Women's All-Indian champions 2-N-Out.
By JOSEPH WADSWORTH
FORT HALL — 2-N-Out won the All-Indian Women’s basketball tourney while Yellowhorse won the All-Indian Men’s Six Foot and under tournament.
2-N-Out defeated Sharpshooters, Idaho. 79 to 48 in the championship game. Third place was Frybread Riot of Mont., while fourth place went to Flying Stars, Nev.
All Stars include Jewel LaVatta Flying Stars, AaLiyah of Frybread Riot, Roma Pokibro and Siona Astorga both from Sharpshooters, Amber Lynn Jones and Cerissa Honena of 2-N-Out. M.V.P. was Christen Lopez of 2-N-Out.
Top scores for the Women’s Championship game 2-N-Out - Christen with 29 points, Cerissa Honena 20 points, Gia 10 points. Amber, Sammie and Taitum each had 6 points and Kylie scored 4 points. Sharpshooters – Siona Astorga scored 18 points, Alicia Marin 10 points, Kia Pokibro 8 points, Linda Pokibro and Lucy Suppah each scored 4 points, Roma Pokibro and Susan Harris each had 2 points and Charice Edmo, Alex Burnett and Mile Johnson did not score.
Men's All-Indian 6 Foot & Under champions Yellowhorse.
Yellowhorse, Idaho won over last years defending champs Scrap Pack, S.D. 74 to 73. Third place was Top Rockets and fourth place was Four Winds.
All Stars include: Trevor Degarmo of Four Winds, Henry Crow of Top Rockets, Lars Backward and John of Scrap Pack. Tyson and Travis Martin of Yellowhorse. Most Valuable Player is Magic Smith of Yellowhorse.
Top scores for Yellowhorse – Magic Smith 17 points, Tyson 16 points, Aquino 14 points, Bobby Bear 11 points, Bert Honena and Travis Martin each had 6 points, Skyler Dixey 4 points, Vidal Lavatta and Pacer didn’t score.
Scrap Pack – Lars 32 points, Dan 18 points, Jon 11 points, Sam 6 points, Eric 4 points, Stan 2 points. Dusty, Farion and Patrick did not score.
Left: Women's Most Valuable Player Christen Lopez with Miss Shoshone-Bannock Jennie Whitehorse; at right: Men's Most Valuable Player Magic Smith with Miss Sho-Ban.
By JOSEPH WADSWORTH
POCATELLO — Monday, March 11, Pocatello High school was the site of Fifth District All Star Girl’s and Boy’s Basketball games.
Sho-Ban Lady Chiefs Rylee Appenay and Mary Benally were selected to play.
Appenay played for the North team, which defeated the South team 55 to 54.
Top scores for the All Star game - North Team - Reagan Yamauchi 16 points, Mia Harper 13 points, Chinma Njoku 10 points, Rylee Appenay 9 points, Kate White 4 points, Olivia Holt 2 points, Tearsy Freeman 1 point. Aysha Mack, Leilani Finlayson, Jocelyn Balls Abbie Tew and Jaycee Robinson didn’t score.
South Team – Destiny Harris 10 points, Bethany Dow 9 points, Makenna Baker 8 points, Bailey Farrer 7 points, Shawnee Simpson and Brinkley Boyer each scored 6 points. Britlynn Hubbard 5 points, Abigail Pearson 3 points. Mallori Vawdrey, Kimberly Hawes, Halli Hannah, Jessika Alder and Eryn Parrish did not score.
Rylee Appenay plays for the North All Stars team that defeated the South team.
2019 Fort Hall Dance Crew
Boxing Practice: 5 to 7 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays.
Hip Hop Dance recital is March 30 at Timbee Hall with further details forthcoming.
High school sign ups are now occurring in the Recreation office.
Final games for youth leagues are Monday and Tuesday. Peewees play Monday and Tuesday is midgets.
Eleven and under, along with 12 to 14 tournament is March 21 to 23. A total of 40 teams are entered. Deadline for Fort Hall Classic is March 27.
Timbee Hall hours
Timbee Hall is open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday. Sunday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Curfew for all children under the age of 14 is 8 p.m. For more information please call 208-478-3770, 3775 or 3776.