points, Eddie Hurtte hit a 3-pointer and Brian Koenig scored two points in defeat.

Angoon 62, Klawock 56

Angoon swept Klawock on Jan. 15 as John Croasmun scored a game-high 26 points.

Kendrick Demmert had nine points, Michael Howard had eight points while Nathan See and Michael Croasmun had six points each.

For Klawock, Ryan Armour scored 14 points, Rick Carle had 13 points and Sean Hall had 10 points in the loss.

Angoon 62, Klawock 59

John Croasmun poured in 27 points as Angoon nipped Klawock on Jan. 14.

Michael Howard added nine points for the Eagles.

Klawock's Ryan Howard had 23 points, Rick Carle scored eight points while Kyle Packer and Deion Jackson had six points each.

Angoon 71, Hydaburg 31

John Croasmun poured in 18 points as Angoon knocked off Hydaburg on Jan. 10.

Michael Howard scored 13 points, William Silva-Cole had 10 points and Kendrick Demmert had eight points in the win.

Edward Jack and Nathan See had five points each for the Eagles.

For the Warriors, Sebastian Bowker tallied a game-high 14 points and Cory Lockhart had five points. Patt Edenshaw, Silas Fawcett and Josh Peele scored two points each.

Angoon 47, Hydaburg 23

Angoon's John Croasmun tallied 27 of Angoon's 47 points in a Jan. 11 win over Hydaburg.

Sebastian Bowker led Hydaburg with 15 points while Allen Dilts tallied eight points. Cory Lockhart chipped in six points in the loss.

Klawock 47, Skagway 46

No statistics were available.


Klawock 40, Angoon 24

Jennifer Plumley's 13 points lifted Klawock past Angoon on Jan. 15.

Natalie Skinna scored 10 points and Rachel Busse had nine points for Klawock.

Roxann Braley led Angoon with eight points while Donella Frank and Rose Frank scored six points each.

Angoon 44, Klawock 38

Shiann Braley had 17 points and Ladonna Johnson added 11 points in Angoon's win over Klawock on Jan. 14.

Rose Frank added 10 points and Roxann Braley had six points for the Eagles.

Natalie Skinna and Jennifer Plumley led Klawock with 10 points each. Tess Larson had eight points and Rachel Busse had six points in defeat.

Angoon 50, Hydaburg 38

Ladonna Johnson had 12 points, Vivian Croasmun and Roxann Braley scored 10 points each as Angoon toppled Hydaburg on Jan. 10.

Shiann Braley had nine points, Donella Frank scored five points and Rose Frank had four points in the win.

Stasha Guthrie had 22 points for Hydaburg while Tally Carlson added eight points.

Angoon 45, Hydaburg 39

Angoon's Donella Frank scored 11 points and Ladonna Johnson had 10 points in a Jan. 11 win. Korann Braley had 11 points and Shiann Braley added eight points in the defeat.

Stasha Guthrie scored 14 points and Tally Carlson added 12 points for the Warriors.


Haines 72, Metlakatla 53

Haines kept its perfect season alive with a win over Metlakatla on Friday.

Kyle Fossman poured in 30 points, Ame Cornacchione had 16 points and Orion Falvey had 12 points to lead the Glacier Bears (11-0, 4-0 Southeast).

For Metlakatla, Jacob Charles and Jason Enright had 13 points each while Zach Mills added nine points in defeat.

Haines 93, Metlakatla 60

Haines opened its series Thursday with a 93-60 win over Metlakatla.

Kyle Fossman scored 26 points, James Hart had 17 points and Chandler Kemp tallied 13 points for Haines.

Jason Enright led the Chiefs with 14 points while Herbert Guthrie and Ashton Hayward had 10 points each.


Haines 56, Metlakatla 30

The Misschiefs stayed close until midway through the second quarter as Haines rolled to a Saturday win.

Sam Clay led Haines (10-2, 4-0 Southeast) with 15 points. Christine Hansen had 14 points, Stoli Lende, Teslyn Visscher and Fran Daly had eight points each while J.J. Lende added two points in the win.

For Metlakatla, Brandi Patterson scored a game-high 23 points while Lakin Blandor, Amanda Hayward and Stephanie Enright tallied two points each. Jade Commack scored one point in the loss.

Haines 72, Metlakatla 42

Haines upended a shorthanded Metlakatla team on Friday as Christine Hansen poured in 16 points.

The Glacier Bears rolled to a 22-4 lead to start the game and coasted to the win. Stoli Lende and Carlee Heinmller had 12 points each, J.J. Lende scored 10 points, Abbey Jones and Fran Daly had six points each while Teslyn Visscher and Sam Clay had five points each for Haines.

Metlakatla was led by Brandi Patterson, who had 16 points. Amanda Hayward scored 14 points, Falicia Baldor had six points, Jade Commack chipped in four points and Lakin Blandor had two points in the loss.

The Misschiefs were down to just six players due to a number of players participating in the Acadeca competition in Craig that weekend.

Haines 36, Ketchikan JV 30

No statistics were available.


Juneau-Douglas JV 46, Sitka JV 26

Juneau-Douglas High School raced to a 30-14 halftime lead and didn't look back in Saturday's win.

Hannah Swofford scored nine points to lead JDHS while Annette Highley added eight points. Taylor Larson scored seven points, Hailey Pusich and Sarah Tarver added five points each, Kelsea Goodell had four points, Kristen Dierick hit a 3-pointer and Karli Brakes tallied two points in the win.

For Sitka, Richelle Ramil had eight points and Kim Trani scored six points.

Juneau-Douglas JV 37, Sitka JV 19

Juneau-Douglas shutout Sitka in the first quarter and rolled to a Friday win.

Hannah Swofford led JDHS with 11 points, Sarah Tarver had six points while Annette Highley and Kristen Dierick tallied five points each. Kelsea Goodell scored three points, Karli Brakes, Taylor Larson and Vika Toetuu had two points each and Emily Johnson hit a free throw in the win.

Kim Trani led the Wolves with 10 points.

• Southeast Conference coaches are encouraged to phone in, fax or e-mail their results and records to the Juneau Empire for publication. Contact sports editor Tim Nichols at 523-2228 or Coaches can fax results to 586-3028.

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