It wasn’t pretty at Centennial High School Tuesday night, but in the end the Patriots gutted out a 49-40 win over the previously unbeaten Mountain View Mavericks. The game was a ugly to start but we were able learn some things about both teams in this early conference match up.
For Mountain View we know the Brandon Luedtke is their main guy. They’re going to consistently look for him inside and let him either try . . . → Read More: Pats pass first loss to Mavericks
Here is a preview of each team in the 5A Southern Idaho Conference . . . → Read More: 5A Southern Idaho Conference Preview
This is part 3 of 4 state tournament previews Idaho Falls vs. Mountain View 6:15 PM at the Idaho Center
McCarthy's move to point turned season around
This is probably the second best match up of the first round for the 5A classification. Both teams have a great back story and the individual match ups are intriguing as well.
Idaho Falls (13-11) is headed back to state for the first time since 2003. They . . . → Read More: State Tourney Preview – Idaho Falls vs. Mountain View
In one of the biggest match ups of the year, it was the #4 ranked Mountain View Mavericks that made a case for a higher ranking with a 67-47 win over the #2 ranked Centennial Patriots, completing a season sweep.
Despite the lopsided final score, the Patriots came ready early and finished the first quarter with a 16-8 lead. But you got the feeling that the Mavericks were waiting in the weeds, looking for their . . . → Read More: #2 Centennial at #4 Mountain View Recap
This Thursday night at Mountain View High School, one of the most anticipated rematches of the season will take place when the #3 ranked Centennial Patriots (11-2, 9-2) visit the #4 ranked Mountain View Mavericks (10-4, 8-4).
The match up features several of the top players in the conference and in the state. In conference play, the Maverick’s senior guard Tyson Percifield is the top scorer at 20.8 ppg while shooting over 50% from the . . . → Read More: The state’s #3 and #4 ranked teams rematch Thursday in Meridian
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)