Cody Angerman hit four 3-pointers in the third quarter and scored a game-high 23 points Saturday to lead the No. 8 Wrangell boys basketball team to a 54-51 victory over the host Ketchikan Kings in the championship game of the 2000 First City Prep Shootout at Ketchikan's Clarke Cochrane Gymnasium.
Wrangell grabbed a 16-4 first-quarter lead and still led 44-33 entering the fourth quarter. A late Ketchikan rally closed the gap to 52-51, but Angerman and Colton Lee both hit free throws down the stretch to give the Wolves the victory. Angerman, a 6-foot-0 point guard, was voted the tournament's most valuable player after seeming to answer every attempt at a Ketchikan run in the third quarter with a 3-pointer.
Cole Appleman scored 12 points in the championship game for Wrangell, while Brad Angerman added 11 points. Tom Byron and Alexis Pahang both scored 13 points to lead Ketchikan, while Brandon Nicholas added 10 points and Jesse Richardson scored nine.
Evan Ludwick scored 29 points and Ryan Bishop added 26 as Prince Rupert, British Columbia, claimed third place with a 77-67 victory over Anchorage Christian Schools. Mike Crawford scored 22 points to lead ACS.
Dustin McLeod scored 25 points to lead the Sitka Wolves to an 85-74 victory over the Craig Panthers in the fourth-sixth place game. Casey Campbell scored 16 points for Sitka. Craig Carter led the Panthers with 21 points, while Raymond Douville added 15 points and Sean Mitchell scored 12.
Caledonia Secondary School of Terrace, British Columbia, claimed seventh place in the tournament with an 88-58 victory over the No. 3 Class 2A Angoon Eagles. Kevin Braan scored 27 points and Braden Meashaw added 20 to lead Caledonia. Lester Pitka scored 20 points to lead Angoon, with Walter Kookesh adding 16 and Jason Frank 14 points.
On Friday, Ketchikan claimed a 58-53 victory over Prince Rupert to advance to Saturday's championship game. Brandon Nicholas scored 14 points to lead a balanced Ketchikan attack that included Alexis Pahang and Don Munhoven both scoring 13 points and Tom Byron with 12. Ryan Bishop scored 18 points to lead the Rainmakers.
Wrangell advanced to the championship game with a 71-69 victory over ACS. Cole Appleman led the Wolves with 22 points, while Jason Clark added 13 points and the duo of Cody Angerman and Graham Gablehouse scored 12 each. Mike Crawford scored 25 points to lead the Lions.
Sitka beat Caledonia 92-54 in Friday's consolation semifinals as all 12 Sitka players scored at least two points. Casey Campbell led Sitka with 17 points, while the quartet of Dustin McLeod, Colin Kambak, Brett Haavig and Brian Friske added 10 points each for the Wolves. Kevin Braan led the Kermodes with 25 points.
Raymond Douville scored 25 points to lead Craig over Angoon, 79-68, in Friday's other consolation semifinal game. Craig Carter added 23 points for the Panthers, who trailed 55-54 entering the final quarter, and Sean Mitchell scored 14 points. Jason Franks scored 21 points to lead Angoon, while Lester Pitka scored 18 points and Walter Kookesh chipped in 15.
In Thursday's first-round action, Cody Angerman scored 19 points and Brad Angerman added 16 as Wrangell beat Caledonia 78-65. Jason Clark scored 14 points and Levi LaLonde added 11 for the Wolves. Braden Meashaw scored 16 points to lead the Kermodes.
Ryan Bishop scored 22 points as Prince Rupert claimed a 78-55 victory over Craig on Thursday. Craig Carter led the Panthers with 15 points, Greg Westfall and Raymond Douville both scored 13 points and Freddy Hamilton added 10 for the Panthers.
ACS knocked off Sitka 71-53 as Mike Crawford scored 19 points Thursday. Dustin McLeod led Sitka with 20 points and Casey Campbell added 11 for the Wolves.
Five players scored in double figures as Ketchikan beat Angoon 78-46 in the other first-round game Thursday. Alexis Pahang scored 14 points to lead the Kings, while Tom Byron and Don Munhoven added 13 each, Brandon Nicholas scored 12 and Jesse Richardson chipped in 10 points. Lester Pitka scored 13 points to lead Angoon, the only Class 2A team in the tournament, while Walter Kookesh added nine points.
Service girls top Sitka
Dawn Jones scored a game-high 12 points as the Service Cougars came from behind to beat the Sitka Wolves 45-39 in a nonconference Class 4A girls game Tuesday in Anchorage.
Sitka trailed 12-6 at the end of the first quarter, but rode a 16-7 second-quarter run to take a 22-19 halftime lead. Sitka still led by one point, 33-32, entering the fourth quarter, but Service outscored the Wolves 13-6 to claim the victory.
``We just didn't play a very good second quarter,'' Service coach Don Brooks said. ``Some of the little shots in the first half didn't go in. But they seemed to go in in the second half.''
