Friday, March 9, 2007

Post-season awards given for prep hoops

All-Northside, All-Star games


Cody Baird Photo by Mountain Express

The 1A Northside Conference has announced its 2007 All-League boys' basketball team following completion of the State 1A tournament.

Honored were five Blaine County players, three from Carey High School (22-6) and two from The Community School of Sun Valley (8-12), among 10 on the first and second All-Northside squads.

First team—Allen Peck and Brad Hunt, Carey seniors; Mac Whittington, Community School junior; top vote-getter Shayne Buckner and Braiden Buckner, senior and junior from Northside tournament champion Richfield (20-7).

Second team—D.J. Simpson, Carey junior; Spencer Harris, Community School junior; Eli Gough, Bliss senior; Anthony Pitman, Dietrich junior; and Trevor Dalin, Camas County senior.

Honorable mention—Cody Baird, Carey senior; Christian Cairncross, Community School senior; Richfield sophomores Tel Clark and Brody Norman and freshman teammate Michael Lezamiz; Chase Lee, Camas County senior; Jackson Hill and Dakota Norman, Dietrich seniors; Michael Faulkner, Bliss senior; and Logan Sant, Shoshone senior.

"Coach of the Year" was Bruce Clark of third-place Northside finisher Bliss (13-10).

Senior All-Star games

Carey's Peck is a member of the East boys' squad for the Fourth District All-Star basketball games scheduled for Monday, March 12, starting at 6 p.m. (girls) and continuing at 7:30 p.m. (boys) at Twin Falls High School gym. Senior Allison Shaffer of Carey is on the West girls' All-Star team.

Hailey's Wood River High School also has three players in Monday's games—seniors Danny Sibrian and Cory Rutkowski for the East boys coached by Burley's Jack Bagley, and senior Kristen Miniard for East Girls coached by Gordon Kerbs, Burley.




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