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Championship Recap | 2020 Girls State Basketball
Keep up to date with our round-by-round recap of this year's state tournament
Published: 2/19/2020 3:55:46 PM

Championship Round

5A State Championship | Mountain View 55, Timberline 49

When they needed it most, momentum flooded the Mountain View end of the court. 

And just when an eight-game, 12-year winning drought against the Mavericks seemed to be over, Timberline’s hopes evaporated into the high ceilings of the Ford Idaho Center. 

From Laila Saenz’ pair of treys in the final two minutes to Naya Ojukwu’s team-high 23 points, nothing was denying the Mavericks a shot at redemption after falling in last year’s state championship to Eagle. 

“Just happy we came back and won it after last year,” Ojukwu said. “They deserved this, our seniors.”

The Wolves made it close, attempting to win their first title since 2003. But despite Ava Ranson putting up 24 points, 19 of which came in the second half, Mountain View’s outside shooting finally proved too much in the final minutes. 

But those few treys came late, as the Mavericks missed all five of their attempted 3s in the first half, and the only outside shots made by Mountain View came via Saenz with the clock ticking down. 

“In our heads, we thought we were going to win,” Okukwu said.


4A State Championship | Bonneville 54, Century 39

For the first time, the Bees are perfect.

Not once all season did an opponent get the best of Bonneville, and for the first time since 2009, the Bees can call themselves state champions. 

Sadie Lott and a can’t-quit Bonneville offense knocked off the defending state champion Diamondbacks, thanks to a combined 45 points from Lott (24), Makayla Sorensen (11) and Sage Leishman (10). 

“I can’t even describe how good it feels,” Lott said. “We run, that’s our main focus.”

Century held their own for most of the game, ending the first half matching Bonneville blow-for-blow.

But a tied halftime score of 23 was promptly erased. The Bees shot an improved 50% from the field after the break, where Lott accrued 14 of her points. 

The title seemed a long time coming for Bonneville, who after a perfect regular season a year ago, failed to reach the state tournament after two straight losses in districts.

“I’m getting chills,” Lott said. “27-0, that’s hard to do.”

3A State Championship | Timberlake 42, Snake River 32

In a matchup dominated by the Tigers, it was Snake River’s Josee Steadman who shone brightest, taking the 3A record for most 3-pointers in a tournament with 15. 

Ironically, Taryn Soumas of Timberlake set the record with 13 in last year’s tournament. Soumas, only a junior, finished the game scoring 16 points. 

“I was just trying to play in the now,” Steadman said. “I knew it was going in as soon as I shot it. But I wasn’t thinking about records.”

The Panthers had an abysmal start to the game offensively, notching just nine points in the first half. But as Snake River’s persistence began to wear the Tigers down, the Panthers crept within 10 midway through the fourth quarter. 

But an eight-minute final period proved too short to make way for a miracle, as Timberlake hoisted its net-laden trophy under the lights of the Ford Idaho Center. 

“I just went out and played with my team. We did our job,” Soumas said.

2A State Championship | Soda Springs 67, Cole Valley 56

What started as a back-and-forth shootout slowly turned in a showcase of Soda’s years-long dominance in 2A play.

And as time started to work against a trailing Cole Valley, the Cardinals’ Sadie Gronning took to the basket again and again. Whether it be at the line, beyond the arc or in the paint, Gronning seemed incapable of a misfire. 

Soda Springs’ unquestionable leader finished the first half shooting three-for-five from downtown, accumulating 13 points without even trying a two-point field goal. But as the game wore on, Gronning made the Chargers pay inside, finishing with 31 points, six from inside and 16 from the line. 

“It’s a bunch of joy and a little bit of sadness,” Gronning said. “But it’s mostly joy. I’m going to remember the family, the bond that every team had. We’re a family, and you can tell.”

And with 13 seconds left and the Cardinals ahead 67-55, Gronning reached out to an opposing player, willingly fouling out to cap off a lights-out night. 

“I had to let my teammates get a little bit more glory on the floor,” Gronning said through tears. “That’s one of the most important things; making sure my teammates get that same experience I had.”

1ADI State Championship | Lapwai 46, Prairie 40

On the hunt for their fourth championship in six years, the Wildcats put forth a tour de force fourth-quarter 20-point performance to secure a state title, a state-record 10th.

