Varsity Extra Scoreboard: Sunday, Feb. 16

February 17, 2014 

GIRLS BASKETBALL

5A STATE TOURNAMENT

at the Ford Idaho Center, Nampa

THURSDAY

First round

Game 1: Coeur d’Alene (20-2) vs. Hillcrest (20-4), 1:15 p.m.

Game 2: Mountain View (17-5) vs. Capital (14-9), 3 p.m.

Game 3: Highland (18-3) vs. Rocky Mountain (22-1), 6:15 p.m.

Game 4: Boise (16-7) vs. Lewiston (20-3), 8 p.m.

4A STATE TOURNAMENT

at Mountain View High, Meridian

THURSDAY

First round

Game 1: Twin Falls (21-2) vs. Nampa (15-9), 1:15 p.m.

Game 2: Century (17-5) vs. Middleton (16-7), 3 p.m.

Game 3: Sandpoint (13-7) vs. Pocatello (13-10), 6:15 p.m.

Game 4: Skyview (22-1) vs. Burley (15-9), 8 p.m.

3A STATE TOURNAMENT

at Middleton High

THURSDAY

First round

Game 1: Sugar-Salem (22-1) vs. Filer (20-3), 1:15 p.m.

Game 2: Priest River (15-7) vs. Fruitland (14-8), 3 p.m.

Game 3: Snake River (13-9) vs. Timberlake (16-8), 6:15 p.m.

Game 4: Homedale (17-5) vs. Teton (11-12), 8 p.m.

2A STATE TOURNAMENT

at Kuna High

THURSDAY

First round

Game 1: Valley (19-5) vs. Cole Valley (13-10), 1:15 p.m.

Game 2: Soda Springs (17-6) vs. Ririe (20-4), 3 p.m.

Game 3: Firth (18-5) vs. New Plymouth (18-4), 6:15 p.m.

Game 4: Grangeville (18-4) vs. Melba (14-9), 8 p.m.

1A DIVISION I STATE TOURNAMENT

at Columbia High, Nampa

THURSDAY

First round

Game 1: Lapwai (19-3) vs. Challis (13-10), 1:15 p.m.

Game 2: Genesee (17-5) vs. Rimrock (20-3), 3 p.m.

Game 3: Hagerman (23-0) vs. Prairie (18-4), 6:15 p.m.

Game 4: Notus (13-10) vs. Grace (16-7), 8 p.m.

1A DIVISION II STATE TOURNAMENT

at Nampa High

THURSDAY

First round

Game 1: Rockland (20-2) vs. Kendrick (18-6), 1:15 p.m.

Game 2: Dietrich (16-5) vs. Council (18-5), 3 p.m.

Game 3: Nezperce (17-3) vs. Mackay (17-6), 6:15 p.m.

Game 4: Tri-Valley (18-2) vs. Lighthouse Christian (11-9), 8 p.m.

BOYS BASKETBALL

5A SIC FINAL STANDINGS

Conf. Overall

Capital 18-0 20-0

Boise 13-5 15-5

Rocky Mountain 13-5 15-5

Borah 12-6 14-6

Timberline 10-8 11-9

Mountain View 8-10 9-11

Centennial 7-11 8-12

Eagle 5-13 7-13

Meridian 3-15 3-17

Vallivue 1-17 3-17

5A DISTRICT THREE TOURNAMENT

TUESDAY

First round

at Meridian High

Game 1: Eagle (7-13) vs. Capital (20-0), 6 p.m.

Game 2: Timberline (11-9) vs. Borah (14-6), 7:30 p.m.

at Vallivue High

Game 3: Centennial (8-12) vs. Boise (15-5), 6 p.m.

Game 4: Mountain View (9-11) vs. Rocky Mountain (15-5), 7:30 p.m.

SATURDAY, FEB. 22

Elimination games

at Vallivue High

Game 5: Loser 1 vs. Loser 2, 6 p.m.

Game 6: Loser 3 vs. Loser 4, 7:30 p.m.

