KETCHIKAN (KDN) — It was a full night of basketball on Tuesday at Schoenbar Middle School, as the boys’ and girls’ basketball teams hosted Ketchikan Charter School and Ketchikan High School freshmen squads.

Schoenbar’s boys’ and girls’ B teams went head-to-head against KCS’ boys’ and girls’ squads, and the A teams played Kayhi. Schoenbar split the meetings, winning both games against KCS, but fell against the Kayhi’s freshmen teams.

KCS’ girls’ squad and Schoenbar’s girls’ B team jump started Tuesday’s action, and the Schoenbar squad won 38-21.

In the night’s second game, the Kayhi Lady Kings’ freshmen team eaked out a win over Schoenbar’s girls’ A team, 32-29.

The Kayhi Kings’ freshmen team defeated the Schoenbar boys’ A squad 56-29.

In the boys’ B game, Schoenbar had a four-point lead over KCS at the half, 24-20. That lead grew after the break, as Schoenbar won 50-31.

Recaps of the Schoenbar boys’ games against KCS and Kayhi were in the Thursday, Nov. 4 edition of the Daily News.

Here are recaps of the girls’ games:

Schoenbar Girls B 38, Charter School 21

Lauren Tucker and River Colvell kept the Charter School Lady Huskies in the ballgame against Schoenbar’s girls’ A team throughout the first half on Tuesday.

The duo combined for 15 points, and Schoenbar only led by five, 20-15, at the break.

But after the intermission, Schoenbar’s offense picked up speed, and went on to win 38-21.

Six different players on Schoenbar’s roster knocked in baskets throughout the game.

Schoenbar’s Addisen Zink and Izabella Agoney each scored 10 points, and Summer Sivertsen chimed in with eight points — all in the second half. Agoney and Zink accounted for 14 of Schoenbar’s 20 tallies in the first frame.

On the flipside, Tucker led all scorers with 15 points. She knocked in all six of KCS’ points after the break, draining 2-of-4 free throws. Tucker also hit the game’s only 3-pointer in the first half.  

Scoring Line

Schoenbar: Addisen Zink 10; Izabella Agoney 10; Summer Sivertsen 8; Brianna Gilson 6; Addison Lewis 2; Lilly Pader 2.

Charter School: Lauren Tucker 15; River Colvell 6.

Kayhi Freshman Girls 32, Schoenbar Girls A 29

Schoenbar’s girls’ A team nearly beat the Kayhi Lady Kings freshmen squad for the second straight week.

Seven days after defeating Kayhi 28-24, on Oct. 26, the two teams went toe-to-toe once more on Tuesday night.

But this time Kayhi turned a four-point loss into a three-point win.

The Lady Kings’ freshmen squad won 32-29 in the two teams’ second meeting, despite being outscored 17-14 in the second half.

Kayhi led 18-12 at the break.

Kayhi’s Carol Frey and Azriah McGarrigan each scored five points in the first half. McGarrigan drained a 3-pointer, and Frey knocked down a pair of buckets and a free throw in the frame.

The duo combined for 16 points in the game, and Tasha Llano knocked in eight points, scoring four in each half.

Schoenbar’s Izabella Agoney matched Frey and McGarrigan, leading her team with five points in the first half.

Agoney hit a 3-pointer before the break — Schoenbar’s only three of the game — as she and McGarrigan drained the only shots from beyond the arc in the contest.

Schoenbar’s Kylie Brendible led her team with nine points, hitting 3-of-4 free throws. She tallied six points after the break.

It was the second straight game Brendible led her team in points scored, as she tallied 17 in Schoenbar’s 28-24 win on Oct. 26.

Scoring Line

Kayhi: Azriah McGarrigan 9; Tasha Llanos 8; Carol Frey 7; Bella Whisenant 4; Molly Sivertsen 2; Abi Davies 2.

Schoenbar: Kylie Brendible 9; Izabella Agoney 8; Brianna Gilson 4; Lovell Yeltatzie 4; Addisen Zink 2; Kari Klinger 2.

Notes: All names and stats courtesy of the official scorebook.

Trio scores in both games

Schoenbar’s Izabella Agoney, Brianna Gilson and Addisen Zink scored for both of the hosting school’s basketball squads.

The trio knocked in points during the A and B games, accounting for 40 of Schoenbar’s 67 points between the two contests on Tuesday.

Agoney tallied 18 points. Zink had 12, and Gilson scored 10 between the two games.