Region V Basketball

State basketball tourney

Basketball_250The state basketball tournament took place this weekend in Anchorage. Teams from the KCAW listening area include the Yakutat Eagles and Lady Eagles in 1A, and the Sitka Lady Wolves and Mt. Edgecumbe Braves in 3A. Details:

1A Girls
Sat Mar 16
Yakutat 24, Nikolaevsk 47
Mon Mar 18
Yakutat 28, Alak 45 (Yakutat Lady Eagles eliminated)
1A Boys
Sat Mar 16
Yakutat 51, Lumen Christi 59
Mon Mar 18
Yakutat 78, Scammon Bay 54
Tue Mar 19
Yakutat 75, Aniak 73 (OT)
Wed Mar 20
Yakutat 51, Birchwood Christian 42
Yakutat Eagles are the Consolation winner.

3A Girls
Thu Mar 21
Sitka 37, Valdez 34
Fri Mar 22
Sitka 33, ACS 71
Sat Mar 23
Sitka 24, Hutchison 46
(Hutchison wins 3rd Place)
3A Boys
Thu Mar 21
Mt. Edgecumbe 68,Valdez 46
Fri Mar 22
Mt. Edgecumbe 41, ACS 81
Sat Mar 23
Mt. Edgecumbe 55, Bethel 67
(Bethel wins 3rd Place)

Find links to complete box scores from the 2013 State Basketball Tournament.

Get complete look at tournament brackets and access to live, on-demand web streaming.

Locally, tournament games involving Sitka and Mt. Edgecumbe teams will be broadcast over KIFW-AM 1230.

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