Varsity Extra Scoreboard: Saturday, Nov. 23

November 24, 2013 

FOOTBALL

5A STATE PLAYOFFS

QUARTERFINALS

Highland 37, Mountain View 17

Capital 70, Idaho Falls 40

Rocky Mountain 36, Eagle 21

Coeur d'Alene 52, Timberline 9

SEMIFINALS

Highland 24, Rocky Mountain 6

Coeur d'Alene 42, Capital 14

CHAMPIONSHIP

Friday

at the Kibbie Dome, Moscow

Coeur d'Alene 31, Highland 28

4A STATE PLAYOFFS

QUARTERFINALS

Century 34, Twin Falls 6

Bishop Kelly 49, Kuna 6

Skyview 34, Lakeland 23

Jerome 37, Rigby 20

SEMIFINALS

Skyview 61, Jerome 25

Bishop Kelly 27, Century 26 (2OT)

CHAMPIONSHIP

Friday

at Bronco Stadium, Boise

Bishop Kelly 42, Skyview 34

BISHOP KELLY 42, SKYVIEW 34

Skyview 0 14 7 13-34

Bishop Kelly 6 3 19 14-42

First Quarter

BK - Allumbaugh 20 pass from Ogata (kick failed)

Second Quarter

SKY - Marin 12 run (Mohlke kick)

SKY - Hyde 35 pass from Marin (Mohlke kick)

BK - Allumbaugh 22 field goal

Third Quarter

SKY - Ogata 2 run (pass failed)

BK - Allumbaugh 23 pass from Ogata (Allumbaugh kick)

BK - Greene 80 run (kick failed)

SKY - H. Graves 57 pass from Marin (Mohlke kick)

Fourth Quarter

BK - Allumbaugh 65 pass from Ogata (Allumbaugh kick)

SKY - H. Graves 48 pass from Marin (kick failed)

BK - Greene 3 run (Allumbaugh kick)

SKY - Miller 21 pass from Marin (Mohlke kick)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICAL LEADERS

RUSHING - Skyview, Pryor 15-37, Marin 9-(-11), H. Graves 1-(-2). Bishop Kelly, Greene 19-182, Mello 21-62, Ogata 9-4, Oliver 1-3.

PASSING - Skyview, Marin 19-35-2 340. Ogata 8-12-0 225.

RECEIVING - Skyview, H. Graves 5-149, Miller 7-85, Hyde 5-89, K. Graves 1-7. Bishop Kelly, Allumbaugh 4-147, Meyers 2-36, King 1-29, Oliver 1-13.

3A STATE PLAYOFFS

QUARTERFINALS

Gooding 36, Sugar-Salem 22

Shelley 26, Snake River 0

Homedale 67, Bonners Ferry 0

Fruitland 35, Timberlake 21

SEMIFINALS

Fruitland 30, Homedale 29

Shelley 25, Gooding 13

CHAMPIONSHIP

Saturday

at Holt Arena, Pocatello

Shelley 17, Fruitland 14

SHELLEY 17, FRUITLAND 14

Fruitland 7 0 7 0-14

Shelley 6 11 0 0-17

First Quarter

FRU - Jerred Seamons 1 run (Trey Nattress kick)

SHL - Randy Bauer 53 run (kick failed)

Second Quarter

SHL - Josh Peterson 17 pass from Kaden Schmitt (Bracken Nelson pass from Tyler Fredrickson)

SHL - Fredrickson 31 field goal

Third Quarter

FRU - Patrick Murphy 6 pass from Seamons (Nattress kick)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICAL LEADERS

RUSHING - Fruitland, Ryan Rule 2-10, Austin Stelling 12-22, Chase Fiddler 11-26, Seamons 3-(-13), Cody Bumgarner 1-(-1), Patrick Murphy 1-4, Kennon Smith 4-6, Ryan Phillips 1-39. Shelley, Jacob Sutherin 1-5, Randy Bauer 12-124, Tyler Bean 2-13, Jason Hathaway 5-17, Schmitt 12-28, Skylar Fielding 1-(-12).

