Peninsula Sports Briefs

Posted: Monday, December 13, 2004

Kardinal skaters undefeated in Valley

Kenai 2, Wasilla 2, OT (Fri.)

Wasilla's Tanner Dutcher scored the tying goal with just 17 seconds remaining in the game to force overtime with the Kardinals. Neither team was able to light the lamp in the extra five minutes, as the teams skated to a 2-2 tie.

Michael Drobnick and Trevor Baldwin scored goals for Kenai.

Kenai 6, Colony 1 (Sat.)

John McGlasson had a hat trick to lead the Kenai Central hockey team to a 6-1 win Saturday over the Colony Knights. With the win, the Kardinals remained undefeated in North Star Conference play after going 2-0-1 on their weekend road trip to the Valley. Nelson Kempf added two goals for Kenai, while goalie Dan Silver stopped 27 of 28 Colony shots.

Soldotna 8, Palmer 1 (Fri.)

Soldotna skated to an easy 8-1 North Star Conference win over the Moose on Saturday.

Wasilla 4, Soldotna 3, OT (Sat.)

Soldotna saw its 3-0 lead after two periods evaporate as the Warriors scored with less than one minute remaining in regulation to tie Saturday night's game, then got the game-winner in the extra period. The loss dropped the Stars to 1-2 on the weekend.

Colony 10, Skyview 1 (Fri.)

Colony earned a 10-1 North Star Conference win Friday over Skyview.

Skyview 5, Palmer 2 (Sat.)

Skyview finished its road trip 1-2 after getting its first conference win of the season in a 5-2 win over Palmer. Paddy Iverson led the Panthers with two goals and an assist against the Moose. Scott Ralston added two assist and Gabe O'Lena had a goal and an assist. Lance Larion and Luke Magone also scored goals for Skyview.

Mustang girls race past Kenai

Chugiak girls 83, Kenai 25

The visiting Chugiak Mustangs girls basketball team held Kenai Central to just five second half points en route to an easy 83-25 win Saturday at Kenai.

Lindsay Keener led the Kardinals with six points.

Wolverines bumped from state tournament

Hoonah 3, Ninilchik 0 (25-19, 25-14, 25-14)

Su Valley 3, Ninilchik 1 (25-14, 18-25, 25-17, 25-14)

The Ninilchik Wolverines lost their first two matches at the 2004 Alaska State 1A/2A/3A-West Volleyball Tournament at Dimond High School in Anchorage to finish the tournament in a tie for sixth place.

-- Clarion staff reports

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