Alaska high school sports report for Jan. 24


Dimond 11, Chugiak 0

Dimond played a near-perfect hockey game Thursday — no penalties, no goals allowed, goals from eight players — to beat Chugiak 11-0 in a Cook Inlet Conference game at Ben Boeke.

Joel Tomuro scored a hat trick and Kenny Hausinger scored two goals to spark Dimond’s potent offense, which produced four goals in the first period, three in the second and four in the third.

Jordan MacMillan stopped 14 shots for the shutout, while Chugiak goaltenders Matt Bennett and Jack Straub faced a combined 48 shots.


Service-East cruises

Kaitlan Miknich scored twice and Amy Brassard dished three assists Thursday to help the Service-East girls hockey team shut out Chugiak-Eagle River 4-0 in a Cook Inlet Conference game at Ben Boeke Arena.

Service-East’s Morgan Hill opened scoring midway through the first period, with Miknich scoring once in the second and once in the third. Madisan Millar tacked on the fourth goal.

Service-East outshot Chugiak-Eagle River 35-7.


Chugiak 37, Homer 21

A balanced scoring attack carried Chugiak past Homer 37-21 Thursday in a nonconference game at Chugiak.

Brandy Bookout topped the Mustangs with eight points. Leading all scorers was Haley Oliver of Homer, who netted 10 points.


Chugiak 72, Homer 48

Skyler Fullmer racked 29 points Thursday to lead the Chugiak boys basketball team to a 72-48 nonconference win over visiting Homer.

Payton Fullmer tossed in 17 points for Chugiak, which received scoring contributions from nine players.


Rumble under way

Nikolaevsk and Lumen Christi each picked up a pair of wins in the first round of the Conoco Phillips Warrior Rumble at Nikolaevsk on Thursday, the boys and girls teams for each school earning victories.

The Nikolaevsk boys defeated Wasilla Lake 56-44 in the round-robin event, and the Lumen Christi boys downed Ninilchick 50-31.

In girls action, Nikolaevsk prevailed 38-20 over Wasilla Lake and Lumen Christi rolled past Ninilchick 42-11.