Lapwai’s sinister sister combination of Glory and Grace Sobotta accounted for 31 points and 13 rebounds. 

“This is all of our first state championship,” Grace said. “This was our No. 1 goal.”

On nearly every offensive possession, the Wildcats moved the ball with ease, with quick passing and backdoor cuts keeping the Pirates on their heels for most of the game. Glory credited a sister-sixth-sense for how well she and Grace worked together on the court.

“We’ve played together for a long time, pretty much the whole time we’ve been playing basketball,” Glory said. “We just know what we’re going to do.”

Madison Shears ended her impressive offensive run in the tournament, scoring a team-high 13 points for Prairie. The Pirates did their best work on that end of the court in the second quarter, scoring 17 points, but the constant defensive intensity of the Wildcats throttled offensive production in the third quarter, where Prairie only scored six.

1ADII State Championship | Rockland 45, Carey 30

Never had the Rockland Bulldogs hoisted a state championship trophy.

But thanks to the heroics of Madalyn Permann and her 20 points and nine rebounds, Rockland etched their name into Bulldog history.

“Words can’t describe what I’m feeling,” Permann said. “We made history and I’m so proud of my team.”

Perman ended with a split 10 points in each half, coming just one board away from a double-double. Kiersley Boyer followed up with 15 points, 10 of which coming in the first half, rounding out an efficient morning offensively for Rockland. 

On the other end of the court, the Panthers struggled from beyond the arc, shooting just 6% compared to the Bulldogs’ 25%. Kylie Wood, a force to be reckoned with on offense and defense for most of the tournament, put up 15 points and seven defensive rebounds. But with Berniece Vargas’ six points being the next highest total for Carey, the Panthers just couldn’t keep up down the stretch. 

“I noticed they were playing really tight on us, so we utilized that screen, looked for our posts and drove right to the basket,” Permann said. “We worked hard for this, we deserve this. We gave it everything we got.”

Third Place Final Scores

Eagle 59, Rocky Mountain 57 (OT)

Betsey King (23 pts)

Caldwell 44, Sandpoint 29

Jade Martinez (15 pts)

Parma 53, Filer 45

Grace Jackson (18 pts, 12/12 ft)

Melba 35, Declo 26

Kate Clark (12 pts, 4 reb)

Grace 52, Genesee 39

Maniah Clegg (13 pts, 3 ast, 4 st, 6 blk)

Ti-Valley 45, Salmon River 43

Lauryn Mitchell (16 pts, 8 reb)

Consolation Final Scores

Boise 54, Post Falls 44

Peyton McFarland (16 pts)

Burley 56, Blackfoot 43

Kelsie Pope (22 pts, 4 reb)

Sugar-Salem 68, Teton 39

Hailey Harris (20 pts, 8 reb, 6/8 fg)

New Plymouth 40, Bear Lake 38

Alyssa Christensen (20 pts, 10 reb, 7/14 fg)

Raft River 49, Rimrock 45

Kamri Ottley (12 pts, 7 dreb)

Lighthouse 52, Mackay 46

Laurens Gomez (17 pts, 3 reb, 4 ast)





Round 2


Mountain View 60, Eagle 36

The Mavericks shot out to an astounding 25-7 first-quarter lead, essentially ending Eagle’s chances of a repeat state championship.

The rematch of last year’s title game quickly turned into a route, as Mountain View shot efficiently from anywhere on the court, making 40% of its shots from beyond the arc and 80% from the free-throw line. The Mustangs, conversely, struggled offensively all night, going just 14.3% from 3. 

Lalla Saenz led in scoring for the Mavericks, notching 17 points, shooting four-for-five from inside the arc. 

Mountain View advances to the state championship game against Timberline 8 p.m. Saturday in the Ford Idaho Center. 

Timberline 62, Rocky Mountain 56

The Wolves stormed through the first half with ease against the Grizzlies, outscoring their opponent 17-5 in the first quarter.

But Rocky refused to be kicked from the tournament so easily, coming within inches of a miraculous comeback, aided by Marli Reed’s five 3-pointers. 

But mental mistakes on offense cost Rocky down the stretch, as the Grizzlies missed crucial shots in the game’s final seconds before Timberline took to the free-throw line to extend its lead.

Timberline’s Ava Ranson finished with 21 points and a perfect three-for-three from beyond the arc, capping off an efficient offensive night for the Wolves. 

