Jivaro moves closer
to cage title
Alpine Masonry advances, too
High-scoring Jivaro (Division 1) and
Cinderella squad Alpine Masonry (Division 2) have moved into the championship
games of 2003 Sutton & Sons Men’s Basketball League’s city tournament.
#2-seeded Jivaro (13-1), averaging 84.1
ppg, unleashed its artillery and used its depth Sunday to dismantle #1 Croy St.
Exchange (11-2) by a score of 80-69 at Wood River Middle School gym.
Dom Conti (17 points) led six Jivaro
scorers in double figures on the Hailey floor. Austin Tyler added 14 points,
Matt Brinker 14, Matt Palmer 11, Mike Payne 11 and Dan Willett 10 for Jivaro
(91.3 ppg tourney).
For Croy St., Fernando Murga finished with
17 points including five 3-pointers in the second half. Tim Richards chipped in
with 17 points for Croy St., which lost leading scorer Evan Lillevand (10
points) to a muscle pull early in the contest.
Meanwhile, #12 Alpine Masonry (2-11) took
charge of the Division 2 tourney with a 49-39 win over #8 Power Engineers (6-8).
Kyle Broadie (17 points) led the way for Alpine.
Now that half the competing teams have
been ousted, here’s where the six-team divisional tournaments stand in the final
days of the season:
Croy St. Exchange tries to stay alive tonight, Wednesday, March 12 at 7:15 p.m.
playing the winner of Tuesday’s elimination contest between Sutton & Sons and
Jivaro awaits the winner of tonight’s game in the Division 1 championship
Sunday, March 16 at 12 noon.
Power Engineers fights for survival tonight, Wednesday, March 12 at 8:30 p.m.
playing the winner of Tuesday’s elimination contest between Uptown Mini-Mart and
SV Elkhorn Realty/SV Juice.
Alpine Masonry awaits the winner of tonight’s game in the Division 2 title
game Sunday, March 16 at 1:30 p.m.
In other tourney results:
Dom Conti pumped in 33 points leading Jivaro past #4 Sawtooth Paint/Soundwave
(10-3) by a score of 79-63. David Morgan (18) and Sean Johnson (14) topped
Ross Sutton’s 12 points paced #3 Sutton & Sons (10-3) past #5 Gregg’s
Electric (7-7) by a score of 59-54. Buddy Peterson and Greg Edwards tallied 11
points apiece for Gregg’s.
And Gregg’s Electric was a 66-54 winner over #6 ViewPoint (6-7). Buddy
Peterson had 14 points and Keaton Sturges 12 for Gregg’s.
Kier Carney scored 19 points leading Power Engineers’ 52-49 squeaker over #9
Uptown Mini Mart (5-8). Brian McCracken drilled 14 points for Mini Mart.
#10 SV Elkhorn Realty/SV Juice (4-10) won twice—63-60 over Atkinsons’ (4-9)
with Jim Carkonen scoring 18 points and Jer 19, and 57-39 over #11 Wicked Spud
(2-11) as Ross had 21 and Carkonen 14 for SV Juice. Jeremy Wallace had 21 for