Juneau's JV easily tops Sitka twice

Crimson Bears' C squad picks up two wins

Posted: Monday, February 13, 2006

The Juneau-Douglas High School junior varsity and C teams picked up wins against visiting Sitka over the weekend.

The Crimson Bears' JV routed the Wolves twice at the Juneau-Douglas High School gym, winning by an average of 40.5 points.

Juneau-Douglas opened the series Friday with an 81-34 rout. On Saturday, the junior varsity completed the sweep with a 69-36 win.

Ryan Larson scored 12 points for the Bears on Saturday, and 14 different players scored in the win.

Shawn Ibesate and Michael Jacobsen scored eight points, Dominique Brinson had six points, Sam Clark scored seven points and Billy Sarandria poured in five points.

Also for JDHS, Corey Mahar and Zach Heppner posted four points, Kyle Kahklen and Eric Gross chipped in with three points and Jake Hotch, Geoff Craig and Phil Derbesy contributed two points.

JDHS raced out to a 42-16 halftime lead and cruised to the victory.

Ryan Peters led Sitka with 13 points.

Brinson scored a game-high 20 points Friday for JDHS, as the Bears raced to a 51-22 halftime advantage.

Larson scored 11 points while Ibesate, Alex Fagerstrom, Kahklen, Sarandria, Hotch, Clark, Jacobsen, Wales, Gross, Nick Andrews, Heppner and Dakotah Smith all scored.

Hank Romine led Sitka with seven points.

In the C division, JDHS defeated Sitka 81-30 on Saturday.

Derbesy's 14 points led Juneau-Douglas, while Kyle Wales scored 11 point and Hotch added 10 points.

Fagerstrom scored nine points, Sean Bavard and Bryce Saviers scored eight points and Smith had seven. Craig, Ben Weyhrauch, Matt Lehrbach and Nick Martin also scored.

Sitka was led by Connor Dunlop, who had 10 points.

On Friday, Juneau's C team beat Sitka 68-29 behind Hotch's 15 points.

Fagerstrom poured in 12 points, Wales added seven points, and Bavard, Craig, Weyhrauch, Derbesy and Martin all posted six points.

Saviers had three points, and Corey Mahar hit a free throw in the win.

Daniel Erickson's eight points led Sitka.


Juneau-Douglas 68, Ketchikan 57

Shawn Ibesate hit two 3-pointers and scored 15 points, as JDHS topped host Ketchikan on Feb. 3.

Ryan Larson scored 12 points, all in the second half, for the Crimson Bears.

Eric Gross had 10 points, Sam Clark posted eight points, Kyle Kahklen added six points, Billy Sarandria added five points, Zach Heppner scored four points and Nick Andrews and Dominique Brinson recorded three points.

Kyle Wales scored two points for JDHS.

Gunner Farstad led the Kings with 13 points, while Eric Bezenek added 12 points.

Juneau-Douglas 71, Ketchikan 52

Ryan Larson's 15 points led a balanced Bears' attack, as JDHS topped Ketchikan on Feb. 4.

Zach Heppner scored 14 points, and Eric Gross contributed 11 points in the win.

Shawn Ibesate, Alex Fagerstrom, Dominique Brinson, Kyle Kahklen, Billy Sarandria, Jacob Hotch, Sam Clark, Michael Jacobsen and Kyle Wales all scored.

Eric Bezenek's 10 points led Ketchikan.


Juneau-Douglas 63, Ketchikan 43

Three different JDHS players scored in double-figures in a Feb. 3 victory over host Ketchikan.

Sean Bavard led all scorers with 19 points, including five 3-point shots.

Alex Fagerstrom and Dakotah Smith contributed 10 points, while Ben Weyhrauch and Jacob Hotch scored five points apiece.

Geoff Craig posted four points, Corey Mahar and Kyle Wales had three points and Matt Lehrbach and Nick Martin scored two points.

Trent Headley was Ketchikan's leading scorer with nine points.

Juneau-Douglas 62, Ketchikan 51

Juneau-Douglas completed a C sweep of Ketchikan on Feb. 4, as Alex Fagerstrom scored 14 points.

Kyle Wales knocked down 9-of-11 free throws and finished with 12 points, and Dakotah Smith contributed 11 points.

Sean Bavard and Jacob Hotch scored five points, Corey Mahar and Phil Derbesy added four points, Ben Weyhrauch posted three points and Matt Lehrbach and Nick Martin each added a field goal.

Gunnar Farstad's 15 points led Ketchikan.

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