Bonnie Lee Prasil added eight points for the Cougars, who are 4-10 overall. Kim Uddipa and Jennie Phillips scored nine points each to lead the Wolves, who fell to 8-10 on the season. Breanne Erickson, who is usually Sitka's leading scorer, was held to just one point in the game.
Sitka girls take sixth place
Krystle Robertson, who missed much of the early part of the basketball season with a knee injury, scored 13 points and grabbed seven points to lead the Chugiak Mustangs to a 36-34 victory over the Sitka Wolves in the fourth-sixth place game Saturday of the Second Annual 2000 Lady Lynx Prep Shootout at Anchorage's Dimond High School.
The No. 2 Lathrop Malemutes won the championship of the tournament with a 71-54 victory over the Dimond Lynx.
Chugiak, which trailed by one point entering the final quarter, also picked up 12 points, 12 rebounds and three rebounds from Alicia Adams. Sidney Wyman scored 14 points and dished out four assists to lead Sitka, while Breanne Erickson, the only Wolf player to make the all-tournament team, scored seven points and grabbed seven rebounds.
On Friday, Sitka claimed a 48-28 victory in the consolation semifinals as the Wolves outscored Class 2A Unalakleet 27-4 in the game's middle two quarters. Erickson scored 10 points, grabbed six rebounds and made three steals to lead Sitka, while Jennie Phillips had 11 points, Tricia Young scored nine points and pulled down six boards, and Kerri Curtiss chipped in with eight points for the Wolves. Jessica Ivanoff scored nine points to lead Unalakleet, while Beatrice Katongan added eight points and Timayre Towarak made seven steals for the Wolfpack.
A slow start in Thursday's first-round game against the host Dimond Lynx dropped Sitka into the consolation bracket. Dimond jumped out to a 21-4 lead in the first quarter, but Sitka was able to close to within 29-22 at halftime. Julia Fleming and Letricia Castillo both scored 17 points to lead Dimond. Kerri Curtiss scored 15 points off the bench to lead Sitka, while Breanne Erickson added 11 points and nine rebounds and Sidney Wyman scored 10 points for the Wolves.
Mount Edgecumbe girls sweep Metlakatla
The Mount Edgecumbe Braves solidified their hold on the top spot in the Region VClass 3A girls standings with a two-game sweep of the second-place Metlakatla Miss Chiefs. Mount Edgecumbe beat Metlakatla 64-35 on Friday, then claimed a 55-43 victory on Saturday to complete the sweep.
Halane Isidore scored 14 points to lead Mount Edgecumbe on Friday, while Prema Warren added 13 points and the duo of Adrienne Taalak and Melanie Beans chipped in 12 points each. Trudy Horne scored 13 points to lead Metlakatla, and Darcel Williams added eight points.
On Saturday, Taalak scored 24 points to lead the Braves, with Sara Squartsoff and Andrea Aiken chipping in seven points apiece. Williams scored 20 points to lead Metlakatla, which held a 29-27 halftime lead, and Ashley Hayward and Dannan Blandov both scored eight.
Metlakatla boys sweep Mount Edgecumbe
The Metlakatla Chiefs claimed a 54-47 victory over the Mount Edgecumbe Braves Saturday to complete a two-game sweep in Region V-Class 3A boys basketball action. On Friday, Metlakatla won 85-74.
Apollo Marsden scored 14 points to lead Metlakatla on Saturday, while Chevy Hayward and Amos Hudson added 13 points apiece. Eric Alstrom scored 17 points to lead Mount Edgecumbe, while Randy Gloko added nine points.
On Friday, Hayward scored 21 points to lead the Chiefs, while John Mackie added 16 points, Anthony Gogert chipped in 15 and Hudson had 10. Alstrom led the Braves with 26 points and Ray Melovidov scored 16.
Haines boys sweep Petersburg
Ben Egolf, a 6-foot-8 center, nearly posted a triple-double as the Haines Glacier Bears beat the Petersburg Vikings 99-67 Saturday to complete a sweep of a two-game Region VClass 3A boys basketball series in Petersburg. On Friday, Haines won 79-62.
Egolf scored 20 points, grabbed 15 rebounds, blocked eight shots and dished out four assists to lead the Glacier Bears on Saturday. Tyler Healy added 24 points and six rebounds for Haines, while Ryan Josephson scored 15 points and Wes Hoffman added 10. Nate Creel scored 24 points to lead Petersburg, while Martin Odegaard chipped in 13.
On Friday, Egolf led Haines with 24 points, 13 rebounds, four blocks and three assists. Healy added 18 points for the Glacier Bears, Nik Hura chipped in 10 points, Hoffman scored nine points and Raymond Pardee scored seven points and grabbed eight rebounds. Creel led Petersburg with 17 points and Scott Rhoden added 13.
