The Kodiak High School girls basketball team continues its winning streak and has extended its perfect record into Northern Lights Conference play. The Bears swept the Kenai Kardinals over the weekend.
Friday, Kodiak was victorious 61-to-25, and followed that up on Saturday with a 45-to-15 win. The Bears had a 25-to-5 lead at halftime.
On Friday, Hannah Wandersee led all players with 18 points. Jerica Nelson had 14, and Megan Pyles added 11.
The Lady Bears are perfect at 13-and-0 overall and 2-and-0 in the NLC. The7y will be on the road again this weekend at Palmer to play the Moose. They will be playing at home for the rest of the month of February before regions.
Meanwhile, the Kodiak boys were just as dominant against the Kenai boys here at home. The host Bears cruised to a 71-to-27 win Friday night, and a 76-to-30 victory over the Kardinals on Saturday.
On Friday, Austin Frick had eight three-pointers and single-handedly outscored the Kardinals with 28 points. On Saturday, Alec Canete-Hall led Kodiak with 21 points.
The Kodiak boys are 7-and-5 overall and 2-and-0 in Northern Lights Conference play.
Kodiak will host Palmer this weekend, and will be their last home series of the season.