Varsity Extra Scoreboard: Wednesday, March 12

March 13, 2014 

GIRLS BASKETBALL

TEAM ROY 58, TEAM BRO 42

Team Roy - Noelle Aragon, RM, 5 points; Madi Kelly, RM, 15; Megan Hochstein, RM, 12; Kilee Jafek, RM, 2; Janie Thompson, Eagle, 7; Nicole Winter, Meridian, 3; Emiley Schoover, Borah, 0; Kayla Haley, Borah, 8; Josie Hardy, MV, 6

Team Bro - Katie Atkinson, Centennial, 2 points; Latasha Griggs, Centennial, 7; Delaney Sauer, Capital, 2; Khadija Neumeyer, Capital, 9; Tara Hall, Timberline, 9; Malika Kasumu, Timberline, 8; Kylie Murphy, Vallivue, 5.

BOYS BASKETBALL

TEAM RUSH 120, TEAM ULRICKSON 111

Team Rush - Hunter Young, Capital, 10 points ; Nich Dow, Capital, 10; Blake Dittman, Capital, 9 ; E.J. Boyce, RM, 14; Kekoa Nawahine, RM, 10; John Sherle, RM, 10; Brandon Navarro, Vallivue, 15 ; Ryan Ball, MV, 20; Kody Olson, MV, 8; Jacob Talbot, Eagle, 14.

Team Ulrickson - Alex Rant, Boise, 6 points; Sam Simpson, Boise, 18; Nick Reed, Borah, 11; Isaiah Wright, Borah, 6; Kai Corpus, Borah, 4; Hunter Dennis, Centennial, 14; Austin DeSaulniers, Centennial, 18 ; Andy Briggs, Timberline, 22; Corey Krueger, Timberline, 12.

CONTEST WINNERS

3-point - Delaney Sauer, Capital (girls); E.J. Boyce, Rocky Mountain (boys)

Slam Dunk - Hunter Young, Capital

BASEBALL

MERIDIAN 7, BOISE 3

Boise 002 100 0-3 8 2

Meridian 200 023 x-7 8 3

Dale, Willison (4) and Bieter Lete. Winkler, Pena (5) and Kreft. SO:BB - Dale 2-2, Willison 1-1, Winkler 2-1, Pena 2-0. WP - Pena. LP - Willison. Hits - Boise: Broderick 2-4, Gustavson 2-3, Oths 1-3, Bieter Lete 1-3, Atkinson 1-2, Dale 1-3. Meridian: Toney 1-4, Yrazabel 1-3, Redford 2-4, Harris 2-3, Jones 1-2, Cooper 1-2. 2B - Bieter Lete, Atkinson, Cooper. RBI - Gustavson, Bieter Lete, Toney 2, Yrazabel, Harris 4

EMMETT 4, NAMPA 0

Emmett 021 010 0-4 8 0

Nampa 000 000 0-0 2 1

Brinkerhoff, Falk (6). Hammudeh, Pina (4), Levi (6) and Torres-Moore. SO-BB - Rinkerhoff 3-3, Falk 0-0, Hammudeh 5-3, Pina 2-1, Levi 0-0. WP - Brinkerhoff (1-0). LP - Hammudeh (0-1). Hits - Emmett: Hyde 3-3, Hundley 1-4, Hedges 2-3, Brinkerhoff 1-3, Smith 1-3. Nampa: Pina 1-2, Hill 1-2. 2B - Pina.RBI - Hedges 3, Gregory.

EAGLE 4, CAPITAL 3

Capital 003 000 0-3 4 0

Eagle 001 012 x-4 11 1

Pearson, Hodges (6) and Poulson. Pape, Stockwell (5), Williams (7) and Speegle. SO-BB - Pearson 3-2, Hodges 0-0, Pape 4-2, Stockwell 0-1, Williams 0-1. WP - Stockwell (1-0). LP - Hodges (0-1). Hits - Capital: Peterson 1-3, Foley 1-2, Pearson 1-3, Hollow 1-3. Eagle: Williams 3-3, Kole Lane 1-3, Jackson 1-2, Speegle 1-3, Stockwell 1-2, Ginner 1-2, Stidham 1-3, Aden 1-3, Wach 1-1. 2B - Foley, Pearson, Williams, Speegle. 3B - Williams. RBI - Peterson, Foley 2, Williams, Kole Lane, Stidham 2.

