SE report: Wrangell girls stay hot with pair of wins over Petersburg

Mt. Edgecumbe routs 2A Haines twice

Posted: Wednesday, February 22, 2006

The Wrangell girls basketball team continued to impress over the weekend with two wins over Petersburg.

Fresh off a sweep of Metlakatla, the Wolves (11-4) won a pair of tight contests against the Vikings.

On Saturday, Wrangell fought back from a five-point fourth quarter deficit to Petersburg.

Michelle Villarama led Wrangell with 18 points and five steals. Tessa Appleman had 13 points and eight rebounds, Laurie Brown contributed seven points and nine boards while Amy Versteeg and Brittany Lindley scored two points each.

Lindley had six rebounds while Versteeg added six rebounds and four steals in the victory.

Chelsea Berg led Petersburg with 11 points and Lauren Susort had eight points while Hanna Meucci and Brenna McMahon tallied six points each in the loss.

Callie Bell had four points and Camie Pederson scored two points in the loss.

On Friday's, Appleman scored 21 points and hit 11 of 14 free throws as Wrangell edged Petersburg.

Villarama scored 10 points, Brown had seven points and 12 rebounds, Lindley hit a 3-pointer and pulled down eight boards and Versteeg posted two points, nine boards and four steals for the Wolves.

Petersburg was led by Bell, who scored 19 points and knocked down five 3-point shots.

Meucci, McMahon, Susort, Pederson and Sarah Aiken all scored in the defeat.


Mt. Edgecumbe 78, Haines 46

Mt. Edgecumbe drained 13 3-point shots to sweep Haines on Saturday.

Caleb McGraw made five 3-pointers and scored 24 points, Max Shellabarger posted 13 points and Zach Klein scored 11 points for the Braves.

Claude Young had six points, Misa Beans and Jory Peterson had five points each, Ralph Kiunya scored four points and Myron Melovidov made a field goal in Saturday's win.

Haines had three people score in double-digits as Matt Lougee tallied 11 points while Bryan Combs and James Hart scored 10 points each.

Orion Falvey had five points and Wayne Strickler scored four points in the loss.

Mt. Edgecumbe 75, Haines 37

Three different players scored in double-figures for Mt. Edgecumbe in a Friday blowout of Haines.

Max Shellabarger had 17 points, Jory Peterson scored 16 points and connected on four 3-point shots and Caleb McGraw scored 14 points for the Braves.

Zach Klein, Misa Beans and Claude Young scored eight points each and Myron Melovidov tallied four points for Mt. Edgecumbe.

Jason Albecker led Haines with 14 points while Orion Falvey and James Hart tallied seven points each.

Bryan Combs scored five points. Matt Lougee added four points for the Glacier Bears.


Mt. Edgecumbe 60, Haines 51

Mt. Edgecumbe outscored Haines by 11 points in the fourth quarter to pick up a Saturday win.

Bill Brown posted 11 points for Mt. Edgecumbe while Hugh Patkotok, Misa Beans and Earl Johnson scored eight points a piece.

The Braves' Ralph Kiunya, Myron Melovidov and Scott Alstram had six points each while Aldrick Kamakhuk scored seven points.

Orion Falvey scored 19 points and hit three 3-pointers to aid Haines.

Matt Lougee scored nine points, Christian Lende had six points and Payson Schnabel scored five points for the Glacier Bears.

Jason Albecker, Chandler Kemp and James Hart scored three points each in the loss.

Haines 51, Mt. Edgecumbe 50

Haines rallied from a seven-point halftime hole to nip Mt. Edgecumbe on Friday.

James hart scored six of his game-high 14 points in the key third quarter for the Glacier Bears. Haines outscored Mt. Edgecumbe 20-10 in the third.

Wayne Stickler had 12 points, Ryan Olson scored 10 points and Matt Lougee poured in seven points for Haines.

Jason Albecker and Chandler Kemp scored three points each and Christian Lende hit a field goal in the win.

Misa Beans led the Braves with 11 points while Scott Alstrom had nine points.

Ralph Kiunya, Myron Melovidov and Bill Brown had six points each and Earl Johnson scored five points in the defeat.

• Editor's note: The Juneau Empire would like to thank the Southeast Conference coaches for providing the information seen here.

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