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Sven's Ten - Performances Of The Week (1/28-2/2)
Century senior Max Rogers stepped up in the absence of some key teammates to keep the Diamondbacks strong season going.
Published: 2/4/2019 10:20:00 AM


Each week there are countless quality efforts put up by teams and individuals throughout the state of Idaho. Below are some of the top performances from the state during the week of January 28-February 2. 

We try our best to include as many different parts of the state as possible in this list of ten. If you don't see your player listed below, don't worry, we will keep combing through the stats each week to add new faces to the list!
So without further ado, and in no particular order, here is the third version of the "Sven's Ten" list, featuring top efforts from across the Gem State last week. 

-In Century’s 57-45 win at Highland on Wednesday, Max Rogers put up a double-double with 20 points and 11 rebounds to help the Diamondbacks to the victory despite the absence of two starters from the lineup. Rogers then one-upped himself with 27 points on Friday in a 55-44 win over Pocatello.

-In arguably the best performance of the year so far, Wallace’s Zack Welch erupted for 52 points, including a 14-19 night from 3-point land during an 85-39 win for the Miners over Clark Fork. 

-Malad utilized 34 points and 18 rebounds from Shawnee Simpson to knock off Bear Lake on Thursday in the district tournament. 

-Eagle secured a spot in the district championship game against Mountain View with a 48-46 win over Boise on Saturday. Meghan Boyd had one of the biggest games of her career at the right time, draining five 3-pointers and scoring 26 points. Her three triples in the third quarter helped spark a 13-2 run according to Brandon Walton of the Idaho Press. In the game earlier in the week against Rocky Mountain, Boyd had 20 points and 11 rebounds.

-Entering their matchup against each other on Friday, Ambrose and Liberty Charter were both undefeated in 1A Western Idaho Conference play. Each squad received massive performances from their stars in this one, with Paul Yenor tallying 20 points and eight rebounds for the Archers and Cole Hinnenkamp lighting up the stat sheet to the tune of 28 points and ten rebounds. Ambrose would win 55-53.

-Vallivue’s Amoro Lado and Emmett’s Brett Kern traded baskets with each other throughout the night on Friday in a 78-72 victory for the Falcons. Lado, a Chipola College commit, finished with 33 points and six rebounds and Kern had 35 points and 12 boards of his own.

-Destiny Quebrado of Notus filled the stat sheet in every way possible in a 56-50 win against Ambrose in the district tournament with 29 points, eight steals and six assists.

-The Potlatch Loggers chopped down top ranked Lapwai 66-49 behind a mammoth game from Dacota Hadaller, who had 16 points, 16 rebounds and seven assists. 

-Moscow continued its strong season by handling Sandpoint 71-44. Gabe Quinnett played a large part in the success for the Bears with 32 points, five assists and four steals. 

-Two performances more than worthy of noting came from the Dietrich and Raft River boys basketball game on Tuesday, with Trojans star Rylee Spencer dropping 30 points on the Blue Devils and Brady Power finishing with 26 points and 17 rebounds of his own for Dietrich. Raft River won 80-74. Later in the week Murtaugh’s Gio Zavala had 29 points in a 70-57 win over the Blue Devils.

-Bridger Hansen led the way for Butte County in a win against the West Jefferson Panthers, putting up 25 points and being an integral part of what was a 23-4 run late in the game according to the Post Register. 

-Remi Wojciechowski was on fire from deep in Mackay’s 60-25 district tournament win over Leadore, hitting six 3-pointers and finishing the night with 23 points.

-Kelsey Jensen was an enforcer in the paint for Genesee all week, getting her block party started with five rejections to go along with 14 points and 10 rebounds in a win against Clearwater Valley and then totaling 11 blocks in a loss against Lapwai later in the week in district tournament play. 

-Kenyon SpottedHorse poured in 29 points for Lakeside in a 74-40 blowout of Clark Fork. He also had 23 earlier in the week against Mullan.

-Sophomore guard Gage Stoddard racked up 24 points, 6 rebounds and two assists in a big 52-46 conference win for Grace over Challis. While not in the timeline of last week, we also wanted to note that Stoddard had 20 points, 11 rebounds, eight assists and three steals the week prior in a road win at Raft River. 

-Lake City needed Bridget Rieken to step up in a big way to fend off a pesky Lewiston team in the first round of districts on Friday, winning 57-53. Rieken had 16 points and 13 rebounds for the Timberwolves. 

-Genesis Prep guard Rachel Schroeder was busy for the Lady Jags, dishing off to her teammates plenty, but most importantly chipping in 28 points of her own as her team knocked off 2A St. Maries 52-40 on the road. On the boys side of things in North Star action, Kootenai’s Gage Maitland had 29 points in a 52-43 win over Troy. 

-Naya Ojukwu had a big game in a 5A District 3 tournament semifinal with 20 points and nine rebounds for Mountain View in a 61-50 win over Timberline. The Mavericks and Eagle Mustangs play each other in the district championship on Friday at 7 p.m. at Timberline. For the Wolves in the loss, Ava Ranson had 26 points.

-Jake Poulton caught fire from 3-point land on Friday, netting 27 points with six 3-pointers in an 83-62 win for Columbia over Ridgevue. Poulton also had 15 points in a comeback win against Nampa to remain in first place in the 4A SIC earlier in the week.


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