Sho-Ban Chiefs senior players honored at Senior Night at the game against North Gem Tuesday, December 1.
By JOSEPH WADSWORTH
FORT HALL — The Sho-Ban Chiefs hosted their first home game of the season against the North Gem Cowboys from Bancroft on Tuesday, December 1 where the Chiefs lost 31 to North Gem’s 83.
Head coach Daren Merzlock said it was a great night for the seniors and that they wanted to honor them. The seniors recognized on the team are Jackson Amboh, Daniel Tarness, and Jason Navo. Merzlock said he’s proud of their leadership on the team it is a great opportunity for them to come out and lead the team.
Sho-Ban Chiefs Daniel Tarness dribbles against North Gem. Tarness was one of the
senior players honored.
When asked about the game, Coach Merzlock said, “We were a little shorthanded tonight but that’s one of those things you got to deal with when you’re struggling in a pandemic.”
He thanks all the fans for their support and they will keep working hard and to help the chiefs by cheering for them from home and to stay healthy and stay happy.
Chiefs scores J. Friday scored 10 points, E. Thomas 5 points, A. Honena 4 points, L. Bear 4 points, B. Brunette 3 points, D. Tarness 3 points and J. Amboh.
Sho-Ban Chiefs player A. Honena goes up in the air for two points.
At left: Hawthorne Middle School 7th grade Native players Miranda Rodriguez heads down court with the ball. At right: Tenaya Wadsworth with the ball at the Franklin game Tuesday, December 1.
POCATELLO — Hawthorne Middle School’s seventh grade girls’ basketball team lost to Franklin Middle School on Tuesday, December 1 18 to 27 at home.
Hawthorne Native players include Tenaya Wadsworth #50 and Miranda Rodriguez #21.
Upstairs Timbee Hall gym is open but must wear a mask. Limit ten people in the gym at a time.
Timbee Hall weight room
Weight room is open from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. Have to wear masks and sanitizing spray and wipes are available.