Badgers lose playoff opener

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  • Photos by Tanna Yeoumans Pacen Pluid is flanked by Reece Bell on the right and Seamus Ryan on the left.

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    Chris Sabin, Pacen Pluid, and Kendall Stone brought the defense during last Tuesdays home game against Immaculate Conception.

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    Photo by Tanna Yeoumans Reece Bell shoots to score.

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    Photo by Tanna Yeoumans The boys beat ICA 70-41.

  • Photos by Tanna Yeoumans Pacen Pluid is flanked by Reece Bell on the right and Seamus Ryan on the left.

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    Chris Sabin, Pacen Pluid, and Kendall Stone brought the defense during last Tuesdays home game against Immaculate Conception.

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    Photo by Tanna Yeoumans Reece Bell shoots to score.

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    Photo by Tanna Yeoumans The boys beat ICA 70-41.

COEUR d’ALENE — In the first round of the 3A District 1 tournament Monday, Feb. 19 at North Idaho College, the Timberlake Tigers beat the Bonners Ferry Badgers 51-39.

Chris Sabin led Bonners Ferry with 15 points.

Following the loss, the 9-12 Badgers faced 2-19 Priest River Wednesday, Feb. 21, in a loser-out game that finished after The Herald went to press.

“I thought we started out pretty good in this game. We attacked the rim early and got them in some foul trouble. We struggled to score and made some mistakes down the stretch and could not get back into the game,” said Coach Andy Rice. “We play Priest River on Wednesday in a loser out game. The winner will take on the loser of the championship game between Kellogg and Timberlake.”

Bonners Ferry 9 7 7 16 — 39

Timberlake 10 11 13 17 — 51

BONNERS FERRY: Ryan 3, Sabin 15, S. Bateman 9, T. Bateman 0, Hittle 7, Stone 0, Pluid 1, Jelinek 0, Bell 0, Hill 0, B. Bateman 4, Morgan 0.

TIMBERLAKE: Hardy 12, Wilfong 0, Cramer 10, Meijerink 3, McDonald 0, Kluss 6, James 4, Gardom 8, Kistler 8.

In regular-season action, the Badger boys played at Timberlake on Feb. 15 in an Intermountain League game and lost 46-33.

“We went down to Timberlake hoping to pick up a win and force a coin flip for seeding going into districts,” said Rice. “In our first meeting Colton Counts put up 28 points against us, at 6-foot-5 we don’t match up very well. We did a better job of stopping him but they moved the ball well and found the open guys when we doubled him.”

Bonners Ferry 5 8 12 8 — 33

Timberlake 10 9 12 14 — 46

BONNERS FERRY: Ryan 4, Sabin 10, S. Bateman 2,T. Bateman 0, Hittle 8, Stone 2, Pluid 4, Bell 2, Morgan 0.

The Bonners Ferry seniors were honored Feb. 13 at home, as the Badgers topped Immaculate Conception Academy 70-41.

“Senior night was a good game that everyone got quite a bit of playing time. It was nice to see our seniors play their last home game in front of a supportive home crowd,” said Coach Andy Rice.

Bonners Ferry 18 28 17 7 — 70

Immaculate C. 9 5 16 11 — 41

BONNERS FERRY: Ryan 4, Sabin 27, S. Bateman 9,T. Bateman 2, Hittle 6, Stone 2, Pluid 6, Jelinek 0, Bell 12, Hill 0 B. Bateman 2, Morgan 0.

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