Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Jivaro, Sturges headed for Thursday clash

In Outlaw League


Jivaro Headhunters and Sturges Productions/Sawtooth Brewery are headed for another showdown in the Blaine County Recreation District’s Men’s Basketball League.

Defending tournament champion and No. 1 seed Jivaro (13-1) and No. 2-seeded Sturges Productions (11-3) won their quarter-final games Sunday at Hailey’s Community Campus gym and advanced into the semi-final game of the 10-team tournament. That game is scheduled for Thursday, March 14 at 7:30 p.m. on the Hailey hardwoods.

The two teams clashed in last year’s Outlaw League tournament finale, Jivaro capturing its fifth league title in six years 71-41 over Sturges.

This year, Jivaro slipped past Sturges 55-47 in January. The Headhunters won their first eight games this season before dropping their only contest in an upset, 83-81 to No. 7 Thornton Heading/Muleshoe Saloon (6-8).

Sunday, Jivaro’s Jeff Stedman scored 26 points leading the champions past No. 5-seeded Coeneo/Merrick Construction (8-6) by a slim 57-54 margin. Ricardo “Papas” Paredes paced Coeneo with 17 points.

Sturges/Sawtooth Brewery stayed unbeaten in tournament play 62-45 over No. 3 Elevate (10-4). Bryan Tidwell had 18 points for Sturges, and Logan Knight led Elevate with 17.

The tournament field was narrowed to four teams after Tuesday’s loser bracket playoffs featuring Elevate and No. 9 Power Engineers (5-11), followed by Coeneo vs. No. 6 Rocky Mountain Hardware/Soundwave (6-8).

The winners of those two games will try to stay alive Thursday at 8:45 p.m., after the Jivaro-Sturges tilt.

Rocky Mountain/Soundwave stayed alive Sunday 75-63 over No. 8 Sun Valley Auto Club/Growing Concern (4-11). Bryan Burrell poured in 15 points for Soundwave, and Pat Woodbury had 16 for the Auto Club.

BCRD Men's Basketball League

Tournament standings

TEAM, SEASON REC.RECORD.OFF, AVG.DEF, AVG.

Jivaro Headhunters (11-1)2-0143 (71.5)90 (45.0)

Sturges/Sawt. Brewery (9-3)2-0123 (61.5)94 (47.0)

Power Engineers (2-10)3-1159 (53.0)190 (63.3)

Elevate (9-3)1-1112 (56.0)111 (55.5)

Coeneo/Merrick Const. (7-5)1-154 (54.0)57 (57.0)

Rocky Mtn./Soundwave (5-7)1-1124 (62.0)130 (65.0)

Thornton/Muleshoe (5-7)1-2209 (69.7)187 (62.3)

SV Auto/Growing Conc. (3-9)1-2194 (64.7)206 (68.7)

Misfits (1-11)0-2 99 (49.5)152 (76.0)

St. Luke’s (8-4)0-200 (0.0)00 (0.0)

 

TOURNAMENT RESULTS

Jivaro Headhunters 57, Coeneo/Merrick Const. 54 (Jeff Stedman 26, Papas Paredes 17)

Sturges Prod./Sawt. Brewery 62, Elevate 45 (Bryan Tidwell 18, Logan Knight 17)

Rocky Mtn. Hardware/Soundwave 75, SV Auto Club/Growing 63 (Bryan Burrell 15, Pat Woodbury 16)

Power Engineers by forfeit over St. Luke’s

SV Auto Club/Growing Concern 78, Thornton/Muleshoe 66 (Josh Perron 21, Greg Edwards 22)

Power Engineers 58, Misfits 51 (Kyle Bennett 23, Carter Stewart 21)

Sturges Prod./Sawt. Brewery 61, Thornton/Muleshoe 49 (Bryan Tidwell 17, Nate Thornton 12)

Jivaro Headhunters 86, Power Engineers 36 (Mike Payne/Jeff Stedman 21, Drew Anderson 8)

Power Engineers 65, SV Auto Club/Growing 53 (Kyle Bennett 24, James Sabey 21)

Thornton Heating/Muleshoe 94, Misfits 48 (Greg Edwards 28, Gene Korby 27)

Elevate 67, Rocky Mtn. Hardware/Soundwave 49 (Logan Fredrickson 20, David Morgan 19)

Coeneo/Merrick Const. by forfeit over St. Luke’s

 

UPCOMING TOURNAMENT GAMES (at Community Campus gym, Hailey)

TUESDAY, MARCH 12 (not included in results)

7:30 p.m.Elevate vs. Power Engineers

8:45 p.m.Rocky Mtn. Hardware/Soundwave vs. Coeneo/Merrick

THURSDAY, MARCH 14

7:30 p.m.Jivaro Headhunters vs. Sturges Prod./Sawt. Brewery

8:45 p.m.Winner Elevate-Power vs. winner Soundwave-Coeneo 

TUESDAY, MARCH 19

7:30 p.m.Semi-final game

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20

7:30 p.m.Championship game

THURSDAY, MARCH 21

7:30 p.m.If necessary game

 




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