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January 20th, 2015
Century 71, Blackfoot 34
Century 18 30 15 8 â€” 71
Blackfoot 11 9 10 4 â€” 34
Century â€” Lindsey Smoot 2 0-0 4, Rian Rawlings 7 5-5 19, Katie Hiller 2 2-5 7, Sarah Grinnell 4 0-0 8, Henny Hearn 4 0-0 8, Sarah Holt 2 0-1 4, Kyleigh Hatch 3 0-0 6, Emily Packham 3 0-0 7, Kaitlyn Christensen 1 2-2 4, McKayla Jensen 1 0-0 2, Naomi Behrend 1 0-0 2.
Blackfoot â€” Holly Gunderson 4 1-2 9, Anicia Luna 0 2-5 2, Ashlyn Beers 2 0-2 4, Taylor Beers 2 1-2 6, Brooklyn Adams 3 0-0 8, Madie Rigby 1 0-0 2, Kelsey Baguley 0 2-2 2.
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POCATELLO â€” Oh so close.
That has to be the feeling for the Blackfoot Lady Broncos and head coach Dallan Parker after the Blackfoot's 46-40 loss to Pocatello at the Palace of Pocatello High School Friday night.
During the season the Broncos have improved markedly from the opening games of the season, Friday night Parker said before the game he would really like to win a game in the gym he used to coach in and against his little sister Carly who is a senior for the Indians.
But as close as the Broncos got in the game with the Indians Friday, mistakes took them away from a victory.
THOMAS â€”Â Early in the fourth quarter the Snake River Panthers held a 21-point lead over the top ranked team in 2A in the visiting Soda Springs Cardinals.
But the top ranked Cardinals did not just roll over, in fact they went on a 13-1 run to pull within 10 points.
The Panther lead shrunk to as small as six in the final two minutes before the Panthers closed out the game at the free throw line to earn a 63-55 win over Soda Springs handing the Cardinals just their second loss of the season.
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Snake River 63, Soda Springs 55
BLACKFOOT â€” Thanks to four forfeits in the first six matches Wednesday night the Blackfoot Broncos wrestling team built a 30-6 lead over visiting Preston in the District 5/6 opener for the Broncos.
But as the night came to an end a mere 40 minutes later the visiting Indians had narrowed the gap, but not close enough as Blackfoot took down Preston 51-36 at Blackfoot High School.
The Broncos got forfeits at 98, 106, 113 and 132 pounds to start the night.
Marcus Menefee was the first Bronco to hit the mat Wednesday when he took on Preston's Kieton Keller in the 120 pound class.
FIRTH â€” Saturday night in St. Anthony in the first battle of the Cougars for the 2014-15 season the Firth Cougars escaped with a 47-45 win over South Fremont as South's Con Bauer scored a game-high 27 points.
Tuesday night the two teams closed out their season series in Firth and for the home standing Cougars stopping Bauer was going to be a big key if Firth hoped to earn the season sweep.
After going over six minutes of the second quarter scoreless, South Fremont went on a first half closing 12-0 run to head into the locker room trailing 22-17.
BLACKFOOT â€” At last years 4A District 5/6 tournament the Blackfoot Broncos were involved in a battle with eventual district champion Bonneville.
The Bees had one of the best teams in the state last year and ended up with a handful of state placers.
Friday night the Bees returned to Blackfoot, but this time they were wrestling as 5A members and part of a quad match with Rigby and Hillcrest.
THOMAS â€”Â Trailing by five with 3:30 left in the game the Snake River Lady Panthers had the opportunity for a six-point play after a pair of Shelley fouls, one being a technical.
But the Panthers went 2-for-4 from the foul line and then turned the ball over on the ensuing possession.
Shelley closed out the quarter on an 8-1 run to earn a 53-42 victory and a sweep of the season series with the Panthers.
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Shelley 52, Snake River 43
Shelley 13 14 13 12 â€” 52
Snake River 8 7 20 8 â€” 43
THOMAS â€” The 2014-15 season has been unkind to the Snake River Panthers boys basketball team.
Entering Wednesday night's game with South Fremont the Panthers were 1-7 and mired in a three-game losing streak.
But when you have a roster of just two players with varsity experience some growing pains are going to be expected.
Con Bauer and Alec Pope combined to score 41 of the Cougars 53 points as they handed the Panthers their fourth straight loss 53-43 in Thomas.
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South Fremont 53, Snake River 43
BLACKFOOT â€” It will go down in the books as a 59-49 loss to Madison, but for the Blackfoot Lady Broncos Tuesday night's loss showed just how far the team has come since the beginning of the season.
When the Broncos and Bobcats played in Rexburg earlier in the season the Broncos were handed a 58-point loss.
Tuesday night the Broncos led by as many as eight late in the third quarter and held a slim one-point lead entering the fourth.
FIRTH â€”Â For the opening three plus quarter Saturday night Firth's Dallan Bingham was MIA.
The senior post was in foul trouble early ink the first quarter and spent a good chunk of the game on the bench.
But when the Cougars needed a spark the senior stepped up.
Nursing a three point lead over county rival Shelley Bingham scored six straight points as Firth held a two-point lead with a little more than a minute remaining in the game.