Posts Tagged: Basketball

Perkins, Besiktas still unbeaten in EuroCup Last 32 playoffs

January 27, 2014

Doron Perkins of Anchorage missed most of the season because of injury, but now he’s back just in time for Besiktas of Turkey. The veteran playmaker was up to his old tricks against Cedevita of Croatia, collecting nine points, 10 rebounds and seven assists in a 71-69 victory in Group P play of the EuroCup… Read more »

Wilson has one of his best games for Marquette in OT loss

Running the point for Marquette University, Derrick Wilson of Anchorage got the offense in rhythm but couldn’t get his team to the winner’s circle. The Golden Eagles fell 94-85 to Big East rival Villanova in Milwaukee despite Wilson’s six points, five rebounds and seven assists. This was the first time Marquette eclipsed the 80-point mark… Read more »

Alaskans square off in NBA D-League, both notch double digits

January 25, 2014

Damen Bell-Holter won Alaska bragging rights and the game. The 6-foot-9 rookie forward from Hydaburg fueled a third-quarter rally and then made the go-ahead basket in the fourth to help Maine beat Fort Wayne and Ramon Harris of Anchorage 115-104 in NBA D-League action tonight. Bell-Holter finished with 17 points on 6-of-9 shooting. He came… Read more »

Griffin pulls down 19 rebounds Down Under for second time

January 24, 2014

She’s not the tallest or the biggest, but Kelsey Griffin of Eagle River is arguably the best rebounder in Australia’s WNBL. The 6-foot-2 forward hauled in 19 rebounds for the league-leading Bendigo Spirit in a 71-57 win over Logan. It was tied for the second-highest total in the WNBL this season. Griffin grabbed a league-best… Read more »

Engel collects career-high seven assists for Boise State

Starting guard Keiahnna Engel of Anchorage accounted for one-third of Boise State’s point production in a 74-60 Mountain West Conference win over New Mexico. She scored six points and handed off a career-high seven assists, with five setting up 3-pointers. Engel, of Dimond High fame, made 3-of-5 shots, grabbed four rebounds and made a steal… Read more »

Fenumiai has 11 double-doubles in 16 games for Peninsula in Washington

January 23, 2014

Juneau’s Gabi Fenumiai of Peninsula College in Washington reached the 15-rebound mark for the fifth time this season during a 76-56 win over Shoreline in NWAACC play. The 6-foot freshman center scored a season-high 22 points to go along with 15 rebounds for her 11 th double-double in 16 games. Fenumiai, of Juneau-Douglas High fame,… Read more »

Sherman-Newsome nearly doubles GPA, scoring average at Colgate

January 21, 2014

Damon Sherman-Newsome of Anchorage is achieving the ultimate double-double at Colgate University in New York. He’s a double-digit scorer and honor-roll student. The 6-foot-5 junior guard and sociology major is one of the few Alaska basketball players over the years to do accomplish that kind of double-double at the NCAA D1 level, a tribute to… Read more »

Simmers helps Malone beat defending NCAA D2 champion Ashland

January 19, 2014

Debbiey Simmers of Anchorage capped one of her biggest scoring weekends with the biggest victory over her college career at Malone University in Ohio. The 5-foot-9 senior sank a season-high four 3-pointers and scored 18 points as Malone upset defending NCAA D2 national champion Ashland 70-53 on the road. The win snapped a 16-game home… Read more »

Bell-Holter bags career-high 24 points, 5 assists in NBA D-League

January 18, 2014

Hydaburg’s Damen Bell-Holter had it going early and he had it going late. He was pretty good in between, too. The 6-foot-9 rookie forward pumped in a season-high 24 points on 10-of-14 shooting to help the Maine Red Claws beat Erie 115-92 in the NBA D-League. His previous career high was 21. He opened the… Read more »

Grazulis converts GW and-1 in final seconds for Colorado Mines

January 17, 2014

Palmer’s Allie Grazulis won the game in dramatic fashion for Colorado School of Mines, converting an old-fashioned three-point play in the final seconds to produce a 55-54 road win over the UC-Colorado Springs. Grazulis made a contested jumper in the lane, was fouled, and then made the free throw with 12 seconds left. She bailed… Read more »