Girls bball roundup: Bees down ‘Cats, move to 16-1

At Bonneville, the Bonneville High School girls basketball team held Madison to single-digit scoring in each of the first two quarters en route to a 62-37 win to move to 5-0 in 5A District 5-6 play.

Bonneville coach Amy Wood said the Bees adjusted well to Madison’s strong defense early in the game, and were wary of the Bobcats after their win over Highland and close game with Century.

“We did not overlook them,” Wood said. “We knew that we had to play a good game tonight in order to get the win. They executed really well from the things I told them.”

Hannah Wilson had 14 points and Bethany Dow added 11 for Madison (8-10, 2-4), which plays Tuesday at Upper Valley rival Rigby.

Sadie Lott had 14 points while Kalli Harris and Cortney McDonald had 10 each for Bonneville (16-1), which hosts Highland on Tuesday.

BONNEVILLE 62, MADISON 37

Madison 5 4 11 17—37

Bonneville 10 13 18 21—62

MADISON (37)—Kayeli Wasden 3, Brielle Hammond 3, Hannah Wilson 14, Savanah Dick 2, Mykilee Duffin 4, Bethany Dow 11. FG: 14. FT: 9-16. 3-pointers: 1 (Wasden). Total fouls: 16. Fouled out: Dick.

BONNEVILLE (62)—Sade Williams 3, Sadie Lott 14, Kalli Harris 10, Makayla Sorensen 4, Brooklyn Cunningham 9, Maunayia Harrigfeld 6, Paige Nelson 6, Cortney McDonald 10. FG: 21. FT: 15-35. 3-pointers: 5 (Lott 2, Harris 1, Nelson 2). Total fouls: 18. Fouled out: none.

RIGBY 45, HILLCREST 40: At Hillcrest, the Trojans outscored the Knights 29-23 in the second half to pull out a win on the road.

Summer DaBell had 10 points for Rigby, including three 3-pointers. Hillcrest was led by Maycee Stenquist, who had 20 points and the Knights’ only 3-pointer on the night.

“We played tough,” Hillcrest coach Alan Sargent said. “It came down to the wire.”

Jet Taylor had eight points for Rigby (12-5, 3-2), which hosts Upper Valley rival Madison on Tuesday. Sierra John added nine for Hillcrest (4-13, 0-5), which will host District 93 rival Bonneville on Thursday.

RIGBY 45, HILLCREST 40

Rigby 7 9 12 17 — 45

Hillcrest 10 7 7 16 — 40

RIGBY (47) — Summer DaBell 10, Kenadee French 6, Tylie Jones 9, Emma Shippen 3, Alexis Martinez 1, Jet Taylor 8, Mateya Mobley 6. FG: 13. FT: 14-27. 3-pointers: 5 (DaBell 3, French 2). Total fouls: 15. Fouled out: none.

HILLCREST (40) — HILLCREST (20) – Maycee Steinquist 20, Annika Baldwin 4, Sierra John 9, Hallie Tueller 4, Macy Speirs 1, Livia Wood 2. FG: 15. FT: 9-13. 3-pointers: 1 (Stenquist). Total fouls: 22. Fouled out: none.

CENTURY 53, IDAHO FALLS 21: At Pocatello, Century downed Idaho Falls in a conference game.

The Diamondbacks led 30-15 at halftime and held the Tigers to six second half points.

Olivia Hillam had eight points to lead Idaho Falls (0-16, 0-7), which hosts Blackfoot on Tuesday.

CENTURY 53, IDAHO FALLS 21

Idaho Falls 7 8 5 1 — 21

Century 14 16 15 8 — 53

IDAHO FALLS (21) — Emma Williams 2, Burton 3, Olivia Hillam 8, Burton 4, Cassidy Sanders 1, Kaitlin Moss 3.

CENTURY (53) — Holt 3, Adamson 10, Njoku 9, Fackrell 6, Christensen 16, Bull 9.

PRESTON 64, SKYLINE 55: At Preston, Skyline fell to the Indians in a conference game.

The Indians led 38-28 at halftime and got a game-high 31 points from Harley Carlisle, who shot of 8-of-12 from the field and had 12 rebounds.

No individual Skyline statistics were available at press time.

