Archive - Jan 25, 2012 - Latest Sports
The Idaho State University Rugby Club, which compiled a 6-3 record last fall, has announced its spring 2012 match schedule, which begins Feb. 18.
â€śWeâ€™ve moved from the Utah Rugby Union to the Pacific Northwest League,â€ť said Ram Eddings, team coach and advisor. â€śThe new league is going to be much better for us.â€ť
Â The clubâ€™s tentative spring 2012 schedule is:
Feb. 18 â€“ Montana State University, home
Feb. 26 Â â€“ Southern Oregon University, away at Boise
March 3 â€“ Montana State University, away
March 4 â€“ University of Montana, away
FIRTH â€” Jacob Fielding scored 13 points and Austin Leslie added 11 to pace Firth to a 53-38 Nuclear League win over Ririe on Tuesday night.
The Cougars (14-2, 4-0 Nuclear League) led 31-20 at the half and maintained their advantage over the Bulldogs (5-11, 2-2 Nuclear League) the rest of the way.
"We played well enough to get a win," said Firth coach Scott Adams. "We did some good things to build on; what was not so good we can learn from."
Ririe 9 11 9 9 - 38
Firth 15 16 12 8 - 53
ABERDEEN â€” Jacoby Johnson and Brad Coombs helped get Snake River off to a fast start in the Panthers' 64-36 non-conference boys' basketball win over Aberdeen on Tuesday night.
Coombs had three steals in the early going, getting a layup off one theft and getting the ball to Johnson for layups on the others. Snake River opened with a 21-4 run with Johnson scoring 10.
But Aberdeen answered with a 15-3 run of its own to close within 26-23 at halftime. Austin Horrocks had five points in that spurt and Zeke Uribe added four.
SHELLEY â€” Senior night was a sweet success for the Shelley Lady Russets Tuesday night as they defeated Blackfoot 46-43 in High Country Conference play on Tuesday.
â€śThis was a very rewarding game for the seniors and possibly for our last home game,â€ť Shelley coach Burke Davis said, â€śThey are a special class of seniors. They established tradition and left examples for the younger classes.â€ť