SATURDAY

4A state tournament

BURLEY 56, BLACKFOOT 43

Blackfoot's second-half rally wasn't enough, as the Broncos lost 56-43 to Burley on Saturday in the 4A state tournament consolation championship at Timberline High School.

Blackfoot trailed 29-15 at halftime after shooting 31.6% from the field. A 40% second half helped Blackfoot inch closer, but Burley made 20 of 35 free throws — 16 of 29 after halftime — to hold off the comeback.

Hadley Humpherys had 12 points for Blackfoot, which finished the season 19-10.

BONNEVILLE 54, CENTURY 39

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3A state tournament

TIMBERLAKE 42, SNAKE RIVER 32

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2A state tournament

NEW PLYMOUTH 40, BEAR LAKE 38

Bear Lake went cold in the second half and lost 40-38 on Saturday in the consolation championship of the 2A state tournament at Kuna High School.

The Bears led 24-13 at halftime, but shot 20.8% in the second half while New Plymouth made its comeback.

Chelsea Gundersen and Kalisha Parker scored nine points each for Bear Lake, which finished the season 18-10.

SODA SPRINGS 67, COLE VALLEY CHRISTIAN 56

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1A DI state tournament

GRACE 52, GENESEE 39

Grace's big third quarter provided a boost in Saturday's 52-39 win over Genesee in the third-place game of the 1A DI state tournament at Columbia High School.

The Grizzlies led 22-20 at halftime before outscoring Genesee 20-6 in the third. Grace shot 51.2% from the field, led by Breanna Hill (19 points), Maniah Clegg (13) and Madison Windley (11). Clegg added 16 rebounds, six blocked shots, four steals and three assists.

"We had multiple contributors," Grace coach Kyle Christensen said. "It was a good team effort. They came to play and were determined to not finish the season with two straight losses."

The third-place finish is Grace's best since finishing third in 2014. The Grizzlies ended the season 20-4.

"It was a tough turnaround after losing a battle last night (in the state semifinals), but it shows the grit and determination that our girls have," Christensen said. "It's fun to finish the season on a high note."

1A DII state tournament

ROCKLAND 45, CAREY 30

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SATURDAY'S BOX SCORES

BURLEY 56, BLACKFOOT 43

Burley 12 17 6 21 — 56

Blackfoot 9 6 8 20 — 43

Burley — Whiting 14, Hege 2, Pope 22, Baker 8, Searle 4, Hege 1, Searle 5.

Blackfoot — Smith 8, Arave 3, Caldwell 5, Wright 4, Thomas 6, Andersen 5, Humpherys 12.

NEW PLYMOUTH 40, BEAR LAKE 38

Bear Lake 14 10 6 8 — 38

New Plymouth 5 8 13 14 — 40

Bear Lake — Humpherys 7, Lloyd 6, Skinner 3, McDowell 3, Sharp 1, Gundersen 9, Parker 9.

New Plymouth — Rupp 3, Christensen 20, Pelayo 9, Binggeli 1, Hite 5, Shaw 2.

GRACE 52, GENESEE 39

Grace 9 13 20 10 — 52

Genesee 4 16 6 13 — 39

Grace — Anderson 2, Walker 5, Straatman 2, Hill 19, Windley 11, Clegg 13.

Genesee — Ranisate 10, Parkins 2, Bartosz 1, Zenner 8, Leseman 4, Monk 4, Osborne 8, Mayer 2.

FRIDAY

3A state tournament

SNAKE RIVER 62, FILER 45

Snake River flipped a one-point halftime lead into a 17-point win and a trip to the 3A state title game, beating Filer 62-45 on Friday in the 3A state semifinals at Middleton High School.

After leading 28-27 at halftime, Snake River outscored Filer 16-6 in the third quarter and 18-12 in the fourth to secure its second trip to the state championship game in the last three seasons.

"We made a few adjustments at half," Panthers coach Jeff Steadman said. "Our girls really played with confidence. They executed well, they took care of the ball, especially under the pressure that we got from Filer. We made the right passes and the right decisions."

Josee Steadman scored a game-high 24 points on 5-of-8 shooting from 3-point range, leading a Panthers offense that went 20 of 40 from the field. Jordyn Gilbert added 13 points.

Snake River (15-10) faces Timberlake at 3:50 p.m. Saturday at the Ford Idaho Center. The Panthers are seeking their first state title since 2013.

4A state tournament

BLACKFOOT 42, PRESTON 32

Blackfoot advanced to Saturday's consolation championship game, beating Preston 42-32 on Friday at Timberline High School.

The Broncos held Preston to one point in the opening quarter and led 24-9 at halftime. The Indians shot 25% for the game.

"We had a really good first half," Blackfoot coach Courtnie Smith said. "I was proud of the girls, to come off that emotional loss last night to Century. They did good."

Tenleigh Smith, Gracie Andersen and Hadley Humpherys scored 11 points apiece for the Broncos (19-9), who face Burley at 9:15 a.m. Saturday for the consolation championship. Blackfoot won two head-to-head meetings in the regular season.

