BFHS girls drop two games at state

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NAMPA, Idaho — The Panthers of Snake River defeated the Badgers 58-51 in the first round of the 3A girls basketball state tournament at Skyview High School in Nampa, Idaho.

The Badgers did a good job defensively on Snake River’s 5-foot-10 point guard, Kelsey Higginson, for three quarters, but freshman post Josee Steadmon scored 21 points, including three 3-pointers. Higginson finished with 20 points, scoring most of them late in the game, including 11-for-14 from the free-throw line.

Overall, Snake River made 27-of-34 free throws (74.4 percent) while the Badgers struggled from the line and made 18-of-34 free throws (52.9 percent).

Kadi Bateman led the Badgers with 21 and 8 rebounds. Jerzie Pluid contributed 12 points.

Bonners Ferry 13 7 13 18 — 51

Snake River 9 16 11 22 — 58

Bonners Ferry: B. Blackmore 0, Skeen 4, Pluid 12, Villelli 0, Wenk 8, Burt 0, Bateman 21, Ansley 6, Liermann 0, Ram 0, Jackson 0, E. Blackmore 0.

Snake River: Tew 0, Higginson 20, Goff 0, Steadmon 21, Vanorten 0, Rowe 0, Campbell 0, Kracl 0, Morgan 6, Martin 3, Cherry 0, Marrow 0, Gilbert 6, Stimpson 0, Harper 2.

Parma 36, Bonners Ferry 24

The Lady Badgers struggled offensively in their second game at the state tournament. Bonners Ferry ended the first quarter trailing 11-2.

Bonners Ferry rallied to start the second half and cut the Panther lead to 25-22 midway through the third quarter. The Badgers then did not score for the next 11 minutes until Emily Blackmore made 2 free throws with 51 seconds left in the game.

The Panthers were led by 5-11 point guard Madison Jackson who scored 22 points, with 6 rebounds and 5 steals. Kadi Bateman led the Badgers with 11 points.

BFHS 2 11 9 2 — 24

Parma 11 10 8 7 — 36

Bonners Ferry: B. Blackmore 0, Skeen 2, Pluid 2, Villelli 0, Wenk 2, Burt 0, Bateman 11, Ansley 5, Liermann 0, Ram 0, E. Blackmore 2.

Parma: Richards 0, D. Condie 2, Hoyt 0, Morgan 0, G. Jackson 0, Hancock 2, S. Jackson 22, Weber 0, Harris 8, B. Condie 0, Contreras 0, Johnson 2.

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