Kenai sophomore Abby Every prepares to spike the ball during a game against Homer High School on Thursday, Sept. 13, 2018 at the school in Homer, Alaska. The Mariners beat the Kardinals three games to one. (Photo by Megan Pacer/Homer News)

Kenai sophomore Abby Every prepares to spike the ball during a game against Homer High School on Thursday, Sept. 13, 2018 at the school in Homer, Alaska. The Mariners beat the Kardinals three games to one. (Photo by Megan Pacer/Homer News)

Sports in brief

Upcoming events

Volleyball: The Lady Mariners will face off against Kenai Central High School in an away game at 5 p.m. tomorrow, Friday. They move on to play Nikiski on Saturday in another away game, at 1 p.m.

Swim and Dive: The Homer swim and dive team will be hosting the Regional Championships this year, starting today. The championships continue at the Kate Kuhns Aquatic Center on Friday and Saturday.

Wrestling: Homer’s wrestling team will compete in the Monster Mash at South Anchorage High School on Friday and Saturday.

In review

Volleyball

The Lady Mariners came away victorious last Thursday during an away game against Seward High School. The swept the game, winning three sets 25-23, 25-14 and 25-13.

Top players were Brianna Hetrick with 16 assists, five kills, 10 digs and two aces; Kelli Bishop with seven kills, one assist, two blocks, 12 digs and four aces; Marina Carroll with six kills, five blocks and 11 digs; Karmyn Gallios with four kills and seven digs; and Laura Inama with two kills, three assists, one block and two aces.

Volleyball Wrestling

Homer’s wrestling team won the Round Robin Rumble that it hosted last weekend, in which five visiting teams joined for the competition.

Results are below:

Team scores: 1. Homer, 209.5; 2. Nikiski, 122; 3. Soldotna, 120; 4. Kenai Central, 119; 5. Kodiak, 116.5; 6. Voznesenka, 115.

Round-robin results — 103: 1. Talon Whicker, Ken; 2. Griffin Gray, Nik; 3. Caleb Evans, Hom; 112: 1. Logan Craig, Sol; 2. Zach Knott, Hom; 119: 1. Pierce Peterson, Ken; 2. Jaryn Zoda, Nik; 3. Gage Lorring, Kod; 4. Hunter Secor, Sol; 125: 1. Maxim Kusnetsov, Voz; 2. Chase Olsen, Nik; 3. Gavin Maupin, Hom; 4. Nestor Kalugin, Voz; 5. Isaiah Ticknor, Ken; 6. Laurens Borggrewe, Nik; 130: 1. Seth Inama, Hom; 2. Brayden Stevens, Kod; 3. Jordan Fleming, Nik; 4. Vasily Martushev, Voz; 5. Saiyan Baker, Sol; 6. Ben Booth, Sol; 135: 1. Gideon Hutchison, Sol; 2. Skylar Shadle, Hom; 3. Seraphim Macauly, Hom; 4. Mark Kalugin, Voz; 5. Timmy Hatfield, Hom; 140: 1. Wayne Newman, Hom; 2. Prokohpy Konev, Voz; 3. Jerron Bruce, Kod; 4. Caleb Weeks, Nik; 5. Blaine Hayes, Sol; 6. Sam Chapman, Hom; 145: 1. Dia Martishev, Voz; 2. Mason Payne, Nik; 3. McKenzie Cook, Hom; 4. David Weisser, Hom; 152: 1. Mose Hayes, Hom; 2. Daniel Anufriev, Voz; 3. Brandon Krote, Ken; 160: 1. Tucker Vann, Ken; 2. James Goodman, Kod; 3. Josh Bradshaw, Hom; 4. Chase Demucha, Kod; 171: 1. Josh Nummer, Kod; 2. Koleman McCaughey, Nik; 3. Caileb Payne, Nik; 4. Sean Babitt, Sol; 5. Kaden McKibben, Ken; 189: 1. Anthony Kalugin, Voz; 2. Dylan Parker, Kod; 3. Malcolm Yerkes, Nik; 4. Alex Miller, Hom; 215: 1. Max Rogers, Sol; 2. Eli Floyd, Sol; 3. Hunter Harrington, Hom; 4. Conor Boyd, Sol; 5. Tomas Mathis, Ken; 6. Dustin Mullins, Nik; 285: 1. Jadin Mann, Hom; 2. Ethan Hack, Nik; 3. Alex Hicks, Hom.

Round-robin girls results — 125: 1. Sadie Blake, Hom; 2. Olivia Easley, Ken; 3. Destiny Martin, Nik; 4. Ann Graham, Hom; 5. Kaya Dalke, Hom; 135: 1. Emily Lorring, Kod; 2. Olivia Troxell, Kod; 3. Vydell Baker, Sol; 4. Mischelle Wells, Hom; 160: 1. Amanda Wylie, Sol; 2. Mariah Grimes, Hom.

Homer’s Autumn Daigle powers up a hill at the Kenai Peninsula Borough cross-country race Saturday, Sept. 15, 2018, in Nikiski. (Photo by Jeff Helminiak/Peninsula Clarion)

Homer’s Autumn Daigle powers up a hill at the Kenai Peninsula Borough cross-country race Saturday, Sept. 15, 2018, in Nikiski. (Photo by Jeff Helminiak/Peninsula Clarion)

Soldotna’s Mekbeb Denbrock lead the boys race at the Kenai Peninsula Borough cross-country meet Saturday, Sept. 15, 2018, in Nikiski. (Photo by Jeff Helminiak/Peninsula Clarion)

Soldotna’s Mekbeb Denbrock lead the boys race at the Kenai Peninsula Borough cross-country meet Saturday, Sept. 15, 2018, in Nikiski. (Photo by Jeff Helminiak/Peninsula Clarion)

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