Semifinals

at Meridian High

Game 7: Winner 1 vs. Winner 2, 6 p.m. (winner to state)

Game 8: Winner 3 vs. Winner 4, 7:30 p.m. (winner to state)

TUESDAY, FEB. 25

Third- and fourth-place games

at Vallivue High

Game 9: Winner 5 vs. Loser 8, 6 p.m. (winner to state; loser eliminated)

Game 10: Winner 6 vs. Loser 7, 7:30 p.m. (winner to state; loser eliminated)

FRIDAY, FEB. 28

Championship

at Meridian High

Game 11: Winner 7 vs. Winner 8, 7 p.m. (both to state)

4A SIC STANDINGS

Conf. Overall

Nampa 14-1 16-3

Middleton 13-2 14-5

Bishop Kelly 11-4 13-6

Skyview 10-5 14-5

Kuna 7-8 8-11

Emmett 5-10 8-11

Columbia 4-11 5-14

Mountain Home 4-11 4-15

Caldwell 0-16 1-19

Tuesday’s games

Bishop Kelly at Columbia, 7:30 p.m.

Emmett at Mountain Home, 7:30 p.m.

Skyview at Kuna, 7:30 p.m.

Middleton at Nampa, 7:30 p.m.

End of regular season

WINTER SPORTS

DOTTY CLARK SKI RACES

LARGE SCHOOL DIVISION

1. Bishop Kelly 253; 2. Centennial 239; 3. Capital 109; 4. Middleton 107; 5. Kuna 94; 6. Boise 88; 7. Eagle 67; 8. Columbia 51; 9. Skyview 42; 10. Borah 38; 11. Nampa 31; 12. Rocky Mountain 23; 13. Timberline 15; 14. Mountain View 10; 14. Meridian 10.

Percentage Champion: Eagle 7.62 percent.

Individual Results

GIRLS

Skiing — Novice: 1. Naomi Ward, Eagle, 20.31; 2. Britni Olano, Bishop Kelly, 21.37; 3. Kinsley Bonfino, Bishop Kelly, 21.38. Intermediate: 1. Lindsey Payne, Eagle, 12.65; 2. Hannah Richards, Centennial, 13.07; 3. Kelsey Drayton, Bishop Kelly, 13.41. Expert: 1. Hailey Payne, Eagle, 24.44; 2. Ilona Kalbermatten, Boise, 25.43; 3. Sarah Combs, Columbia, 25.76.

Snowboard — Novice: 1. Jaden Hayes, Kuna, 23.06; 2. Savannah Temple, Bishop Kelly, 30.94; 3. Mellissa Allison, Middleton, 31.06. Intermediate: 1. Natasha Benedetti, Eagle, 21.84; 2. Paola Cabiede, Skyview, 21.94; 3. Lacey Scott, Middleton, 22.13. Expert: 1. MaKenna Berry, Capital, 25.32; 2. Patricia Stfenelli, Rocky Mountain, 25.38; 3. Andrea Bayles, Skyview, 26.12.

Freestyle Snowboard — Intermediate: 1. Andrea Bayles, Skyview, 7.00; 2. Amanda Wiemers, Centennial, 3.25; 3. Jessica Miller, Centennial, 2.50. Expert: 1. Summer Scott, Middleton, 3.50.

Freestyle Ski — Intermediate: 1. Camille Poynter, Centennial, 7.00; 1. Erica Thompson, Centennial, 7.00; 1. Holli Wilkinson, Centennial, 7.00.

BOYS

Skiing — Novice: 1. Tommy Hentges, Bishop Kelly, 18.88; 2. Dean Spencer, Middleton, 19.06; 3. Andrew Ware, Kuna, 19.58. Intermediate: 1. Ryan Miller, Bishop Kelly, 13.00; 2. Blake Nielson, Centennial, 13.37; 3. Austin Schaecher, Bishop Kelly, 13.38. Expert: 1. Garrett Lodge, Bishop Kelly, 20.78; 2. Mitchell Milburn, Bishop Kelly, 22.21; 3. Connor Sabin, Centennial, 23.56.

