Here are the final stats for the boys 5A Southern Idaho Conference for the regular season. Again, a huge thanks to Steve Schroeder for all his hard work this year and all the years he’s been doing this!
Things that really stand out include:
Mountain View and Borah finished tied for the top spot (which Borah gets the tie breaker as they won their head to head match up). Mountain View was the top offensive . . . → Read More: Boys 5A SIC stats (regular season)
Six teams are still in the hunt for the Southern Idaho Conference (SIC) title and eight teams still have a chance to finish in the top five and get an automatic spot in the district tournament.
Borah and Capital are the top two defensive teams while Centennial and Mountain View are putting up the most points in conference play. Vallivue has surpassed the 300 3-point field goal attempt mark yet they are still in the . . . → Read More: Boys 5A SIC Statistics (through January 31)
Here are the statistics for the 5A Southern Idaho Conference boys, thanks again to Steve Schroeder.
Only 2.5 games separate first and fifth place. But, when it comes to qualifying for state, the more interesting look is at the race for fifth place. Remember, the top 5 teams automatically qualify for the district tournament. The bottom 6 teams have a single elimination play-in game to get into the district tournament. Boise, Vallivue, Eagle and Rocky . . . → Read More: Boys 5A SIC Player Stats (through January 24)
Steve Schroeder has sent out this week’s 5A Boys SIC stats.
Borah continues to dominate on defense (46.5 ppg) while Centennial keeps putting up big numbers (61.9 ppg) including two players that are in the top 5 in scoring.
Percifield (Mountain View), Huskic (Centennial) and Wright (Borah) remain a top the three big leader boards. Percifield is also in the top 10 in field goal percentage, 3-pt percentage and free throw percentage. Luedtke (Mountain View) . . . → Read More: 5A Boys SIC Stats (through January 17, 2011)
2010 basketball in Idaho seemed to be a year of milestones. Whether it was wins, titles or moving to the next level, the achievements below were certainly worthy of conversation. There were some other great stories out there as well but didn’t quite make the cut (here’s a couple). Thank you for all your emails, comments and suggestions.
Here are your candidates (in no particular order). Read a bit, do a little research, form your . . . → Read More: Vote for the 2010 Idaho Basketball Story of the Year
Here are some updated stats for the Boys 5A SIC. Another big thanks to Steve Schroeder.
The conference standings are tight, with 7 teams within 2 games of each other at the top.
Individually, the three leaders remain the same, as they did last week in scoring, rebounds and assists. But, we are starting to see some players that have been steady from the beginning of the season starting to creep on to and up . . . → Read More: Boys 5A SIC Statistics through January 10, 2011
This week’s stats are out, courtesy of Steve Schroeder.
The top 3 individual performers remain the same with Percifield (Mountain View) on top of scoring (21.4 ppg), Huskic (Centennial) on top of rebounding (10.3 rpg) and Wright (Borah) on top of assists (5.4 apg) Luedtke (Mountain View) is becoming a defensive factor inside averaging a league Mountain View’s shooting percentage is at the top of the list at 47.0% Timberline is holding league . . . → Read More: Boys 5A SIC Stats (through Jan 3, 2011)
The end of the year is always a time of reflection. For the last two years, starting in 2008, we have put together a few of the top Idaho basketball stories and let you vote on your favorite story of the year.
This year, we want to open it up to you and let you nominate your favorite story. The top stories will be put to a vote.
If you know of a story that . . . → Read More: 2010 Story of the Year
Here is a list of players from Idaho that are currently on college rosters. If you know of any players that are unaccounted for, please list them. If you see an error, please list that too. Their high school is in parenthesis and if they played for Idaho Select.
A quick summary here shows 93 players; 2 professionals, 43 four year schools (8 Division I, 4 Division II, 3 Division III, 28 NAIA) and 48 . . . → Read More: Idaho high school boys on college rosters – 2010