Skyline (3-14, 1-6) hosts Century on Tuesday.

PRESTON 64, SKYLINE 55

Skyline 15 13 12 15 — 55

Preston 21 17 16 10 — 64

Preston — Alder 2, Wood 4, Harley Carlisle 31, Selley 3, Hobbs 9, Lindhardt 2, Priestley 11, Kunz 2.

SOUTH FREMONT 45, SHELLEY 38 (OT): At St. Anthony, South Fremont outlasted Shelley in overtime for its first conference win.

Aside from the first basket of the game, South Fremont had the lead until the final 40 seconds. The Cougars prompted overtime, by which time Shelley’s Jazmin Romero and South Fremont’s Olivia LeCheminant and Paizlee Hobbs had fouled out. The game was decided by free throws, as South Fremont made one field goal in overtime and Shelley made none. The teams made a combined 62 trips to the foul line in the game, and five players fouled out.

“We were playing with our reserves in overtime and it just came down to making free throws,” South Fremont coach Ryan Erikson said. “Both teams just couldn’t make a basket.”

Romero had 15 points while Ashleigh Ball added nine for Shelley (7-8, 1-1), which plays Thursday at Sugar-Salem.

LeCheminant and Brinlie Rowbury had eight points each for South Fremont (9-8, 1-1), which hosts Teton on Thursday.

SOUTH FREMONT 45, SHELLEY 38 (OT)

Shelley 5 6 12 13 2—38

South Fremont 5 15 8 8 9—45

SHELLEY (38)—Ashleigh Ball 9, Avery Downs 3, Abbey Crandall 4, Sydney Leal 5, Jazmin Romero 15, Hobbs 2. FG: 13. FT: 13-30. 3-pointers: 0. Total fouls: 26. Fouled out: Jazmin Romero, Crandall.

SOUTH FREMONT (45)—Kenzie Parker 5, Carly Hikida 6, Brinlie Rowbury 8, Malorie Johnson 7, Paizlee Hobbs 5, Harlee Speth 6, Olivia LeCheminant 8. FG: 11. FT: 19-32. 3-pointers: 4 (Parker 1, Hikida 1, Rowbury 1, Johnson 1). Total fouls: 23. Fouled out: Hobbs, Speth, LeCheminant.

NORTH FREMONT 47, WEST JEFFERSON 45: At Ashton, North Fremont outlasted West Jefferson for a big conference win.

The Huskies trailed 11-1 in the first quarter and gradually chipped away, narrowing the deficit to seven at halftime. They exploded for 20 points in the fourth quarter, taking the lead with two minutes left off an Alexa Nedrow 3-pointer. An offensive rebound by Maddie Miller resulted in two free throws to put North Fremont up 46-43. West Jefferson cut the deficit to one in the final seconds, but North Fremont went 1-of-2 at the line for the final points of the game as a long 3 by West Jefferson’s Morgan Laird did not go in.

“In the fourth quarter, we put a little pressure on them out front,” North Fremont coach Ben Lenz said. “We got some breakaways and some transition points that sped the game up.”

West Jefferson’s Jordi Holdaway, whom Lenz described as an Energizer bunny, scored a game high 20 points while Laird added eight for the Panthers (14-3, 2-3), who host Malad on Tuesday.

Renee Fabanich had 19 points to lead North Fremont (11-7, 2-3), which hosts Ririe on Thursday.

NORTH FREMONT 47, WEST JEFFERSON 45

West Jefferson 15 10 9 11 — 45

North Fremont 8 10 9 20 — 47

WEST JEFFERSON (45) — Morgan Laird 8, Allison Severe 7, Jalette Peterson 3, Jordi Holdaway 20, Saige Kirkpatrick 3, Taneal Wright 4. FG: 21. FT: 7-10. 3-pointers: 4 (Laird 2, Severe 1, Peterson 1). Total fouls: 24. Fouled out: none.

NORTH FREMONT (45) — Ellie Miller 6, Baily Jones 5, Alexa Nedrow 7, Kelby Dye 7, Renee Fabanich 19, Maddie Miller 3. FG: 15. FT: 18-29. 3-pointers: 1 (Nedrow). Total fouls: 19. Fouled out: none.

