Mariners player Sly Ganoa goes for a fumble in a game at Homer, Alaska, on Aug. 29, 2020. (Photo by Michael Armstrong/Homer News)

Mariners player Sly Ganoa goes for a fumble in a game at Homer, Alaska, on Aug. 29, 2020. (Photo by Michael Armstrong/Homer News)

Prep sports roundup

Seward, Homer compete in football, volleyball, cross-country

The host Homer football team got a giant effort from Carter Tennison in notching a 48-8 victory over Seward on Saturday.

Tennison ran for 214 yards on 14 carries, scoring four touchdowns on the ground. He also was 5 for 13 through the air for 126 yards.

Sly Gaona also had a big game for the Mariners, catching five balls for 126 yards and a touchdown.

Homer took control of the game in the second quarter, running off 40 unanswered points. Seward would get its score when down 48-0 in the third quarter. Jordan Sewell had a fumble recovery in the end zone.

Mariners 48, Seahawks 8

2nd Quarter

Hom — Gaona 25 pass from Tennison (Tennison run), 7:00.

Hom — Tennison 57 run (Doughty run), 5:36.

Hom — Tennison 3 run (Doughty run), 3:12.

Hom — Tennison 17 run (Tennison run), 3:01.

Hom — Gaona 31 pass from Tennison (Tennison run), 1:51.

3rd Quarter

Hom — Tennison 6 run (Tennison run), 10:22.

Sew — Sewell fumble recovery in end zone (Lackey run), 2:44.

Sew Hom

Rushes-yards 30-261 25-24

Passing yards 130 50

Comp-att-int 6-14-2 3-20-1

Penalties 7-65 5-50

INDIVIDUAL STATS

Rushing — Homer: Tennison 14-214, Doughty 5-12, Hrenchir 1-8, Tappan 1-3, Raymond 3-9, Pleznac 1-(-2), Dax 5-17. Seward: Lackey 11-26, 9-(-8), Senecal 4-9, Shafer 1-(-3).

Passing — Homer: Tennison 5-13-2, Raymond 1-1-0; Seward: Cronin 2-14-0, Lackey 1-6-1.

Receiving — Homer: Gaona 5-126, Hrenchir 1-4; Seward: Lackey 2-15, Cronin 1-35.

Homer tops Seward in volleyball

The visiting Homer volleyball team defeated Seward by scores of 25-16, 25-11 and 25-15 on Saturday.

Pfeiffenberger, Brueckner win at dual meet

Seward’s Max Pfeiffenberger and Maranatha Brueckner won races at a Friday dual meet between Homer and Seward at the Ohlson Mountain Trail in Homer.

Pfeiffenberger led the Seward boys to a 24-31 victory in the dual meet by tackling the hilly course in 19 minutes, 7 seconds. Homer’s Seamus McDonough was next at 19:32.

The Seward girls did not have enough varsity runners to form a team, but Brueckner crossed the tape first at 24:13. Homer’s Frida Renner was the next runner acrossat 25:10.

Homer-Seward Dual

at Ohlson Mountain Trail

5 kilometers

Seward boys 24, Homer 31

1. Max Pfeiffenberger, Sew, 19 minutes, 7 seconds; 2. Seamus McDonough, Hom, 19:32; 3. Adams Veldstra, Hom, 19:49; 4. Levi Deboard, Sew, 20:02; 5. Trey Ingalls, Sew, 20:02; 6. Samuel Koster, Sew, 20:13; 7. Austin Cline, Hom, 20:27; 8. Clayton Petersen, Sew, 20:36; 9. Garrett Briscoe, Hom, 21:20; 10. Lance Seneff, Hom, 21:25; 11. Cody Bryden, Sew, 22:20; 12. Jonah Mershon, Hom, 27:37; 13. Hudson Loboy, Hom, 28:44.

Homer girls 15

1. Maranatha Brueckner, Sew, 24:13; 2. Frida Renner, Hom, 25:10; 3. Eryn Field, Hom, 25:29; 4. Elena Badajos, Hom, 25:31; 5. Adelyn McCorison, Hom, 26:42; 6. Lena Jagielski, Sew, 27:02; 7. Hana Cooney, Sew, 27:32; 8. Sylvia Clemens, Hom, 28:00; 9. Maddox Berg, Hom, 31:10; 10. Cecilia Fitzpatrick, Hom, 31:10.

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