Middle school basketball: Hawks down Eagles, split against Ravens

Chief Kanim’s seventh and eighth grade boys basketball teams both won games Thursday, March 1, against the visiting Snoqualmie Middle School Eagles.

Chief Kanim’s Hawks controlled the boards and executed their offenses effectively to earn the wins.

On the seventh grade team, Chief Kanim’s Luke Pfister had 28 points and 20 rebounds, Jacob Belcito had eight points and 19 rebounds, Jake Brady had six points, Andrew Lewis had five points, Matt Dowleski and Cameron Lakes had four points, and Carson Corra had one point.

In eighth grade, Chief Kanim’s Matt Myers and Jeff Hanley had 10 points apiece, Sherwin Viala had six points and 19 rebounds, Danny Tomson had six points, Gage Gutmann and Kai Stewart had five points, Cory Cotto had four points, and Connor Schattenkerk had two.

On Wednesdsay, Feb. 29, The Hawks split their games against the visiting Twin Falls Ravens. The seventh grade team used an aggressive defense and controlled the boards to earn the win. The eighth grade team got off to a slow start and didn’t recover.


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