Preston's season is over. The Indians went 19-9.

CENTURY 47, CALDWELL 28

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2A state tournament

BEAR LAKE 45, RIRIE 39 (OT)

Bear Lake made 22 free throws en route to Friday's 45-39 overtime win over Ririe in the 2A state tournament at Kuna High School. The Bears advance to play for the consolation championship.

Bear Lake trailed 9-4 after the first quarter, but led 18-11 in the second and 21-17 at halftime. Bear Lake then rallied from three points down after three frames to send the game into OT, where the Bears outscored Ririe 7-1.

Hailey Humpherys had 14 points for Bear Lake. Chelsea Gundersen added 11 points and nine rebounds. The Bears (18-9) face New Plymouth at 9:15 a.m. Saturday for the consolation trophy.

SODA SPRINGS 49, MELBA 41

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1A DI state tournament

PRAIRIE 47, GRACE 42

Grace's late lead didn't last in Friday's 47-42 loss to Prairie in the 1A DI state tournament semifinals at Columbia High School.

The Grizzlies led 36-31 after three quarters and maintained an edge for much of the fourth, but Prairie converted at the free-throw line and got over the hump down the stretch.

Grace was outscored 16-6 in the fourth.

"Didn't handle the pressure late," Grace coach Kyle Christensen said. "Pressure got to us. We missed two front ends of 1-and-1s. They hit their free throws down the stretch and we didn't."

Breanna Hill scored a team-high 12 points for Grace. Maniah Clegg added six points and 14 rebounds. The Grizzlies (19-4) play Genesee at 11 a.m. Saturday for the third-place trophy.

1A DII state tournament

ROCKLAND 44, SALMON RIVER 28

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FRIDAY'S BOX SCORES

BLACKFOOT 42, PRESTON 32

Blackfoot 11 13 9 9 — 42

Preston 1 8 13 10 — 32

Blackfoot — Smith 11, Caldwell 2, Wright 3, Thomas 4, Andersen 11, Humpherys 11.

Preston — H. Meek 6, Robertson 1, Ward 5, Ware 7, Pugmire 10, Larsen 3.

SNAKE RIVER 62, FILER 45

Filer 12 15 6 12 — 45

Snake River 17 11 16 18 — 62

Filer — Gartner 15, Snyder 5, Monson 10, Smothers 1, Fisher 12, Bartholomew 2.

Snake River — Kracl 3, Goff 10, Steadman 24, VanOrden 8, Stimpson 2, Cherry 2, Gilbert 13.

BEAR LAKE 45, RIRIE 39 (OT)

Ririe 9 8 14 7 1 — 39

Bear Lake 4 17 7 10 7 — 45

Ririe — Newman 17, Martinez 2, Scott 5, Sutton 10, Ball 1, Guthrie 4.

Bear Lake — Humpherys 14, Kelsey 6, Lloyd 8, Gundersen 11, Parker 6.

PRAIRIE 47, GRACE 42

Prairie 7 12 12 16 — 47

Grace 9 13 14 6 — 42

Prairie — Wemhoff 2, Shears 20, Uhlenkott 11, Schlader 3, Peery 9, Chaffee 2.

Grace — Walker 11, Younger 2, Hill 12, Windley 11, Clegg 6.

THURSDAY

4A state tournament

CALDWELL 49, PRESTON 45

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CENTURY 36, BLACKFOOT 34 (OT)

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3A state tournament

SNAKE RIVER 56, FRUITLAND 44

Josee Steadman’s seven 3-pointers and 25 points led a hot-shooting Snake River past Fruitland, 56-44, on Thursday in the first round of the 3A state tournament at Middleton High School.

Steadman’s seven 3s tied the 3A state tournament single-game record set by Timberlake’s Taryn Soumas last year.

“She had open looks and she was able to catch the ball and shoot it with confidence,” Panthers coach Jeff Steadman said. “Many games, she doesn’t get that many opportunities.”

Snake River shot 54.3% as a team, burying 10 of 20 3-pointers. Adia Goff had 12 points.

“Very happy with the way we passed the ball, which created a lot of open looks,” coach Steadman said.

Snake River (14-10) plays Filer on Friday at 6:15 p.m. in the state semifinals. The teams split two meetings earlier this season.

2A state tournament

SODA SPRINGS 49, NEW PLYMOUTH 30

A big second quarter and stingy defense pushed Soda Springs past New Plymouth, 49-30, on Thursday in the first round of the 2A state tournament at Kuna High School.

The Cardinals led 6-5 after the first quarter, but outscored the Pilgrims 18-5 in the second to build a 24-10 lead by halftime.

Soda Springs held New Plymouth to 28.1% shooting and forced 20 turnovers.

“Just good to get that first game out of the way,” Cardinals coach Wade Schvaneveldt said. “Even though we have an experienced team, we have some girls who have never been up here.”

