Second-half surge gives Floyd Dryden girls a win

Yakutat scores 50 points to earn a Boys' B division win

Posted: Friday, December 09, 2005

Floyd Dryden B scored 20 points in the second half to defeat Haines B 28-17 on Thursday in the Fastbreak Club / Rebounders Club Tournament at Dzantik'i Heeni Middle School.

Chandler Christiansen had five points while Gabbie Saldivar, Charley Johnson and Melissa Skan scored four points each for Dryden.

Olivia Henderson, Alissa Hulbert, Janie White, Samantha Sharp and Savana Petrie each had two points in the win while Kalea Chapman added one point.

For Haines, Abby Jones and Carlee Heinmiller scored six points each. Hanna Wing scored two points, Jae McDermaid had three points and Jolene Lemieux added two points for Haines.


Dzantik'i Heeni B 45, JCS 9

Kelsea Goodell, Genoa Mangusso and Miquelle Brinson scored eight points each to lead a balanced Dzantik'i Heeni attack against Juneau Christian School.

Crystal Moala had six points Charnelle Landingham had four points while Karen Carrillo, Shelby Jeffries, Crystal Clark and Sarah Donahoe each contributed a bucket in the win.

Megan Hart led JCS with a team-high four points while Karen Leder had three points and Cassie Orbistondo scored two points in the loss.

JCS 21, Petersburg B 20

Courtney Johnson scored eight points, six in the second half, to lead Juneau Christian School past Petersburg B.

Brittany Donahue had six points, Megan Hart scored two points, Cassie Orbistondo had three points and Callie Cummins contributed a bucket for JCS.

For Petersburg, Haili Otness had eight points while Brianna Williams added six points in the loss. Mary Evens had four points and Hillary Scherrer added two for Petersburg.

Floyd Dryden B 28,

Dzantik'i Heeni C 11

Melissa Skan and Alissa Hulbert scored eight points each as Dryden B topped Heeni C.

Samantha Sharp, Emily Sharp, Savana Petrie, Gabbie Saldivar, Jamie White and Olivia Henderson all scored for Dryden.

For DZ, Sarah Tarver led the way with six points. Chelsea Flint added four points and Solana Ashe sunk a free throw for DZ.

Haines B 16, Floyd Dryden C 8

Abby Jones poured in seven points to push Haines B past Dryden C.

Carlee Heinmiller scored three points, Hanna Wing added two points, Jae McDermaid scored two points and Savannah Price added a bucket in the win.

For Dryden, Marie Holden and Nicole George scored two points each while Geraldine Gardner added three points. Also in the loss, Holly White hit a free throw.

Dzantik'i Heeni B 37, Hoonah B 23

Charnelle Landingham posted 10 points in Dzantik'i' Heeni's B team's win over Hoonah B.

Crystal Clark had six points, Genoa Mangusso added eight points, Sarah Donohoe had four points in the win.

Shelby Jeffries, Megan Moskito, Tessa Miller, Kelsea Goodell and Glenn Hoskinson scored in the win.

Kristin Johanson scored 10 points for Hoonah while Jannell Byers added six points, Shanwa Barros had three points and Gina Norris and Brenna Johanson scored two points each in the loss.

Petersburg B 14, Floyd Dryden C 12

Petersburg B received a big second half boost from Jordyn Byrer in a win over Dryden C.

Byrer scored six of her eight points in the second half for Petersburg. Brianna Williams and Hillary Scherrer combined for six points in the win.

Karissa Jackson, Nicole George and Geraldine Gardner all scored for Dryden C.

Hoonah B 34, Dzantik'i Heeni C 22

Jordan Sheakley scored 10 points to lead a balanced Hoonah team past DZ.

Gina Norris and Shawna Barros scored six points each, Jannell Byers had eight points and Kristin Barros added four points for Hoonah.

For DZ, Sarah Tarver scored a game-high 12 points while Annika Ovel was 4-for-6 from the free-throw line. Jenna Hyde, Solana Ashe and Chelsea Flint had two points each in the loss.


Yakutat 50, Hoonah 43

Sam Karsunky scored 16 points to lift Yakutat past Hoonah.

Clint Ivers and Jacob Taylor scored 12 poitns each in the win. Trevor Henry had six points, Rex Newland had four second-half points for Yakutat.

For Hoonah, Timmy Coutlee contributed 11 points while Kole Skaflestad added 10 points and Kristian Geise scored 10 points.

Henry Dalton added four points and Cory Smith scored eight points in the loss.

Dzantik'i Heeni B 42, Petersburg 13

Eight different DZ players scored in a win over Petersburg.

Austin Shoemaker, Miles Bedford, Colin Gozelski, Matt Noreen, John Correa, Antonio Chavez, Matt Smith, Cort Saviers and Zack Bursell all found the hoop for DZ.

For Petersburg, Tony Craig led the team with four points while Jordan Barnet and Clifton Gudgel scored three points each. Guy Birchell added a bucket for Petersburg.

Nome B 33, Haines B 17

The Nanooks topped Haines behind a 10-point night from Christian Leckbond. Tim Sullivan, Zac Bourdon, David Stickel and Teddy Payenna also scored for Nome.

For Haines, Charles Baltzell had nine points while Parker Scnabel added four points. Tyler Swinton and Dillon Baltzell also scored for Haines.

Floyd Dryden B 49, Schoenbar B 39

Lawrence Fenumia scored 14 points to lead Dryden B past Schoenbar B.

Ryan Baldwin added six points, Ben Hotch scored 10 points and Matthew Maka added 10 points in the win. Lance Ibesate added five points, Edward Hurtte scored two poitns and Jazz King posted two points for Dryden.

