Glennallen's boys and girls captured the team titles Saturday at the Lumen Christi Invitational round-robin basketball tournament.
The Glennallen boys beat Aniak 50-31 to clinch their championship with a 4-0 record. Luke Weimer's 14 points led the Panthers against Aniak, which got 11 points from Braden Dallman.
The Glennallen girls topped Aniak 65-45 despite Alyssa Morgan's 24 points for the Halfbreeds. Glennallen got 15 points apiece from Sierra Virgin and Tamra Jones to complete a 3-0 run through the three-day tournament.
In other games:
-- Joseph Novcaski and Joey Brown combined for 21 points to power Lumen Christi's 44-39 triumph over the Tri Valley boys.
-- Jazmyn Bufuglien's 16 points and Emily Terry's 13 propelled the Tri Valley girls to a 42-21 win over Lumen Christi. The Archangels were paced by Nyadeng Puoy's nine points.
Tyran Waterhouse pumped in 23 points to guide the Su-Valley boys to a 57-42 win over the Kuskokwim Learning Academy of Bethel. Michael Asisick scored 14 points to lead the Bethel team.
-- In a meeting between JV girls teams, Grace Christian stopped Glennallen 31-20. Samantha Osborne's 10 points and Maddie Morgan's eight points topped Grace Christian, and Sophie Tyone's 10 points led Glennallen .
-- Matthew Morgan did most of the scoring in Aniak's 42-32 win over the Grace Christian, providing 25 points for the Halfbreeds. Turner Goforth's 10 points paced Grace.
-- Sarena Drover delivered 20 points and Ellie Bietsch was good for 10 in Su-Valley's 61-23 trouncing of the Kuskokwim Learning Academy. Mikatla Tinker's 17 points fueled the Bethel team.
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