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Prep basketball: Results from Tuesday's girls games

  • Author: Alaska News
  • Updated: September 28, 2016
  • Published January 19, 2016

South 52, Bartlett 51

Kelsey Sweetsir sank two free throws with 18 seconds left Tuesday to lift South to a 52-51 CIC win over visiting Bartlett.

Morgan Lash netted a game-high 16 point for the Wolverines, who got another 12 from Isabel Babiak and seven from Sweetsir, who went to the foul line at the end of the game with her team trailing by one point.

Damaiya Ward's 15 points and Montasia Brown's 12 topped Bartlett.

Dimond 56, East 34

Whitney Shapp and Alissa Pili combined for 21 points and 19 rebounds Tuesday in Dimond's 56-34 Cook Inlet Conference win over East.

Shapp scored a game-high 12 points to go with nine rebounds and Pili grabbed a game-high 10 rebounds to go with nine points.

East got a boost from Sandin Kidder's 11 points and Azaria Robinson's eight points and six rebounds.

West 50, Service 27

A double-double by Theyoung Puoy carried West past Service 50-27 in a CIC game Tuesday at West High.

Puoy piled up 16 points and 13 rebounds for the Eagles. Kameron Alyx Brown added 10 points, four rebounds and three steals.

Katie Pierce led the Cougars with eight points.

Chugiak 61, Eagle River 37

Randi McMullen led a trio of double-figurer scorers for Chugiak in a 61-37 CIC win over Eagle River.

McMullen dropped in 16 points in the Tuesday game in Eagle River. Hannah Russell chipped in 13 points and Nicole Pinckney added 11 for the Mustangs.

Saraya Willis scored 11 points and Michaela Brown had 10 for Eagle River.

Grace 52, Palmer 49

Annie Vanderweide sank four free throws in the final quarter Tuesday to help Grace Christian fend off Palmer 52-49 in a nonconference girls basketball game at Grace Christian.

Vanderweide finished with a game-high 19 points. She hit three 3-pointers to help the Grizzlies gain a 44-36 lead after four quarters, but the Moose made things close by outscoring Grace 13-8 in the final quarter.

Abriana Buseby knocked down four 3-pointers on her way to a team-high 16 points for Palmer. Sarah Laker grabbed 16 rebounds for the Grizzlies.

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