Alaska high school sports digest: Oct. 23

AnchorageOctober 23, 2012 

— The Dimond Lynx completed their undefeated run through the Cook Inlet Conference volleyball season Tuesday with a 21-25, 25-18, 25-22, 25-11 home-court victory over Chugiak.

Leah Swiss piled up 20 kills and 18 digs for the Lynx, who finished the CIC regular season with a 16-0 record. Aaliyah Lewis added 21 digs, Sierra Afoa and Tatyana Johnson combined for 16 kills and Janelle Feller handed out 22 assists for Dimond.

Chugiak got 10 digs and 16 assists from McKenzie Kish and nine kills and four blocks from Rachel Gregg.

Dimond will be the top seed in next week's CIC tournament at Service and will play eighth-seeded Service in the first round.

South, the No. 2 seed, will play the loser of Tuesday's match between East and Eagle River, and Chugiak, the No. 3 seed, will play the winner. In the other first-round match, fourth-seeded Bartlett will take on fifth-seeded West.

 

South 3, Service 0

Holly Morehouse racked up 11 kills and nine blocks to power South to a 25-9. 25-7, 25-10 sweep of Service in a CIC match Tuesday at Service, but the biggest stat of the night was the $6,300 the two teams raised for the American Cancer Society.

The match was part of the annual Spike Out Cancer meeting between the two schools. Players raised more than $6,300 by selling T-shirts and collecting donations, Service coach Bryan Stenhjem said.

Mikalya Sweet added 13 kills and Morgan Hooe tallied 28 assists and three aces for South. Tayleigh Talmadge led the Cougars with five kills.

 

Bartlett 3, West 0

Bartlett defended its home court on Senior Night with a 25-20, 25-10, 25-19 sweep of West in a CIC volleyball match Tuesday.

Bartlett secured the fourth seed in next week's CIC tournament with the win, and West fell to fifth in the seeding.

East 3, Eagle River 1

Morgan Hill’s 19 kills led East on Tuesday in a 25-13, 21-25, 25-18, 25-15 Cook Inlet Conference volleyball win over host Eagle River.

East locked in the CIC tournament’s sixth seed with the win, pushing  Eagle River into the seventh seed. 

Sydney Smith scored 15 kills for the Thunderbirds, with Falua Makhele dishing 17 assists and Lavren Laurvhn contributing 11 digs.

Eagle River’s Morgen Wohrle racked a double-double with 13 kills, 13 digs and six aces. Elexa Walker delivered 30 assists to go with four kills and three aces for the Wolves.  

 

 

riflery

Dimond 7, West 0

Katie Wolski of West edged Dimond's Aljibe Reniel by two points Tuesday to post the highest score of the match, but Reniel's Dimond team took the team victory, 7-0.

Wolski fired a 289 to lead all shooters. Reniel followed with 287. The third-highest score came from C team shooter Hannah O'Brien, who shot 283 for Dimond.

Dimond 3,288, West 3,231

A team

Dimond 1,121 -- Aljibe Reniel 287, Emily Seidler 281, Chelsey Devon 279, Maddy Friedl 274. West 1,181 -- Katie Wolski 289, Lyndea Kelleher 282, Marina Noble 277, Aman LaChapelle 270.

B team

Dimond 1,095 -- Chris Alverson 280, Gabrielle Schuman 279, Bee Bunjit 268, Caitlin Asay 268. West 1,080 -- Erin Brayfield 282, Kiahna Williams 272, Benjamin Nishimoto 269, Stephen Kranich 257

C team

Dimond 1,072 -- Hannah O'Brien 283, Seth Franklin 270, Nicholas Lucas 264, Darion Jones 255. West 1,033 -- Grace Bolt 274, Tim Tyree 260, Samuel Bajoon 258, Melinna Bell 241.

 

Chugiak 7, East 0

Chugiak's Garrett Johnson shot a match-high 279 Tuesday to help the Mustangs sweep East in a CIC riflery match at East High.

All four members of Chugiak's A team surpassed 270. Rachel Morgan led East shooters with a 267.

Chugiak 3,200, East 2,762

A Team

Chugiak (1,099) -- Garrett Johnson 279, Sullivan Gilley 274, Cole Criswell 274, Nicholas Bozzo 272. East (1,013) -- Rachel Morgan 267, Heather Greiner 260, Aliyeh Azimi-Tabrizi 246, Choua Yang (240).

B Team

Chugiak (1,085) -- Dyson Hislop 276, Sarah Caudill 274, Emily Vannortwick 269, Delaney Hawkins 266. East (914) -- Allison Bate 242, Edao Vue 232, Melissa Allen 228, Madison Sampleton 212.

C Team

Chugiak (1,016) -- Ashley Campbell (260), Curtis Bringhurst (259), Kyle Bringhurst (258), Joseph Diaz (239). East (835) -- Dan O'Malley (212), Heidi Evans (211), Joceyln Gonzalez (208), Caleb Azimi-Tabrizi (204).

 

South 7, Service 0

Morgan Howard's match-high score of 284 led South to a sweep of Service in CIC riflery action Tuesday at Service.

A team

South (1,124) --Morgan Howard 284, Kenneth Corona 282, Kyle Milne 280, Tyler Winn 278. Service (1,066) -- Kate Benfield 281, Josie Kiehl 272, Yakov Tipikin 262, Heather Duffy 251.

B team

South (1,075) -- Dalton Gregg 272, Andrew Scroggs 271, Bryce Schwarz 269, Kenton Mayfield 263. Service (1,038) -- Loran Smith 279, Armondo Mendez-Rose 261, Logan Hanscom 251, Hezekiah Holland 247.

C team

South (1,022) -- Adam Cusack 269, Zachary Johnson 260, Noah Malecha 252, Ben Shlegel 241. Service (964) -- Daniel McCabe 255, Patrick Grieco 248, Moriah Miller 241, Jordan Durr 220.

 

Eagle River 7, Bartlett 0

Eagle River swept visiting Bartlett in a CIC riflery meet Tuesday, winning by more than 100 points in each match.

Eagle River's Brendon Lyon led all shooters with a 282, and James Meacham paced Bartlett with a 258.

 

Eagle River 3,167, Bartlett 2,789

A Team

Eagle River (1,110) -- Cathryn Papasodora 279, Brendon Lyon 282, Tristan Henderson 276, Jacob Nall 273. Bartlett (1,005) -- James Meacham 258, Derek Hellman 252, Kelsey Philp 250, Bao Vang 245.

B Team

Eagle River (1,067) -- Jarad Oney 270, Ben Hancox 269, Jessica Moody 268, Clarissa Deleon 260. Bartlett (966) -- Isabelle Suh 249, Lor Chue 249, Kyle Tam 238, Bryce Hellman 230.

C Team

Eagle River (990) -- Hana Williams 256, Emily Timmins 250, Christopher Nations 248, Dylan Denter 236. Bartlett (818) -- Derek Bernier 241, William Wood 238, Ryan Russell 183, Emma Gierke 156.

 

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