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Sven's Ten - Boys State Basketball
We highlight some of the best performances from the 2019 Boys Real Dairy Shootout!
Published: 3/6/2019 3:36:08 PM

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 2019 Boys Real Dairy Shootout.

-Borah forward Austin Bolt was a dominant presence on the inside during all three games the Lions played at state finishing with 16 points, 13 rebounds and four steals in game one against Capital, 24 points, 11 rebounds and three steals in a semifinal victory against Rigby and eight points, 15 rebounds and two steals in the championship defeat of Madison. 

-Rocky Mountain took a 30-4 lead into the second quarter on Friday in their win over Eagle, with Cooper Frith finding fire from distance to the tune of 29 points, including six triples. Frith also had three steals and a pair of assists. 

-In the 4A ranks, Vallivue and Moscow treated the fans to a battle of the stars as Amoro Lado lit up the state sheet for 25 points, six rebounds, three assists and two steals for the Falcons and Gabe Quinnett countered with 26 points, four rebounds, four assists and three steals for the Bears. Vallivue would win 63-58 to advance to the semifinals. 

-Mitchell Brizee of Twin Falls went 9-10 from the floor, dropping in 22 points to go along with 16 rebounds, including seven on the offensive glass, to lead the Bruins to a 74-54 victory in the consolation final over Columbia. Fellow 4A big man Paul Wilson had ten points, 12 rebounds and six blocks in the Tigers’ semifinal win over Vallivue. 

-Century’s Max Rogers broke the individual game scoring record for the 4A classification, previously held by Jack Akey of Moscow, with 44 points in a 70-59 third place game win against Vallivue. 

-One could easily list off every game Garrett Hawkes played at state, but the 32 points, six rebounds, seven steals and two blocks in North Fremont’s opening round win over Declo stood out for the variety of ways in which the senior impacted the game in a major way. 

-Paul Yenor of Ambrose put up double-double efforts on back-to-back days with 24 points and 12 rebounds against Lapwai and 12 points and 15 rebounds against Challis. 

-Spencer Schumacher was a menace on the inside for Prairie in a 59-42 victory over league foe Lapwai in the 1AD1 semifinals, finishing with 20 points and 15 rebounds. Schumacher also contributed two steals on the defensive side of the floor. 

-Lapwai freshman Titus Yearout sure didn’t play like one in the Wildcats 70-61 third place win against Valley, lighting up the scoreboard with 36 points on 13-15 shooting from the floor. Other impressive 1A stat lines included the Valley duo of Zane Mussmann (22 points, 13 rebounds, two assists and four steals) and Jason Hardy (22 points, seven rebounds, eight assists and four steals) against Riverstone, Pratt Matthews of Rockland with 17 points and 14 rebounds against Carey, Rockland teammate Caleb Norwood with 30 against Salmon River and Randy McClure of the Savages with 28 points and five rebounds in the same game. 

-Garden Valley sophomore Covy Kelly is another young star who showcased his skills on the big stage this past weekend. We couldn’t pick just one game to highlight, so instead we will give you his stats for all three games that the Wolverines played in. On day one Kelly had 34 points, eight rebounds, two assists and two steals. In the semifinals he had 18 points, five rebounds, two assists and two steals. The incredible tournament performance was then finished off with a 1AD2 tournament record 38 points in the championship game to go along with ten rebounds and two steals. Championship opponent Lighthouse Christian was led by Casper Block with 24 points and 15 rebounds in their win. 

-Colby Gennett (15 points, 13 rebounds and three steals) and Gavven Desjarlais (19 points and six rebounds) led Post Falls to a 54-50 opening round defeat of two-time defending 5A champion Rocky Mountain. 

-Cole Valley teammates Ricky Golenor (22 points, 11 rebounds, three assists, three steals and two blocks in game one against Bear Lake) and Dylan Krogh (22 points, three rebounds and two steals against North Fremont in the semifinals) each had impressive efforts.  
-Bear Lake’s Owen Teuscher hit seven triples and had 25 points in a win over Declo.

-Michael Ure had a big game one against Marsing, ending the night with a 20 point and 15 rebound performance. 


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