Events

2A Region V Tournament

All games will be played at Mt. Edgecumbe’s BJ McGillis Gymnasium in Sitka.
Girls
2012 2A Region V Bracket GIRLS
Wed Feb 29 – Opening Round
Skagway (#3) vs. Hoonah (#6), 54-25
Thorne Bay (#4) vs. Angoon (#5), 35-31
Boys
2012 2A Region V Bracket BOYS
Wed Feb 29 – Opening Round
Yakutat (#1) vs. Kake (#8), 66-15
Hydaburg (#2) vs. Angoon (#7), 61-40
Klawock (#3) vs. Skagway (#6), 44-29
Hoonah (#4) vs. Thorne Bay (#5), 38-36

Thu Mar 1
Boys
Championship Bracket
Yakutat vs. Thorne Bay, 70-43
Hydaburg vs. Klawock, 46-40
Losers Bracket
Kake vs. Hoonah, 53-41
Angoon vs. Skagway, 32-30
Girls
Championship Bracket
Klawock (#1) vs. Angoon (#5), 74-36
Yakutat (#2) vs. Skagway (#3), 48-36

Fri Mar 2
Boys – Championship Game
Yakutat vs. Hydaburg, 55- 52 double overtime
Girls – Championship Game
Klawock vs. Yakutat, 62-57 overtime

Both championship games will be broadcast by Raven Radio, KCAW-FM in Sitka.

Boys – Losers Bracket
Klawock vs. Hoonah, 34-26
Thorne Bay vs. Angoon, 62-41
Girls – Losers Bracket
Hoonah vs. Angoon, 48-47
Thorne Bay vs. Skagway, 35-12

Sat Mar 3
Girls – Losers Bracket
Angoon vs. Skagway, 59-19
Boys – Losers Bracket
Hoonah vs. Thorne Bay, 55-54
Girls – Runner-up Game
4:30 PM – Yakutat vs. Skagway
Boys – Runner-up Game
6:15 PM – Hydaburg vs. Thorne Bay

View the live webcasts here.

2011 State Tournament image courtesy www.anchorage.net.

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