HS Roundup: Bonneville girls move to 6-0

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At Skyline, a 21-point third quarter helped send the Bonneville High School girls basketball team past Skyline for a 58-30 nonconference win to move the Bees to 6-0.

The Bees led 26-13 at halftime and outscored the Grizz 21-10 in the third quarter. That same quarter, Skyline’s Erin Jenkins (seven points) went down with a lower back injury and did not return to the game.

“She kinda went up to block a shot and came down and landed weird,” Skyline coach Ty Keck said. “We don’t really know anything at this point. That took the wind out of our sails.”

Sadie Lott had a game-high 16 points to lead Bonneville, which hosts District 93 rival Hillcrest on Friday.

Brittney Dennert had eight points to lead Skyline (1-6), which plays Friday at Pocatello.

BONNEVILLE 58, SKYLINE 30

Bonneville 9 17 21 11—58

Skyline 6 7 10 7—30

BONNEVILLE (58)—Sade Williams 9, Sadie Lott 16, Kalli Harris 6, Makayla Sorensen 5, Brooklyn Cunningham 5, Maunayia Harrigfeld 4, Madison Pettingill 5, Cortney McDonald 8. FG: 18. FT: 19-24. 3-pointers: 3-12 (Lott 1-4, Cunningham 1-1, Pettingill 1-1). Total fouls: 18. Fouled out: none.

SKYLINE (30)—Brittney Dennert 8, Erin Jenkins 7, Payton Bird 3, Annalise Cheret 5, Analee Cortez 1, Macy Olson 5, Lizzy Bialas 1. FG: 11. FT: 7-12. 3-pointers: 1-2 (Jenkins 1-2). Total fouls: 19. Fouled out: none.

MADISON 37, HILLCREST 31: At Ammon, free throws sent Madison past Hillcrest in the 5A District 5-6 opener for the Knights.

The Bobcats, who led 19-13 at halftime, were point-for-point with the Knights in the second half. Hillcrest cut the deficit to three points, but Madison put the game away with foul shots.

“We shut them down defensively,” Hillcrest coach Alan Sargent said. “We forced them to make 29 turnovers. We just couldn’t hit a basket. They’ve got some big kids and it’s tough to get an offensive board.”

Hannah Wilson had 12 points for Madison (4-3, 1-1 conference), which hosts Blackfoot on Saturday.

Macy Speirs had 10 points to lead Hillcrest (2-6, 0-1 conference), which plays Friday at District 93 rival Bonneville.

MADISON 37, HILLCREST 31

Madison 11 8 6 12—37

Hillcrest 8 5 6 12—31

MADISON (37) — Brielle Hammond 7, Hannah Wilson 12, Savanah Dick 7, Mykilee Duffin 2, Dow 9. FG: 10. FT: 12-21. 3-pointers: 1 (Dick). Total fouls: 19. Fouled out: none.

HILLCREST (31) — Maycee Stenquist 5, Annika Baldwin 9, Hallie Tueller 3, Alexis Denney 2, Ashlyn Sargent 2, Macy Speirs 10. FG: 9. FT: 7-13. 3-pointers: 2 (Spiers). Total fouls: 24. Fouled out: None.

RIGBY 50, IDAHO FALLS 22: At Idaho Falls, the Tigers fell to Rigby in a nonconference game. No further details were available by press time.

Rigby (4-2) hosts Highland on Friday while Idaho Falls (0-7) hosts Century on Friday.

CENTURY 65, BLACKFOOT 32: At Pocatello, Century defeated Blackfoot for a conference win. No further details were available by press time.

Blackfoot (3-4, 2-1) plays Saturday at Madison.

FIRTH 50, WEST SIDE 30: At Dayton, Firth defeated West Side for the second time this season.

The Cougars led 24-13 at halftime and outscored the Pirates 17-4 in the third quarter. Firth finished the night with 21 made field goals to West Side’s 12 and held the Pirates to single-digit scoring the first three quarters.

“I felt like it was a really good defensive effort,” Firth coach Sharla Cook said. “It was a total team game tonight. The whole team did a good job of finding the open person.”

Cammie Gee had 12 points, Abby Schiess had 11 points and Savannah Brewington had seven assists to go with her five points for Firth (6-1), which plays Friday at Sugar-Salem in a battle of state-ranked teams.

FIRTH 50, WEST SIDE 30

Firth 11 13 17 9—50

West Side 5 8 4 13—30

FIRTH (50)—Hailey Gee 8, Ashlee Adams 9, Savannah Brewington 5, Cammie Gee 12, Abby Schiess 11, Jaylynn McKinnon 4, Kaylor Oliver 1. FG: 21. FT: 7-13. 3-pointers: 1 (Brewington 1). Total fouls: 14. Fouled out: none.

WEST SIDE (30)—J. Mejia 11, M. Wade 3, J. Robinson 8, K. Knapp 6, K. Hillman 2. FG: 12. FT: 5-10. 3-pointers: 1 (Mejia). Total fouls: 10. Fouled out: none.