VALLIVUE 10, MOUNTAIN VIEW 8

Vallivue 400 103 2-10 11 1

Mtn. View 023 300 0-8 10 4

Martin, Longoria (5) and Bowman. Clark, Reilly (5), Burnham (6) and Francis. SO-BB - Martin 3-1, Longoria 2-1, Clark 4-5, Reilly 2-0, Burnham 2-0. WP - Longoria (1-0). LP - Reilly (0-1). Hits - Vallivue: Loveland 2-4, Laird 2-5, Hibbs 3-5, Sutton 3-4, Lehman 1-4. Mountain View: Reilly 2-4, Trube 1-3, Odneal 2-4, Flesher 1-4, Francis 1-4, Lamb 1-4, Garvin 1-4, Clark 1-1. 2B - Laird, Hibbs, Reilly, Odneal, Flesher. 3B - Trube, Francis. RBI - Vogt 2, Loveland, Laird 2, Sutton; Reilly 3, Odneal 2, Lamb, Garvin 2.

CENTENNIAL 7, BORAH 2

Borah 000 000 2-2 5 0

Centennial 020 023 0-7 11 0

Skinner (4), Sullivan (1), McClusky (1) and Keefe. Blasf (6), Spraker (1) WP - Blasf (1-0). LP - Skinner (1-0). SO:BB - Skinner 2-2, Sullivan 0-2, McClusky 0-1, Blasf 6-4, Spraker 1-0. Hits - Borah: Wooley 1-3, Layman 1-3, Wood 2-3, Keefe 1-2. Centennial: Murkle 1-3, Smith 2-2, Dewey 1-3, Anderson 3-3, Metz 1-4. HR - Dewey. RBI - Wooley, Keefe, Smith, Dewey 2, Anderson 3.

ROCKY MTN. 6, TIMBERLINE 3

Rocky Mount 000 311 0-6 8 3

Timberline 000 300 0-3 6 4

Roll, Parrish (5) and Strickler. Holcolm, Fasth (6), Ulrickson (7), Lucas (7) and Roper. SO:BB - Roll 0-2, Parrish 0-0, Holcolm 4-1, Fasth 2-1, Ulrickson 0-2, Lucas 1-1. WP - Parrish (1-0) LP - Fasth (0-1) Hits -Rocky Mountain: Strickler 2-4, Cluff 2-4, Thoren 1-4, Walker 3-3. Timberline: Roper 1-3, Stefanic 1-4, Kim 1-3, Taylor 1-3, Wagner 1-3, Amundson 1-3. 2B: Walker, Amundson. RBI -Strickler, Thoren, Corpus, Walker. Taylor, Amundson 2.

BISHOP KELLY 5, KUNA 1

Bishop Kelly 101 010 1-5 8 0

Kuna 100 000 0-1 7 3

Oldenberg, Degen (5) and Campenella, Howie (4). Garcilazo, Peltzer (4), Coburn (7) and Lawrence. SO-BB - Oldenberg 9-0, Degen 2-0, Garcilazo 1-4, Peltzer 1-0, Coburn 0-0. WP - Oldenberg (1-0). LP - Garcilazo (0-1). Hits - BK: Degen 3-4, Ogata 2-4, Lawrence 2-2, Milburn 1-1. Kuna: Wasden 2-3, McLean 1-4, Lawrence 2-3, Cavanaugh 1-3, Allen 1-1. 2B - Degen 2, Ogata, McLean, Allen. HR - Degen. RBI - Degen, Lawrence 3; McLean.

SKYVIEW 6, COLUMBIA 4

Columbia 001 110 1-4 4 1

Skyview 301 101 x-6 6 3

Mikinley (5), Penrod (1) and Packard. Diehm (4), Hensley (3) and Babneau. SO:BB - Mckinley 6-5, Penrod 1-0, Diehm 9-5, Hensley 2-2. WP - Diehm (1-0). LP - Mckinley (0-1). Hits - Columbia: Mansfiel 1-3, Brown 1-3, Presher 2-3. Skyview: Babneau 1-2, Rinsink 1-3, Hensley 1-2, Riniker 1-1, Marin 2-3. 2B - Brown, Marin. RBI - Presher 2, Barraco, Vickers, Babneau 2, Diehm, Marin.