PASSING - Fruitland, Seamons 7-14-2 123, Parker Stranger 0-1-0 0. Shelley, Schmitt 10-27-3 187.

RECEIVING - Fruitland, Josh Rhinehart 3-67, Austin Stelling 1-16, Mike O'Dell 1-9, Chase Fiddler 1-26, Patrick Murphy 1-6. Shelley, Cameron Waite 3-58, Josh Peterson 5-114, Tyler Bean 1-16, Randy Bauer 1-(-1).

2A STATE PLAYOFFS

QUARTERFINALS

West Side 44, Orofino 8

Firth 46, Cole Valley 20

Wendell 32, North Fremont 28

Declo 23, Grangeville 17

SEMIFINALS

West Side 24, Firth 18 (OT)

Declo 35, Wendell 13

CHAMPIONSHIP

Saturday

at Holt Arena, Pocatello

Declo 21, West Side 15

1A DIVISION I STATE PLAYOFFS

QUARTERFINALS

Hagerman 56, Murtaugh 6

Raft River 30, Challis 26

Troy 48, Genesee 20

Prairie 46, Wallace 0

SEMIFINALS

Hagerman 70, Raft River 30

Troy 42, Prairie 36

CHAMPIONSHIP

Saturday

at Holt Arena, Pocatello

Hagerman 42, Troy 34

1A DIVISION II STATE PLAYOFFS

QUARTERFINALS

Dietrich 50, Castleford 0

Council 38, Deary 28

Lighthouse Christian 66, Carey 20

Salmon River 56, Kootenai 6

SEMIFINALS

Salmon River 44, Dietrich 0

Council 24, Lighthouse Christian 12

CHAMPIONSHIP

Friday

at Bronco Stadium, Boise

Salmon River 66, Council 26

OREGON STATE PLAYOFFS

CLASS 3A

SEMIFINALS

Nyssa 19, Dayton 15

Cascade Christian 24, Vale 19

GIRLS BASKETBALL

ROCKY MOUNTAIN 65, BORAH 31

Borah 5 6 11 9-31

Rocky Mtn. 27 11 14 13-65

Borah - Rylee Randall 1 point, Kayla Haley 9, Kiana Corpus 11, Mackenzie Chiles 4, Lizzy Hemphill 2, Michal Bilger 4. Rebound leader: Mi. Bilger 10. Assist leader: Mi. Bilger 3.

Rocky Mountain (4-0, 2-0 5A SIC) - Madi Kelly 7 points, Noelle Aragon 11, Carlee Moser 5, Allie Clegg 8, Carson Pickett 14, Kilee Jafek 4, Megan Hochstein 14, Katie Davis 2. Rebound leader: Cami Richman 6. Assist leader: two with 2.

CAPITAL 43, BOISE 41

Boise 18 8 11 4-41

Capital 11 15 10 7-43

Boise (2-2, 0-2 5A SIC) - Issy Hadden 16 points, Hannah Orton 3, Lydia Miles 1, Adriane Hershey 2, Natasha Dacic 4, Kirsten Robinson 7, Mandy Simpson 8. Rebound leader: Hadden 6. Assist leader: Miles 4.

Capital (4-0, 2-0 5A SIC) - Kylie Centers 2 points, Khadija Neumeyer 13, Delaney Sauer 13, Bella Lewis 3, Emilie Eckhart 2, Nicole White 10. Rebound leader: White 10. Assist leader: Centers 5.

MOUNTAIN VIEW 69, EAGLE 50

Mtn. View 21 14 22 12-69

Eagle 12 18 8 12-50

Mountain View - Alyssa Case 5 points, Abby Kreiser 4, Drew Pikes 3, Josie Hardy 8, Devenee Villareal 3, Destiny Slocum 34, Kayla Anderson 5, Renee Routhier 5, Audra Perry 2. Rebound and assist leaders not provided.

