SE roundup: Dierick helps Yakutat sweep Thorne Bay in Class 2A showdown

Wrangell girls get two wins against Haines

Posted: Wednesday, January 25, 2006

Kyle Dierick exploded for 38 points and Sam Ferguson tallied 21 Saturday as Class 3A Southeast Conference-leading Yakutat completed a sweep of Thorne Bay with a 73-45 victory.

Alin Vale added two points, Tracy Jackson scored eight and Stephen Adams posted three for the Eagles (8-1, 6-0 Class 2A SE).

Josh Christy scored 15 points for Thorne Bay (2-6, 2-6 Class 2A SE). Jesse Grant had 12 points and Jake Howell netted 10 in the Wolverines' loss.

On Friday, Dierick scored 23 points and Ferguson posted 14 as Yakutat downed Thorne Bay 71-50.

Jackson contributed 12 points, Vale posted nine points and Keith Ivers chipped in with seven points for the Eagles.

Christy led Thorne Bay with 18 points.

Ryan Gray and Jesse Grant scored 10 points each in the loss.

Yakutat 84, Klawock 8

Sam Ferguson scored 20 points and Kyle Dierick added 15 points in Yakutat's rout of Klawock on Thursday.

Sean Hall and Richard Kato scored for Klawock (0-2, 0-2 Class 2A SE).

Yakutat 77, Klawock 25

Alin Vale scored 19 points and Jack Kluskin contributed 14 points in Yakutat's Wednesday win over Klawock.

Kyle Dierick posted 11 points, Sam Ferguson contributed nine, Doug Ross scored eight, Stephen Adams chipped in with four while Carl Borqven and Keith Ivers scored two each.

Ryan Armour led the Chieftains with eight points.

Craig 89, Yakutat 75

Mike Demmert poured in 28 points, and Nick Mackie hit four 3-pointers and scored 16 points as Craig knocked off Yakutat Thursday.

James Seley added 21 points, Serafin Lara added 16 points and Charles Deffenbaugh posted eight points for Craig.

Tracy Jackson led Yakutat with 23 points while Kyle Dierick posted 22 points.

Sam Ferguson and Jack Kluskin scored eight points each, Alin Vale contributed seven points, Doug Ross scored five points and Stephen Adams added two points in the defeat.

Metlakatla 82, Haines 53

Three different Metlakatla players scored in double-figures in a Saturday rout of Haines.

Creighton Boyd had 14 points, Clifton Guthrie added 13 and Aaron Brenisle scored 10 points for the Chiefs. Also for Metlakatla, Layte Hudson and Donald Tompkins posted nine points each while Ashton Haywood, Dean Mahan and Jason Enright scored six points a piece.

For Haines, Matt Lougee scored a game-high 18 points while four 3-pointers.

Bryan Combes added 11 points and Wayne Stickler scored nine points for Haines.

Haines JV 50, Metlakatla JV 49

Haines' junior varsity outscored Metlakatla's JV 22-8 in the fourth quarter to earn the win on Saturday.

Ryan Olson led Haines with 15 points while Orion Falvey had 10 points.

Jason Enright led the Chiefs with 11 points while Brad Martinez contributed 10 points in the defeat.

Angoon 70, Hoonah 57

Aaron Kearns scored 26 points, 17 in the fourth quarter, to lift Angoon past Hoonah Thursday.

Marcus Jamestown had 17 points, John Croasmun posted 16 points and Michael Howard added six points for Angoon (3-3, 3-3 SE).

David Lindstrom led Hoonah (4-5, 3-3 SE) with 18 points.

Mike Koenig scored 16 points, Charles Carteeti added nine points and Thomas Norris poured in seven points for the Braves.

Angoon 68, Hoonah 52

Angoon opened its two-game set with Hoonah with a win Wednesday.

Marcus Jamestown poured in 27 points for the Eagles.

Aaron Kearns and Mike Howard scored 12 points each, John Croasmun contributed 10 points, Konrad Frank had six points and John Howard hit a free throw for the Eagles.

David Lindstrom led the Braves with 18 points while Austin Lindoff scored 14 points.

Mike Koenig scored six points, Thomas Norris and Killian Skaflestad had four points each, Charles Carteeti hit a 3-pointer and Steve Montantes scored two points for Hoonah.

Kake 46, Thorne Bay 40

Derek Knudsen's 16 points lifted Kake past Thorne Back on Wednesday in a Class 2A matchup.

Trevor Rostad had nine points, Lance Drake scored six points and Xavier Friday posted five points for Kake (4-0, 4-0 SE). Shawn Jackson and Dean Cavanaugh scored four points each while Jesse Willis hit a field goal for the Thunderbirds.

