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Boys prep basketball: Wins for East, West, Eagle River, Bartlett

  • Author: Alaska News
  • Updated: September 28, 2016
  • Published February 13, 2016

East 90, Dimond 82, OT

One night after losing in overtime, East bounced back to win in overtime, taking down Dimond 90-82 in a Cook Inlet Conference boys basketball game at Dimond.

Moses Miller racked up 24 points to lead the T-birds, who used superior shooting at the free-throw line to win.

East sank 29 of 39 free throws, and Dimond hit 12 of 23.

Miller, who left Friday's 87-82 loss to Wasilla with an injury in the first quarter, knocked down four 3-pointers and hit eight of 12 free throws against Dimond.

Three others reached double figures for the T-birds -- Alec Canete-Hall (19, with 7-of-8 free-throw shooting), Marquis White (16 points, 4 of 6 free throws) and Daon Jones (15).

Eric Jenkins turned in a big game for Dimond with 19 points and nine rebounds. Josh Fosi added 15 points, Anthony Parker had 11 and Dylan Tufaga 10.

West 63, Service 59, OT

Sean Duffy scored four points in overtime Saturday to spark West's 63-59 win over Service in a CIC boys basketball thriller at Service.

The game was tied 57-57 at the end of regulation. The Eagles won it in the extra period with Duffy's 3-pointer and 3-of-5 shooting from the foul line, an effort that included one free throw from Duffy and two from Da'Zhon Wyche.

Service's Nathan Fromm poured in a game-high 33 points, an effort that include a 14-of-19 performance at the foul line.

Wyche topped West with 23 points, nine rebounds and five steals. Duffy added eight rebounds.

West trailed 23-12 at the half, but Wyche drained four consecutive triples in the third quarter to rally the Eagles.

Eagle River 56, Chugiak 51

Eagle River won its first CIC game of the season Saturday, using Savion Wilson's 17 points to stop rival Chugiak 56-51 in Chugiak.

Freshmen Ryan Adkins and Bryson Rollman added 11 and 10 points respectively for the Wolves.

Chugiak got a boost from Hunter Harr's 14 points and six rebounds and Zach Hauger's 13 points.

Bartlett 55, South 38

Anthony Camacho tossed in 17 points and two teammates joined him in double figures Saturday to help Bartlett stop South 55-38 in a Cook Inlet Conference boys basketball game at Bartlett.

Bentiu Panoam was good for 14 points and Ryan Trailer added 10 for the Golden Bears, who raced to an early 22-13 lead.

Alex Adams led South with 15 points.

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