Ninilchik boys top Nikolaevsk, improve to 12-1

The host Ninilchik boys defeated Nikolaevsk coed 98-55 on Wednesday.

The Wolverines are now 12-1, having won 12 games in a row after losing the season opener. In those wins, Ninilchik has scored 70 points or more 10 times. Nikolaevsk coed falls to 1-2, with both of those losses having come to the Wolverines.

Ninilchik got going early, leading 26-11 after the first quarter.

Landon Colburn poured in 30 points for Ninilchik, while George Nelson and Tom Nelson had 18 points apiece. Cole Hadro and Jaylin Scott each had 12 points, while Brandon Ducker pitched in with eight.

Ninilchik coed employed a balanced scoring attack with its five players. Lukah Kalugin paced the Warriors with 14 points, while Hannah Gerasimof had 12, Zoya Fefelov had 11, Kosta Nikitenko had 10 and Justin Trail pitched in eight.

Wednesday boys

Wolverines 98, Warriors 55

Nikolaevsk 11 14 20 10 —55

Ninilchik 26 16 26 28 —98

NIKOLAEVSK (55) — Gerasimof 12, Fefelov 11, Nikitenko 10, Trail 8, Kalugin 14.

NINILCHIK (98) — Colburn 30, Hadro 12, Scott 12, G. Nelson 18, T. Nelson 18, B. Lemons 0, Ducker 8.

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