Hayward and Metlakatla upset Ketchikan boys

Southest Hoops

Posted: Wednesday, March 07, 2001

Chevy Hayward scored all of his team-high 17 points in the second half as the Class 3A Metlakatla High School boys basketball team upset the Class 4A Ketchikan Kings last Thursday in Metlakatla.

Hayward, who hit four 3-pointers and grabbed nine rebounds, helped the Chiefs make a 15-4 run in the third quarter after trailing Ketchikan 30-29 at halftime. It was the first time in four meetings this year that Metlakatla beat Ketchikan.

Willie Taylor added 13 points and 11 assists for the Chiefs, while Amos Hudson had 12 points and seven rebounds and Apollo Marsden added 12 points for Metlakatla. Chris Boyd grabbed 11 rebounds and dished out four assists to go with his six points.

Ketchikan was led by Russ Miller, who scored 18 points including three 3-pointers. Brandon Nicholas added 14 points for the Kings, while Jesse Richardson scored eight.

Ketchikan missed nine of its 14 free throws in the fourth quarter, spoiling any chance for a comeback. Metlakatla missed missed four of its seven free throws in the final quarter.

Ketchikan girls beat Metlakatla

Cassie White scored 27 points last Thursday as the Ketchikan High School girls basketball team claimed an 88-43 victory over the Metlakatla Miss Chiefs in Ketchikan.

Jonnae Ostrom added 10 points for the Kings, while Holly Thompson and Amanda Kolanko each scored nine points.

Aleasha Hayward scored 13 points to lead Metlakatla, while her sister Ashley Hayward added 10 points and Trudy Horne scored eight.

Metlakatla, Wrangell boys split

Apollo Marsden scored 24 points as the Metlakatla High School boys basketball team claimed an 88-75 victory over the Wrangell Wolves Friday at Metlakatla. On Saturday, Brad Angerman scored 21 points as Wrangell earned a split of the two-game Region V-Class 3A series.

In Friday's game, Chevy Hayward added 22 points for Metlakatla, while Amos Hudson scored 18 points and Chris Bryant scored 15. Angerman scored 28 points to lead the Wolves, with Cole Appleman adding 17 points and Tony Marriott chipping in 12.

On Saturday, Appleman scored 19 points for Wrangell and Marriott added 18. Hudson scored 24 points to lead the Chiefs, Willie Taylor added 13 and Bryant scored 11.

Metlakatla girls sweep Wrangell

Ashley Hayward took over the fourth quarter on both Friday and Saturday nights as she led the Metlakatla girls basketball team to a two-game sweep of the Wrangell Wolves in a Region V-Class 3A series Wrangell. In Friday's game Hayward scored 10 of her 24 points in the fourth quarter as Metlakatla won 54-50, and on Saturday Hayward again scored 10 of her 20 points in the final period as the Miss Chiefs won 60-57.

Danann Blandov scored 12 points for Metlakatla on Friday, with Trudy Horne adding 10 points. Laura McCay scored 21 points to lead Wrangell, which also picked up 14 points from Kaelene Wilson and nine from MacKenzie Byrd.

Jodi Byrd scored 12 points for the Miss Chiefs in Saturday's game, with Aleasha Hayward adding 11. McCay scored 23 points to lead Wrangell, while Wilson and MacKenzie Byrd both scored 14.

Mount Edgecumbe girls sweep Haines

Adrienne Taalak scored 19 points on Saturday as the Mount Edgecumbe girls basketball team beat the Haines Glacier Bears 49-31 at Mount Edgecumbe. On Sunday, in a game delayed because of ferry schedules, Taalak scored 25 points as the Braves beat Haines 53-45 to complete a sweep of the two-game Region V-3A series.

Prema Warren scored 11 points for Mount Edgecumbe on Saturday and Melanie Beans added 10. Lisa Sele scored 13 points to lead Haines, while Keely Falcon added seven points.

On Sunday, Warren scored 10 points for the Braves and Beans added seven. Lori Sele scored 19 points for Haines and Lisa Sele added 16.

