West 19, Bartlett 0 in flag football

Anna Sofia Roberts rushed for 68 yards and one touchdown, and caught a touchdown pass Tuesday, when the West flag football team beat Bartlett for the first time in school history, 19-0, at Anchorage Football Stadium. Dani Levine threw a 40-yard touchdown pass to Alexandria Rojas to help the Eagles secure the Cook Inlet Conference victory. Mary Alapeti also threw one touchdown pass.

Levine, Morgan Heppner and Samantha Simpson each snagged an interception for West, and Rowan Kraft added five pulls and one blocked pass. Kraft also caught a conversion pass, and Kelly French caught three passes for 24 yards.

Dimond 26, Chugiak 0

Colleen Fairchild caught six passes for 111 yards and three touchdowns, and also racked an interception Monday to spearhead the Dimond flag football team to a 26-0 CIC win over Chugiak.

Tara Thompson completed five of six passes for two touchdowns and ran for one touchdown, and Ione Fischer threw a touchdown pass for the Lynx at Dimond Alumni Stadium.

Jaley Bozeman rushed for 85 yards. Defensively, Gabby Coleman delivered seven pulls, one for a loss, and Aminata Cole bagged four pulls.

Service 2, South 0

Mariah Williams' pull in the end zone Monday accounted for the only points in Service's 2-0 CIC victory over South at Dimond Alumni Stadium.

Williams' delivered the safety with less than five minutes left in the game.

East 7, Eagle River 6, OT

East's Tina Dunbar scored the winning point Tuesday, on a 2-yard run at Anchorage Football Stadium, lifting the Thunderbirds to a 7-6 overtime win against Eagle River in a Cook Inlet Conference flag football game.

Eagle River's Alyssa Randall scored a fourth-quarter touchdown to tie the game at 6-6, and the Eagle River defense, led by Meghan Byman's seven pulls, stopped East's final drive in regulation to force overtime.

Each team received a possession in overtime, and the Wolves chose to attempt a 3-point score from the 20-yard line. When they failed, East only needed a one-point attempt from the 2-yard line to seal the win.

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