Angoon Boys Eliminate Gustavus from Region V Tournament

    Angoon's Edward Kookesh (3) shoots against defensive pressure from Gustavus' Penelope Jarvis (1), Giorgia Demeglio (5) and Daniel Bohlke (2) during their Region V 1A tournament game on Friday at TMHS. (Klas Stolpe/KINY)

    Juneau, Alaska (KINY) - The Angoon Eagles topped the Gustavus Foxes 60-23 in an elimination game at the 2022 Southeast Region V 1A Boys Basketball Championships at Thunder Mountain High School on Friday.

      Angoon led 20-3 after eight minutes of action and 32-7 at the half. The Braves led 43-12 starting the fourth quarter.

      Junior Elijah Carle led the Eagles with 17 points. Junior Julian Duncan added 14 points, eighth grader Sam Fredrickson 12, sophomore’s Levi Johnson and Kyle Johnson five apiece, Edward Kookesh four and eighth grader Justice Duncan three.

      Angoon hit 1-6 at the line, Gustavus 4-8.

      Junior Daniel Bohlke led the Foxes with 21 points and sophomore Fisher Kelly added two points.

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