Kenai girls finish trip with victory; Ninilchik boys lose

  • By Staff Report
  • Saturday, December 31, 2016 6:34pm
  • Sports

The Kenai Central girls basketball team finished up a trip to Kodiak with a victory Friday, while the Ninilchik boys ended a similar trip to Kodiak with a loss.
The Kardinals topped Kodiak 34-29, while the Kodiak boys defeated Ninilchik 59-53.
Both Kenai and Kodiak had been in Kodiak for the Joe Floyd/Ravn Alaska tournament. The Ninilchik boys went 1-2 in the tourney, while Kenai was 0-3. With their win Friday, Kenai avenged a 30-27 loss to Kodiak in the Joe Floyd tournament.

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