Eagle (2-2, 0-2 5A SIC) - Abby Mangum 8 points, Bentli Corta 5, Maggie Burton 3, Ali Snooks 1, Janie Thompson 12, Promise Putnam 1, Jenny Stevens 6, Cassidy Tiegs 14. Rebound leader: Stevens 8. Assist leader: Tiegs 5.

VALLIVUE 54, TIMBERLINE 44

Vallivue 15 14 7 18-54

Timberline 2 14 17 11-44

Vallivue - Kylie Murphy 13 points, Rainy Robinson 11, Dani Cichosz 4, Tori Morrison 7, Candida Eldridge 11, Ashlyn Woodruff 8. Rebound leader: Eldridge 7. Assist leader: Woodruff 1.

Timberline - Olivia Speare 2 points, Brooke Felzien 2, Carlee Frank 4, Tara Hall 19, Rachel Brand 7, Sarah Briggs 3, Malika Kasumu 7. Rebound leader: Brand 8. Assist leader: Sarah Mayer 5.

MIDDLETON 63, BISHOP KELLY 60 (OT)

Middleton 8 11 15 18 11-63

Bishop Kelly 11 13 13 15 8-60

Middleton (2-2, 2-0 4A SIC) - Thibault 16 points, Cossins 3, Brown 14, Curtis 5, Christiansen 8, Lawson 4, Tullock 13. Rebound and assist leaders not provided.

Bishop Kelly (2-2, 1-1 4A SIC) - Harrington 17 points, Liley 4, Mouw 18, Minnaert 12, Murgoitio 1, Adams 4, Miller 3. Rebound leader: Mouw 8. Assist leader: Heffner, Minnaert 5.

COLE VALLEY 47, HOMEDALE 42 (OT)

Homedale 15 9 8 8 2-42

Cole Valley 14 12 4 10 7-47

Homedale (2-1 overall) - Tristan Corta 3 points, Morgan Nash 12, Tory Lane 3, Hattie Mertz 2, Elise Shenk 5, Gardenia Machuca 8, Kaylee Rupp 7, Destiny Long 2. Rebound leader: Rupp 12. Assist leader not provided.

Cole Valley (1-2 overall) - Madi Holly 12 points, Kaila Sanders 3, Miriam Edes 2, Sarah McClure 2, Lindy Westendorf 2, Sierra Rice 24, Danika Langley 2. Rebound leader: Westendorf 10. Assist leader: Sanders 3.

RIMROCK 61, GARDEN VALLEY 25

Garden Valley 6 10 5 2-25

Rimrock 16 11 22 11-61

Garden Valley (0-1 overall) - Madrilley 5 points, Olivos 2, Fetters 6, Yearsley 3, Morgan 5, Burril 5. Rebound leader: Madrilley 5. Assist leader: two with 1.

Rimrock (1-0 overall) - Bonnie Standlee 2 points, Angeles Lino 4, Desi Meyers 1, Sami Bachman 17, Mickie Newman 2, Hailey Bowman 10, Kyla Jewett 20, Sakota Hall 5. Rebound leader: Newman 8. Assist leader: Meyers 3.

STATE SCORES

Castleford 45, Buhl 39

Filer 34, Wood River 22

Firth 59, Grace 42

Lapwai 52, Lakeland 28

Mackay 44, Butte County 25

Rockland 55, Calvary Chapel Christian 4

W. Jefferson 63, Challis 38

Lakeside Tournament

Prairie 65, Lakeside 45

Friday's late box

COMPASS HONORS 45, VICTORY CHARTER 32

Compass Hon. 16 6 15 8-45

Victory Chart. 4 19 5 4-32

Compass Honors (2-0 overall) - Alair Simmons 6 points, Janay Christensen 5, Maria Hernandez 5, Ashley Wayenberg 4, Sabrina Campbell 2, Melissa Rasmussen 12, Samantha Hernandez 9, Abbi Scott 2. Rebound leader: Rasmussen 11. Assist leader: Rasmussen 8.

Victory Charter - Tills 2 points, Reiber 12, Raptosh 10, Villa 8. Rebound and assist leaders not provided.

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