Cook Inlet Conference boys hockey tourney continues; Hyderally honored
WINNERS LAST NIGHT IN THE COOK INLET CONFERENCE BOYS HOCKEY TOURNAMENT WERE DIMOND AND EAGLE RIVER. AT THE BEN BOEKE, THE LYNX SCORED 3 FIRST PERIOD GOALS ON THEIR WAY TO A 6-0 SHUTOUT OF CHUGIAK. HUNTER KATNESS MADE 19 SAVES WHILE GETTING THE SHUTOUT IN GOAL.
MEANWHILE, AT THE MACDONALD, EAGLE RIVER EDGED SERVICE 3-2 IN OVERTIME AS BROOKS CHRISTIAN SCORED THE GAME WINNER FOR THE WOLVES, SENDING THEM TO NEXT WEEK’S STATE TOURNAMENT.
DIMOND ADVANCES TO A 7:15 GAME TOMORROW NIGHT AGAINST NUMBER TWO SEED SOUTH AT THE MACDONALD, WHILE NUMBER ONE SEED WEST TAKES ON EAGLE RIVER AT 6:30 TOMORROW AT BEN BOEKE.
THE DIMOND LADY LYNX HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT GETS UNDERWAY TODAY AT DIMOND HIGH SCHOOL. 2 GYMS, 8 GAMES, AND TEAMS FROM ALL OVER THE STATE ARE PARTICIPATING.
With a strong performance Friday in Seattle, UAA’s Sophia Hyderally has been chosen the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation’s Women’s Gymnastics Specialist of the Week.
In a tri-meet against Seattle Pacific and Sacramento State, the senior from Alabama posted team-best scores on all three of her events, placing atop the balance beam podium and tying for top honors on uneven bars. Hyderally also earned a 9.7 on floor exercise.This marks Hyderally’s second career weekly honor, following her Gymnast of the Week nod last month.
The Seawolves get this weekend off before traveling for a Valentine’s Day dual meet at MPSF foe San Jose State.