Yakutatboys top Skagway

Posted: Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Clinton Ivers had 20 points to lead Yakutat past Skagway 53-46 in Class 2A boys basketball action Thursday.

Steven Adams had 13 points, Lucas Wheeler scored nine points, Keith Ivers had four points, Shea Jackson chipped in three points while Freddie Munoz and Sam Karsunky tallied two points each.

Jake Henrickson led Skagway with 15 points and Thomas Etve had 11 points in defeat.

CLASS 2A GIRLS

Yakutat 56, Skagway 41

Skagway fought back from an 11-point deficit to tie the score at 26-26 at halftime. The Panthers couldn't keep the momentum going as the defending Class 2A champs won Saturday.

Sharnel Vale led Yakutat with 15 points while Rose Fraker and Esther Esbenshade had 10 points each. Ellen Esbenshade had nine points while Katrina Fraker, Justyne Wheeler and Lorena Williams had four points each.

Kaylie O'Daniel and Jesse Ellis had 13 points each for Skagway, while Paige Hahn added eight points. Katlyn Sendyk had five points and Emily Honbig scored two points in the loss.

Yakutat 61, Skagway 39

Katrina Fraker scored 22 points and Rose Fraker added 18 points to boost Yakutat past Skagway on Friday.

Esther Esbenshade had nine points and Lorena Williams scored six points in the win.

Paige Hahn led Skagway with 20 points while Kaylie O'Daniel had 11 points. C.C. Hahn and Katlyn Sendyk scored four points each in the loss.

Angoon 43, Thorne Bay 30

Angoon jetted to a 23-6 halftime lead and never looked back Saturday.

Roxann Braley had 15 points for Angoon while Shiann Braley tallied eight points. Rose Frank scored six points while Ladonna Johnson and Vivian Croasmun scored four points each.

Korissa Pokovich led Thorne Bay with 13 points and Kyla Ashe had nine points.

Angoon 37, Thorne Bay 18

Angoon trailed 8-3 after the first quarter but rallied to beat Thorne Bay by a comfortable margin on Sunday.

Vivian Croasmun's 11 points led the Eagles while Shiann Braley had nine points. Rose Frank scored six points, Roxann Braley had five points and Donella Frank chipped in two points in the win.

For Thorne Bay, Korissa Pokovich had 10 points, Kyla Ashe scored six points and Lin Shedloski contributed two points.

CLASS 4A GIRLS JUNIOR VARSITY

Juneau-Douglas JV 33, Ketchikan JV 25

A 17-point third quarter boosted Juneau's JV past host Ketchikan on Friday.

Hannah Swofford scored six of her team-high eight points in the third quarter. Emily Johnson added seven points, Kristen Dierick had five points and Maria Weyhrauch added four points in the win.

Sarah Tarver, Shawnee Good, Jessica Pons-Hardy and Nani Ostrom had two points each for JDHS.

Ketchikan's Shelayne Greaves led her side with seven points.

Juneau-Douglas JV 54, Ketchikan JV 44

Kristen Dierick scored 14 points and Hannah Swofford added 12 points as Juneau's JV downed Ketchikan on Saturday.

Olivia Henderson posted nine points, Jessica-Pons Hardy and Emily Johnson scored six points each, Shawnee Good chipped in four points and Sarah Tarver had three points in the win.

Crystal Blair had 11 points and Ciara Patton had seven points for the Lady Kings.

Ketchikan 'C' 38, Juneau-Douglas 'C' 25

Ketchikan's "C" team outscored JDHS 18-6 in the second half to win Friday.

Amanda Roemeling led the Crimson Bears with 11 points while Tessa Miller tallied five points and Glenn Hoskinson had three points. Beverly DeLaCruz, Kalea Chapman and Hailey Pusich had two points each in defeat.

For Ketchikan, Erin Doherty had 12 points and Chelsie Weihing scored 11 points.

Juneau-Douglas 'C' 37, Ketchikan 'C' 35

Amanda Roemeling's 10 points helped boost Juneau's "C" team past Ketchikan on Saturday.

Kelsey Goodell had six points while Maria Weyhrauch and Monica Ashenfelter chipped in five points each for JDHS. Gabbie Saldivar scored four points in the win.

Talia Rose led Kayhi with 15 points.

CLASS 4A BOYS JUNIOR VARSITY

Juneau-Douglas JV 65, Hoonah 63, OT

Sean Bavard knocked down two 3-pointers in overtime and Jazz King scored a game-high 19 points as Juneau's JV edged Class 2A Hoonah on Feb. 8.

Colin Gozelski scored nine points, Brian Koenig had seven points, Eric Sele added six points and Reese Saviers scored five points in the win.

Hoonah's Brandin Hill scored a team-high 18 points while Gregory Wright added 14 points. Charles Carteeti and Thomas Norris had nine points each while Wilbur Lindoff had eight points for the Braves.

Juneau-Douglas JV 44, Hoonah 38

JDHS completed a sweep of Hoonah on Feb. 9 as Sean Bavard scored 13 points.

Colin Gozelski had nine points, Eric Sele scored seven points, Jazz King chipped in six points and Alex DeRocher had five points in the win.

Charles Carteeti led Hoonah with 10 points, while Gregory Wright scored seven points and Thomas Norris added five points. Brandin Hill and George Fisher scored four points each in the loss.

Juneau-Douglas JV 76, Mount Edgecumbe JV 50

Corey Mahar poured in 14 points while Alex DeRocher and Colin Gozelski added 13 points each in Juneau's win over Mount Edgecumbe's junior varsity.

Sean Bavard had 11 points, Eric Sele posted eight points, Reese Saviers had seven points and Eddie Hurtte scored six points in the win. Also for JDHS, Jazz King chipped in four points.

Greg Frisby led the Braves' JV with 14 points while Sean Melovidev scored 10 points.

Juneau-Douglas JV 57, Sitka JV 49

Thirteen players scored for Juneau-Douglas in a Feb. 15 win over host Sitka.

Corey Mahar, Justin Brooks, Tony Tompkins, Reese Saviers, Cody Grussendorf, Alex DeRocher, Torey Franzen, Brian Koenig, Eric Sele, Sean Bavard, Jazz King, Colin Gozelski and Lawrence Fenumiai all scored in the win.

Bavard had a team-high nine points.

David Reynolds led Sitka with 20 points.

Juneau-Douglas JV 55, Sitka JV 51

JDHS completed a sweep of Sitka on Feb. 16 behind Reese Saviers' 12 points.

Cody Grussendorf and Lawrence Fenumiai scored 10 points each and Torey Franzen had six points in the win.

Sean Bavard and Colin Gozelski had four points each, Alex DeRocher and Eric Sele chipped in three points each and Corey Mahar had two points in the win.

Sitka's David Reynolds scored a game-high 14 points and Zach Bororeen scored 13 points.



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