Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Carey boys stay unbeaten in Northside hoops

High school sports update


     Nate Adamson put the Carey High School boys’ varsity basketball team on his back and carried the Panthers to a 55-42 Northside Conference home win over the Castleford Wolves Thursday.

     Adamson scored 15 of his game-high 20 points before halftime sparking coach Dick Simpson’s Panthers (6-6, 3-0) to a 33-19 lead at the break. The Carey junior guard added 8 rebounds, 3 steals, 7 assists and 2 blocked shots for the game.

     Other Panther contributors were Joe Parke (13 points, 8 rebounds, 1 block), Collin Whitby (7 points, 6 rebounds, 2 assists), Matt Whitworth (4 points, 4 boards, 4 steals, 1 block), Chris Peck (4 points, 2 rebounds, 2 assists), Derrick Baird (4 points, 3 rebounds) and Luis Garcia (2 points, 3 boards, 3 steals).

     Topping Castleford (2-9, 1-1) were seniors Coy Surrett (17 points, 12 rebounds), Rylee Reynolds (10 points, 3 assists) and John Wiseman (5 points, 9 boards, 4 blocked shots).

     The Panthers hosted Camas County of Fairfield (3-8, 1-3) Tuesday, and travel to Murtaugh (1-12, 0-4) on Thursday, to Castleford Friday for a non-conference tussle and over to Bliss on Tuesday, Jan. 28.

     Still unbeaten in league and still seeking a win streak, Carey hoped to sweep the three Northside games and concentrate on its final home league clashes with Lighthouse Christian Feb. 4 and Dietrich (11-2, 3-0) on Friday, Feb. 14.

 

Cutthroats win over Bliss

     Senior Taylor Adler pumped home a season-best 23 points leading the Community School boys’ varsity cagers (3-5, 2-2) to a 58-30 home win over Bliss Thursday in Sun Valley.

     Daniel DuFur chipped in 11 points, Doug DuFur 9, Keegan Whitelaw 6, Garrett Rawlings 5 and Alex Feldman 4.

     The Cutthroats host Lighthouse Christian Academy (10-4, 3-1) in another Northside Conference league game Thursday, Jan. 23 at 6 p.m., and go to Twin Falls Christian Academy (10-1) Friday.

 

Carey girls take Castleford to the wire

     Playing one of its best games of the season, the Carey High School girls’ varsity put up a season-best 51 points in a 55-51 home loss to the Castleford Wolves Thursday.

     Carey led 36-32 in the third quarter before the Wolves led by junior Sydney Ellsworth (8 of 21 points in the third) went on an 11-0 run to go ahead for good. Wolves freshman Haddee Reynolds added 13 points.

     Panther top scorer Medin Cenarrusa tallied 16 points including 6-for-6 at the free throw line. Lilly Rivera added 14, Kylie Castle 10, Natalie Villanueva 7, Paige Koudelka 3 and Clarissa Kirkland 1.

     Rockland won 39-24 at Carey (2-12, 0-3) Friday with Cenarrusa scoring 12 and Rivera 6.

 

Wrestlers pin Filer 42-30

     Wood River High School wrestlers won five of the six matches that were contested during Thursday’s 42-30 Wolverine dual meet win at Filer.

     Kaleb Guisasola captured a 2:53 pin at 132 pounds and Kyle Clark added a pin at 170. Cooper Bailey recorded a 21-5 technical fall at 138 and Ryan Anderson logged a 12-2 major decision at 120. Cameron Bingham won a 6-5 decision at 145.

     One highlight for coach Shawn Huntington came when James Thomas, after earning a forfeit win at 106, asked to wrestle at 113. Thomas then pinned his Filer foe at 113.

     Wood River goes to the New Plymouth Invitational Friday.




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