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Anchorage high school sports report for May 14

 

GIRLS SOCCER

A pair of goals from Shayna Wolery paced Eagle River girls soccer in a 7-0 Cook Inlet Conference home win over Bartlett on Tuesday.

Gabi Mordini, Chris Bottini, Elexa Walker, Nikki Boggs and Kayla McDonald each tacked on goals for the Wolves.

Eagle River is 6-7-0 in CIC play and Bartlett is 0-13-0.

 

Chugiak 2, South 2

Goals from Jessi Beverlin and Holly Brehmer helped Chugiak forge a 2-2 draw with South in a CIC girls soccer match at Tom Huffer Sr. Stadium on Tuesday.

Beverlin scored the Mustangs' first goal on an assist from Brehmer, then assisted Brehmer on the team's second goal.

South sits in second place in the CIC at 7-4-2 and Chugiak is in fourth place at 6-3-4. The Mustangs must beat Eagle River in their CIC season finale Saturday to have a chance at making the state tournament.

 

BOYS SOCCER

South 1, Chugiak 0

The South boys soccer team escaped with a 1-0 road win over Chugiak in a CIC match at Tom Huffer Sr. Stadium on Tuesday.

South improved to 10-2-1 in CIC play, and Chugiak fell to 2-10-1.

 

BASEBALL

West 2, E. River 1

West pitcher Dalton Chapman held Eagle River to one hit Tuesday and the Eagles earned a 2-1 CIC baseball victory over Eagle River at Mulcahy Stadium.

Chapman struck out 12 in seven innings and walked one. L.J. Flex notched two hits and scored the winning run in fifth inning. Both West runs were set up by sacrifice bunts from Jose Ovalles.

Eagle River pitcher Wesley Bennice allowed four hits and two runs through six innings. R.J. Dirscherl doubled and scored an unearned run for the Wolves on a passed ball in the fourth inning, tying the score at 1-1.

West improved to 3-2 and Eagle River fell to 3-3.

 

 

South 10, Bartlett 1

Max Karnos tripled and doubled Tuesday to help South roll to a 10-1 win over Bartlett in a CIC baseball game at Mulcahy Stadium. 

Brent Case and Sean Bradley combined to pitch a four-hitter for the Wolverines, who benefited from three-run, bases-loaded double by Nick Lopetrone. Brad Butcher chipped in two hits for South. 

Zach Schmidt went 2 for 3 to lead Bartlett. 

 

 

 

    Service 5, East 2

For the second game in a row, the Service Cougars struggled at the plate but thrived in the win column, pulling out a 5-3 victory over East in a Monday high school baseball game at Mulcahy Stadium.

East righthander Scott Campos struck out nine in a losing effort, two days after South hurler Max Karnos fanned 17 Cougars in a Saturday game that Service won 2-1.

"We're not swinging the bats too well but we're getting the wins," Service coach Ken Wooster said. "Like I said after the South game, he got all the Ks, but we got the W."

In Monday's seven-inning win over East, Service left-hander Ryan Caron struck out five and allowed two hits for the complete-game victory. Josh Fetko's two-run single in the sixth gave Caron and the Cougars a three-run cushion.

In an eight-inning win Saturday over South, Jake Ridley touched Karnos for the game-winner with an RBI single in the bottom of the eighth. Caron was 3 for 3 with four stolen bases and Matt Yandell pitched a complete-game two-hitter for the Cougars.

Service, which steamrolled Eagle River 17-5 last Thursday with a six-inning pitching effort from Fetko and a two-run, pinch-hit double from Mike Perez, are 5-1 heading into a Thursday game that marks the midpoint of the CIC season.

 

Chugiak 11, Dimond 10

Chugiak slipped past Dimond 11-10 in a CIC baseball game Monday at Mulcahy Stadium.

Alex Bozzo drove in Chugiak's winning run, breaking a 10-10 tie in the seventh and final inning. Brad Cooper earned the win in a relief role.

Dimond's Jordan Clevenger drilled a home run in the fourth inning.

 

Eagle River 11, Chugiak 6

Paced by three hits apiece from Colby LeBlanc and R.J. Dirscherl, Eagle River defeated Chugiak 11-6 in a CIC baseball game last weekend at Mulcahy Stadium.

Eagle River starter David Fuller pitched into the sixth inning to earn a win and also smacked an RBI double.

Kai Fugere and Vander Lekites each recorded two hits for Chugiak.

 

SOFTBALL

West takes two

West bagged two big wins Tuesday at Albrecht Fields, taking down Eagle River 20-0 and downing Bartlett 12-2 in Cook Inlet Conference softball action.

Pauline Tufi hit for the cycle in the first win, going 4 for 4 and driving in seven runs in a game shortened to three innings by mercy rule. Lauren Syrup was the winning pitcher, and Nikki Olsen went 4 for 4.

Olsen was the winning pitcher in the win over Bartlett, striking out 11 in five innings. Jamie Bingham notched a pair of hits and RBIs, and Tufi went 3 for 4.

West improved to 10-0 in CIC play.

 

 

Chugiak 18, Service 3

Chugiak’s Carly Metcalf tossed a three-hitter Tuesday and the Mustangs exploded offensively for an 18-3 win over Service in a CIC softball game at Albrecht Fields. 

Kenzie Matthis ripped two doubles and a triple and drove in four for the Mustangs. Elle Gray went 4 for 4 with three double and three runs driven in. Katy Bakker added two hits and two RBIs for the Mustangs, who improved to 6-4 in CIC play.

 

Bartlett 13, Eagle River 1

Bartlett cruised to a 13-1 CIC softball victory over Eagle River at Albrecht Fields on Tuesday. 

Sam McFadden pitched a three-hitter for the Golden Bears, with Eagle River’s only run coming on an RBI single from Ally Cameron. 

 

East wins pair

The East softball team continued its undefeated season with two Cook Inlet Conference wins Monday at Albrecht Fields. The Thunderbirds blanked Chugiak 12-0 and blew by Eagle River 15-0.

Sydney Smith pitched a complete four innings in the win over Chugiak, holding the Mustangs hitless. Gabby Meyerson sparked the East offense with three hits, three runs and four RBIs. Vaa Pedro drove in three runs on three hits.

The win over Eagle River lasted three innings due to mercy rule, with Smith pitching the first two and Teighlor Rardon taking over for East in the third. Taria Page wet 3 for 3 with two home runs, six RBIs and three runs scored. Page's first homer was a grand slam in the bottom of the first inning, and she blasted her second in the bottom of the second.

East is 12-0 overall and 8-0 in CIC play.

 

South 3, Chugiak 1

South's Rachel White struck out eight and allowed three hits in a 3-1 CIC softball win over Chugiak at Albrecht Feilds on Monday.

Rachel Eytalis added a pair of hits and a run for the Wolverines, and Kalli Albright drove in two runs.

Rachel Gregg and Kenzie Mathis each notched hits for Chugiak.

 

 


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