Lady Chief Harley Jackson goes for a layup against Leadore in the district playoff game
on February 11.
By JOSEPH WADSWORTH
AMMON — The Sho-Ban Lady Chiefs defeated the Leadore Lady Mustangs 71 to 55 on Tuesday, February 11 in game 9 of the 2020 Rocky Mountain Conference Girls Districts 5th, 6th playoffs at Hillcrest High School in Ammon.
Lady Chiefs Head Coach Justin Dance said it was nice to come back and see the ball go in the hoop, run through their defensive schemes to lock it down and also play what they needed to play move on to the next game.
Lady Chiefs next game is on Thursday, February 13, at Hillcrest High School 6 p.m. where they play Watersprings.
Lady Chief BJ Farmer gets a rebound.
Scores for Lady Chiefs Harley Jackson scored 38 points, Rose Evening 11 points, Nakai Appenay 8 points, Vivika Nappo 6 points, Tia Smith-Buckskin and Rylia Edmo scored 4 points each. Ava Zamora and BJ Farmer didn’t score.
Lady Mustangs Paige Ramsey had 23 points, Sadie Bird 11 points, Courtney Lovell 10 points, Mackenzie Mackay 7 points, Ady Matson and Jentry Bruce scored 2 points. Lena Beyeler did not score.
SBLC vs Rockland Lady Bulldogs
The Sho-Ban Lady Chiefs lost to the Rockland Lady Bulldogs 41 to 76 February 8 in the Rocky Mountain Conference 1ADII District playoffs at the Hillcrest High School in Ammon.
Nakai Appenay goes for a three point shot against Rockland.
Harley Jackson scored 21 points, Tia Smith-Buckskin 8 points, Nakai Appenay 6 points, Rylia Edmo 4 points, Vivika Nappo 2 points. Ava Zamora, Rose Evening, Angela Navarez, BJ Farmer didn’t score.
Rockland Lady Bulldogs Madalyn Permann scored 18 points, Kiersley Boyer 15 points, Evie Waite 13 points, Charlotte Wilson 12 points, Whitney Petersen and Ember Farr both scored 8 points each and Angie Lee 2 points. Hillary Hansen, Mitana Robinson, Libby Swan and Kamiah Garner did not score.
Men's 30+ open tournament champions Udda Brudda; Matt Stucki was MVP.
By DANA HERNANDEZ
FORT HALL — Fort Hall Recreation hosted their Men’s and Women’s 30 and Over Open Basketball Tournament on February 7 and 8.
There were 12 teams in the men’s division and six teams in the women’s division.
Championship games were on Saturday, February 8, with the men’s division team Udda Brudda winning against R.I.D., 68 to 53. Third place was Soda Smiles, and fourth place was Bad Boys. In the women’s division 2-N-Out won against Olivas, score was 41 to 31. Walk On’s took third place.
Women's 30+ open tournament champions 2-N-Out.
MVP was Matt Stucki from Udda Brudda and Michelle Wadsworth from 2-N-Out. All Stars for the men’s division: John Funnell from Soda Smiles, Travis Martin from R.I.D., Tucker from R.I.D., David Schrocher from Udda Brudda and Griff also from Udda Brudda.
All Stars in the women’s division: Sara Balderais from Walk On’s, Sweets Myore and Patty Victor both from Olivas 12, Taitum Degarmo from 2-N-Out and Terri McCormick also from 2-N-Out.
From left, Women’s All Star Terri McCormick, MVP Michelle Wadsworth from
2-N-Out and All Star Taitum Degarmo.
Lead scorer for Udda Brudda was Sammy with 26 points, next was David with 15 points Matt with 11 points, Griff with 10 points, Tag with 3 points, Rick had 2 points, and Kurt scoring 1 point. Jake, Mike, and Walker scored no points.
In the women’s division, lead scorer was Michelle with 11 points, Chelsea with 10 points, Terri with 10 points, Kolay with 6 points, Taitum with 2 points, Samantha with 1 point, and Vodne scoring 1 point. Sissy and Lynette did not score.
Sho-Ban Jr. High Chief Teland Brunette shoots against Grace Lutheran February 6.
By DANA HERNANDEZ
FORT HALL — The Sho-Ban Jr. High Chiefs won against the Grace Lutheran Royals at home 33 to 17 on Thursday, February 6.
Osei Burns with the ball.
Teland Brunette led the Chiefs with 15 points, Braden Brunette was next with 9 points, and Osei Burns with 7 points. Cordell Wahtomy, Karson Farmer, and Ace Mendez did not score.
Karson Farner on offense.
The Fort Hall Men’s Golf Association meeting is Wednesday, February 19 at noon at Timbee Hall. The upcoming golf season will be discussed and format for the Festival Golf Tournament. Pizza will be provided.
February is the final month for beginner’s downhill skiing at Pebble Creek.
February is the last month for Family Fun Night skating for Shoshone-Bannock tribal members on Friday and Saturday during open hours at Deleta Skating Rink in Pocatello. Must pay $1 and no drop offs.
More boxers are needed for boxing for those 8 to 45 years old. Show up in the boxing room from 5 to 7 p.m. Monday through Thursday.
Youth leagues on break
Youth leagues will continue February 15.
Timbee Hall hours
Timbee Hall is open from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Thursday. Friday 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday is open gym from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. No reserving the gym so everyone must share. For more information please call 208-478-3770, 3775 or 3776.