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For the week of November 13 - 19, 2002


Hockey team starts 3-0

Big wins in Boise

Opening its 30-game 2002-03 season with a bang, the Wood River High School boys’ ice hockey team swept three Boise-area opponents by scores of 6-4, 8-1 and 7-0 Friday and Saturday in Boise.

Wood River, coached by Cruger Thomas, outshot its three foes 95-27 and thoroughly dominated the play.

Friday, Wood River outshot Caldwell 33-16 and won 6-4 as Ryne Reynoso (5 goals and 3 assists weekend) scored a pair of goals. Zac Bloomfield, Sinjin Thomas and Taylor Rothgeb added singles. Hailey goalie Joey Bohl made 12 saves.

Saturday’s 8-1 victory over Boise High featured two goals apiece by Noah Lloyd (5-1 for 6 points) and Ryne Reynoso, and singles by Kellen Chatterton (1-4 for 5) and Tate Mills (1-2 for 3 weekend).

The final game at Boise Ice World was a chippy 7-0 Suns victory over Capital High School. Lloyd had the three-goal hat trick and Rothgeb (3-3 for 6) added two goals.

Wood River has five players from Salmon including Ryan Blackadar, but other locals on the 18-player roster are Matt Fairfax, Danny Gariepy, Jason Heiner, Max Kuross, Patrick Mullen and Tyson Reynoso.

Next action takes place over Thanksgiving weekend in Boise. Wood River and other teams are aiming for the state championship March 8 in Boise.



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