PASS & CUT

Above, Paige Hahn threads a pass between two Haines defenders, and below, Mickey Wilson runs the break with a pass ahead to Thomas Etue against Juneau Christian. JB

Boyd Worley Jr. High Basketball Tourney Stats • Nov. 5-6

GIRLS
Juneau Christian 23, Skagway 7:
JCS- Mulder 10, Sanders 8, Pettijohn 3, Mason 2; SGY- Hahn 3, Herbig 2, Ellis 2.
Juneau Christian 39, Haines 29: JCS- Sanders 15, Mulder 13, Worley 4, Cote 4, Bergman 2, Pettijohn 1; HNS- Lende 18, Clay 3, Lemieux 3.
Haines 10, Skagway 5: HNS- Clay 4, Lende 4, Lemieux 1; SGY- Ellis 3, S. Surdyk 2.
Juneau Christian 10, Skagway 4: JCS- Donajue 4, Hart 2, Leder 2, Masa 2; SGY- O’Daniel 4.
Juneau Christian 21, Haines 18: JCS- Mulder 13, Cote 4, Sanders 2, Worley 2; HNS- Lende 12, Clay 6.
Juneau Christian 26, Skagway 12: JCS- Mlder 10, Bergman 4, Pettijohn 4, Sanders 4, Worley 2, Orbistondo 2; SGY- Hahn 6, Ellis 4, Herbig 2.
Skagway 15, Haines 12: SGY-Hahn 9, Ellis 4, S. Surdyk 2; HNS- Lende 7, Clay 5.

BOYS
Skagway 39, Haines 26:
SGY- Wilson 13, Etue 12, Jones 6, Doland 4, Brown 4; HNS- Lougee 8, Nye 6, Rush 6, Bachman 6.
Juneau Christian 36, Haines 30: JCS-J. Hotch 11, Lee 9, A. Fagerstrom 9, E Fagerstrom 4, B. Hotch 2; HNS- Fossman 18, Olsen 12.
Skagway 33, Haines 25: SGY- Jones 15, Etue 14, Wilson 2, Doland 2; HNS- Bachman 12, Rush 6, Lougee 5, Baltzwell 2.
Juneau Christian 38, Skagway 28: JCS- E Fagerstrom 14, Lakeman 13, Hotch 9, Reinwand 2; SGY- Etue 13, Jones 7, Wilson 4, Moore 2, Brown 2.
Juneau Christian 44, Haines 38: JCS- Lee 13, A. Fagerstrom 12, J. Hotch 12, Lakeman 3, B. Hotch 2, E. Fagerstrom 2; HNS- Fossman 28, Olsen 6, Lorentz 4.
Haines 27, Juneau Christian 23: HNS- Fossman 9, Olsen 7, Bachman 3, Lorentz 2, Nye 2, Rush 2; JCS- E. Fagerstrom 8, Reinwand 6, Lee 4, A. Fagerstrom 3, B. Hotch 2.
Haines 29, Skagway 25: HNS- Olsen 6, Hagwood 6, Lougee 5, Bachman 5, Baltzwell 5, Fossman 4, Lorentz 4, Schnabel 2, Albecker 2; SGY- Etue 10, Jones 7, Wilson 6, Brown 2.

Region tournaments ahead
Crystal Ketterman posts two wrestling wins in Juneau; Volleyball team falls to Vanier

Although she didn’t place at the huge Brandon Pilot Invitational wrestling tournament in Juneau last weekend, Skagway’s Crystal Ketterman posted a couple of strong wins and should be seeded high for the Southeast Region 2A-3A tournament Dec. 3-4 at Mt. Edgecumbe.
Ketterman was unable to wrestle her first match due to illness brought on by too-long a plane ride, said coach Josh Coughran, and lost by forfeit. But when she joined the tournament Saturday, she was tough. She pinned a fellow female opponent from Hydaburg in just 45 seconds.
“She just got her down, rolled her on her back, and it was over, her first pin of the season,” Coughran said.
Ketterman then wrestled an Angoon boy, piling up the points in route to a 21-6 win on a technical fall in the second period. “She worked some good moves and had him on his back three different times,” Coughran said.
Ketterman then wrestled a strong Juneau wrestler, taking him the distance before losing 12-3.
Michelle Harris also went the distance in her tough weight class, but could not post a victory. She was able to hold her own against a former state champ from Edgecumbe, and then fell to a Juneau wrestler 9-4 in her final match.

Michelle Harris holds her own against state champ Sam Carney of Mt. Edgecumbe.
Andrew Kreuger, Juneau Empire

Kahled Jezini got a quick five points on his opponent, almost pinning him, but the opponent came back to pin the Skagway wrestler.
Coughran hopes to have Tom Littlefield and Sean Landers back for the region tournament. It will be a learning experience for most of the Skagway team, the coach said, but senior Ketterman has a true chance to shine in her region finale.
“I think Crystal may end up with third seed in the region and the top three go to state,” he said. “A lot can happen at regionals but I really do think she has a good shot at it. This weekend was a real confidence booster for her.”
The Skagway volleyball team also will be at region tournament Dec. 3-4 in Klawock.
The Lady Panthers’ only match in the past three weeks was a tough exhibition set at home against Whitehorse Vanier Nov. 10. Skagway lost in three straight against a team that represented the Yukon in Toronto recently, but all of the games were close. They hope to bounce back and challenge four-time champ Hoonah for the region title.