Nikiski JV girls, Ninilchik boys notch victories

The Nikiski junior varsity and Ninilchik split nonconference basketball games Tuesday in Ninilchik.

Nikiski JV took the girls game 40-28. The Bulldogs led 12-8 after the first quarter and 23-15 at halftime. By the end of the third, Nikiski JV led 31-19.

For Ninilchik, Jade Robuck had 11 points, Madi Cooper had nine points, Rachael Okonek had four points, Rian Ofstad had two points and Autumn Calabrese had two points.

The Ninilchik boys notched a 62-47 victory over Nikiski JV behind a big second quarter. The game was tied at 7 after the first quarter, but by halftime the Wolverines led 37-17.

Cole Hadro had 20 points for the Wolverines, while Tom Nelson had 17, George Nelson had 13, Jacob Mumey had six, Jake Clark had three and Jaylin Scott had two.

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