Mount Edgecumbe boys sweep Haines

Led by 17 points Saturday and 19 on Sunday from Chris Boskofsky, the Mount Edgecumbe boys basketball team claimed a pair of Region V-3A victories over the winless Haines Glacier Bears at Mount Edgecumbe. The Braves won 78-34 on Saturday and completed the sweep with a 90-49 victory on Sunday.

Eric Alstrom, Peter Anderson and George Beans all scored 10 points for Mount Edgecumbe on Saturday. Jimmy Lampkins led Haines with 13 points and Luke Land added 10.

Darren Edenshaw and Beans both scored 12 points for the Braves on Sunday, with Toni Janti and Anderson adding 10 points each. Lampkins scored 20 points to lead the Glacier Bears and Matt Blood added 11.

Hoonah boys sweep Yakutat

The Hoonah boys basketball team outscored Yakutat 16-5 in overtime Saturday as the Braves claimed a 66-55 victory over the Eagles, clinching a sweep of a two-game Region V-Class 2A series in Hoonah. On Friday, Hoonah edged Yakutat 50-48.

In Saturday's game, Donald Dybdahl scored 26 points to lead Hoonah, with Jarret Brown and Kevin Skeek both adding 14. Derek James scored 23 points and Martin Sensmeier added 16 for Yakutat.

On Friday, Dybdahl scored 21 points to lead the Braves, who also picked up eight points from Brown. Sensmeier scored 18 points to lead the Eagles and James added 13.

Hoonah girls sweep Yakutat

Alice Lee and Stacie Skaflestad both scored five points in the fourth quarter as the Hoonah girls came from behind to edge the Yakutat Eagles 31-29 Friday at Hoonah. On Saturday, Trissa Barros scored nine of her 13 points in the fourth quarter as the Braves pulled away to claim a 33-24 victory and a sweep of the two-game Region V-2A series.

In Friday's game, Hoonah trailed 20-19 entering the fourth quarter. Lee scored eight points to lead the Braves, while Barros and Branda Skaflestad each scored six. Sheena Nelson scored 10 points to lead Yakutat and Lindsey Hershey added seven.

On Saturday, Stacie Skaflestad added seven points for Hoonah. Nelson led Yakutat with nine points.

Skagway boys sweep Yakutat

Mitchell Snyder scored 29 points on Sunday and added 27 points on Monday as the Skagway boys basketball team claimed a sweep of a two-game Region V-2A series with the Yakutat Eagles in Skagway. The Panthers won 72-55 on Sunday and 68-52 on Monday.

In Sunday's game, Ray Hosford added nine points for Skagway, while Thomas Cochran and Orion Caposey added eight each. Skye Endicott scored 22 points to lead Yakutat and Derek James scored 11.

On Monday, Kyle Ellis scored 12 points and Tyson Ames scored 10 points for the Panthers. James led the Eagles with 19 points and Martin Sensmeier added 16 points.

Skagway, Yakutat girls split

Kristina Knorr scored 24 points Sunday as the Skagway girls basketball team claimed a 46-42 victory over the Yakutat Eagles. On Monday Knorr scored 22 points, but it wasn't enough as Yakutat claimed a 35-34 victory to earn a split of the two-game Region V-2A series in Skagway.

In Sunday's game, Ashley Law added 11 points for the Panthers. Sheena Nelson scored 14 points to lead Yakutat and Bre Sharp had 11.

On Monday, Nelson scored nine of her 15 points in the fourth quarter to lead Yakutat and Lindsey Hershey added seven. Law scored 10 for Skagway, which led 23-19 entering the fourth quarter.

The Juneau Empire's Southeast Hoops Roundup is a weekly feature that rounds up the region's high school basketball results and usually runs on Wednesdays. Coaches should fax all of their boxscores to 1-907-586-3028 by Monday afternoon so standings can be updated each week, and they can also e-mail the information to cbingham@juneauempire.com (please no text attachments).

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