Alaska high school sports report for Jan. 15

sports@adn.comJanuary 15, 2013 

prep boys hockey

South 2, East 1

South's Ron Perry scored his second goal of the game, an overtime strike Tuesday night, to lift the Wolverines to a 2-1 Cook Inlet Conference boys hockey win over East at Ben Boeke Arena.

East goalie Owen Carlson stopped 30 shots and South goalie Ben Simpson stopped 13, keeping the game scoreless through two periods.

Perry gave South a 1-0 lead with 7:10 left in the third period, but East's Sam Stinson evened it with a goal with 3:59 left.

Perry's game winner came with 4:33 remaining in overtime.

 

Service 1, Chugiak 0

Junior goaltender Dustin Fritz stopped 19 shots Tuesday night to backstop Service to a 1-0 victory over Chugiak in a boys CIC hockey game at the McDonald Center in Eagle River.

Andrew Cummings bagged the game's only goal, off an assist from Miles Giorgione, in the closing minute of the second period.

Chugiak's Matt Bennett made 19 saves.

 

PREP GIRLS HOCKEY

Service-East hangs on

A pair of goals from Kaitlan Miknich powered a 4-3 win for the Service-East girls over South-Bartlett in a Cook Inlet Conference hockey game Tuesday at Ben Boeke Arena.

Miknich scored her team's final goal to give Service-East a 4-2 lead with just more than six minutes remaining. Morgan Newhouse, who notched assists on each of South-Bartlett's first two goals, scored to make it 4-3 with 1:37 left.

Service-East's Breena Gaskov opened scoring late in the first period, and Amy Brassard recorded a goal and two assists. Service-East goalies Sarah Widmayer and Shelby Skondovitch combined to make seven saves.

Ivy Weeks and Madi Thomas each scored for South-Bartlett, and goalie Tamare Bill made 16 saves.

 

prep boys basketball

Colony 60, Wasilla 48

A big second half Tuesday provided the Colony boys basketball team with a come-from-behind 60-48 win over host Wasilla.

The Knights, led by 17 points from Joe Gray, trailed by eight at halftime, cut the deficit to three through three quarters and used a 20-5 fourth quarter run to seal the win.

Damien Fulp scored 16 points for Colony, Hunter Eisenhower netted 15 and Nathan Umbarger retrieved a game-high 10 rebounds.

Dane Kuiper paced Wasilla with 16 points, and Nate Hanson nearly secured a double-double with 10 points and nine rebounds.

 

ACS 89, Houston 35

The Anchorage Christian boys flirted with 30 points in each of the first three quarters of Tuesday's high school basketball game at Houston, blowing out Houston, 89-35.

Calvin Hoffman led all scorers with 20 points for ACS. Gus Simmers deposited 16 for the Lions, with Alex Brown adding 12 and Jalen Terry chipping in 10.

Matt Barron and Sam Brandt were Houston's top scorers, hitting for 15 and 12 points, respectively.

 

prep girls basketball

Wasilla 45, Colony 17

Kyla Dinkel scored 13 points and Alexis Imoe scored 11 to lead the Wasilla girls to a 45-17 high school basketball win Tuesday against visiting Colony.

The Warriors (9-0) trailed 14-11 after one quarter, but held the Knights to just three points in the final three quarters. Dinkel hauled in a game-high 11 rebounds to complete a double-double and Alysha Devine sparked the Wasilla defense with five steals.

Izzy Tweed's six points led Colony.

 

ACS 58, Houston 42

Ten players scored for the Anchorage Christian girls in Tuesday's 58-42 win over host Houston in a high school basketball game.

ACS' Dallas Dickerson led the way with 16 points and Michelle Coderre tossed in 14.

Two Houston players also reached double digits, with Dejonee Hale racking a game-high 17 points and Victoria Baybado hitting for 11.

 

 

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