MACKAY 35, RICHFIELD 25: At Richfield, the Miners overcame a 14-point deficit behind some stellar defensive pressure to earn their first win in December.Richfield jumped out to a 21-13 halftime lead before Mackay held the Tigers to just two points in the third and fourth quarters, respectively.“Our defense really came out and pressured them hard in the second half,” Mackay coach Kashia Hale said. “It was a great team win overall.”Remi Wojciechowski led the game with 14 points and Riley Moore added 10 for Mackay (2-3), which will host Clark County on Friday.MACKAY 35, RICHFIELD 25Mackay 3 10 8 14 — 35Richfield 9 12 2 2 — 25MACKAY (35) — Remi Wojciechowski 14, Riley Moore 10, Alana Christensen 4, Marissa Nelson 3, Klena Christensen 2, Ileaha Begay 2. FG: 15. 3-pointers: 0. FT: 5-17. Fouls: 15. Fouled out: none.RICHFIELD (25) — Individual stats unavailable. FG: 4. 3-pointers: 4. FT: 5-12. Fouls: 17. Fouled out: none.

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CHALLIS 58, WEST JEFFERSON 53 (OT): At Terreton, Challis defeated West Jefferson in overtime after Ross Sheppeard completed a full-court alley-oop with 3.8 seconds left in regulation.

The Vikings would then outscore the Panthers 9-4 in overtime to give Challis its third win on the season.

“I feel bad for the kids because they played and executed well,” West Jefferson coach Dave Hadley said. “I gotta do a better job coaching them up and preparing them. I own up to this one.”

West Jefferson trailed by nine at one point, as the loss pushed the Panthers to 0-3 on the year.

Braeden Larsen had 14 points for West Jefferson, which will play Friday at Teton. Parker May’s game-high 26 points led Challis (3-0), which will play Rockland on Thursday.

CHALLIS 58, WEST JEFFERSON 53 (OT)

Challis 14 15 8 12 9 — 58

West Jefferson 13 10 11 13 4 — 43

CHALLIS (58) — Mitchell Cotant 5, Garret Millick 8, Ross Sheppeard 6, Kyle Gregory 3, Justin Rembelski 5, Parker May 26. FG: 23. 3-pointers: 5 (Millick 2, May 2, Gregory). FT: 7-16. Fouls 17. Fouled out: none.

WEST JEFFERSON (53) — Hunter Bean 6, Braeden Larsen 14, Dalton Robins 2, Landen Larsen 8, Adam Scott 6, Braxton Ramirez 5, Branson Morton 6, Riley Caudle 6. FG: 19. 3-pointers: 4 (Bean 2, B. Larsen 2). FT: 9-16. Fouls: 22. Fouled out: none.

MACKAY 64, RICHFIELD 40: At Richfield, a 21-point first quarter set the tone for Mackay in a nonconference win over Richfield.

The Miners, who led 32-27 at halftime, held the Tigers to single-digit scoring in the final two quarters.

“We started out hot in the first few miutes of the game,” Mackay coach Kelvin Krosch said. “The last 11 mintues of the first half was a very sloppy, sloppy game for us. The second half, they came out and decided to play defense and started opening up the game.”

MACKAY 64, RICHFIELD 40

Mackay 21 11 17 15—64

Richfield 10 17 9 4—40

MACKAY (64)—Dallin Green 5, Chris Ivie 8, Serreck Peterson 5, Jakoda Whitworth 7, Nolan Moorman 9, Caleb Green 10, Kolton Holt 9, Chase Green 8. FG: 27. FT: 1-2. 3-pointers: 4 (D. Green 1, Peterson 1, Whitworth 1, Moorman 1). Total fouls: 15. Fouled out: none.

RICHFIELD (40)—I. Gill 16, M. Juarez 4, J. Wood 8, H. Tree 4. FG: 12. FT: 6-10. 3-pointers: 5 (Gill 5). Total fouls: 9. Fouled out: none.

High school wrestling

MADISON 56, BLACKFOOT 47

98 pounds: Landon Abercrombie (BLAC) pin Josh Benson, 3:52; 106: Kekoa Jensen (MAD) pin Darrin Farnes, 2:26; 113: Ikaika Jensen (MAD) pin Aaric Cuevas, 2:42; 120: Landon Evans pin Crit Wilcox, 4:31; 126: Esai Castaneda (BLAC) pin Jaden Smith, 5:36; 132: Tyson Clark (MAD) pin Daniel Andrade, 3:33; 138: Jacob Despain (BLAC) pin Kaleb Christensen, 3:13; 145: Braxton Robison (BLAC) pin Roy Gunderson, 1:06; 152: Boeden Bassett (BLAC) maj. dec. Austin Burrell, 16-6; 160: Devin Smith (MAD) maj. dec. Nick Chappell, 14-4; 170: Payton Woodland (BLAC) dec. Andrew Haws, 8-4; 182: Wyatt Astle (BLAC) pin Lynn Morgan, 1:42; 195: Tre Clark (MAD) by forfeit; 220: Nathan Sargent (BLAC) maj. dec. Tyrel Clark, 11-3; 285: Hunter Proctor (MAD) pin Braden Hart, 0:53

