Alaska high school sports report for Saturday, May 18

sports@adn.comMay 18, 2013 

Service 4, East 0

The Service Cougars scored twice in the opening 12 minutes Saturday to convincingly clinch a berth in the state soccer tournament with a 4-0 blanking of East.

Leah Camery scored the first of her two goals in third minute of the Cook Inlet Conference match at The Dome, taking a pass from Shelby Namen.

Zoe Bailey's goal in the 12th minute gave the Cougars a big early lead that propelled them to next week's state tournament.

Service will join Dimond and South as the CIC's entries in the eight-team tournament. Service's win eliminated Chugiak from the playoff picture.

Camery added her second goal early in the second half and Aislinn Waite, benefitting from Haleigh Van Allen's third assist, completed the scoring in the 65th minute. Trysten Bailey recorded the shutout.


Chugiak 7, Eagle River 0

Tristyn Hall posted a hat trick Saturday, helping the Chugiak girls soccer team close the CIC regular season with a 7-0 win over Eagle River at The Dome.

Grace Ogden, Jessi Beverlin, Tori Fishburn and Holly Brehmer each added goals for the Mustangs, with Alexis Trombley earning a shutout.

Colony takes two

The Colony baseball team recorded two double-digit victories Saturday and clinched the top seed in the Railbelt Conference tournament. The Knights throttled Soldotna 11-0 and blew out Kenai 12-2.

Logan Sanders racked three hits and three runs in the win over Soldotna, with Jonathan Boyer striking out 10 in a six-inning shutout.

Jacob Butcher earned a win in the game against Kenai, pitching four innings and striking out six. Butcher also drove in two runs on three hits to go with two RBIs apiece from Boyer, Sanders and Dalton McHugill.

Colony is 6-0 in Railbelt play and will play Palmer in its season finale Monday.

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