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2024 Idaho High School Boys Basketball State Tournament: Day Three Recaps (Consolation)
Who brought home third place and consolation trophies from state?
Published: 3/2/2024 8:49:36 PM
Marlowe Hereford
Contributing Writer
 

 




5A Third Place Game | Madison 62, Coeur d’Alene 45

No. 4 seeded Madison scorched the nets, shooting 50% from the floor to win the third place trophy over No. 2 seeded Coeur d’Alene.

In a balanced effort, Luke Watson led the Bobcats with 16 points and picked up IdahoSports Player of the Game honors. Nash Humpherys was next in line with 15, while Berrett Wilson added 12. Carter Lerwill just missed out on double figures, finishing with nine points.

Coeur d’Alene’s Carter Rupp scored 16 points, while Logan Orchard added 14.

Madison finished their season with a 24-3 record. Coeur d’Alene finished at 21-5.


5A Consolation Final | Lake City 66, Capital 59

No. 7 seeded Lake City came from behind in the second half to claim the consolation trophy over No. 5 seeded Capital after 11 lead changes and one tie.

Lake City trailed 32-25 at halftime before scoring 24 points in the third quarter. The teams combined to make 20 3-pointers in the game.

IdahoSports Player of the Game Reese Strawn had 17 points, four rebounds and six assists while Cason Miller added 18 points, three rebounds and four assists and Josh Watson had a double-double of 10 points and 13 rebounds and five assists for Lake City (18-10).

Mekhi Dorrell had 16 points and nine rebounds and David McNamara added 11 points and six rebounds for Capital (18-10).


4A Third Place Game | Bishop Kelly 59, Ridgevue 45

Just over a week after No. 4 seeded Ridgevue defeated No. 3 seeded Bishop Kelly in the District 3 championship game, the Knights (20-6) turned the tables in the 4A Third Place Game.

Ridgevue (16-9) hung tough, but 22 turnovers ultimately doomed the Warhawks.

IdahoSports Player of the Game Will Green led BK with 16 points and six rebounds. Owen Kane and Mason Suboh-Meuret each added ten points.

Tucker Tiddens scored 16 points and pulled down 13 rebounds in a double-double effort for the Warhawks.


4A Consolation Final | Twin Falls 62, Blackfoot 58

After trailing No. 7 seeded Blackfoot by ten points in the second half, No. 5 seeded Twin Falls came roaring back, outscoring the Broncos 25-13 in the fourth quarter to earn the victory.

IdahoSports Player of the Game Jared Mix stuffed the stat sheet, finishing with 19 points, six rebounds, four assists and two steals. Logan Pittard added 14 points, and Ty Hess added 13.

Dax Whitney scored 12 to lead the Broncos.

Twin Falls capped their season at 17-11. Blackfoot finished at 12-15.


3A Third Place Game | Snake River 65, Marsh Valley 50

No. 7 seeded Kimberly shot 57.7 percent from the field for the game and claimd the consolation trophy over No. 8 seeded Homedale after eight lead changes and two ties.

No. 1 seeded Snake River rebounded from Friday’s semifinal loss to Teton by defeating No. 6 seeded Marsh Valley for the fifth time this season in the 3A Third Place Game.

IdahoSports Player of the Game Luke Higginson capped his Panthers career with a game-high 24 points, while junior Marcus Coombs tallied a double-double of 17 points and 11 rebounds.

Marsh Valley saw three players reach double figures in scoring. Paxton Belnap finished with 14, Justis Whitworth added 12, and Kaden Bullock scored ten points.

Snake River wrapped up their season at 23-3, while Marsh Valley finished 16-12.


3A Consolation Final | Kimberly 72, Homedale 51

No. 7 seeded Kimberly shot 57.7 percent from the field for the game and claimd the consolation trophy over No. 8 seeded Homedale after eight lead changes and two ties.

Kimberly led 44-25 at halftime, shooting 66.7 percent from the field in the first half.

