JEROME, Idaho ( KMVT / KSVT ) Burley Boys Basketball is in first place in the Great Basin standings and on Tuesday moved up to No. 3 in the 4A state media poll.
The fellas traveled to Jerome for a rematch of the 2017 district championship.
We take you to the third quarter, Jerome trailing by 14, David Lloyd finds Cole Baker inside and he uses his four inch height advantage to get the bucket and one.
Baker with a team-high 18 points on the evening.
But on the other end, Ryan Bagley showcasing why he's the reigning conference player of the year. He posted a game-high 25 points.
The Tigers keeping pace, Braydon Ahrens on the nice bounce pass to Baker who finishes the play, it's an 11 point game favoring the Bobcats.
And if it wasn't Bagley shooting for Burley, it was Jace Whiting. The sophomore and coach's son, draining the three pointer. Whiting with 25 points on the night as well.
But every time Jerome scored, it seemed that Burley was right there sooner than later and the Bobcats get the road win, 73-58.
We stay in Jerome for Tuesday night's play of the day. Burley in transition as Ryan Bagley brings the ball up court, knowing that Andrew Ferrin is behind him he somehow sneaks in this pass and the 6'10" post slams it down.
Twin Falls 75, Minico 57: The Bruins picked up an important win on the road. Faust Ystueta posted a game-high 18 points for Twin Falls and teammates Ryan Ball, Winston Duggan and Mitchell Brizee all scored 15 points. Pacing the Spartans, Brent Eherington had 17 points, Kasen Carpenter scored 12 points and Rylan Chandler recorded 11 in the loss. The Bruins scored 23 points in the third quarter alone.
Gooding 70, American Falls 62: Pamplona scored 22 points for the Senators who earned their first victory of the year.
Murtaugh 63, Hansen 49: Guillermo Zavala scored 25 points and Pablo Miranda chipped in 16 points for the Red Devils. For the Huskies, Senior Kaedyn Hancock and junior Paxton Stimpson produced 11 points apiece and senior Tuff Huizar netted 10.
Jackpot 65, Twin Falls Christian Academy 51: Jerry Martinez led the Jaguars with 19 points, while Ricky Miramontez added 16. For the Warriors, Kevin Wiest had 25 points and 12 rebounds and teammate Elijah Bolyard added 16 in the loss.
Castleford 61, Community School 46: Olsen produced 20 points in the loss.
Filer 49, Buhl 44
Lighthouse 46, Richfield 16: Lighthouse (7-15-14-10) Richfield (0-3-9-4)
LIONS: Millenkamp 4, Gaskill 2, De Jong 6, Chloe Gomez 13, Lauren Gomez 12, Morton 2, Grossman 4 Maxfield 2
TIGERS: Buckner 9, Telford 2, Allen 2, Wacht 3
Wood River @ Kimberly
Kimberly (KIMB) 45.00 Wood River (WORI) 6.00
98: Tristian Cota (KIMB) over Jake Drummond (WORI) (Dec 8-2) 106: Jayden Shuey (WORI) over Brogan Leckenby (KIMB) (Fall 1:18) 113: Double Forfeit 120: Jonah Bacon (KIMB) over (WORI) (For.) 126: Hunter Demerly (KIMB) over (WORI) (For.) 132: Travis Erickson (KIMB) over Isaac Kolman (WORI) (Dec 10-7) 138: Double Forfeit 145: Rowdy Hopkins (KIMB) over Preston Wolfey (WORI) (Fall 2:57) 152: Trace Mayo (KIMB) over (WORI) (For.) 160: Double Forfeit 170: Zach Gunnell (KIMB) over (WORI) (For.) 182: Double Forfeit 195: Kaden Buhler (KIMB) over (WORI) (For.) 220: Double Forfeit 285: Tito Garcia (KIMB) over Elijah Arredondo (WORI) (SV-1 6-4)