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Sports Briefs

Posted: Sunday, October 29, 2000

Panthers are King of the Mountain

The Skyview Panthers won the King of the Mountain wrestling tournament in Seward on Saturday. Individual results were not available as the Clarion went to press. See Monday's Clarion for individual results.

TEAM SCORES -- 1. Skyview, 212.5; 2. Seward, 120; 3. Anchorage Christian Schools, 111; 4. Bethel, 104.5; 5. Ninilchik, 102.5; 6. Homer, 72; 7. Glenallen, 72; 8. Cordova, 66.5; 9. Houston, 65; 10. Soldotna, 63.5; 11. Nikiski, 61.5; 12. Kenai, 53.5; 13. Kotzebue, 46; 14. Nenana, 22; 15. Seldovia, 21; 16. Tok, 20; 17. Mavericks, 18; 18. Grace Christian, 0.

Area football players suit up for Shrine game

Five Kenai Peninsula football players participated in the 23rd Annual Shrine North/South Football Classic at the Anchorage Football Stadium on Saturday. Kenai's Justin Hogue, Sepa Nicholas, Dominic Plasencia and Brad Burck and Homer's Drew Shows played on the South team, which lost to the North team, 22-0.

The Alaska Coaches Association chooses oustanding seniors to participate in the event, which benefits the 22 Shriners Hospitals for Children.

NORTH 22, SOUTH 0

North 6 9 0 7 --22

South 0 0 0 0 --0

1st Quarter

North -- Brown 65 pass from Williamson (kick failed), 4:39

2nd Quarter

North -- Magner 24 pass from Williamson (pass failed), 8:07.

North -- Rollins 12 fg, :56

4th Quarter

North -- Fillman 13 pass from Smith (Rollins kick), 6:08

North South

First downs 13 10

Rushes-yards 24-117 36-56

Passing yards 204 43

Return yards 60 130

Passing 8-14-2 2-12-0

Punts-avg 2-29.0 7-33.0

Fumbles-lost 4-2 4-2

Penalties-yards 6-25 8-50

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

Rushing -- North: Alailefaleula 7-32, Chatman 1-27, Rollins 5-18, Williamson 5-17, Bush 1-8, Nagel 1-8, Jenkins 1-7, Montgomery 2-1, Bryant 1 (-1). South: Krizman 6-37, Tuia 4-29, Iloilo 5-10, Ham 3-10, Wheeler 9-4, Marchant 1-(-5), Connally 1-(-8), Martin 5-(-22).

Passing -- North: Williamson 6-10-1-169; Magner 1-1-0-22; Smith 1-3-1-13. South: Wheeler 1-6-0-17; Connally 0-1-0-0; Martin 1-5-0-26.

Receiving -- North: Brown 5-147, Magner 1-24, Fitt-Chapel 1-20, Fillman 1-13. South: No. 82 1-26, Connally 1-17.

Ice Hawks fare well in Fairbanks

The PeeWee Ice Hawks of the Kenai Peninsula Hockey Association made the most of a trip to Fairbanks last weekend, winning four games in two days.

The Ice Hawks defeated the Fairbanks Area Hockey Association PeeWee team 6-0 and the Arctic Lions 5-2 on Oct. 21, and beat the Arctic Lions 8-0 and the FAHA squad 9-1 on Oct. 22.

Travis Temple, Dustin Moore and Garrett Bossert each scored five goals during the trip while Corey Johnson, Nelson Kempf and Jed McGlasson potted three apiece. Corey Hetrick netted a pair of goals and Jakeob Bishop and Paddy Iverson each scored once.

Nick Hawkins and Lauren Baldwin shared goaltending responsibilities for the trip.

Calling all snowmachine drag racers

The Cook Inlet Lions-Drag Racing Division will meet Nov. 8 at 7 p.m. at the Moose Lodge in Kenai to organize the 2000-2001 snowmachine drag racing season. Anyone interested in getting involved with snowmachine drag racing is encouraged to attend

The first race is tentatively scheduled, weather permitting, for Dec. 23 at the Kenai float basin at the Kenai Municipal Airport. All five of the racing dates are slated for the float basin.

For more information, contact Steve at 283-3346 or Richard at 776-7652.

Minnesota, Alaska-Anchorage skate to tie

MINNEAPOLIS -- Minnesota scored three goals in the third period Saturday night as the Golden Gophers rallied for a 3-3 tie with Alaska-Anchorage in a Western Collegiate Hockey Association series.

Matt Leimbeck scored twice for the Gophers (5-0-1, 3-0-1 WCHA) in the first 6:21 of the final period and Troy Riddle scored a short-handed goal halfway through the period to even the score. Erik Westrum had two assists for Minnesota.

The Seawolves (2-3-1, 0-1-1) got a pair of goals from Gregg Zaporzan and Steve Cygan had a goal and two assists. The Seawolves' offense managed just 17 shots and only nine after the first period.

Chris King stopped 41 shots for the Seawolves.

Adam Hauser made 14 saves for Minnesota.



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