Ninilchik’s Colvin Moore, with parents Robin and Brian Moore, scored his 1,000th high school point Saturday, Jan. 14, 2022, at Tok, Alaska. (Photo provided)

Ninilchik’s Colvin Moore, with parents Robin and Brian Moore, scored his 1,000th high school point Saturday, Jan. 14, 2022, at Tok, Alaska. (Photo provided)

Saturday hoops: Moore, Beck score 1,000th point; Ninilchik boys, Kenai girls stay perfect

Ninilchik’s Colvin Moore and Kenai Central’s Emma Beck both pass the 1,000-point mark for their careers Saturday.

Ninilchik’s Moore had his 1,000th career high school point at the Ninilchik boys went on the road to top Tok 86-32 in Interior Conference play Saturday.

The Wolverines are now 3-0 in the league and 9-0 overall.

Moore had 21 points for Ninilchik, while Peyton Edens had 16, Jaylin Scott had 12, Wyatt McCloskey had nine, Rowan Mahoney had eight, Michael Nalewaco had eight, Carter Lemons had five, Kade McCorison had five and Cooper Adams had two.

Beck eclipsed 1,000 points by scoring 16 in Kenai Central’s 53-26 nonconference victory in Redington. The Kardinals are 9-0 overall.

Also for Kenai, Chloe Goldsby had 13, Malerie Nunn had six, Ella Yragui and Mycka Phillips had four, Rylie Sparks and Madison Malone had three, and Emilee Wilson and Grace Kahn had two.

For Redington, Adilyn Pitcher had 12, Alizae Crume had nine, Callie Culp had three and Saydi Cardoso had two.

Cody Charlie had 13 for Tok.

Tok girls 61, Ninilchik 38

The Wolverines dropped to 1-2 in the Interior Conference and 2-4 overall with the road loss.

Riley Tucker poured in 30 points for the Wolverines, while Taylor Rickard had three, Kylee Rickard and Audrey Acrey had two and Lily Berger had one.

Glennallen girls 42, Ninilchik 6

The visiting Wolverines fell to 1-3 in the Interior Conference and 2-5 overall with the Sunday loss to the Panthers.

Cheyenne Fields paced Glennallen with 15 points. For Ninilchik, Taylor Rickard had three, Riley Tucker had two and Audrey Acrey had one.

Ninilchik boys 76, Glennallen 38

The visiting Wolverines won Sunday to move to 4-0 in the Interior Conference and 10-0 overall.

For Ninilchik, Colvin Moore had 29, Jaylin Scott had 25, Peyton Edens had 11, Rowan Mahoney had six and Carter Lemons had two.

Soldotna girls 42, Kodiak 37

The host Stars topped the Bears for the second straight night to move to 2-0 in the Northern Lights Conference and 4-4 overall.

Josie Sheridan paced the Stars with 13, while Katelyn Morrison had 11, Kaytlin McAnelly had 10, Mogan Lemm had four, and Alex Lee and Tanner Inman each had two.

For Kodiak, Avie Arevalo had 12, Jisselle Blanco had nine, Lakeisha Sanchez had six, Serenity Bushell had five, Kate Holland had three and Mizzy Arbues had two.

Soldotna boys 53, Kodiak 49

The host Stars avenged a Friday overtime loss to move to 1-1 in the Northern Lights Conference and 2-7 overall.

Izaiah Gilbert had 16 for SoHi, while Andrew Pieh had 14, Will Inman had 12, Zac Buckbee had eight, Jakob Brown had two and Lokeni Wong had one.

Kenai boys 70, Redington 24

The visiting Kardinals moved to 6-3 overall with the nonconference road victory.

Daniel McRorie had 17 points for the Kards, while Wade James had 14, Jakob Kvasnikoff had 12, Bridger Beck had 11, Owen Whicker had five, Roc Riggle had four, Luke Armstrong and Davion Swain had three, and Carnell Gump had two.

CIA boys 51, Grace JV 42

Cook Inlet Academy won the Birchwood Bash on Saturday to improve to 6-2 overall.

In the championship game for CIA, Ian McGarry had 18, Alek McGarry had 15, Abraham Henderson had nine, Owen Braband had five and Brady Baeten had four.

Alex McGarry and Henderson made the all-tourney team for the boys, while Tatum Rozak made it for the girls.

Seward girls 48, Houston 38

The visiting Seahawks notched a nonconference victory to improve to 4-1 overall.

Hailey Ingalls had 17 points for Seward, while Lena Jagielski had 12, Ava Jagielski had seven, Renee Elhard and Addison Lemme had four, and Robin Cronin and Natalie Elhard had two.

For Houston, Abbie Baird had 10, Dallas Winter had nine, Savanna Undem had eight, Grace Gillespie, Anna Whitted and Lacy Graham had three, and Josie Reintsma had two.

Houston boys 52, Seward 41

The visiting Seahawks fell to 2-2 with the nonconference loss.

Bergen Davis paced Seward with 11, while Nick Ambrosiani and Ben Ambrosiani had eight, Ozzy Deel had seven, Kupono Albino had five and Emerson Cross had two.

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