GIRLS LACROSSE

BOISE 11, CENTENNIAL 3

Centennial - Camille Poynter 2 goals; Nicole Criner 1 goal. Goalkeeper: Emily Alexander.

Boise - Megan Lee 5 goals; Tristan Harris 2 goals; Tess Goodwin 2 goals; Mirand Potter 1 goal; Molly Rya 1 goal. Goalkeeper: Emily Swank.

ROCKY MOUNTAIN 20, TIMBERLINE 1

Rocky Mountain - McKenzie Knudsen 3 goals; Grace Taylor 3 goals; Samantha Farrell 3 goals; Kiley Baber 2 goals; Marli Reed 2 goals; Rylee Jensen 1 goal; Hattie Rohrback 1 goal, Amber Wong 1 goal; Megan Barfuss 1 goal; Anna Garro 1 goal; Zoe Doman 1 goal; Claudia Kolleman 1 goal. Goalkeeper: Madison Draper.

Timberline - Alex Ryan 1 goal. Goalkeepers: Olivia Robinson, Paige Aitchison.

MOUNTAIN VIEW 19, BORAH 2

Mountain View - Tailor Kirkman 5 goals; Emi Hanson 5 goals; Rachel Arambura 3 goals; Micaela Connella 3 goals; Stacia Bates 1 goal; T'Kayah Bell 1 goal; Stephanie Muir 1 goal. Goalkeeper: Cierra Klonowski.

Borah - Maggie Gilson 2 goals; Christa White 1 goal. Goalkeeper: Nickee Brumbaugh.

EAGLE 20, BISHOP KELLY 13

Stats not provided.

TENNIS

COLUMBIA VS. EMMETT

Boys: Columbia 4, Emmett 3

Singles - Carson Canaday, Emmett, def. Trevor David 6-2 6-0; Mike Siben, Emmett, def. Clayton Kreps 6-2 6-3. Doubles - Garrett Olsen and Bryson Nguyen, Columbia, def. Ian Roehr and Chaney Webb 6-1 6-0; Tanner Bosen and Hyrum Preece, Columbia, def. Angus Roeper and Payden Bailey 6-1 6-1.

Girls: Columbia 4, Emmett 3

Singles - Bre Lambson, Columbia, def. Noelle King 4-6 6-3 6-2; Lucy Mumford, Emmett, def. Katie McKenzie 6-3 6-2; Keona Borge, Emmett, def. Erin Likins. Doubles - Cammi Barthlome and Kendra Law, Columbia, def. Val Diaz and Amanda Elliot 6-4 7-6; Victoria King and Lily King, Emmett, won by forfeiture.

Mixed

Doubles - Kiana Zamudio-Eric Mitchell, Columbia, def. Sarah Isaacson-Tony Mendiola 6-0, 6-0; Lysandra Zamudio-Bradley Mitchell, Columbia def. Devan Holford-Abby Newell 6-0, 6-0.

GIRLS GOLF

AT LAKEVIEW G.C.

Vallivue (185) - Gabby Barker 37 (medalist), Derrick Oliver 49, Tori Morrison 49, Sabrina Capell 50. Mountain View (196) - Annika Thomas 49, Lauren Cordova 51, Amalia Negrette 52, Megan Lawton 44. Capital (234) - Mckae Winegar 45, Emily Alberda 53, London Wray 58, Cassie Marvin 78. Meridian - Kaitlyn Fleming 47, Suzannah Hudson 56, Katie Tolman 58.

THURSDAY'S SCHEDULE

Baseball: Meridian at Boise, 5 p.m.; Centennial at Borah, 5 p.m.; Eagle at Capital, 5 p.m.; Mountain View at Vallivue, 5 p.m.; Mountain Home at Caldwell, 5 p.m.; Nampa Christian at Fruitland, 5 p.m.

Softball: Boise at Meridian, 5 p.m.; Borah at Centennial, 5 p.m.; Capital at Eagle, 5 p.m.; Vallivue at Mountain View, 5 p.m.; Horseshoe Bend at Nampa Christian, 5 p.m.

Track and Field: Middleton, Caldwell at Columbia, 4 p.m.; Emmett, Kuna at Nampa, 4 p.m.

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