Homer area sports in brief

Upcoming events

Basketball: The girls’ basketball team hosts Nikiski in the Alice Witte Gymnasium at 6:30 p.m. on Friday. The boys’ team hosts Nikiski at home at 8 p.m. on Friday.

Cross-country skiing: Homer’s Nordic ski team will compete in the Kenai Klassic this Friday, Jan. 25, in Kenai. On Saturday, Jan. 26, they travel to the Seward Invite.

Hockey: The Mariner hockey team plays Houston tonight at 7 p.m. at the Kevin Bell Ice Arena. On Saturday, Jan. 26, they also host Palmer at home at noon.

In review

Basketball:

Kenai girls 63, Homer 27

The host Kardinals cruised to a Southcentral Conference victory over the Mariners on Tuesday, taking a 12-4 lead after a quarter and a 32-16 lead after two quarters.

Kenai boasted a balanced attack, with Logan Satathite scoring 16, Jaycie Calvert scoring 12 and Hayley Maw scoring 11.

For Homer, Marina Carroll led the way with six points.

Cook Inlet Academy girls 27, Ninilchik 17

The host Eagles notched a Peninsula Conference victory Tuesday.

For CIA, Anna Henderson had 10 points, 10 rebounds, four blocked shots and a steal, while Adara Warren had nine points, six rebounds and six steals. Jade Robuck had eight for Ninilchik and Isabella Koch pitched in six.

Ninilchik boys 55, CIA 24

The visiting Wolverines cruised to a Peninsula Conference victory Tuesday.

Garrett Koch had 16 for Ninilchik, while Cole Hadro had 13 and Jake Clark added 12. For the hosts, Lucas Cragg had eight.

Nikolaevsk girls 63, Kalskag 22

The host Warriors notched a nonconference victory Tuesday, taking a 23-6 lead after the first quarter.

Elizabeth Fefelov erupted with 34 points for Nikolaevsk, while Markiana Yakunin added 11. For Kalskag, Julia Heckman and Sharlisa Michaelson each had eight points.

Nikolaevsk boys 65, Kalskag 49

The host Warriors notched a nonconference victory Tuesday, taking a 17-10 lead after the first quarter and a 31-20 lead at halftime.

Michael Trail came through with 27 points for Nikolaevsk, while Zachary Trail had 17 and Isaak Fefelov added 15.

For Kalskag, Shae Morgan had 28, while Harvey Levi pumped in 13.

Tuesday girls

Warriors 63, Grizzlies 22

Kalskag 6 8 4 4 — 22

Nikolaevsk 23 18 6 16 — 63

KALSKAG (22) — Levi 0, L. Evan 4, J. Evan 0, Heckman 8, Morgan 0, Wise 2, Michaelson 8. Totals — 10 0-4 22.

NIKOLAEVSK (63) — Klaich 0, Z. Fefelov 4, Lasiter 2, Yakunin 11, Kalugin 8, J. Fefelov 4, E. Fefelov 34. Totals — 29 8-13 63.

3-point goals — Kalskag 2 (Michaelson 2); Nikolaevsk 1 (Yakunin). Team fouls — Kalskag 12, Nikolaevsk 6. Fouled out — none.

Kardinals 63, Mariners 27

Homer 4 12 5 6 — 27

Kenai 12 20 17 14 — 63

HOMER (27) — Rhodes 5, Inama 0 2-4 2, Bishop 3, Johnson 3, Bales 0, Doughty 4, Todd 2, Parish 2, Anderson 0, Carroll 6, Smude 0, Hatfield 0, Dawson 0. Totals — 8 10-17 27.

KENAI CENTRAL (63) — Calvert 12, Galloway 2, Hamilton 0, Maw 11, Hanson 3, Streiff 2, L. Satathite 16, Severson 0, B. Satathite 9, Reis 0, Lauritsen 2. Totals — 26 6-10 63.

3-point goals — Homer 1 (Bishop); Kenai 2 (Calvert 2). Team fouls — Homer 9, Kenai 19. Fouled out — none.

Tuesday boys

Warriors 65, Grizzlies 49

Kalskag 10 10 15 14 — 49

Nikolaevsk 17 14 18 18 — 65

KALSKAG (49) — Peterson 2, Paul 2, Wise 4, Levi 13, Fultze 0, D. Nook 0, Morgan 28, R. Nook 0. Totals — 20 4-9 49.

NIKOLAEVSK (65) — Boquecosa 0, Brown 0, Fefelov 15, J. Trail 2, Kalugin 4, Nikitenko 0, Z. Trail 17, M. Trail 27. Totals — 27 6-12 65.

3-point goals — Kalskag 5 (Morgan 4, Levi); Nikolaevsk 5 (Fefelov 3, Z. Trail, M. Trail). Team fouls — Kalskag 14, Nikolaevsk 10. Fouled out — none.

Wolverines 55, Eagles 24

Ninilchik 14 11 17 13 — 55

CIA 3 5 6 10 — 24

NINILCHIK (55) — Nelson 5, Presley 0, Hadro 13, Koch 16, Clark 12, Moore 0, Devile 3, Lemons 4, Moto 2, Mumey 0. Totals — 26 6-11 55.

COOK INLET ACADEMY (24) — Moos 3, Ja. Boyd 4, Cragg 8, Leaf 0, Walsh 0, Anderson 0, Van De Grift 0, Zeigler 4, Jo. Boyd 5. Totals — 10 2-4 24.

3-point goals — Ninilchik 6 (Mumey 3, Hadro, Koch, Devile); CIA 2 (Cragg 2). Team fouls — Ninilchik 5, CIA 16. Fouled out — none.

Adult sports

Basketball:

Week 15 standings

1. South Peninsula Hospital, 13-0

2. Bay Welding, 9-4

3. Pathfinder Aviation, 8-5

4. K-12 Educators, 6-6

5. Alaska Bible Institute, 6-7

6. Home Run Oil, 3-9

7. Kachemak Gear Shed, 0-13

The Peninsula Clarion contributed to this report.

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