BONNEVILLE 42, TWIN FALLS 40

98 pounds: Trayson Judy (BONN) by forfeit; 106: Kase Mauger (TF) pin Alex Neville, 1:23; Jaden Elsing (TF) pin Parker Andrews, 2:53; 120: Anthony Maldonado (TF) dec. Justin Hurd, 8-6; 126: Cole Massey (TF) dec. Hans Blanchard, 6-2; 132: Phillip Cummins (TF) pin Jacob Rutledge, 3:25; 138: Parker Maxfield (TF) pin Truette Rhoda, 4:16; 145: Raymond Martin (BONN) pin Gabe Lauda, 2:27; 152: Cooper French (BONN) pin A.J. Lyda, 3:12; 160: Theron Thompson (BONN) pin Noah Sayers, 1:10; 170: Austin Ford (BONN) by forfeit; 182: Lukas Ovcarenko (TF) maj. dec. Duncan Andrus, 15-5; 195: Sullivan Andrus (BONN) pin Skyler Carr, 0:26; 220: Cort Erickson (BONN) pin Kade Straley, 3:32; 285: Austin Hatch (TF) pin Alexander Silvas, 1:09

HILLCREST 42, TWIN FALLS 41

98 pounds: Kaden Ramos (HILL) by forfeit; 106: Kase Mauger (TF) by forfeit; 113: Jaden Elsing (TF) by forfeit; 120: Anthony Maldonado (TF) pin Gage Holt, 2:27; 126: Derek Ramos (HILL) pin Cole Massey, 4:39; 132: Phillip Cummins (TF) dec. Kameron Ramirez, 6-0; 138: Lorenzo Luis (HILL) pin Parker Maxfield, 4:17; 145: Jacob Allred (HILL) pin Gabe Lauda, 5:17; 152: Tanner Webb (HILL) pin A.J. Lyda, 1:40; 160: Nick Weinrich (HILL) pin Noah Sayers, 2:00; 170: Col Cook (HILL) by forfeit; 182: Lukas Ovcarenko (TF) pin Nathan Adams, 0:48; 195: Skyler Carr (TF) dec. Isaac Camales, 11-6; 220: Kade Straley (TF) pin Westley Hightower, 1:20; 285: Austin Hatch (TF) by forfeit

RIRIE 48, SOUTH FREMONT 40

98 pounds: Conner Parkinson (RIR) pin Mitchell Hansen, 3:04; 106: Stetson Machen (RIR) by forfeit; 113: Tanner Smith (RIR) pin Alex Rodriguez, 2:31; 120: Trenton Hackworth (SF) pin Tyler Ulrich, 3:35; 126: Easton Banta (SF) pin Ethan Summers, 1:25; 132: Jace Hughes (SF) pin Layton Yearsley, 0:28; 138: Brytton Moon (RIR) pin Michael Ayon, 2:51; 145: Tyson Thacker (RIR) pin Cesar Tavarez, 3:58; 152: Rustin Richerknecht (RIR) pin Daylin Duncan, 1:44; 160: Tristan Olson (SF) maj. dec. Garrett Jensen, 15-7; 170: Sawyer Hobbs (SF) pin Trey Yearsley, 0:59; 182: Chris Gunderson (RIR) pin Will Bushman, 0:12; 195: Gabe Sommers (RIR) def. Tyler Vining by injury default; 220: Tanner Batton (SF) pin Nick Gunderson, 1:46; 285: Jordan Dodge (SF) pin Kamden Bean, 1:09

SOUTH FREMONT 48, CHALLIS 25

98 pounds: Mitchell Hansen (SF) by forfeit; 106: Double forfeit; 113: Christopher Arrizubieta (CH) maj. dec. Alex Rodriguez, 9-0; 120: Trenton Hackworth (SF) pin Ty Redick, 3:23; 126: Beau Hackworth (SF) pin Kasen Hohnstein, 1:15; 132: Kade Bruno (CH) dec. Easton Banta, 4-1; 138: Cesar Tavarez (SF) by forfeit; 145: DJ Lanier (CH) dec. Daylin Duncan, 7-6; 152: Bruin Bradshaw (CH) pin Cutter Orchard, 3:54; 160: Cooper Erickson (CH) dec. Tristan Olson, 7-3; 170: Sawyer Hobbs (SF) pin Pete Bradshaw, 3:12; 182: Will Bushman (SF) by forfeit; 195: Nathan Schwenke (CH) by forfeit; 220: Tanner Batton (SF) pin Blaine Amarr, 1:13; 285: Jordan Dodge (SF) by forfeit

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