Haines girls sweep Petersburg
Lisa Sele overcame illness to score 25 points Saturday, many coming on assists from freshman Sarah Lende, as the Haines Glacier Bears beat the Petersburg Vikings 45-33 to sweep a two-game series in Haines. Amber Beardslee scored 13 points to lead Petersburg.
On Friday, freshman Lori Sele scored a game-high nine points while her older sister was sick and could only muster four points in Haines' 31-23 victory. Beardslee scored eight points to lead Petersburg.
Klawock girls sweep Hoonah
Jessica Peters scored 15 points and Nicole Wangerin added nine as the defending Class 2A girls state champion Klawock Chieftains claimed a 39-31 victory over the Hoonah Braves Saturday in Region V-Class 2A action in Hoonah. Stacie Skaflestad led Hoonah with 10 points and Raina Skaflestad added eight.
On Friday, Peters scored 16 points and Wangerin added 11 as Klawock won 45-36. Stacie Skaflestad led Hoonah with 11 points.
Hoonah boys sweep Klawock
Sam Willard Jr. scored 20 points Saturday as the Hoonah boys defeated Klawock 55-50 in Hoonah. The Braves also won 67-61 on Friday to claim a sweep of the two-game series.
David Marvin III, Donald Dybdahl and Moises Contreras Jr. each scored eight points for Hoonah Saturday. Darren Clark scored 12 points and Bryan Wangerin added 11 to lead the Chieftains.
On Friday, Jeremy Johnson scored 19 points to lead the Braves, while Willard and Jarret Brown each added 14 and Dybdahl scored 11. Clark scored 20 points to lead Klawock, while Bryan Wangerin added 19 and Ryan Wangerin scored 10.
Angoon girls sweep Gustavus
Melinda Joseph scored 27 points and Rose Williams added eight as the Angoon girls beat Gustavus 53-22 on Saturday. On Friday, Amber Jamestown scored 12 points and Joseph added 10 as Angoon beat the Foxes 54-19. No scoring was available for Gustavus.
Kake boys, Juneau JV split
Anthony Dolan scored 19 points Friday as the Kake boys claimed a 55-37 victory over the Juneau-Douglas junior varsity in a nonconference game at Kake. On Saturday, the Crimson Bears won 58-55 to gain a split of the two-game series.
Ben Kondro scored 15 points and Joshua Hawk added 11 for Kake on Friday. Joshua Zwingelberg scored 13 points and Tim Lyver added nine to lead the Juneau JV.
On Saturday, Zwingelberg and Craig Kitka both scored 14 points to lead the Crimson Bears, with Bryan Hamey adding nine points. Dolan scored 25 points to lead Kake, which is ranked No. 5 in the state's small schools poll, and Kondro chipped in 13 points.
Kake girls sweep Gustavus
Danielle Knudson scored 18 points and Robin Knudson added 14 Saturday as the Kake girls beat Gustavus 47-27 in Region VClass 2A action in Kake. Angela Kearns and Stacey Farley both scored 11 points to lead Gustavus.
On Friday, Danielle Knudson scored 23 points and Robin Knudson added 12 as Kake beat the Foxes 48-30. Kearns led Gustavus with 12 points and Crissy Farley added nine.
Skagway boys sweep Thorne Bay
Mitchell Snyder scored 22 points Saturday as the Skagway boys beat Thorne Bay 88-45 at Skagway. On Friday, Skagway won 89-35 to complete the two-game series sweep.
Thomas Cochran scored 16 points for Skagway on Saturday, while Cameron Pickett added 11 and J.R. Edwards chipped in 10. Sam Sawyer scored 11 points to lead Thorne Bay and Ezra Clark added eight.
On Friday, Ray Hosford scored 18 points to lead Skagway, while Snyder added 15 and the duo of Cochran and Orion Caposey chipped in 14 apiece. David Metcalf scored 12 points and Sawyer added 10 to lead Thorne Bay.
Angoon girls sweep Skagway
Melinda Joseph scored 21 points Saturday to lead the Angoon girls over Skagway 63-23. On Friday, Angoon won 58-39 to complete a two-game series sweep in Skagway.
Carmen Estrada scored 14 points and Marcie Kookesh added 10 for Angoon on Saturday. Kristin Ray and Kristina Knorr both scored eight to lead Skagway.
On Friday, Joseph scored 23 points while Kookesh added 12 points and Amber Jamestown 10 for Angoon. Knorr led Skagway with 15 points, while Ray had 12 and Ashley Law scored 10 points.
Hoonah girls sweep Gustavus
Katie Lee scored 11 points as Hoonah's girls claimed a 59-24 victory over Gustavus in a game played Jan. 29. On Jan. 28, Lee scored 14 points and Branda Skaflestad added 10 as Hoonah beat Gustavus 56-25. Angela Kearns led Gustavus on both nights, scoring 18 points Jan. 28 and 14 on Jan. 29.
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