Chaz Allen posted 11 points for Schoenbar whle Simon Brooks scored 13 points in the loss. Jesse Lindgren added five poitns while Jasper Reese, Rodney Manabat and Alex Williams also scored in the loss.

Schoenbar B 48, Yakutat 29

Simon Brooks exploded for 20 points as Schoenbar toppled Yakutat.

Jesse Lindgren added 15 points, Jasper Reese scored six points, Alex Williams contributed four points and Warren Booth hit a shot for Schoenbar.

For Yakutat, Clint Ivers scored 18 points while Sam Karsunky added six points.

Trevor Henry and Jacob Taylor also scored for Yakutat.

Dzantik'i Heeni B 43, Haines B 18

Colin Gozelski's 18 points lifted DZ past Haines.

Austin Shoemaker, Zack Bursell, Matt Smith, Matt Noreen, Antonio Chavez and John Correa also scored for DZ.

Charles Batzell led Haines with eight points while Dillon Batzell, Tyler Swinton and Paker Schrabel added two points each in the defeat.

Floyd Dryden B 56, Hoonah 36

Jazz King scored 11 second-half points as Dryden upended Hoonah.

Lawrence Fenumiai, Tyler Campbell, Brendan Lumbab, Travis Godfrey, Ben Hotch, Xavier Dunn, Alex Kelly, Kyle Berry, Matthew Maka and Lance Ibesate all scored for Dryden.

For Hoonah, Cory Smith had 11 points, Kristian Geise scored 12 points and Kole Skaflestad added seven points. Ricky Contreras and Timmy Coutlee also scored for Hoonah.

Nome B 40, Petersburg B 11

Seven different Nome players got in the scorebook as the Nanooks toppled Petersburg.

Christian Leckbond scored 12 points, Tim Sullivan had eight points while Josh McComas, Zac Bourdon, David Stickle, Teddy Payenna and David Stilchen all scored for Nome.

Guy Birchell led Petersburg with six points while Stuart Drollinger, Tony Craig and Jacob Craig scored in the loss.


Floyd Dryden A 50,

Dzantik'i Heeni A 34

Cody Grussendorf poured in 14 points as Dryden topped DZ.

Victor Wilson, Torey Franzen, Dominic Holloway, Ryan Johanson, Brian Koenig and Eric Sele all scored for Dryden.

Aaron Cohen had 11 points in a losing effort for DZ. Reese Saviers had 10 points, Jake Monagle added five points, Keath Flint scored four points while Brian Beckner and Jamie Daniel added two points each for DZ.

Haines A 42, Dzantik'i Heeni A 40

Kyle Fossman poured in 29 points for Haines in a win over DZ.

Easton Hagwood scored five points while Derek Lougee and Brian Huntsman added four points each for Haines.

No statistics were available for DZ.

Schoenbar A 58, Petersburg 16

Tyler Elliott scored 22 points to lift Schoenbar past Petersburg.

Tore Singstad, Patrick Day, Tyller Bell, David Klein, Erik Ruaro and Chris Davison all scored for Schoebar.

For Petersburg, Jordon Monroe scored three points.

Schoenbar A 52, Nome A 44

Tore Singstad and Tyller Bell combined to scored 26 points and lifted Schoenbar past Nome.

Tyler Elliott, Patrick Day, David Klein, Eric Ruaro and Chris Davidson all scored for Schoenbar.

Jon Wongittilin led Nome with 16 points whlie Jeremy Head added 14 points. Josh Samuels scored seven points while Jode Babcock, Dawson Kauer and Bryan Contreras all scored for Nome.

Haines A 52, Dzantik'i Heeni A 46

Kyle Fossman poured in 38 points as Haines held off DZ.

Easton Hagwood scored six points while Brian Huntsman and Derek Lougee also scored for Haines.

Eight different players scored for DZ in the loss. Reese Saviers, Brian Beckner, Cole Lendrum, Jamie Daniel, Dylan Baker, Keath Flint, Jake Monagle and Hans Javier all paced DZ's scoring effort.

Floyd Dryden A 51, Nome A 38

Cody Grussendorf and Victor Wilson joined forces to score 37 points to lead Dryden past Nome.

Brian Koenig and Eric Sele scored six points each while Nathan Graves added two points for Dryden.

Jeremy Head led Nome with 20 points whlie Junior Samuels added 11 points in the loss. Jon Wongittilin had five points and Dawson Kauer scored two points for the Nanooks.


Dzantik'i Heeni A 30,

Floyd Dryden A 15

Corey Mulder sank 7-of-12 free throws to pace DZ past Dryden.

Annette Highley had six points, Karli Brakes added four points, Janel Saceda scored three points, Mahlet Tingley contributed six points and Hannah Swofford scored two points for DZ.

For Dryden, Kristen Dierick scored nine points while Krista Barril and Brittany Fenumiai also scored in the win.

Juneau-Douglas C 29, Petersburg A 19

Juneau-Douglas C topped Petersburg A behind eight points from Kristie Ely.

Darby Brown, Amy Bergmann, Marissa Worley, Cate Frega, Annie Bartholomow and Wendy Wallers all scored for Juneau-Douglas.

Morgan Falter, Kylene Hedlund, Teara Lyons, Setsu Normura, Christine Slaght all scored for Petersburg.

Dzantiki'i Heeni A 49, Petersburg A 7

Hannah Swofford scored a game-high 14 points as DZ defeated Petersburg.

Megan Mauseth, Mahlet Tingley, Karli Brakes, Cory Mulder, Annette Highley, Taylor Larson and Daffodil Alinson also scored for DZ.

For Petersburg, Setsu Normura scored all seven of her team's points.

• Editor's Note: The Juneau Empire sports department would like to thank tournament directors Jody Johns and Lisa Baker for providing the information seen here.

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