Thursday hoops roundup

Thursday hoops roundup

Mt. Edgecumbe topped visiting Kenai Central 41-28 in nonconference action Thursday.

Lisa Strom had eight for the Braves, while Kailey Hamilton had eight points for the Kards.

Mt. Edgecumbe boys 42, Kenai 40

The host Braves nipped the Kards in nonconference play Thursday.

Evan Stockton had 15 for Kenai, while Bradeon Pitsch pitched in 10. For the Braves, RJ Alstrom-Beans had 16, Fred Myers had 11 and Leon Toomer added 10.

CIA girls 40, Homer C 26

The visiting Eagles notched a nonconference victory over the Mariners C team Thursday.

Anna Henderson poured in 18 points to lead the Eagles.

Lumen Christi girls 33, Ninilchik 15

The host Archangels took a 13-4 lead after one quarter en route to a Peninsula Conference victory Thursday.

Sophia Dupres pumped in 10 for Lumen Christi. Jade Robuck had nine to pace the Wolverines.

Lumen Christi boys 49, Ninilchik 36

The host Archangels notched a nonconference victory over the Wolverines on Thursday.

Thomas Nelson paced Ninilchik with nine. Tim Bennett had 17 for Lumen, while Daniel Bennett and Andrew Howard had 10.

ConocoPhillips/Warrior Rumble

The Nikolaevsk boys opened the tournament with a 53-26 victory over Nenana. Kosta Fefelov led the Warriors with 13 points, while Lukah Kalugin had 10.

The Nikolaevsk girls dropped a 44-38 decision to Nenana.

Ashley Agwiak had 18 for the Lynx, while Selma Standifer added 13. Elizabeth Fefelov paced the Warriors with 19.

In the early girls game, Tanalian of Port Alswroth defeated Kali of Point Lay 50-8. In the early boys game, Tanalian topped Kali 69-31.

Today, the Nenana and Tanalian girls play at 2:45 p.m., the Nenana and Tanalian boys play at 4:15 p.m., the Nikolaevsk girls and Kali play at 5:45 p.m. and the Nikolaevsk boys at Kali play at 7:45 p.m.

Saturday, it’s Kali girls vs. Nenana at 9 a.m., Kali boys vs. Nenana at 10:30 a.m., Nikolaevsk girls vs. Tanalian at noon and Nikolaevsk boys vs. Tanalian at 1:30 p.m.

Thursday girls

Eagles 40, Mariners C 26

CIA 8 10 10 12 —40

Homer C 4 3 12 7 —26

COOK INLET ACADEMY (40) — Henderson 18, Hyatt 2, Dohse 5, G. Nelson 8, Liles 0, Castenholz 4, Wahl 0, Rozak 3.

HOMER C (26) — Strobel 4, Burge 7, Henseh 6, Berg 0, Flodin 2, Stonorov 4, Ellison 3, Engebretsen 2. Stiles 0.

3-point goals — Homer C 1 (Burge).

Archangels 33, Wolverines 15

Ninilchik 4 4 3 4 —15

Lumen 13 9 4 8 —33

NINILCHIK (15) — Calabrese 0, Robuck 9, Cooper 2, Denboer 0, Ofstad 0, Okonek 4.

LUMEN CHRISTI (33) — Salvador 0, Grubba 9, Thornsness 4, Dupres 10, Do 0, Renfro 4, Howard 6.

3-point goals — Lumen 2 (Dupres 2).

Braves 41, Kardinals 28

Kenai 8 6 7 7 —28

Mt. Edgecumbe 41

KENAI CENTRAL (28) — Pierce 1, Hamilton 8, Reyes 0, Hanson 2, Streiff 5, Satathite 5, Severson 7, Lauritsen 0, Villegas 0.

MT. EDGECUMBE (41) — Warnke-Green 2, Bean 4, Allen 6, Strom 8, Olson 5, Rumoth 5, Brown 1, Alstrom-Bean 3, Prince 3, Miller 3.

3-point goals — Kenai 2 (Streiff, Satathite); Mt. Edgecumbe 4 (Strom, Olson, Alstrom-Bean, Prince).

Lynx 44, Warriors 38

Nenana 4 15 12 13 —44

Nikolaevsk 16 4 7 11 —38

NENANA (44) — DelaRose 2, S. Standifer 13, R. Peterson 5, Pitka 0, Tom 6, Agwiak 18.

NIKOLAEVSK (38) — Klaich 5, H. Gerasimof 3, E. Gerasimof 2, Yakunin 9, E. Fefelov 19.

3-point goals — Nikolaevsk 3 (Klaich, Yakunin, E. Fefelov).

Thursday boys

Braves 42, Kardinals 40

Kenai 7 5 17 11 —40

Mt. Edgecumbe 11 12 8 11 —42

KENAI CENTRAL (40) — Dunham 2, Baisden 0, Jo. Kvasnikoff 2, Bezdecny 8, Stockton 15, Tunseth 0, Pitsch 10, Daniels 3.

MT. EDGECUMBE (42) — Dock 3, Constantine 0, Myers 11, Alstrom-Beans 16, Toomer 10, Jasper 0, Jackson 2.

3-point goals — Kenai 3 (Stockton 2, Daniels); Mt. Edgecumbe 7 (Myers 3, Toomer 2, Dock, Alstrom-Beans).

Archangels 49, Wolverines 36

Ninilchik 3 16 6 11 —36

Lumen 12 9 12 16 —49

NINILCHIK (36) — Botero 8, Hadro 3, Scott 0, G. Nelson 8, T. Nelson 9, Clark 6, Lemons 0, Mumey 2.

LUMEN CHRISTI (49) — Gregory 8, T. Bennett 17, D. Bennett 10, Cruz 4, Renfro 0, Howard 10.

3-point goals — Ninilchik 4 (G. Nelson 2, Hadro, T. Nelson); Lumen 4 (T. Bennett).

Warriors 53, Lynx 26

Nenana 6 7 7 6 — 26

Nikolaevsk 14 9 14 16 —53

NENANA (26) — Unok 2, Walker 4, Andrews 0, Tonuchuk 9, Kanuk 0, Mike 4, Amaktodile 3, Villapando 2, Kaefman 2.

NIKOLAEVSK (53) — I. Fefelov 9, K. Fefelov 13, J. Trail 8, Kalugin 10, D. Fefelov 4, Z. Trail 7, Sellers 2.

3-point goals — Nenana 2 (Tonuchuk 2); Nikolaevsk 6 (I. Fefelov 3, K. Fefelov 3).

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