Alaska high school digest: Nov. 9

sports@adn.comNovember 9, 2012 

BOYS HOCKEY

Eagle River 2, Palmer 1

Bryan Grant scored a power-play goal in overtime Friday to lift Eagle River to a 2-1 nonconferene boys hockey win over Palmer at the McDonald Center.

Carter Jesiel and Quinn Hulse assisted on the gamewinner.

Palmer led 1-0 on Christopher Dojka's first-period goal. Eagle River tied it in the third period with Brett Wood's goal.

Eagle River goaltender Justin Lopez turned away 11 shots for the win. Ashton Good stopped 29 for Palmer.

 

South 6, Chugiak 2

South unleashed three goals in the third period Friday at Ben Boeke Arena to claim a 6-2 Cook Inlet Conference hockey victory over Chugiak.

Jonathan Weston scored two goals and an assist for the winners, getting the goal and one of the assists in the third period.

Tyler Onstott and Steven Orizotti each contributed a goal and assist for the Wolverines, who led 3-2 after two periods.

South, which pelted Chugiak goaltender Matt Bennett with 32 shots, also got goals from Ronald Perry and Gavin Lubin

William Casey and Taylor Garner scored goals for the Mustangs, with Casey assisting on Garner's.

 

GIRLS HOCKEY

South-Bartlett romps

Alahna Stivers scored two goals and Morgan Newhouse scored a goal and two assists Friday to carry South-Bartlett past Chugiak-Eagle River 6-2 in a CIC girls hockey game Friday at Ben Boeke.

South-Bartlett, which led 3-0 after one period, fired 24 shots to Chugiak-Eagle River's nine.

RIFLERY

West 7, Eagle River 0

Katie Wolski fired a 292 Friday to help West blank Eagle River in a Cook Inlet Conference riflery meet.

Erin Brayfield's 280 sparked the B team and Melinna Bell's 274 led the C team for the Eagles.

 

West 3,287, Eagle River 3,186

A Team

West (1,130) -- Katie Wolski 292, Lyndea Kelleher 285, Aman LaChapelle 277, Marina Noble 276. Eagle River (1088) -- Brenden Lyon 280, Cathryn Papasodora 279, Tristan Hendeson 271, Jessica Mooty 258.

B Team

West (1,095) -- Erin Brayfield 280, Kiahna Williams 279, Stephen Kranich 277, Benjamin Nishimoto 259. Eagle River (1,038) -- Jacob Nall 267, Hannah Williamson 260, Clarissa Deleon 257, Jarrett Oney 254

C Team

West (1,062) -- Melinna Bell 274, Samuel Bajoon 267, Grace Bolt 263, Tim Tyree 258. Eagle River (1,060) -- Ben Hancox 269, Dana Bernhardt 266, Emily Timmins 263, Sydney Deering 262

 

South 7, East 0

Kenneth Corona took a two-point win over teammate Kyle Milne in South's CIC riflery sweep of East, with Corona shooting a 283 and Milne a 281.

Heather Greiner's 278 led East.

 

South 3,165 East 2,057

A Team

South (1,116) -- Kenneth Corona 283, Kyle Milne 281, Morgan Howard 277, Tyler Winn 276. East (1025) -- Heather Greiner 278, Allison Bate 260, Aliyeh Tabrizi-Azimi 253, Heidi Evans 234.

B Team

South (1,084) -- Andrew Scroggs 276, Adam Cusack 275, Dalton Gregg 272, Ben Schlegel 261. East (881) -- Kayla Jones 234, Melissa Allen 228, Caleb Tabrizi-Azimi 225, Jocelyn Gonzalez 194.

C Team

South (965) -- Noah Malecha 251, Jean Larson-Rein 243, Zachary Johnson 241, Hunter Mains 230. East (181) -- Mohamed Niagne 181.

 

Dimond 7, Bartlett 0

Reniel Aljibe shot a 291 and Dimond piled up 3,316 points Friday to turn back Bartlett in CIC riflery Friday.

 

Dimond 3,316, Bartlett 3,007

A Team

Dimond (1,145) -- Reniel Aljibe 291, Nathan Hussong 286, Madeline Friedl 285, Chelsey Deven 283. Bartlett (1,041) -- BaoKang Vang 278, Kelsey Philp 258, William Wood 253, Chue Lor 252.

B Team

Dimond (1,098) -- Chris Alverson 278, Darion Jones 275, Seth Frankin 273, Caitlin Asay 272. Bartlett (1,011) -- James Meacham 264, Derek Hellman 255, Kaitlyn Bernier 248, Kyle Tam 244.

C Team

Dimond (1,073) -- Melinda Moto-Weinstein 281, Hannah O,Brien 272, Ryan Rieser 266, Summer Milligan 254. Bartlett (955) -- Isabelle Suh 256, Bryce Hellman 255, Emma Gierke 238, Tammalivis Salanoa 213.

 

 

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