IdahoSports Player of the Game Kasen Hammond had a double-double of 30 points and 10 rebounds for Kimberly (18-9) while Broden Anthony added 14 points, seven rebounds and six assists.

Danny Lomeli had 11 points, four rebounds and three assists while Luke Henry added 10 points, four rebounds and two assists for Homedale (10-15).




2A Third Place Game | Nampa Christian 61, West Side 58

No. 3 seeded Nampa Christian surged past No 5. seeded West Side to claim a three-point win and the third plce trophy. The Trojans outscored the Pirates 21-15 in the decisive fourth quarter.

Donovan Wiles poured in 22 points to pick up IdahoSports Player of the Game honors. Dylan O’Brien was right behind with 18 points for Nampa Christian (17-8).

Ivan Campbell finished one rebound shy of a double-double for West Side (16-11), registering 23 points and nine rebounds.


2A Consolation Final | North Fremont 52, Firth 46

No. 4 seeded North Fremont edged No. 7 seeded Firth in a battle of District 6 foes to claim the consolation trophy.

The Huskies, who trailed 23-20 at halftime, scored 21 points in the fourth quarter and ended the game shooting 42.5 percent from the field. Four lead changes and four ties occurred in the contest.

IdahoSports Player of the Game Karson Bohn had 13 points and five rebounds while Brady Allen added 15 points for North Fremont (19-5).

Michael Adams had 14 points, six rebounds and four assists and Eli Hyde added 14 points and eight rebounds for Firth (16-13).


1ADI Third Place Game | Potlatch 69, Butte County 57

No. 2 seeded Potlatch went 13-of-20 from the floor (65%) in the second half of play to pull away from No. 4 seeded Butte County in the Third Place Game.

IdahoSports Player of the Game Everett Lovell led all scorers with 28 points, while Jaxon Vowels added a double-double of 23 points and 15 rebounds for Potlatch (20-6).

Butte County (20-8) was paced by Brody Westergard’s 19 points. Braxton Gamett (16 points) and Rafe McAffee (14 points) also reached double figures for the Pirates.



1ADI Consolation Final | Victory Charter 70, Valley 61

IdahoSports Player of the Game Noah Palomares scored 27 points, had five rebounds and five assists and No. 8 seeded Victory Charter claimed the consolation trophy with a win over No. 7 seeded Valley.

The game had nine lead changes and eight ties. Victory Charter shot 44.2 percent from the field for the game while Valley had the edge on rebounding, 46-33.

Cody Luce added 16 points and five rebounds while Jett Wood had 11 points for Victory Charter (20-7).

Pedro Robles had 24 points and seven rebounds, Daniel Juarez had a double-double of 14 points and 12 rebounds and Nathan Christensen had 12 points and six rebounds for Valley, which ends the season 18-8.


1ADII Third Place Game | Cascade 55, Garden Valley 42

In an all-District 3 battle, No. 5 seeded Cascade outscored No. 3 seeded Garden Valley 30-11 in the second half of play to earn the third place trophy.

IdahoSports Player of the Game Sam Huckaby scored 16 points to lead the Ramblers (19-7). Cole Olsen added 12 points and seven rebounds, while Tyler Thurston notched ten points and seven boards.

Garden Valley (22-4) was led by Tacoma Kelly’s 18 points.


1ADII Consolation Final | Rockland 46, Watersprings 33

No. 4 seeded Rockland defeated No. 6 seeded Watersprings for the third time this season to claim the consolation trophy at Caldwell High School.

After leading 15-9 at halftime, the Bulldogs poured in 21 points in the third quarter. Rockland shot 45.9 percent from the field for the game and outrebounded Watersprings 37-17.

IdahoSports Player of the Game Teague Matthews had a massive double-double to end the season, getting 14 points and 20 rebounds for Rockland (21-5).

Ryan Demkowics had eight points to lead Watersprings, which ends the season 20-7.





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