Timberline advances to the 5A state championship against Mountain View 8 p.m. Saturday in the Ford Idaho Center.


Century 47, Caldwell 28

In a battle of one-woman shows, Century’s Lexi Bull and Caldwell’s Jade Martinez went head to head, both scoring double digits.

But Bull’s double-double with 19 points and 14 rebounds put the nail in the coffin for Caldwell’s season, as the Diamondbacks punched their ticket to yet another state championship game.

Century will look to repeat their title from a year ago against an undefeated Bonneville squad 6 p.m. Saturday in the Ford Idaho Center.

Bonneville 48, Sandpoint 26

The Bees are on a collision course with arguably the other stellar team in 4A play after sliding past the Bulldogs in the semifinals. 

Sadie Lott recorded an eye-popping 24 points, nearly four times as much as any Sandpoint player. Lott and the Bees were deadly accurate all game, with a shooting percentage of 45% compared to Sandpoint’s 37%.

Bonneville meets Century for an Eastern Idaho championship showdown 6 p.m. Saturday in the Ford Idaho Center. 


Snake River 62, Parma 45

Josee Steadman approached the doorstep of history against Filer, recording her 12th 3-pointer of the tournament, one shy of the record.

Steadman, as usual, led her team in points with 24 while also tacking on a team-high nine defensive rebounds. 

The Panthers will take on Timberlake 3:50 p.m. Saturday in the Ford Idaho Center, where Steadman will likely take the tournament record.

Timberlake 66, Parma 35

Speaking of history, Brooke Jessen came just a handful of buckets away from the 3A record for most points in a game. Her 28 helped elevate the Tigers past the Panthers and into the state championship, as Jessen shot 12-for-17 from the paint, coming 10 points shy of the record.

Timberlake faces off against Snake River 3:50 p.m. Saturday in the Ford Idaho Center.


Soda Springs 49, Melba 41

The unbeatable Cardinals possessed not one, but two aces up their sleeves in Sadie Gronning and Jorianne Balls. The pair combined for 36 points, with Gronning (20 pts) leading the charge. 

The Cardinals also proved nearly perfect on the line, missing just two of their 21 free throws.

Soda Springs looks to cap off its perfect season against Cole Valley 1:40 p.m. Saturday in the Ford Idaho Center. 

Cole Valley 47, Declo 32

Ellie Frass tallied 19 points for the Chargers, as Cole Valley surged past the Hornets, shooting 33% from beyond the arc.

Cole Valley looks to take home a state title against Soda Springs 1:40 p.m. Saturday in the Ford Idaho Center. 


Prairie 47, Grace 42

Madison Shears did most of her work inside the paint, nailing only one bucket from 3 en route to her 20-point performance. The Pirate defense also held Grace to single digits in both the first and fourth quarters, finishing a dominating performance in the 1ADI semifinals. 

The Pirates advance to the title game against Lapwai 11:30 a.m. Saturday in the Ford Idaho Center. 

Lapwai 60, Genesee 49

Like a monster from mythology, just when the Bulldogs seemed to have cut off the head of the Wildcat beast, another two sprouted in its place. 

While KC Lussoro recorded the team-high 16 points, Julia Gould made an impact with eight total rebounds, while Omari Mitchell and Lauren Gould accounted for 12 and eight points respectively. 

The Wildcats will take on Prairie for the state championship 11:30 a.m. Saturday in the Ford Idaho Center. 


Rockland 44, Salmon River 28

Madalyn Permann might have struggled from 3 (one-for-four) but she did just enough for the Bulldogs inside the paint, notching 16 points and three assists. The Savages, meanwhile, struggled from deep, making just a single trey on the afternoon. 

Rockland moves on to the 1ADII championship against Carey 9:30 a.m. Saturday in the Ford Idaho Center.

Carey 55, Tri-Valley 48

Berenice Vargas and Noelia Cruz each tallied 10 points for the Panthers, while Kylie Wood recorded a team-high 27 points and eight rebounds. 

Carey looks to take on Rockland in the state championship 9:30 a.m. Saturday in the Ford Idaho Center. 

