Ninilchik vs Seward LIVE Boy’s basketball (2/1/2024)

Ninilchik vs Seward LIVE Boy’s basketball (2/1/2024)

The Alaskan high school basketball spotlight shines on Seward tonight as the Ninilchik Wolverines (7-4) embark on a road trip to face the Seward Seahawks (9-3) in the prestigious Seahawk Classic. Both teams boast impressive records and a hunger for victory, setting the stage for a captivating battle on the court.

What it is: Alaska High School basketball
Matchup: Ninilchik Wolverines vs Seward Seahawks
Time: Thursday, February 1, at 7:30 pM ET
Game Type: Seahawk Classic
Locations: Seward, AK
Live Stream: Watch here

Wolverines Clawing for Victory: Led by the offensive explosiveness of guard Anya Qaqortoq and the rebounding prowess of forward Kai Larson, the Wolverines are known for their up-tempo attack and gritty defense. Qaqortoq, averaging a stellar 20 points per game, can catch fire from beyond the arc, while Larson’s relentless hustle and paint presence create matchup nightmares for opponents. However, maintaining composure and minimizing turnovers will be crucial against the Seahawks’ stifling defense.

Seahawks Aiming to Soar at Home: The Seahawks are soaring on a five-game winning streak, fueled by the sharp shooting and playmaking of guard Jacob Alsworth and the dominant inside presence of center Ben Hayes. Playing in front of their energetic home crowd, the Seahawks are determined to extend their winning streak and claim victory in their own Seahawk Classic.

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