Friday, December 14, 2012

Wolverine girls find outside range at Kimberly

Fall 54-38 in non-league hoops

Trailing 31-18 at half, the Wood River High School girls’ basketball team led by the hot shooting of senior Hannah Belloli put together its biggest offensive quarter of the season Tuesday night at Kimberly.

Belloli (12 points, 3 rebounds, 2 steals) drilled four 3-pointers during Wood River’s 17-point third period cutting Kimberly’s 17-point lead to single digits at 42-35. But the Bulldogs (5-4) throttled the Wolverines in the fourth and swept the season series 54-38.

Wood River had scored only four 3-pointers, total, in its previous eight games. So Belloli’s accuracy helped the Wolverines (1-9, 0-4 league) put up their second-highest point total of the 2012-13 prep campaign.

Sydney Tidwell (17 points, 13 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 steal, 1 block) continued to lead Hailey. She is averaging 10.3 ppg.

Others helping the effort were Sammy Sutton (9 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 block), Ciceley Peavey (2 points, 2 steals), Kenya Schott (5 points including a 3-pointer, 1 assist, 1 steal), Haylee Pettit (2 points) and Kennedie Howard (2 boards).


Unbeaten TFCA downs Cutthroat girls

Undefeated Twin Falls Christian Academy got a big game from its best player, Hanna Glaze (19 points), in downing the Community School girls’ junior varsity (2-3) by a 41-25 score Tuesday night in Sun Valley.

The Cutthroats fell behind 14-2 after the first period and played catch-up for the rest of the contest. Senior standouts Ella Marks (11 points, 8 rebounds) and Taylor Figge (8 points, 11 boards) led the way for coach Erika Connelly’s Sun Valley girls.

Other contributors were Erin Hennessy (9 rebounds), Hope Perkins  (2 points, 2 boards) and Tara Smith (2 points, 2 rebounds). Marks drilled a 3-pointer for the home team. The Warriors recorded three 3-pointers.



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