Consolation Final Scores


Boise 63, Coeur d’Alene 41
Peyton McFarland (16 pts, 9 reb, 5 blk)

Post Falls 69, Rigby 53
Capri Sims (14 pts, 4 reb, 11 pts in 2nd half)


Blackfoot 42, Preston 32
Hadley Humphreys (11 pts, 9 reb)

Burley 43, Middleton 18
Amari Whiting (29 pts, 9 reb)


Teton 61, Fruitland 39
Cambrie Streit (21 pts, 5/5 from 3)

Sugar-Salem 75, Kimberly 32
Mardee Fillmore (31 pts, 13 reb)


New Plymouth 42, Grangeville 39
Alyssa Christensen (15 pts, 10 reb)

Bear Lake 45, Ririe 39 (OT)
Kalisha Parker (6 pts, 16 reb)


Raft River 43, Liberty Charter 41
Alexis Gardiner (Game-winning 3pt, first points of tournament)

Rimrock 54, Riverstone 25
Sintia Varela (15 pts, 8 reb)


Lighthouse 52, Kendrick 46
Kynlee Thorton (22 pts, 8 reb, 6 blk)

Mackay 49, Lakeside 41
Riley Moore (10 pts, 7 reb)



Round 1


Eagle 50, Coeur d'Alene 49

The Mustangs put up 17 points in the fourth quarter, led by Betsey King’s 23-point performance on the game. King also finished with nine defensive rebounds. 

No one on the Vikings could match King’s intensity, with Skylar Burke notching 12 points for the Vikings. But despite the spread-out offensive production, the Vikings led Eagle heading into halftime. But the Mustangs outscored Coeur d’Alene 16-8 in the third, sparking the comeback. 

Eagle moves on to Round 2, where the Mustangs will face Mountain View 6:15 p.m. Friday. 

Mountain View 64, Boise 51

Despite fielding five players, the Mavericks really only needed two. 

Junior guard Trinity Slocum and senior guard Laila Saenz did just about everything in Mountain View's win over Boise, scoring 25 and 22 points, respectively. Slocum also led her team in rebounds with five. 

The Mavericks advance to Round 2, where they will face Eagle 6:15 p.m. Friday.

Boise will take on Coeur d’Alene 1:15 p.m. Friday in the consolation bracket. 

Rocky Mountain 53, Rigby 49

Were the Grizzlies still bitter about the Trojans knocking out the Rocky Mountain football team in last fall’s state football tournament? Who’s to say.

But one thing’s for sure, the triad of senior forward Annagail Smith, senior guard Jada Reed and sophomore guard Marli Reed proved absolutely lethal in Game 3 of the 5A state tournament. 

The trio each turned in 11-point performances, with Smith accounting for 10 of her team’s 33 rebounds. 

The Grizzlies move on to face Timberline 8 p.m. Friday. Rigby will meet Post Falls in the consolation bracket 3 p.m. Friday. 

Timberline 50, Post Falls 29

Senior point guard Ava Ranson notched 13 points, and sophomore center Sophie Glancey followed suit with 10 in a lopsided victory over Post Falls. Both proved efficient from beyond the arc, with the pair each shooting 6-for-8 from 3. 

Timberline squares off against Rocky Mountain 8 p.m. Friday, while Post Falls plays Rigby 3 p.m. Friday. 


Caldwell 49, Preston 45

The Cougars snuck past the Indians in a close contest, led by the 17 points of junior forward Courtney Williams, who was a perfect five-for-five from the field.

Senior forward Cassee Pugmire led the Indians in almost every statistical category with 12 points and 11 rebounds. 

Caldwell takes on Century 6:15 p.m. Friday for Round 2, while Preston will fight its way through the consolation bracket, starting with Blackfoot at 1:15 p.m. Friday. 

Century 36, Blackfoot 34 (OT)

If it weren't for the efforts of senior Kassidy Gardea, the Diamondbacks might have been looking down the barrel of a consolation bracket run. But thanks to her team-high 17 points, Century lives another day after an overtime scare against the Broncos. Gardea nailed both her free throws in overtime with just a single second on the clock, sealing away the victory. 

Down 19-16, the Diamonds did just enough in the final period, outscoring Blackfoot 10-13 in the fourth quarter and 7-5 in overtime. The Diamondbacks now have their eyes set on Caldwell, with Friday's Round 2 matchup scheduled for 6:15 p.m. 

Junior Tenleigh Smith led Blackfoot in scoring with 10 points, shooting 50% from the field. The Broncos play Preston 1:15 p.m. Friday. 

