Weekend hoops roundup

Weekend hoops roundup

The host Seward boys notched a 56-44 victory over Kenai Central on Friday in Southcentral Conference play.

The Seahawks were able to outscore the Kardinals in every quarter.

Connor Spanos poured in 22 points for the Seahawks, while Max Pfeiffenberger had 15. For the Kardinals, Adam Trujillo had 14 points and Andrew Bezdecny added 13.

Kenai girls 45, Seward 21

The visiting Kardinals led 20-12 at the half, then took total command with a 14-2 third quarter.

Logan Satathite had 12 points for Kenai, while Seward was led by eight apiece from Riley Von Borstel and Ashley Jackson.

Homer girls 33, Grace 26

A stout defensive effort led by the steals of Laura Inama got the host Mariners a Southcentral Conference victory Friday.

The defense allowed Homer to take a 25-13 lead after three quarters.

Kelli Bishop paced Homer with 11 points. For Grace, Tessa Binder had 18.

Grace boys 43, Homer 37

The visiting Grizzlies held off the Mariners for a nonconference victory Friday.

After an 11-all first quarter, Grace led 26-18 at halftime. Homer cut into that lead in the third and fourth quarters, but not enough.

Paul Kopp had 10 points to lead Grace. Eyoab Knapp had 11 for Homer, while Clayton Beachy and Japheth McGhee each had 10.

ACS boys 83, Homer 44

The visiting Lions cruised past the Mariners on Saturday in Southcentral Conference action.

For ACS, Demarcus Hall-Scriven had 26 points, while Will Parks and Orlando Lozano had 15 points apiece. Japheth McGhee had 11 points for Homer.

CIA girls 31, Nikolaevsk 27

The visiting Eagles used solid defense to hand the Warriors their first Peninsula Conference loss of the season.

Nikolaevsk led 11-7 after the first quarter, but Cook Inlet Academy held the Warriors to just 16 points after that.

For the Eagles, Anna Henderson led the way with 10 points. Elizabeth Fefelov had 14 for the Warriors.

Nikolaevsk boys 60, CIA 39

The host Warriors cruised to a Peninsula Conference victory Friday. Nikolaevsk led 15-4 after a quarter and 34-12 at halftime.

Mason Zeigler had 15 for the Eagles, while Michael Trail had 18 and Kosta Nikitenko added 14 for the Warriors.

Lumen Christi boys 60, CIA 28

The visiting Archangels took a 19-4 lead after the first quarter en route to the Peninsula Conference win Saturday.

For Lumen, Brenden Gregory led the way with 19 points, while Andrew Howard had 12 and Tim Bennett pitched in 10. Hunter Moos paced CIA with nine points.

There was no girls game because Lumen Christi canceled.

Friday girls

Eagles 31, Warriors 27

CIA 7 6 10 8 — 31

Nikolaevsk 11 3 5 8 — 27

COOK INLET ACADEMY (31) — G. Nelson 0, Henderson 10, Hyatt 0, S. Nelson 5, Dohse 0, A. Nelson 3, Castenholz 4, Cragg 0, Cizek 4, Warren 5. Totals — 13 2-9 31.

NIKOLAEVSK (27) — Klaich 3, Z. Fefelov 3, Lasiter 0, Yakunin 6, Kalugin 0, J. Fefelov 1, E. Fefelov 14. Totals — 10 4-6 27.

3-point goals — CIA 3 (Henderson, S. Nelson, Warren); Nikolaevsk 3 (Klaich, Z. Fefelov, E. Fefelov). Team fouls — CIA 7, Nikolaevsk 13. Fouled out — J. Fefelov.

Kardinals 45, Seahawks 21

Kenai 8 12 14 11 — 45

Seward 3 9 2 7 — 21

KENAI CENTRAL (45) — Calvert 3, Maw 8, Hanson 8, L. Satathite 12, B. Satathite 5, Galloway 2, Hamilton 0, Streiff 3, Severson 7, Reis 0. Totals — 20 3-6 45.

SEWARD (21) — Lemme 0, Ambrosiani 3, Von Borstel 8, Sieverts 2, Jackson 8, Schilling 0, Cassagranda 0, Sieminski 0. Totals — 5 9-11 21.

3-point goals — Kenai 2 (Calvert, L. Satathite); Seward 2 (Ambrosiani, Von Borstel). Team fouls — Kenai 14, Seward 9. Fouled out — Hanson, L. Satathite.

Mariners 33, Grizzlies 26

Grace 5 4 4 13 — 26

Homer 7 6 12 8 — 33

GRACE CHRISTIAN (26) — Coronado 0, Binder 18, Markel 0, Wood 2, Tanner 4, Salima 2, Annett 0. Totals — 9 6-6 26.