Snowboard — Novice: 1. James Winters, Capital, 19.53; 2. Kolby Hunt, Centennial, 20.97; 3. Jacob Stewart, Capital, 21.18. Intermediate: 1. Jace Weber, Middleton, 16.25; 2. Briston Lowell, Middleton, 17.66; 3. Brett Richter, Centennial, 18.10. Expert: 1. Sam Nichols, Borah, 23.19; 2. Nathan Wilson, Middleton, 23.25; 3. Andrew Jones, Capital, 23.32.

Freestyle Snowboard — Intermediate: 1. Garrett Turner, Columbia, 12.75; 2. Camdon Kay, Kuna, 11.00; 2. Braden Smith, Eagle, 11.00. Expert: 1. Lucas Fehringer, Bishop Kelly, 9.60; 2. Nick Gould, Kuna, 9.50; 3. Joe Dawson, Borah, 9.00.

Freestyle Ski — Intermediate: 1. Aaron Chafin, Columbia, 13.75; 2. Ryan Stancil, Bishop Kelly, 12.55; 3. Peter Schoenherr, Bishop Kelly, 11.45. Expert: 1. Parker Smith, Eagle, 11.50; 2. Charlie Dolar, Centennial, 10.50; 3. Matt Stancil, Bishop Kelly, 9.20.

SMALL SCHOOL DIVISION

Team results

1. Liberty 140; 2. Renaissance 78; 3. Cole Valley Christian 46; 4. Nampa Christian 43; 5. Idaho Arts 40; 6. North Star Charter 32; 7. Caldwell 30; 8. Vallivue 28; 9. Emmett 20; 10. Sage International 6; 11. Riverstone International 5; 12. Idaho Virtual Academy 4.

Percentage Champion: North Star Charter 9.3 percent.

Individual Results

GIRLS

Skiing — Novice: 1. Merle Linn, Idaho Arts, 27.28; 2. Marnie Peterson, Idaho Arts, 63.34. Intermediate: 1. Amy Wheeler, Liberty, 13.85; 2. Bailey Vitek, Liberty, 15.28; 3. Kirsten Norton, Sage International, 15.81. Expert: 1. Louise Picquet, Liberty, 28.34; 2. Jessi Ekmark, Nampa Christian, 28.84; 3. Mariah Reche, Cole Valley, 29.15.

Snowboard — Novice: 1. Aysia Kernin, North Star, 32.35; 2. Shelby Stevens, Liberty, 35.91. Intermediate: 1. Tyler Hall, Liberty, 20.56; 2. Skye Allen, Vallivue, 21.93; 3. Hayley Hilton, Caldwell, 24.32. Expert: 1. Ronja Traschler, Idaho Arts, 21.97; 2. Jessi Morris, Renaissance, 26.94; 3. Haley Yoder, Renaissance, 29.06.

Freestyle Snowboard — Intermediate: 1. Aysia Kernin, North Star, 3.50.

BOYS

Skiing — Novice: 1. Colson Richter, Cole Valley Christian, 20.12; 2. Jackson McKenzie, Liberty, 20.97; 3. Josh Clark, Cole Valley Christian, 21.80. Intermediate: 1. Jarod DeLay, Liberty, 14.06; 2. Andrew Seeley, Idaho Arts, 14.13; 3. Leland Maris, Nampa Christian, 14.16. Expert: 1. Scott Hartley, Liberty, 26.15; 2. Valentin Welz, Liberty, 27.44; 3. Andrew Gutierrez, Liberty, 27.60.

Snowboard — Novice: 1. Wayne Heaton, Liberty, 21.47; 2. Christian Sedrick, Liberty, 21.87; 3. Zayne Sedrick, Liberty, 23.15. Intermediate: 1. Joao Moreira, Renaissance, 18.19; 2. McKay Hilton, Caldwell, 20.65; 3. Marshall Wheeler, Liberty, 20.94. Expert: 1. Andrew Houchins, Nampa Christian, 23.54; 2. Michael Magee, Vallivue, 25.96; 3. James Pahl, Caldwell, 26.69.

Freestyle Snowboard — Intermediate: 1. Tanner Burlile, Emmett, 7.00; 2. James Pahl, Caldwell, 5.00.

Freestyle Ski — Intermediate: 1. Ryan Bovis, Renaissance, 9.10.

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