Alaska high school sports roundup for Dec. 5

December 5, 2012 

— prep wrestling

South 84, Dimond 6

South wrestlers won 12 matches by pin Wednesday, pummeling Dimond 84-6 in a dual Cook Inlet Conference meet at South High.

South's Jarmie Augafa needed just 14 seconds to pin his opponent in the 285-pound division, and Sharif Taha won at 195 pounds with a pin in just 37 seconds.

Dimond's Gabriel Mayo also recorded a pin, winning in the 220-pound division.

South 84, Dimond, 6

220 -- Gabriel Mayo, Dimond, p. Elisha Wright, 3:14. 285 -- Jarmie Augafa, South, p. Cody Wadsworth, 0:14. 98 -- Greg Shack, South, won by forfeit. 106 -- Noah Ottum, South, won by forfeit. 113 -- Matt Glover, South, p. E.J. Tung, 0:33. 120 -- Gavin Alvarado, South, p. Austin Deville, 1:18. 126 -- Zachary Ritchie, South, p. David Waters, 1:05. 132 -- Logan Nerland, South, p. Xavier Hannah, 3:58. 138 -- Luke Foster, South, p. Edgar Villasenor, 3:08. 145 -- Kraig Hammond, South, p. Matthew Harvey, 5:02. 152 -- Geno Giordano, South, p. Nick Mayser, 2:46. 160 -- Nathan Hakala, South, p. Troy Simeonoff, 1:17. 170 -- Brent Case, South, p. Mike Anders, 1:41. 182 -- Zane Fejes, South, p. Brandon Bailey, 4:59. 195 -- Sharif Taha, South, p. Brody Jones, 0:37.

Service 84, Bartlett 0

Service skunked Bartlett 84-0 Wednesday in a CIC dual wrestling meet at Bartlett High.

Led by Slade Lindsoe's 48-second pin in the 113-pound weight class, nine Cougars won matches via pin.

Service, 84, Bartlett 0

98 -- Slava Hoffman, Service, won by forfeit. 106 -- Katelyn Johnson, Service won by forfeit. 113 -- Slade Lindsoe, Service, p. Michael Braudis, Bartlett, 0:48. 120 -- Joshua Fetko, Service, p. Jaime Green, 5:46. 126 -- Alexander Nanez, Service, t.f. Tyler Nunez, 24-8. 132 -- Nyeem Johnson, Service, m.d. Hunter Myers, 14-4. 138 -- Larkin Santoyo, Service, p. Alex Lisenby, Bartlett, 0:25. 145 -- John Pounds, Service, p. Preston Avellar, Bartlett, 1:00. 152 -- Mario Herrera, Service, p. Louis Duffy, 2:41. 160 -- Tyler Thammavongsa, Service, t.f. Jared Braudis, 19-4. 170 -- Emetrius McCleod, Service, p. Nuu Uti, 1:42. 182 -- Brandon Lea, Service, p. Richard Helme, 3:02. 195 -- Franklyn Dunbar, Service, m.d. Anthony Braudis, 9-0. 220 -- Nicholas Stevens, Service, p. Wyatt Bruso, 3:58. 285 -- Kekoa Fomai, Service, p. Otto Ducasse, 4:45.

prep girls hockey

Dimond-West 10, Chugiak-Eagle River 0

Ten different players scored for Dimond-West in Wednesday's 10-0 girls Cook Inlet Conference hockey win over Chugiak-Eagle River at Ben Boeke Arena.

Madeline Courrier and Merryn Daniel each notched power-play goals to give Dimond-West a 2-0 lead after one period. Tami Suenram, Miryea Herman and Allye Brodie all scored in the second period to extend the lead to 5-0.

Dimond-West goalie Isabella Sellers stopped 11 shots in the shutout, with Nancy Wright, Sara Peters, Brandi Muller, Pauline Tufi and Leandra Murray all adding third-period goals.

tennis

Lekander wins two titles

Reed Lekander got the better of Eddie Lewis in two final matches of the Alaska Junior Tennis Championships at The Alaska Club North last weekend, winning titles in the boys 18 singles and the boys 18 doubles.

Lekander took out Lewis in straight sets (6-0, 7-6) to win the singles title, and he teamed with Jayden Hodgson to beat Lewis and Ryan Roys in straight sets to win the doubles final.

Adrienne Fox captured the girls 18 singles title, defeating Ava Lekander 7-5, 6-1.

Alaska Junior Tennis Championships

The Alaska Club North

Finals

Boys 14 Singles -- Hemry, Joseph (1) def. Wolfe, Justin 6-1; 6-0. Boys 16 Singles -- Hodgson, Jayden (1) def. Hemry, Joseph 6-1; 6-0. Boys 18 Doubles -- Hodgson, Jayden and Lekander, Reed (2) def. Lewis, Eddie and Roys, Ryan (1) 6-3; 6-4. Boys 18 Singles -- Lekander, Reed (2) def. Lewis, Eddie (1) 6-0; 7-6. Girls 18 Singles -- Fox, Adrienne def. Lekander, Ava 7-5; 6-1.

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