Gold Medal Roundup: Hydaburg advances to Mighty B final

Posted: Saturday, March 31, 2007

Darren Edenshaw poured in 34 points and Matt Carle added 28 points as two-time Juneau Lions Club Gold Medal Tournament Mighty B Bracket champions Hydaburg topped Metlakatla on Friday in an elimination game.

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George Peratrovich scored 24 points, Devin Edenshaw added eight points and Sid Edenshaw scored six points in the win.

Hydaburg hit 11 3-pointers in the win.

Willie Hayward led Metlakatla with a game-high 44 points.

Cameron Cook had 21 points, Mike Henderson added 13 points while Bryan Hayward and Rich Hayward scored seven points each in defeat.


Metlakatla 96, Juneau Delta 83

Metlakatla rebounded from a four-point halftime deficit to beat Juneau Delta.

Frank Hayward scored a game-high 31 points and Trevan Walker added 23 points in the win.

Paul Bryant contributed 17 points for victorious Metlakatla.

Yuri Morgan and Al Tagaban had 20 points each for Juneau Delta. Doug Drazkowski scored 16 points and Sean Joslyn had nine points in the loss.


Metlakatla 63, Petersburg 58

Vera James and Talia Marsden scored 14 points each to lead the Metlakatla Git' Taquan to the women's bracket final.

Ashley Hayward had 13 points and Martine Hayward scored 11 points for the defending champions.

Jennifer Thomassen led Petersburg with 16 points. Brittni Birchell and Mandie Whitethorn tallied 12 points each for Petersburg.


Klawock 72, Angoon 57

Klawock received 24 points from Norm Skan to advance to the first Masters Bracket championship game.

David Edenshaw scored 16 points, Ramond Henderson added 14 points and John Garvey tossed in eight points for Klawock.

For Angoon, Willie Jack scored a team-high 22 points. Joey George had 13 points, Royal Jackson had nine points and Frank Joseph tallied eight points in the loss.


Angoon 85, Yakutat 66

Angoon scored 50 points in the second half to eliminate Yakutat.

Stephen Johnson had 20 points, Stewart Jack scored 17 points and Alper Johnson had 14 in the win. Bailey Johnson added 10 points for Angoon.

Yakutat's Sam Ferguson scored 20 points while Alin Vale chipped in 18 points. Ben Dunbar hit four 3-pointers and scored 13 points for Yakutat.

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