Friday, December 7, 2012

WRHS girls host Riverhawks tonight

Girls’ hoops in Hailey

Senior Hannah Belloli dribbles up the floor and looks for points during a Wood River home game earlier this season. Photo by David N. Seelig

Sophomore point guard Ciceley Peavey scored a season-best 12 points including a 3-pointer, but otherwise the Wood River High School girls’ basketball team had a long night Wednesday at Twin Falls.

Twin Falls (3-3, 2-0 league) stayed tied atop the Great Basin Conference standings with a 62-21 league win over the visiting Wood River Wolverines (1-6, 0-3) on the Bruins floor.

The Bruins made 26 field goals to Wood River’s five. The Wolverines were successful at the free throw line, a season-best 10-for-15. Scoring two points each for the Hailey girls were Hannah Belloli, Samantha Sutton, Haylee Pettit and Giselle Andrade. Sydney Tidwell made a free throw.

Former Wood River player Trudy Weaver, now the head coach at Canyon Ridge in Twin Falls, will bring her Riverhawks into Hailey today, Friday for a GBC contest starting at 7:30 p.m. Canyon Ridge (2-5, 0-2) lost at Burley (6-2, 2-0) by a 53-26 score on Wednesday.

Tuesday, Wood River travels to Kimberly for a rematch (3-3) of its season-opening game.

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