Both the BRHS Boy’s and Girl’s won one game and lost one game this weekend in Nome.
On Friday the girl’s lost a battle to the Point Hope Harpooners 42-52. The Lady Harpooners were only five deep, but led by eight points at halftime. The Lady Warriors struggled to catch up, falling down 28-18 at one point in the third quarter. In the fourth quarter the BRHS girls started to claw back, but the deficit proved too much.
Kira Polk was the leading scorer for the Lady Warriors with 14, Rebecca Brink scored 12, and Christina McElwee added 8 points.
The Boy’s team also faced the Point Hope Harpooners Friday, but fared better in a commanding 84-42 victory.
The boys capitalized on stellar defense, jumping out to an eight point lead in the first quarter and then opening it up to take a 39-18 halftime lead.
The harpooners never stood a chance in the second half as the Warriors stormed out of the gate to make it a 49-18 advantage. They never looked back.
BRHS’s Austin Miller led all scorers with 20 points, Theodore Naneng had 16, Carly Romer had 15, John Olsen had 12, and Brett Smith had 10 points.
On Saturday the Boy’s then fell to Nome, 36-53, extending Nome’s home win streak to 45 straight games.
The Warriors led at the end of the first quarter 14-13, but Nome went on an 8-0 run late in the half to go up 28-22 at the break.
Nome kept the warriors at arms length in the second half to register the home win.
Theodore Naneng and Austin Miller were BRHS’s top scorers with 15 points a piece.
The Lady Warriors stomped Homer in a wire-to-wire victory 47-26 Saturday.
The girls cruised out to a 30-14 lead at halftime and rode that wave all the way to the final buzzer.
Kira Polk led all scorers with 14 points, Christina McElwee had 11 and Mary Dyment had eight points.