Homer girls cagers top Cordova on Saturday; but Wolverines notch boys win

  • By Staff Report
  • Sunday, December 14, 2014 10:35pm
  • Sports

After both notching wins Friday, Homer’s basketball squads split Saturday in Cordova.

The Homer girls picked up a 50-33 victory. Madison Akers paced the Mariners with 20 points, while Aurora Waclawski had 15 points. Haley Hoefner led Cordova with 14 points.

In the boys game, Cordova avenged a Friday loss with a 52-43 victory. Homer had a 23-15 lead at the half, but could not hold it.

Jacob Werner had 18 points to lead the Wolverines, while Kenneth Schneider had 12 and Filip Reutov had 11 for Homer.

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