Juneau boys, girls JV teams sweep Colony at home

Posted: Tuesday, January 29, 2008

The Juneau-Douglas High School boys basketball junior varsity team had four people score in double figures in a 56-54 win over Colony on Sunday.

Colin Gozelski posted 11 points while Reese Saviers, Cody Grussendorf and Jazz King scored 10 points each in the win.

Lawrence Fenumiai had six points, Torey Franzen chipped in five points, Eric Sele had three points and Alex DeRocher hit a free throw for JDHS.

Collin Murphy led the Knights with 17 points while Connor Larson had 12 points and Cole Sherman scored 10 points.

On Saturday, Grussendorf scored 14 points as Juneau beat Colony 62-53.

Saviers had 12 points, Franzen and King scored 10 points each while Sele and Gozelski had six points each. Eddie Hurtte and DeRocher chipped in two points each for JDHS.

Rhowe Siefanski led Colony with 12 points.

In the girls JV games, Juneau-Douglas upended Colony 46-29 on Sunday as Taylor Larson scored 13 points.

Sarah Tarver had seven points, Annette Highley and Hannah Swofford had six points each while Jessica Pons-Hardy and Maria Weyhrauch scored four points each for JDHS.

Kristen Dierick, Karli Brakes and Shawnee Good had two points each in the win.

For Colony, Gabrielle Menard had a team-high 12 points.

On Saturday, Pons-Hardy and Swofford scored eight points each in a 41-33 win for JDHS.

Tarver scored seven points, Larson had six points, Dierick added five points, Nani Ostrom tallied four points, Olivia Henderson hit a field goal and Emily Johnson made a free throw in the win.

Kysha Mallo led Colony with eight points.

Both the Juneau boys and girls JV teams will take on Ketchikan this weekend. The boys will be on the road while the girls will host the Kings.



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