CIA Classic awards accolades

  • By Staff Report
  • Tuesday, December 19, 2017 12:42am
  • Sports

The CIA Classic, which ran Thursday through Saturday, awarded accolades after the tournament to the weekend’s top performers.

Boys All-Tournament team — Uriah Huntsman, Nanwalek; Kalenik Molodih, Nikolaevsk; Sage Stanish, Nikolaevsk; Teanna Amodo, Kodiak ESS; Travis Amodo, Kodiak ESS; Zachary Trail, Nikolaevsk; Hunter Moos, Cook Inlet Academy; Marcus Wilson, Nanwalek; Jaibao Leaf, Cook Inlet Academy; Sergey Yakunin, Nikolaevsk.

Girls All-Tournament team — Angela Druesedow, Nikiski JV; Kristin Klaich, Nikolaevsk; Drysta Crosby-Schneider, Soldotna C team; Markiana Yakunin, Nikolaevsk; Elizabeth Fefelov, Nikolaevsk; Lillian Carstens, Nikiski JV; Mikayla Leadens, Soldotna C team; Adara Warren, Cook Inlet Academy; Justina Fefelov, Nikolaevsk; Taylor Edwards, Soldotna C team.

Sportsmanship award — Nikolaevsk boys, Nikiski JV girls.

Academic team (4.0 GPA) — Breona Delon, CIA; Hunter Moos, CIA; Deborah Brown, Nikolaevsk; Chris Jackson, Nikolaevsk; Sophia Klaich, Nikolaevsk; Sage Stanish, Nikolaevsk.

Free-throw contest

Boys — 1. Jaibao Leaf, CIA; 2. Kosta Nikitenko, Nikolaevsk; 3. Kalenik Molodih, Nikolaevsk.

Girls — 1. Kristin Klaich, Nikolaevsk; 2. Elizabeth Fefelov, Nikolaevsk; 3. Autumn Fischer, Soldotna C team.

3-point contest

Boys — 1. Kalenik Molodih, Nikolaevsk; 2. Navy Lind-Charliaga, Kodiak ESS; 3. Kosta Nikitenko, Nikolaevsk.

Girls — 1. Angela Druesedow, Nikiski JV; 2. Justina Fefelov, Nikolaevsk; 3. Adara Warren, CIA.

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