Tuesday hoops roundup: Seldovia boys defeat Wasilla Lake

  • By Staff Report
  • Tuesday, February 3, 2015 11:43pm
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The Seldovia boys took care of business Tuesday with a 55-47 Peninsula Conference win over Wasilla Lake. The win was the Sea Otters’ third in a row and left them undefeated in conference play with a 4-0 mark.

Nikolaevsk boys 80, Lumen Christi 33

The Warriors claimed a dominant win Tuesday over the Archangels, led by the 26 points and 14 rebounds by Neil Gordeev.

Gordeev shot 13-for-16 from the floor, and doled out five assists and grabbed seven steals as well.

Nikit Fefelov added 15 points for Nikolaevsk, and Felemon Molodih had 11.

Nikolaevsk outscored Lumen 25-5 in the first quarter and led 39-14 at halftime.

Nikolaevsk girls 40, Lumen Christi 20

The Warriors doubled up on the Archangels Tuesday night to notch a Peninsula Conference win.

Serafima Kalugin scored 16 points and brought down eight rebounds to lead Nikolaevsk. Vera Fefelov added 10 points on 4-of-6 shooting and had six boards as well.

The Warriors led 8-6 after the opening quarter, but took off in the second with a 15-4 scoring effort, leading 23-10 at the half.


The Lumen Christi girls squeaked by Seldovia 39-38. The Archangels had a big first quarter, outscoring the Sea Otters 19-10. Seldovia battled back but came up short in the fourth.

The Seldovia boys routed the Lumen boys 64-28, led by Dylan Waterbury’s 23 points. Seldovia pulled away early with a 16-3 first quarter effort, then scored a combined 42 points in the second and third quarters to seal the win.

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