BUTTE COUNTY 80, CLARK COUNTY 29: At Clark, the Pirates remain undefeated in district play after Tausha Cummins scored 19 points on her 18th birthday.

Shay Lambson added 19 points in the win, as Butte lead Clark 53-9 at haltime.

“It was a fun win,” Butte County coach Carla Hansen said. “Everybody was moving the ball around and almost everybody got on the board so thats always a good feeling.”

It was the second time Butte has beaten Clark this season.

Butte County (13-3, 11-0) will play Tuesday at Watersprings.

BUTTE COUNTY 80, CLARK COUNTY 29

Butte County 28 25 18 9 — 80

Clark County 4 5 13 7 — 29

BUTTE COUNTY (80) — Meg Buxton 3, Conlin Coburn 10, Belle Beard 4, Tausha Cummins 19, Sherawn Brownlee 7, Shay Lambson 19, Kelsey Isham 8, Noa Browne 2, Kinsey Isham 8. FG: 26. 3-pointers: 5 (Coburn 2, Cummins, Brownlee, Lambson). FT: 13-14. Total fouls: 13. Fouled out: none.

CLARK COUNTY (29) — Grover 14, Yessica Ruiz 3, Yesina Espinoza 2, Hernandez 10. FG: 8. 3-pointers: 4 (Grover 4). FT: 1-9. Total fouls: 11. Fouled out: none.

MACKAY 56, NORTH GEM 49: At Mackay, the Miners leaned on a double-double from Riley Morre to beat the Cowboys and earn their fifth conference win on the season.

Moore finished with 20 points and 19 rebounds, as the Miners held the Cowboys to just seven points in the third quarter.

Remi Wojchiechoeski had 16 points and Marissa Nelson had 14.

“This was a great win for us,” Mackay coach Kashia Hale said.

Mackay (8-8, 5-4 1A, DII District 6) will play Tuesday at Sho-Ban.

MACKAY 56, NORTH GEM 49

North Gem 11 15 7 16 — 49

Mackay 13 10 14 19 — 56

NORTH GEM (49) — Christensen 13, Davis 1, Devine 5, K. Neese 2, VanPelt 2, Courts 10, Labourshe 3. K. Simmons 16. FG: 20. 3-poiinters: 4 (Christensen 3, Simmons). FT: 5-16. Fouls: 19. Fouled out: none.

MACKAY (56) — Marissa Nelson 14, Remi Wojciechowski 16, Riley Moore 20, Ileaha Begay 2, Alana Christensen 4. FG: 20. 3-pointers: 2 (Wojciechowski). FT: 14-36. Fouls: 16. Fouled out: none.

SUGAR-SALEM 72, TETON 33: At Teton, Sugar-Salem used a 29-2 third quarter to down the Redskins on the road.

Up only two at halftime, the Diggers held the Redskins to just two points in the third to win their 12th consecutive game. Teton coach Shon Kunz said the Diggers’ transition game was the difference maker.

“They’re big, strong and quick and we’re young,” Kunz said.

Sugar-Salem had four scorers in double-digit scoring (Kayla Luke, Savannah Crane, Macie Knapp and Madi Fillmore).

Teton was led by Waklee Kunz’s 13 points.

Teton (2-11, 0-2 3A District 6) will play tonight at Jackson Hole. Sugar-Salem (15-2, 2-0 3A Disrict 6) will play Shelley on Thursday.

SUGAR-SALEM 72, TETON 33

Sugar-Salem 20 9 29 14 — 72

Teton 6 19 2 6 — 33

SUGAR-SALEM (72) — Matilyn Sellers 3, Savanah Crane 10, Kayla Luke 12, Macie Knapp 12, Sarah Maughan 2, Madi Fillmore 10, Lindsey Larson 1, Mariah Dunn 9, Sydney Bradshaw 6. FG: 28. 3-pointers: 1 ( K. Luke). FT: 15-24. Total fouls: 11. Fouled out: none.

TETON (33) — Aspen Lasson 2, Halle Lasson 2, Waklee Kunz 13, Brooke Kaufman 3, Abby Thomas 2, Annalea Brown 7, Samantha Kay 4. FG: 12. 3-pointers: 5 (Kunz 3, Kaufman, Brown). FT: 4-10. Total fouls: 19. Fouled out: none.

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