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Redox Holiday Shootout Roundup
Rigby put forth a gutsy overtime performance against Centennial, taking home the Holiday Shootout title
Published: 1/6/2020 2:29:36 PM
Robert Reeve
Staff Writer
 

Rigby 76, Green Canyon (UT) 68

Britton Berrett scored 12 of his total 28 points for the Trojans in first half, nailing four of six from beyond the arc.

The two teams spent most of the first half in a back-and-forth battle. After heading to the halftime break tied up, the Trojans made a run to push their lead up to 12 in the second half. They maintained that lead for most of the third quarter, but Green Canyon made a late run in the fourth to get within 8 with the help of senior Mckay Yorgason, who supplied most of the Wolves' scoring with 20 points in the game. 

But Green Canyon wouldn’t get any closer, as Rigby hung on for 76-68 win.

Burley 64, Green Canyon (UT) 60

After a poor shooting performance in the first quarter for both teams, Burley jumped out to a 10-point lead to start off the second 25-15.

Green Canyon cut the lead to 4 to end the first half, going into the locker room only trailing 34-30.  Burley came out of the break hot, extending its lead to 12 and maintaining that lead until the final two minutes. That’s when the Green Canyon press cause turnover after turnover, getting the Wolves back to within 3. 

Green Canyon then caused a turnover with 17 seconds left, and senior Cole Deboard took to the free-throw line to get his team within 2 points.

With the game on the line, senior Cole Maughan missed a potential game-winning shot with three seconds remaining before Boise State commit Jace Whiting made a free throw for Burley with one second left to give the Bobcats the win 64-60.

Rigby 69, Timberline (Boise) 54

Rigby jumped out to an 8-0 lead and held on for most of the first quarter. 

Down 17-8, Timberline made a 9-0 run by hitting three treys to tie it up at 18 apiece halfway through the second. With two minutes left in the half, Rigby went on a 5-0 run to close out the quarter and led 34-29 at the break. 

The Trojans opened the third on a 4-0 run. Timberline tried to keep it close, but Rigby pushed the lead out to 8 to close out the third 47-39. The Wolves got within 4 points in the final quarter, but the Trojans extended their lead again as senior Christian Fredrickson made two free throws to get his team back up by 10.

Rigby was in the bonus for the rest of the quarter and closed out the game shooting five-for-seven from the line to win 69-54. 


Green Canyon (UT) 71, Skyline 57

Green Canyon led after the first quarter 16-11. Skyline came out in the second quarter and tied it up with four minutes to go in the first half. A minute later, Christian Thomas hit a 3 to give the Grizzlies the lead 27-24.

Green Canyon then went on a 6-0 run and Cade Deboard made a 3 as time expired in the first half to give the Wolves the lead 30-27.

The Wolves came out of the break with an aggressive offensive attack. Yorgason notched a pair of steals and layups to cap off a 20-6 run as Green Canyon led 50-33 going into the fourth. Green Canyon proved efficient from 3 in the 4th quarter, shooting 5-for-7 from deep to maintain their 17-point lead. Senior Cruz Taylor hit a 3 for the Grizzlies to trim the lead to 14 before both teams put their benches in to finish the game. 


Reed (NV) 77, Burley 64 (2OT) 

After an electric first half, Burley went into the locker room with a slim 34-29 lead, thanks in large part to Whiting’s 12 first-half points for the Bobcats. 

Reed cut the lead to 2 on a pair of free throws by Jack Cook with one minute left in the third. Burley converted their free throws going 4-for-4 to push its lead back up to 6 heading into the fourth.  

Marcus Thorn hit a three for the Rebels to cut the lead to 48-45. Reed executed a press, recording a steal and bucket by Trey Stevens and another 3-pointer by Thorn to take the lead 54-52 with two minutes to go in the game. 

Whiting scored a bucket to tie the game with one minute left. Thorn then got fouled and missed both free throws, sending the game into overtime. In OT, Stevens nailed the mid-range jumper putting his team up 63-61. 

But poor free-throw shooting throttled Reed’s chance to end the game, as the Raiders went two-for-eight from the line, giving Whiting an opportunity to tie the game at 64 as he hit a 3-pointer with time expiring over two Raider defenders.

Burley got hit with a technical foul in the second overtime and this time, Stevens converted both of his free throws. Stevens proved unstoppable in the final quarter, getting to the basket at will, scoring eight of his 16 points in 2OT. Despite the loss for the Bobcats, Whiting finished with 24 points.

Third-Place Game
Minico 59, Timberline (Boise) 46

In a first quarter defensive battle, Timberline managed to push out to a 15-11 lead. Jake Stanzle had 7 first-quarter points and Garret Long added 6 to lead the Wolves. In the second, Minco went on a 6-0 run to tie the game at halftime 24-24.

The teams traded buckets and ended the third quarter knotted up 37-37. Cooper Lumsden had the hot hand for the Wolves, scoring 8 of his 15 points in the third quarter. 

Minico turned up the defensive intensity in the fourth and saw some excellent shooting from Rylan Chandler, who finished with 10 points, and Kasen Carpenter, who recorded 8 points, to build up an 11-point lead halfway through the fourth.

Championship Game
Rigby 50, Centennial 46 (OT)

The Trojans took home the Redox Holiday Shootout with a gutsy overtime win over Centennial. 

The Patriots came out hot and stormed to a 16-4 lead in the first quarter. Rigby came out in a press the second quarter, but the aggressive defensive strategy didn’t stop efficient shooting by the Pats. Garrett Cleveley and Luke Schabot combined for five first-half 3-pointers and 20 first-half points to lead the Pats to a 25-15 halftime lead.

Rigby started the second half with a renewed defensive effort en route to a 10-5 run, closing the gap to 25-30. 

Rigby fought its way back to take the lead in the fourth with four minutes left 34-36. The lead would change three more times in the final three minutes.

Rigby came up with a huge steal which set up Fredrickson to make the game-tying layup to send the game into overtime. 

In OT, Berrett earned 6 of his total 16 points. Rigby’s defense and inside post play by Tanoa Togiai and Fredrickson proved too much for the Patriots, who stumbled offensively down the stretch. Keegan Thompson finished with a double-double with 11 points and 10 rebounds. 

Complete Tournament Results

Thursday
-Minico 63, Reed 58
-Centennial 58, Skyline 48
-Timberline 52, Burley 46
-Rigby 76, Green Canyon 68

Friday
-Reed 51, Skyline 43
-Centennial 49, Minico 45
-Burley 65, Green Canyon 60
-Rigby 69, Timberline 54

Saturday
-Green Canyon 71, Skyline 57
-Reed 77, Burley 64 (2OT)
-Minico 59, Timberline 46
-Rigby 50, Centennial 46 (OT)



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