TMHS gains needed experience

Falcons progressing after latest tournament in Anchorage, Ketchikan wins again at East High

Posted: Sunday, January 24, 2010

Jan. 21

Erik Hill / The Associated Press
Erik Hill / The Associated Press

East 69, Thunder Mountain 25

THUNDER MOUNTAIN: Kibby 6, Tingley 6, Staveland 5, Marshall 3, Jeans 2, White 2, Ibias 1.

•Eyerus Tingley received Player of the Game award.

Jan. 22

Soldotna 56, Thunder Mountain 43

THUNDER MOUNTAIN: Staveland 16, Tingley 13, Ibias 7, Kibby 5, Marshall 2.

Soldotna - Forbes 9, Sholin 2, Dykstra 6, Ackerman 3, Van Antwerp 7, Duke 4, Hardy 14, Skjold 11.

•TMHS pulled down 43 rebounds with Shale Kibby and Jonelle Staveland grabbing 11 and 8 boards, respectively. Eyerus Tingley had 5 rebounds.

"We got them in foul trouble early in the game by aggessively attacking the basket which put us at the free throw line 12 times, finishing 13-24 (from the stripe)," said Nizich in an e-mail.

Thunder Mountain started the game with high intensity, but Nizich said the most impressive part of the game was that they came out for the second half with even more intensity than the first. She also said that the ball-handling from Eyerus Tingley and Sarah Solberg was noticeably better in this game.

Jan. 23

Palmer 53, Thunder Mountain 25

THUNDER MOUNTAIN: Staveland 6, Ibias 6, Kibby 6, Jeans 4,Tingley 3.

TMHS started slowly, but outscored Palmer 21-11 in the second half.

•Jonelle Staveland made the All-Tournament team.

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