D.J. Lindstrom scored 17 points Saturday to lead the Hoonah Braves to a third-place finish in the Class 2A Southeast Conference boys basketball tournament with a 51-46 win over Klawock.
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Mike Koenig scored 15 points, and Charles Carteeh added 11 points in the victory.
For Klawock, Ryan Armour led her team with 16 points. James Washington scored 14 points, Christopher Stockton added 12 points, and Sean Hill chipped in four points in defeat.
CLASS 2A BOYS
Thorne Bay 60, Angoon 57
Casey McDougal poured in 28 points as Thorne Bay knocked off Angoon for fifth place Saturday.
Josh Christy racked up 23 points, Jesse Grant had five points, and Ivan Flores chipped in four points for the Wolverines.
John Crossman led Angoon with 27 points. Michael Howard had 18 points, Edward Jack scored 10 points, and Charles Jim tallied two points for the Eagles.
Kake 83, Klawock 69
Kake advanced to the state tournament Friday with a semifinal victory over Klawock.
The Thunderbirds led 47-29 at halftime and held on for the win.
Trevor Rostad led Kake with 22 points. He was one of four T-Birds in double figures.
Lance Doake scored 19 points, Tony Mach had 18 points, and Dylan Lee chipped in 10 points in the win.
James Washington poured in 26 points for Klawock. Ryan Armour had 13 points, and Sean Hill chipped in 10 points for the Chieftains.
Yakutat 63, Hoonah 60
Kyle Dierick exploded for 40 points, including six 3-pointers and 10 of 11 free throws, to help defending state champion Yakutat avoided Hoonah's upset bid Friday in the semifinals.
The Eagles advanced to the state tournament with Friday's win.
Shea Jackson had eight points, Jack Klushkan scored six points, Keith Ivers had five points, while Stephen Adams and Aaron Hensley tallied two points each for Yakutat.
Mike Koenig had 20 points, and D.J. Lindstrom scored 19 points for Hoonah.
George Fisher tallied eight points, Charles Carteeh had seven, Thomas Norris scored four, and Kolby Skaflestad had two for Hoonah.
Angoon 56, Skagway 49
John Crossman's 30 points lifted Angoon past Skagway on Friday in a consolation semifinal.
Michael Howard had 19 points, Charles Jim scored four points, and Edward Jack had three points for the Eagles.
Mickey Wilson had 15 points, Jake Henricksen scored 13 points, and Thomas Etue chipped in six points for Skagway. Also for the Panthers, Josh Cotton, Tom Kirko and Jacob Cotton tallied four points each.
Class 2A Girls
Hydaburg 46, Skagway 34
Fifth-ranked Hydaburg received 13 points from Stasha Guthie to lead the Lady Warriors past Skagway in Saturday's third-place game.
Marcie Grant had 11 points, Tally Carlson chipped in six points, and Melanie Kadake scored four points in the win. Also for Hydaburg, Lydia Fawcett had three points.
Skagway's Paige Hahn led all scorers with 21 points. Sierra Moran had 12 points, and Cierra Hahn hit a free throw for the Panthers.
Kake 48, Hydaburg 30
Kake raced out to a 20-7 first-quarter lead and rolled to a semifinal victory Friday. The Thunderbirds qualified for the state tournament with the win.
Nicole Wooton scored 18 points and Taneal Alsup poured in 14 points for the T-Birds. Lynette Aceveda had eight points, Sharrissa Jackson scored four points while Shaunte Sternod and Ashley Dolan contributed two points each in the win.
Melanie Kadake led the Lady Warriors with eight points. Stasha Guthie had seven points, Marcie Grant scored six points, Mary Cline contributed five points, while Tally Carlson and Lydia Fawcette added two points each in defeat.
Yakutat 59, Skagway 16
Top-seeded Yakutat advanced to the state tournament with a Friday rout of Skagway.
Sharnel Yale scored a game-high 22 points. Rose Fraker had seven points while Heidi Esbenshade, Katrina Fraker, Justyne Wheeler and Esther Esbenshade had six points each in the win.
Paige Hahn had six points to lead Skagway. Cierra Hahn and Chisato Yamashia tallied four points each, and Kayla Henricksen scored two points for the Panthers.
Hoonah 55, Thorne Bay 11
Jessica Skaflestad scored 23 points as Hoonah upended Thorne Bay in Friday's consolation round.
Gina Norris had 14 points, Carissa Mills scored eight points, while Chauncey White and Brooke Lampe chipped in three points each.
Thorne Bay's Janell Peterson scored seven points, while Samantha Taylor and Ashlee Tower chipped in two points each.