The Bethel Regional High School basketball season is in full swing and both the boy’s and girl’s team were in Nome last week to take part in the Subway Showdown.
Thursday, the Lady Warriors took on Eielson and came out shooting. In the first quarter, BRHS jumped out 18-5.
Rebecca Brink shot the ball well in the first half for the Lady Warriors, who went up 11 points at the half, 26 – 15.
The Lady Warriors rode hot shooting through the third quarter, going up 45 – 28.
In the fourth though, Eielson stormed back to score sixteen points to just three for the Lady Warriors. It wasn’t enough for Eileson, though, as BRHS takes the win 48-44.
Rebecca Brink led the way with 22 points. Rianna Joseph had 17 points.
The Boys also took on Eilson. The first quarter was a close one with the Warriors up just two, 12 – 10.
The Warriors opened it up in the second with hot shooting by Austin Miller. They went up 37 – 24 at the half.
It was much of the same in the second half as the Warriors cruised to an easy win over Eileson 87 – 44. Austin Miller led all scorers with 33 points.
Friday, the Lady Warriors took on Unalakleet in a close contest. BRHS jumped out to an early lead, but Unalakleet kept it close coming within five points on several occasions.
The Lady Warriors rode hot shooting from Riana Joseph to seal the win, 50 – 49.
Joseph scored a team high 19 points. Rebecca Brink added 11 points.
The boys took on Unalakleet as well, but were down early 17 – 24. The Warriors started making buckets in the second half to jump out to a 59 – 48 lead.
Balanced scoring gave the Warriors the win in the end, 79 – 60, over Unalakleet. Edo Naneng was the high scorer with 24 points. Austin Miller scored 21 and Carlie Romer added 15 points for the Warriors.
Saturday, the girls took on the Nome Lady Nanooks. Nome jumped out to an early lead, 10 – 6 in the first, but BRHS made it interesting, coming within five points at the half.
The Lady Nanooks turned up the heat in the second half, winning it 62 – 34 over the Lady Warriors.
The boys squad also took on the Nome Nanooks. Bethel jumped out to an early lead in the first, but Nome stormed back to come within a point a the half, 27 – 26.
Nome and BRHS traded buckets in the third quarter, but the Nanooks would take it in the fourth, 55 – 45 over BRHS.