SE roundup: Kake girls split with Hydaburg in pair of Class 2A matchups

Yakutat boys take two games from Hoonah

Posted: Wednesday, February 01, 2006

Stasha Guthrie helped the Hydaburg High School girls basketball team earn a split with Kake on Thursday by scoring 24 points in a 48-42 Class 2A Southeast win.

Mary Cline scored 19 points in the win.

Sharisa Jackson scored 14 points to lead Kake.

Ashley Dolan had 13 points, including three 3-point shots, while Lynette Aceveda posted seven points and Melanie Christopherson scored two points in the loss.

On Wednesday, Shaunte Sternod rattled off 27 points to lead Kake past Hydaburg.

Aceveda Lynette scored five points, Sharisa Jackson had four points, Ashley Dolan scored three points, and Shannon James and Melanie Christopherson posted one point each in the win.

Mary Cline led Hydaburg with 17 points and Stasha Guthrie scored 14 points. Lydia Fawcett added two points in the loss.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Mt. Edgecumbe 47, Kotzebue 44

Mt. Edgecumbe opened play at Kotzebue successfully on Friday as Skeeter Atoruk scored a game-high 17 points for the Lady Braves.

Carlotta Evan scored four of her 13 points in the final two minutes of play for Mt. Edgecumbe.

Kotzebue was led by Ashley Baker, who scored 14 points.

Mt. Edgecumbe jumped out to an early 14-4 lead but Kotzebue battled back to tie the game at 37-37 with 5:25 left in the fourth quarter.

Mt. Edgecumbe 64, Kotzebue 36

Mt. Edgecumbe closed the first quarter on a 17-0 run and didn't look back to beat host Kotzebue on Saturday.

Skeeter Atoruk led a balanced Lady Braves attack with 23 points. Each member of Mt. Edgecumbe scored in the win.

Chastity Gregg led the Huskies with 11 points.

Yakutat 41, Hoonah 28

Hannah Esbenshade scored nine points while Rose Fraker and Sharnel Vale added seven points each in Yakutat's Friday win over Hoonah.

Sylvia Schumacher had six points, Esther Esbenshade and Heidi Esbenshade added five points each and Lorena Williams scored two points in the win.

For Hoonah, Jessica Skaflestad and Amber Lampe posted 10 points each.

Brook Lampe scored four points, Jessie Dybdahl had three points and Kylee Koenig hit a free throw for Hoonah.

Yakutat 49, Hoonah 34

Yakutat completed the sweep Saturday with a win over Hoonah.

Hannah Esbenshade led Yakutat with 13 points while Lorena Williams and Rose Fraker scored 10 points each in the win.

Also for the Eagles, Sharnel Vale had five points, Heidi Esbenshade scored six points, Sylvia Schumacher had three points and Esther Esbenshade hit a field goal in the win.

Amber Lampe poured in 14 points and Jessica Skaflestad scored 13 points for Hoonah.

Kari Ames had four points and Jessie Dybdahl chipped in three points in the defeat.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Yakutat 64, Hoonah 47

Kyle Dierick poured in a game-high 26 points as Yakutat topped Hoonah on Friday.

Alin Hall scored 14 points, Jake Klushkan posted nine points, Samson Ferguson contributed eight points, Douglas Ross had four points and Stephen Adams drained a 3-pointer in the win.

D.J. Lindstrom led Hoonah with 17 points, while Thomas Norris and Austin Lindoff had six points each.

Wilbur Lindoff, Charles Carteeth, Brandon Hill and Mike Koenig all scored four points and Killian Skaflestad had two points for Hoonah.

Yakutat 63, Hoonah 38

Kyle Dierick scored 27 points and Douglas Ross had 14 points to lift Yakutat to a win over Hoonah on Saturday.

Samson Ferguson and Alin Vale had eight points each. Stephen Adams posted four points and Jack Klushkan scored two points for the Eagles.

For Hoonah, D.J. Lindstrom poured in 16 points and Austin Lindoff had 10 points.

Brandon Hill, Thomas Norris, Killian Skaflestad and Charles Carteeth all scored in the loss.

Kake 65, Angoon 44

Derek Knudsen scored 18 points, Shawn Jackson added 14 points and Dean Cavanaugh posted 10 points as Kake upended Angoon on Thursday.

Lance Doake scored six points, Xavier Friday added five points, Jesse Willis hit a 3-pointer and Jordan Lee chipped in two points for Kake.

Marcus Jamestown led Angoon with 16 points and John Croasman added 15 points.

Michael Howard scored seven points and Thomas Bell had three points for Angoon.

Kake 69, Angoon 56

Kake opened a two-game set with visiting Angoon with a win on Wednesday, as Derek Knudsen poured in 18 points.

Shawn Jackson scored 13 points, Trevor Rostad added 10 points, Dean Cavanaugh contributed nine points and Lance Doake chipped in with six points for Kake.

Also in the win, Xavier Friday had five points, Derek Stewart scored two points, Tony Mach posted four points and Joe Thornton scored two points.

For Angoon, Marcus Jamestown and John Croasman scored 20 points each.

Michael Howard had eight points, Thomas Bell scored six points and Konrad Frank contributed two points in the loss.



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