Sandpoint 40, Burley 39

In a defensive showcase, just two players on either team managed to reach double digits, with senior point guard Dawson Driggs of Sandpoint scoring 10 and freshman Amari Whiting scoring 13 for Burley.

The Bobcats made things interesting after a flat third quarter, shortening Sandpoint’s largest lead of the night of 13 points to just one by the time the final buzzer sounded. Burley outscored the Bulldogs 17-7 in the fourth, but it wasn’t enough to overcome a 17-6 third-quarter effort by Sandpoint. 

Sandpoint moves on to a meeting with undefeated Bonneville 8 p.m. Friday. Burley plays Middleton 3 p.m. Friday in the consolation bracket.

Bonneville 53, Middleton 43

The Bees preserved their winning streak, extending an already perfect season into Round 2 of the state tournament. Junior point guard Sydnee Hunt took over the court, scoring 24 points. Hunt was accompanied by fellow Killer Bees Sadie Lott (13 pts) and Sage Leishman (12 pts). 

Bonneville will attempt to extend their streak against Sandpoint 8 p.m. Friday, while Middleton heads to the consolation bracket for a game against Burley 3 p.m. Friday. 


Snake River 56, Fruitland 44

Junior guard Josee Steadman came just one trey away from etching her name in the record books, nailing seven 3-pointers, tying the 3A state tournament record for most in a game. Steadman finished with 25 points, twice that of any player from either team. She also shut out the first half going five-for-five from 3. 

Senior guard Lilly Richins led Fruitland with 12 points as the Grizzlies struggled offensively, shooting 36% from the field. 

The Panthers advance to the state semifinals, where they'll take on Filer 6:15 p.m. Friday. Meanwhile, Fruitland will take on Teton 1:15 p.m. Friday in the state consolation bracket. 

Filer 55, Teton 52 (OT)

Senior point guard Waklee Kunz lit up Middleton High School's court, but her 22-point performance wasn't enough to elevate the Redskins past Filer in Round 1. Down three points, senior Annalea Brown hit a game-tying shot with just 7 seconds remaining, sending the game into overtime with both teams knotted at 49. 

But Filer's offense kicked back into high-gear in the extra period, led by a triad of studs in sophomore point guard Alexis Monson (13 pts), junior center Ella Fischer (14 pts) and junior forward Jazmyn Smothers (14 pts). 

The Wildcats advance to Round 2 and will face Snake River 6:15 p.m. Friday. Teton will play Fruitland in the consolation bracket 1:15 p.m. Friday. 

Timberlake 45, Sugar-Salem 40 (2OT)

If Game 3 didn’t provide enough drama, a double-overtime duel between the Diggers and Tigers gave fans more than enough to keep them on the edge of their seats.

Taryn Soumas led Timberlake in scoring with 15 points, but it was Taylor Suko who provided the highlight of the game, nailing the 3-pointer that sent the game into double-overtime. 

The Tigers will face Parma in Round 2 8 p.m. Friday. Sugar-Salem heads to the consolation bracket for a game against Kimberly 3 p.m. Friday. 

Parma 51, Kimberly 38

Adyson Harris put the Panthers on her back in the final 3A game of the night, scoring 23 points, with all but one of her buckets inside the paint. 

Annie and Meg Walker kept the Bulldogs competitive for most of the game with their combined 21 points, but the Kimberly defense imploded in the fourth quarter. Parma’s offense caught fire in the final minutes, outscoring Kimberly 20-6. 

Parma advances to Friday’s 8 p.m. game against Timberlake. Kimberly will look to take on Sugar-Salem 3 p.m. Friday in the consolation bracket. 


Soda Springs 49, New Plymouth 30

The Cardinal’s streak against in-state opponents stood its state tournament test, with Soda Springs set up for a third-straight semifinals appearance. 

Sadie Gronning and Jorianne Balls led Soda Springs with 15 and 13 points, respectively. Gronning also led her team in rebounds with eight. 

The Cardinals move on to play Melba 6:15 p.m. Friday. The Pilgrims will take on Grangeville 1:15 p.m. Friday.

Melba 56, Grangeville 43

Two straight 18-point quarters in the second and third made the difference for the Mustangs in their victory over Grangeville. Melba also made twice as many baskets from 3, with Kate Clark leading the charge from deep with four treys and a team-high 16 points. 

