Anchorage high school basketball for Feb. 4

sports@adn.comFebruary 4, 2013 

— girls basketball

East 62, Chugiak 56

Fiti Manu totaled 13 points and 10 rebounds Monday, keying East's 62-56 victory over Chugiak in a Cook Inlet Conference girls basketball game at East.

East (3-4 in conference) also got a game-high 19 points from Taria Page.

Chugiak (2-5) was led by Haley Scott's 17 points.


Dimond 82, South 51

The Dimond Lynx remained undefeated in CIC play Monday by stomping South 82-51 behind Sierra Afoa's 25 points and 10 rebounds.

Karenna Liggon (16 points), Ione Fischer (12) and Tara Thompson (11points, 7 assists) also hit double figures for host Dimond, which improved to 7-0.

Taylor Murray chalked up 16 points and 15 rebounds for South (4-3). The Wolverines, who trailed 42-17 at the half, got 11 points from Sierra Mains and 10 from Sabrina Ungaro.


Bartlett 46, Eagle River 23

Tiemchieng Panoam, a 6-foot senior, nearly racked up a triple-double Monday for Bartlett in a 46-23 CIC rout of Eagle River.

Panoam, finished with 14 rebounds, 12 points and eight blocks and Nadine Fraker added 15 points for the Golden Bears (6-2).

Dana Panfil's 10 points topped Eagle River (1-7).


West 47, Service 18

Alistie Aguilar's 12 steals and seven assists powered West past Service 47-18 in CIC action Monday at West.

Alexis Wingert and Shiccia Harris Grant each added 10 points for the Eagles (6-1).

Service (0-7) was led by Kyla Pearce's seven points.


boys basketball

Eagle River 69, Bartlett 61 OT

Eric Roberts scored a game-high 20 points to lead visiting Eagle River to a 69-61 CIC overtime win over Bartlett on Monday.

Shaquan Rhoades and Hunter Hill added 14 points apiece for the Wolves (3-4 in conference play), who trailed the entire game until the final minute of regulation when Rhoades knotted the game 56-56.

Eagle River outscored Bartlett 13-5 in the extra period.

Iziah Sherman-Newsome paced the Golden Bears (1-7) with 17 points followed by Bradley Johnson with 16.

East 84, Chugiak 59

Xavier Johnson poured in 13 of his game-high 24 points in the pivotal second quarter Monday to fuel East's 84-59 CIC triumph over visiting Chugiak.

East led by two points after the first quarter but outscored the Mustangs 27-12 in the second quarter to grab a commanding 42-25 halftime lead.

Austin Huss added 15 points and Jarred Laws 11 for the Thunderbirds (4-3 in conference).

For Chugiak (0-6), Skyler Fullmer tossed in 18 points and Payton Fullmer added 16.


Service 70, West 43

Service made the most of West's 31 turnovers Monday in a 70-43 CIC boys basketball romp at West.

Adam Klie and Amu Aukusitino each pumped in 18 points for the Cougars, who ran their conference record to 7-0.

Joe Riley's nine points topped West (3-4).


Dimond 62, South 41

Dimond used a fast start to subdue South 62-41 in a CIC game Monday at Dimond.

The Lynx (6-1 in conference) raced to a 19-8 lead in the first quarter and never looked back.

Stanson Afor hit 7 of 11 field goals for a game-high 18 points and Damon Cikanek drained 3 of 5 from 3-point range en route to 16 points for Dimond. The Lynx outscored South from 3-point range 18-0.

David Alston scored 11 points and Louis Page 10 to lead South (4-3).








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