HOMER (33) — Inama 7, Bishop 11, Doughty 3, Todd 6, Parish 0, Anderson 0, Carroll 4, Sonnen 0, Dawson 2. Totals — 13 2-4 33.

3-point goals — Grace 2 (Binder 2); Homer (Todd 2, Doughty, Bishop, Inama). Team fouls — Grace 5, Homer 7. Fouled out — none.

Friday boys

Warriors 60, Eagles 39

CIA 4 8 16 9 — 39

Nikolaevsk 15 19 12 14 — 60

COOK INLET ACADEMY (39) — Moos 3, Johnson 4, Cragg 2, Leaf 0, Walsh 0, Anderson 0, Van De Grift 0, Zeigler 15, Jo. Boyd 6, Ja. Boyd 9. Totals — 15 5-8 39.

NIKOLAEVSK (60) — Fefelov 2, K. Nikitenko 14, J. Trail 9, Kalugin 8, D. Nikitenko 0, Mumey 9, M. Trail 18. Totals — 25 6-10 60.

3-point goals — CIA 4 (Ja. Boyd 3, Moos); Nikolaevsk 4 (K. Nikitenko 2, J. Trail, Mumey). Team fouls — CIA 4, Nikolaevsk 8. Fouled out — none.

Seahawks 56, Kardinals 44

Kenai 13 10 9 12 — 44

Seward 16 14 12 14 — 56

KENAI CENTRAL (44) — Efta 2, Felchle 3, Baker 7, Bezdecny 13, Trujillo 14, McEnerney 0, Stockon 5, Pitsch 0, McKibben 0. Totals — 18 2-7 44.

SEWARD (56) — Basalo 0, Spanos 22, Koster 9, Pfeiffenberger 15, Jarvis 0, Moriarity 3, Cronin 2, Ingalls 2, Nillson 3. Totals — 16 22-37 56.

3-point goals — Kenai 6 (Bezdecny 3, Felchle, Trujillo, Stockton); Seward 2 (Pfeiffenberger 2). Team fouls — Kenai 26, Seward 13. Fouled out — McEnerney, Jarvis.

Grizzlies 43, Mariners 37

Grace 11 16 8 8 — 43

Homer 11 7 12 7 — 37

GRACE CHRISTIAN (43) — Ivanoff 8, Kopp 10, Goforth 9, McGovern 4, Coulombe 2, Harriman 4, Beck 6. Totals — 16 5-5 43.

HOMER (37) — Beachy 10, Adkins 2, Reutov 4, T. McGhee 0, Anderson 0, Knapp 11, J. McGhee 10, Swoboda 0. Totals — 15 4-8 37.

3-point goals — Grace 6 (Goforth 3, Kopp 2, Ivanoff); Homer 3 (Beachy 2, Knapp). Team fouls — Grace 12, Homer 10. Fouled out — none.

Saturday boys

Archangels 60, Eagles 28

Lumen 19 13 17 11 — 60

CIA 4 6 9 9 — 28

LUMEN CHRISTI (60) — Gregory 19, Cruz 0, D. Bennett 5, Lynch 6, Nagel 8, Renfro 0, T. Bennett 10, Howard 12. Totals — 23 9-16 60.

COOK INLET ACADEMY (28) — Moos 9, Ja. Boyd 2, Johnson 2, Cragg 0, Leaf 0, Walsh 3, Anderson 0, Van De Grift 2, Peterson 0, Zeigler 5, Jo. Boyd 5. Totals — 10 8-18 28.

3-point goals — Lumen 5 (T. Bennett 2, Lynch 2, Gregory); CIA 1 (Walsh). Team fouls — Lumen 18, CIA 15. Fouled out — none.

Lions 83, Mariners 44

ACS 23 30 14 16 — 83

Homer 10 12 12 10 — 44

ANCHORAGE CHRISTIAN SCHOOLS (83) — Parks 15, Onochie 6, Davis 8, Cho 0, Hayner 4, Guzman 9, Sanders 0, Hall-Scriven 26, Lozano 15, Thomas 0, Dobbs 0. Totals — 34 2-4 83.

HOMER (44) — Beachy 5, Adkins 0, Reutov 8, T. McGhee 4, Anderson 5, Knapp 6, J. McGhee 11, Swoboda 5. Totals — 18 5-10 44.

3-point goals — ACS 13 (Hall-Scriven 5, Lozano 5, Davis 2, Parks); Homer 3 (Beachy, Anderson, Swoboda). Team fouls — ACS 13, Homer 11. Fouled out — none.

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