Melba advances to Round 2 against Soda Springs 6:15 p.m. Friday. Grangeville takes on New Plymouth 1:15 p.m. Friday. 

Cole Valley 47, Bear Lake 40

The Chargers’ Big Three proved electric against the Bears, with Savannah Khoury, Anna Veeck and Madeline Cooke combining for 42 of the team’s 47 points. Khoury led the team in rebounds with eight, six of which coming on the defensive end of the floor. 

Cole Valley moves on to play Declo 8 p.m. Friday, while Bear Lake faces Ririe 3 p.m. Friday.

Declo 40, Ririe 36

Both the Bulldogs and Hornets traded blows in the second half, with both teams almost doubling their opponent’s score in each of the final two quarters. But Declo’s 15-9 fourth quarter was just enough to give the Hornets the edge, thanks in large part to Kate Mallory’s 14 points.

The Hornets play Cole Valley Friday at 8 p.m., while Ririe squares off against Bear Lake 3 p.m Friday. 


Prairie 45, Raft River 35

Junior guard Madison Shears led the Pirates with 13 points in Prairie's Round 1 victory over Raft River. 

While the two kept it close in the first half, with just a one-point separation between the two, Prairie pulled ahead in the final two periods. The Pirates outscored the Trojans 30-18 in the second half.

Prairie advances to take on Grace 6:15 p.m. Friday. In the consolation bracket, Raft River will face Liberty Charter 1:15 p.m. Friday. 

Grace 46, Liberty Charter 34

The deadly pair of senior guard Breanna Hill and junior center Maniah Clegg proved too much for Liberty Charter. The duo scored 17 and 18 points apiece, respectively, moving the Grizzlies on to Round 2. 

Grace takes on Prairie 6:15 p.m. Friday in the state semifinals. Liberty Charter will transition to the consolation bracket, with a matchup against Raft River 1:15 p.m. Friday.  

Lapwai 63, Riverstone 23

In the day’s most lopsided affair, Lapwai surprisingly only had two players reach double digits, with Grace Sobotta scoring 14 and KC Lussoro scoring 13.

The Wildcats advance to play Genesee 8 p.m. Friday, while Riverstone will face Rimrock 3 p.m. Friday. 

Genesee 85, Rimrock 44

In both the second and third quarters, Genesee doubled the Raiders’ offensive production, creating a deficit Rimrock just couldn’t overcome in the final period. 

Bailey Leseman led in scoring for Genesee with 16 points on the night, adding four defensive rebounds. 

Genesee will play Lapwai in Round 2 8 p.m. Friday. Rimrock will head to the consolation bracket and face Riverstone 3 p.m. Friday. 


Salmon River 47, Lighthouse Christian 38

The Savages did just enough in the second half to preserve their lead, exactly matching Lighthouse’s 10 third-quarter points and 13 fourth-quarter points. 

Salmon River’s Lotus Harper was the scoring leader for both teams, notching 19 on the night with eight rebounds, spending 31 minutes on the floor for a Savage team with just one bench player.

Salmon River plays Rockland 1:15 p.m. Friday, while Lighthouse plays Kendrick in the consolation bracket 6:15 p.m. Friday. 

Rockland 59, Kendrick 47

Kiersley Beyer, Madalyn Permann and Ember Farr put in the work on the hardwood against the Tigers, scoring 15, 14 and 16 points, respectively. Farr also proved to be a force under the basket, recording nine boards, with six on offense.

Rockland plays Salmon River 1:15 p.m. Friday. Kendrick plays Lighthouse 6:15 p.m. Friday. 

Tri-Valley 46, Lakeside 22

The Tri-Valley defense held Lakeside to single-digit quarters three out of four times in Round 1, while Emma Hollon and Josey Jones combined for 30 points. 

Tri-Valley advances to Round 2 and plays Carey 3 p.m. Friday. Lakeside will play Mackay 8 p.m. Friday in the consolation bracket.

Carey 42, Mackay 39

The Panthers overcame a dismal 5-point third quarter, putting up 16 points in the fourth, 10 points more than Mackay. Kylie Wood doubled all other players’ offensive production with 22 points on the night. 

Carey squares off against Tri-Valley 3 p.m. Friday, while Mackay plays Lakeside 8 p.m. Friday. 

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