Gross leads Bears' junior varsity

JDHS girls junior varsity splits with Ketchikan JV

Posted: Friday, February 23, 2007

Eric Gross exploded for 21 points as the Juneau-Douglas junior varsity defeated a collection of JDHS All-Star athletes 67-41 on Wednesday.

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Geoff Craig had nine points, Alex Fagerstrom tallied eight points while Cody Grussendorf, Sean Bavard and Brian Lauth scored six points each. Philip Derbesy and Matt Lehrbach scored four points each, Corey Mahar hit a field goal and Dylan Baker drained a free throw in the win.

Daryl Lew, a wide receiver on the football team, led the All-Stars with 10 points. Crimson Bears quarterback Chris Hinkley scored seven points, as did Justin Gunderson.

BOYS BASKETBALL

JDHS C 73, All-Stars 50

Cody Grussendorf poured in 21 points Wednesday as the Juneau-Douglas 'C' team upended the JDHS All-Stars, a collection of players from other sports in the high school.

Tony Franzen had 13 points, Reese Saviers scored 12 points, Alex DeRocher posted 10 points, Victor Wilson added six points, Dominic Holloway tallied five points, Jake Monagle chipped in four points and Dylan Baker scored two in the win.

Jacob Hotch led the All-Stars with 13 points. Bryce Saviers had eight points while Ben Weyhrauch, Jared Antique and Eric Sele scored six points each.

JDHS JV 48, Hoonah 40

Juneau-Douglas withstood a fourth-quarter rally from Class 2A Hoonah to seal a win on Saturday.

Hoonah outscored the Bears 20-11 in the final eight minutes.

Alex Fagerstrom led JDHS with 18 points while Philip Derbesy added 10 points. Brian Lauth scored eight points, Corey Mahar five, Cody Grussendorf scored three while Victor Wilson and Nick Martin added two points each.

Mike Koenig led Hoonah with 16 points. D.J. Lindstrom added 11 in the loss.

Hoonah 43, JDHS JV 40

Hoonah held Juneau-Douglas to two points in the second quarter en route to Friday's win.

Mike Koenig led Hoonah with 16 points and Brandin Hill had 15 points in the win.

For JDHS, Cody Grussendorf scored a team-high 15 points. Alex Fagerstrom had nine points, Nick Martin tallied four points while Corey Mahar, Victor Wilson, Reese Saviers and Philip Derbesy chipped in two points each.

JDHS JV 57, Kake 35

Eric Gross scored 21 points and knocked down 16 of 18 free throws as Juneau-Douglas upended defending Class 2A Southeast Conference champion Kake on Jan. 27.

Sean Bavard scored nine points, Billy Sarandria added six points, Brian Lauth had four points while Corey Mahar, Geoff Craig and Dylan Baker scored three points each.

Cody Grussendorf, Dakotah Smith, Philip Derbesy and Victor Wilson had two points each for JDHS.

Trevor Rostad led the Thunderbirds with 16 points. Dean Cavanaugh contributed eight points in defeat.

JDHS JV 57, Kake 39

Juneau-Douglas received 20 points from Eric Gross in a Jan. 26 win over Kake.

Cody Grussendorf contributed nine points and Billy Sarandria added eight points in the win.

Tony Mach led Kake with 14 points.

JDHS JV 64, Kake 50

Billy Sarandria and Eric Gross scored 10 points each to lead a balanced Juneau-Douglas attack in a Jan. 25 win over Kake.

Every player on the Crimson Bears' roster scored in the win.

Trevor Rostad's 18 points led Kake while Russell James had 11 points and Dean Cavanaugh added nine points.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Ketchikan JV 45, JDHS JV 29

Alexis Edwardson scored 13 points and Ciara Patton added 12 points Saturday as Ketchikan upended Juneau-Douglas.

For Juneau-Douglas, Kristen Dierick and Kailyn Sander scored six points each while Darby Brown added five points.

Krystle DeWitt-Narino had four points, Kristen Pratt scored three points, Shawnee Good and Susy Hurtte tallied two points each and Emily Johnson scored one point in defeat.

Ketchikan C 48, JDHS C 35

Danielle Watson's 13 points lifted Ketchikan past Juneau-Douglas on Saturday.

Ciara Patton had eight points, Kalli Kline scored seven points, Kathleen Reno tallied six points while Shelayne Greaves scored five points in the win. Molly Ortiz had four points, Danika May chipped in three points and Karla Manabat added two points for Kayhi.

Wendy Calderwood led JDHS while 11 points. Jessica Pons-Hardy scored eight points, Shawnee Good contributed six points, Annette Highley scored five points, Nani Toetuu added three points while Annie Hegar and Emily Johnson had one point each.

JDHS JV 35, Ketchikan JV 34

Kristen Dierick scored a team-high nine points and hit a key 3-pointer in the fourth quarter to lift Juneau-Douglas past Ketchikan on Friday.

Kailyn Sanders and Kristen Pratt scored six points each, Krystle DeWitt-Narino had five points, Susy Hurtte tallied four points, Darby Brown scored three points and Annette Highley added two points for JDHS.

Kalli Kline led Kayhi with seven points while Alexis Edwardson, Cristal Blain and Heather Gatti chipped in six points each.

Ketchikan C 35, JDHS C 32

Kalli Kline scored 10 points and hit 6 of 8 free throws in the fourth quarter to give Ketchikan a close victory over Juneau-Douglas on Friday.

Danika May added nine points and Kathleen Reno scored seven points in the win.

Amy Bergmann and Kristen Dierick scored seven points each and Wendy Calderwood added six points for JDHS.

Krystle DeWitt-Narino had four points, Jessica Pons-Hardy had three points, Bristol Palin and Shawnee Good scored two points each and Nani Toetuu hit a free throw in defeat.



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