Alaska high school sports digest for Nov. 6


South 2, East 0

South goalie Nathan Wright stopped 16 shots Tuesday, earning a 2-0 shutout over East in a Cook Inlet Conference boys hockey game at Ben Boeke Arena.

Tanner Congdon opened the scoring early in the second period, and Josh Smith gave the Wolverines some insurance with a third-period goal.

South fired 34 shots, with East goalie Kenneth Thompson stopping 32.


Wasilla 4, Eagle River 2

Four different players scored for Wasilla to generate a come-from-behind 4-2 win over Eagle River in a boys hockey game at the McDonald Center on Tuesday.

Eagle River jumped to a 2-0 lead on first-period goals from Kyle Johnson and Carter Jesiel, but the Warriors stormed back with four unanswered goals from Cooper Hanson, Jack Reeves, Colten Fletcher and Cody Butcher.

Both teams fired 21 shots, and Wasilla goalie Lauren Massie made 19 saves.



Service-East 5, South-Bartlett 4

Amy Brassard and Kerianne Hansen each bagged two goals Tuesday to help the Service-East girls hockey team earn a 5-4 win over South-Bartlett in a Cook Inlet Conference game at Ben Boeke Arena.

Hansen's second goal was the game winner, breaking a 4-4 tie with 2:48 left in the third period. The score was tied 2-2 through two periods, Brassard giving Service-East a 3-2 lead with 7:29 remaining in the third.

South-Bartlett answered with goals from Emily Carmen and Melanie Bartenstein to vault ahead 4-3 before Madisan Millar tied it with a goal for Service-East.

South-Bartlett's Riley Thomas and Madi Thomas each notched goals in the second period, and Service-East goalie Katy Martin stopped 12 shots in the win.


Mat-Su 6, Chugiak-Eagle River 2

Keanna Hawk's hat trick propelled the Mat-Su girls hockey team to a 6-2 win over Chugiak-Eagle River in a high school game at the McDonald Center on Tuesday.

Hawk struck for the game's first two goals and gave Mat-Su a 4-1 lead with a second-period goal.

Holly Linder and Autumn Sperry scored for Chugiak-Eagle River, and Mat-Su goalie Emma Denny made eight saves.


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