GIRLS PREP HOCKEY
Service-East's Brenna Gaskov and Morgan Hill scored goals on stingy South-Bartlett goaltender Zoe Scherer to spearhead a 2-0 victory Thursday in a Cook Inlet Conference girls hockey game at Ben Boeke Arena.
Scherer made 26 saves to keep her team in the game.
Gaskov scored a second-period, power-play goal off an assist from Bria Lindsoe and Hill added an even-strength goal off a helper from Leilani Blair late in the third period.
Service-East goalie Julia Miknich made five saves for the shutout.
BOYS PREP HOCKEY
Service 5, West 3
Howard Yawit scored one goal and assisted on three others Thursday night to help lift the Service boys hockey team to a 5-3 Cook Inlet Conference victory over West at Ben Boeke Arena.
Andrew Cummings and Braden Mitchell each furnished Service with one goal and two helpers, Leo Karcz generated one goal and one assist, and Tyler Miknich added a goal. Dustin Fritz made 20 saves for the Cougars.
Dawson Ellingsworth scored two goals for West, which also received a goal from Max Osgood and two assists from Kieran Kuiper.
Joe Chekan stopped 23 shots for the Eagles.
Dimond 7, Service 0
Dimond's high-level consistency -- only 55 points separated its A team and C team scores -- earned it a 7-0 victory at Service in the final Cook Inlet Conference riflery match for both teams.
Dimond's Chelsy Devon led all shooters with a 290 on the A team and teammate Reniel Aljibe fired a 289. The 12 Lynx shooters averaged 278.25 points.
Loran Smith led Service with a 282.
Dimond 7, Service 0
Dimond 3,339-Service 3,164
Dimond (1,136): Chelsy Devon 290, Reniel Aljibe 289, Nathan Hussong 282, Maddy Friedl 275.
Service (1,102): Loran Smith 282, Kate Benfield 279, Josie Kiehl 273, Yakov Tipkin 268.
Dimond (1,122): Bee Bunjit 285, Melinda Moto-Weinstein 282, Emily Seidler 280, Chris Alverson 275.
Service (1,058): Anna Greene 273, Heather Duffy 265, Daniel McCabe 262, Nicole Pate 258.
Dimond (1,081): Cole Campoamor 279, Victoria Hill 271, Julie Duclos 269, Seth Franklin 262.
Service (1,004): Logan Hanscom 263, Armond Mondoa-Rose 260, Patrick Grieco 254, Moriah Miller 227.
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