Josh Christy led Thorne Bay with 17 points while Casey McDougal added 10 in the defeat.

Jake Howell scored nine points and Jesse Grant had four points for the Wolverines.

Kake 47, Thorne Bay 41

Kake slipped past Thorne Bay last Tuesday behind 17 points from Derek Knudsen.

Dean Cavanaugh posted 12 points, while Xavier Friday added four points for the Thunderbirds.

Lance Doake, Trevor Rostad, Anthony Mach and Shawn Jackson all scored for Kake.

Thorne Bay was led by Josh Christy with 14 points.

Ryan Gray, Jesse Grant, Casey McDougal and Jake Howell all scored for the Wolverines.


Yakutat 48, Klawock 24

Rose Fraker poured in 10 points as Yakutat upended Klawock on Saturday.

Heidi and Hannah Esbenshade tallied eight points each, while Crystal Porter and Esther Esbenshade contributed four points each for the Eagles.

Jennifer Plumley scored a team-high eight points for the Lady Chieftains. Natalie Skinna added six points, and Janelle Macasaet scored five points for Klawock.

Yakutat 47, Klawock 18

Hannah Esbenshade's 18 points catapulted Yakutat to a win over Klawock on Friday.

Heidi Esbenshade and Sharnel Vale added eight points each, while Crystal Porter, Rose Fraker, Sylvia Schumacher, Ashton Schmidt and Esther Esbenshade all scored in the win.

For Klawock, Natalie Skinna had six points and Janelle Macasaet scored five points.

Samantha Morgan, Yadira Ramirez, Noelle Demmert and Cathia Demmert also had points for the Lady Chieftains.

Wrangell 78, Craig 51

Michelle Villarma scored 24 points to lead Wrangell past Craig on Saturday.

Laurie Brown scored 14 points and had 12 rebounds while Tessa Appleman added 18 points and seven boards for Wrangell.

Nicole Moots had 16 points for Craig while Jen Haydu posted seven points.

Wrangell 61, Craig 27

A balanced scoring attack pushed Wrangell past Craig on Friday.

Michelle Villarma scored 18 points, ripped down nine rebounds and made seven steals in the win. Courtney McCay added 14 points and Tess Appleman contributed 12 points for the Wolves.

Jennifer Haydu scored a team-high six points for Craig. Emily Haydu and Aimee Castle scored five each in the defeat.

Hoonah 46, Angoon 28

Amber Lampe knocked down five 3-pointers and finished with 23 points to lead Hoonah past Angoon on Thursday.

Jessica Skaflestad added 14 points, Carissa Mills scored six points, Brooke Lampe contributed three points and Treana White hit a free throw for the Braves.

For Angoon, Sam Williams scored 19 points in the loss.

Rose Frank, Donella Frank, Kara James and LeAnne Jack all scored for the Eagles.

Yakutat 77, Craig 27

Hannah Esbenshade scored 20 points, Heidi Esbenshade had 13 points and Sharnel Vale posted 12 points as Yakutat routed Craig on Jan. 17.

Also for the Eagles, Rose Porter scored eight points, Rose Fraker hit a 3-pointer, Sylvia Schumacher added seven points, Ashton Schmidt scored five points and Esther Esbenshade contributed nine in the win.

Nicole Moots led Craig with nine points.

Jennifer Haydu, Kaylee Nelson, Nicole Porter, Kelsey Sheakley, Aimee Castle and Jessica Moots all scored in the defeat.

Mt. Edgecumbe 41, Kake 39

Gracelyn Johnson posted 11 points as Mt. Edgecumbe held off Kake last Tuesday.

Crystal Bergman scored eight points, Tasha Redfox had seven points, Diedra Thomas scored six points and Lynn Church added two points for the Braves.

Ashley Dolan led Kake with 10 points. Melanie Christopherson had seven, Sharissa Jackson scored two points, Lynette Aceveda had five points, Shaunte Sternod posted six points, Tabetha Taylor added two points and Shannon James drained a free throw for Kake.

Mt. Edgecumbe 44, Kake 40

Tasha Redfox scored a game-high 10 points to help Mt. Edgecumbe hold off Kake on Wednesday.

Gracelyn Johnson scored nine points while Diedra Thomas, Crystal Bergman and Sunnie Duncan added six points a piece for Mt. Edgecumbe.

Ashley Dolan led Kake with nine points while Sharissa Jackson contributed eight points in the win.

Melanie Christopherson had seven points while Shaunte Sternod and Shannon James posted four points each in the loss.

• Editor's note: The Juneau Empire sports staff would like to thank the Southeast Alaska coaches for providing the information seen here. The sports staff encourages coaches to fax or email their results and records for publication. The fax number is 586-3028 while e-mail results can be sent to

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