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Klukwan's Dave Buss drained five 3-point shots en route to 27 points in a 84-75 win over Hoonah in the Juneau Lions Club Gold Medal Tournament Legendary C Bracket game at Juneau-Douglas High School.
Jeff Sharnbokh had 23 points and Frank Tompkins scored 16 points in the win. Guy Tompkins chipped in 11 points, Duane Wilson tallied four points and Neil Erikson had three points for Klukwan.
Garvin Martin led Hoonah with 22 points while his twin brother, Showalter Martin, scored 18 points in defeat.
Albert Hinchman tallied 14 points, Kamal Lindoff had 12 points, Lance Geise had three points while Andy Gray, Russell Dick and Mike Mills Jr. posted two points each in defeat.
Klukwan will face Southeast Warriors at 2 p.m. today while Hoonah will play Metlakatla at 2 p.m. Tuesday in an elimination game.
LEGENDARY C BRACKET
Filipino Community 90, Juneau ANB 76
Filipino Community made 10 3-point shots to down Juneau ANB in an opening round game on Sunday.
Sean Joslyn had a team-high 24 points while Al Tagaban and Doug Drazkowski made four 3-pointers each for Filipino Community. Tagaban finished with 20 points while Drazkowski scored 16 points.
Jim Carson had 11 points, Bill Hill scored eight points, Toby Carandang had six points and Chris Carandang tallied five points in the win.
For Juneau ANB, Wally Olds poured in a game-high 30 points. Kevin Casperson had 17 points and John Garvey contributed 10 points in defeat.
Also for Juneau ANB, Phil Paramore scored eight points, John Forshiner had six points, Ben Coronell scored three points and Mike Corpus had two points.
Filipino Community will play Kake at 7:30 p.m. today while Juneau ANB faces Angoon at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in an elimination game.
Southeast Warriors 81, Metlakatla 76
The Southeast Warriors led 50-35 at halftime and held off a second-half surge from Metlakatla to win Sunday.
Ron Hansen led the Warriors with 22 points while David Watson had 13 points, Gary Brown posted 11 points and Rodney Isturis scored 10 points in the win. Rob Seward had eight points, Jerry Arca scored six points, Doug Harris tallied five points and Charles Bennett chipped in two points for Southeast Warriors.
Southeast Warriors play Klukwan at 2 p.m. today and Metlakatla will take on Hoonah at 2 p.m. Tuesday.
MIGHTY B BRACKET
Yakutat 81, Klukwan 73
Sam Ferguson pumped in 22 points while Jay Sin tallied 20 points in Yakutat's win over Klukwan on Sunday.
Russell Ramey and Skye Endicott tallied 14 points each while Dustin Endicott chipped in six points and Ben Dunbar scored five points in the win.
For Klukwan, Nik Hura scored 15 points and Jacob Narum had 13 points. Kevin Thompson and Michael Ganey had 12 points each and Chris Dixon tallied 11 points to pace Klukwan.
Yakutat will play Angoon at 3:30 p.m. today while Klukwan faces Metlakatla at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Sitka Estella 86, Kake 80, OT
Casey Campbell scored 33 points for Sitka Estella as his team downed Kake in a opening-night thriller. Sitka outscored Kake 6-0 in overtime to win the game.
Scott Jones added 17 points for Sitka while Matt Burrows had 15 points and Karl Udippa scored 10 points. Zach Carlson added four points while Paul Carrington, Steve Walker and Tom Gamble had two points each in the win.
Sitka will face Haines Merchants at 9 p.m. tonight. Kake will play Hoonah at 9 p.m. Tuesday in an elimination game.
Haines Merchants 109, Hoonah 81
Defending Mighty B Bracket champions Haines Merchants upended Hoonah on Sunday.
Jason Shull led Haines with 22 points while Andrew Friske and Ben Egolf poured in 19 points each. Stuart DeWitt scored 15 points, Brian Friske had 13 points, Jessie McGraw and Tyler Healy tallied seven points each, Norman Zura scored five points and Aaron Nash had two points in the win.
For Hoonah, Travis Dybdahl led all players with 30 points. Lucas Johnson had 13 points, Mike Schneeberger scored 11 points and D.J. Lindstrom added nine points in the loss. Also for Hoonah, Devin Moretz had seven points, David Lindoff and James Wilson scored four points each and Adam Lee hit a 3-pointer.