Hoops roundup: Peninsula Conference action

The Nikolaevsk and Ninilchik basketball teams split Peninsula Conference games Wednesday in Nikolaevsk.

The Nikolaevsk girls topped Ninilchik 48-20, with Elizabeth Fefelov leading the way with 26 points and Emilee Gerasimof and Markiana Yakunin each posting eight.

The Ninilchik boys came back with a 50-36 victory. Zachary Trail had 10 points for the Warriors.

CIA girls 29, Lumen Christi 20

The visiting Eagles notched a Peninsula Conference victory over the Archangels on Wednesday.

Anna Henderson led the way for CIA with 13 points, while Jamie Hyatt had five, Linnea Dohse and Annika Castenholz each had four, Tatum Rozak had two and Gene Nelson had one.

Lumen Christi boys 83, CIA 37

The host Archangels cruised past the visiting Eagles on Wednesday in Peninsula Conference play.

Cole Moore had 12 points to lead the Eagles, while Mason Zeigler had seven, Josh Boyd had six, Lucas Cragg had five, Isaac Johnson, Grizzly Beard and Ethan Boyd had two, and James Boyd had one.

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