Friday, January 24, 2014

Carey starts fast, beats Mushers 63-47

Cutthroats play Wolves tough


    Sophomore Joe Parke had a big game with 23 points on 9-for-11 field goal shooting as the Carey High School boys’ var-sity basketball team subdued the Camas County Mushers 63-47 Tuesday night in Carey.
    Carey (7-6, 4-0 league) stayed unbeaten in Northside Confer-ence play by racing to a 21-5 first-quarter lead and playing evenly with the Mushers (3-9, 1-4) afterward. Parke (5 blocked shots, 4 steals) helped on de-fense with his long reach.
    Fueling the Carey offense and its 56% shooting from the field was junior guard Nate Adamson (14 points, 11 assists, 5 rebounds, 5 steals).
    Others were Matt Whit-worth (7 points, 3 rebounds, 2 steals), Luis Garcia (6 points, 3 boards, 2 steals), Toby Whit-worth (4 points), Collin Whitby (4 points, 3 rebounds), Derrick Baird (3 points), Corban John-son (2 boards, 2 assists) and Chris Peck (2 points, 2 steals).
    Junior Isaac Simon (18 points) and soph Erick Peter-son (15) led the Mushers, who also played well with 46% shooting from the field.
    At Castleford Tuesday, the Community School Cutthroats (3-6, 2-3) rallied from a 14-point fourth quarter deficit and drew within a single point before falling 63-59 to the Wolves (6-9, 3-3) and senior star Coy Surrett (30 points).
    Cutthroat senior Taylor Ad-ler (four 3-pointers) matched his season best with 23 points and soph Daniel DuFur tallied a season-high 19. Doug DuFur added 10, Keegan Whitelaw 4, Garrett Rawlings 2 and Reed Roudabush 1.
    The Cutthroats go to Twin Falls Christian Academy (10-1) today, Friday and host Mur-taugh (1-12, 0-4) Tuesday.




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