Sadie Gronning and Jorianne Balls scored 13 points apiece to lead Soda Springs (23-2), which plays Melba at 6:15 p.m. on Friday in the state semifinals — a rematch of last year’s state title game.

COLE VALLEY 47, BEAR LAKE 40

Bear Lake fell 47-40 to Cole Valley Christian on Thursday in the 2A state tournament at Kuna High School. It was the Bears’ first state tournament game since 2008.

Bear Lake finished the first quarter on a 7-0 run to lead 15-11 heading into the second. Cole Valley charged back and was within 26-25 at halftime.

Bear Lake trailed 38-36 after three quarters.

“I think toward the end it was their length and we lost our legs there late battling against that all game long,’’ Bear Lake coach Brenda Messerly told the Idaho Press. “Six players over 6-foot tall, that’s tough. Not just fighting their big girl (6-foot-4 Madeline Cooke), but they post up their second and third posts. That’s tough fighting over all night.’’

Josi Kelsey had 12 points and Jimi Lloyd added 10 for Bear Lake (17-9), which plays Ririe at 3 p.m. Friday in the consolation bracket.

1A DI state tournament

GRACE 46, LIBERTY CHARTER 34

Grace rode its fast start to a 46-34 win over Liberty Charter on Thursday in the first round of the 1A DI state tournament at Columbia High School.

The Grizzlies led 12-4 after the opening frame and led by as many as 13 points later on.

“Every team that’s in the tournament is pretty solid,” Grace coach Kyle Christensen said. “Even getting a little bit of a cushion, it wasn’t going to be easy. We had to keep playing solid and not let up.”

Maniah Clegg (18) and Breanna Hill (17) combined to score 35 points on 16-of-26 shooting for Grace, which shot 51.2% as a team. Clegg added 10 rebounds and three blocks.

The Grizzlies (19-3) play Prairie at 6:15 p.m. Friday in the state semifinals.

1A DII state tournament

ROCKLAND 59, KENDRICK 47

Rockland’s sophomore post players came up big as the Bulldogs rallied to beat Kendrick in the first round of the 1A DII state tournament at Nampa High School on Thursday, 59-47.

Ember Farr had 16 points and Kiersley Boyer had 15 for Rockland, which trailed 20-11 after the first quarter but completely shut down Kendrick over the middle part of the game to win comfortably.

Kendrick scored a combined seven points over the second and third quarters, and Rockland went to the fourth leading 43-27.

It’s the Bulldogs’ first state tournament win since 2016.

“In the first quarter, Kendrick had a lot of intensity and energy and we didn’t match it very well,” Rockland coach Vern Nelson said. “In the second and third quarters, our girls really got after it, especially on defense. ... Kendrick loves to shoot the 3-ball. We figured it out after that first quarter, so we did some good adjusting there to get out on their shooters.”

Madalyn Permann added 14 points for the Bulldogs (21-3), who play Salmon River at Nampa at 1:15 p.m. Friday in the state semifinals.

THURSDAY'S BOX SCORES

SNAKE RIVER 56, FRUITLAND 44

Snake River 19 11 13 13 — 56

Fruitland 7 13 11 13 — 44

Snake River — Kracl 1, Goff 12, Steadman 25, VanOrden 6, Howell 1, Stimpson 4, Gilbert 7.

Fruitland — Fritts 3, Smith 6, Roubidoux 10, Hershey 4, Richins 12, Firtts 4, Huff 5.

SODA SPRINGS 49, NEW PLYMOUTH 30

New Plymouth 5 5 9 11 — 30

Soda Springs 6 18 12 13 — 49

New Plymouth — Binggeli 8, Hite 7, Shaw 7, Pelayo 3, Christensen 3, Rupp 2.

Soda Springs — Gronning 13, Balls 13, Moldenhauer 9, Thompson 4, Billman 3, Smith 3, Naef 2.

COLE VALLEY 47, BEAR LAKE 40

Bear Lake 14 12 10 4 -- 40

Cole Valley 11 14 13 9 -- 47

Bear Lake -- Humpherys 6, Kelsey 12, Lloyd 10, Johnson 2, Gundersen 9, Parker 1.

Cole Valley -- Fraas 1, Krogh 4, Khoury 16, Veek 12, Cooke 14.

GRACE 46, LIBERTY CHARTER 34

Grace 12 11 13 10 — 46

Liberty Charter 4 11 9 10 — 46

Grace — Hill 17, Rigby 3, Windley 8, Clegg 18.

Liberty Charter — Logue 8, Valadez 2, Gerdes 8, Hodnett 16.

ROCKLAND 59, KENDRICK 47

Rockland 11 14 18 16 — 59

Kendrick 20 5 2 20 — 47

Rockland — Wilson 6, Waite 8, Boyer 15, Permann 14, Farr 16.

Kendrick — Brown 13, Stacy 4, Anderson 3, L. Morgan 6, E. Morgan 14, Cook 2, Brocke 5.