Congratulations to all the Southern Idaho Conference players that were selected to the all-conference teams. The following are all-conference players that played for Idaho Select this past summer and/or spring (2010). In all Idaho Select had 2 Players of the Year, 5 first team players, 4 second team players, 3 honorable mentions and 9 all academic players.
5A Player of the Year – Tyson Percifield (Mountain View)
First team: Faruk Huskic (Centennial), Marcus Graham (Timberline), . . . → Read More: Idaho Select SIC All-Conference Players
Jensen (Capital) scores 21 but 37 points from Maffey, Manning and Huskic get Centennial the win; Bruneel (Rocky Mountain) puts up double-double (23 points, 10 rebounds) in win over Vallivue; Percifield (Mountain View) drops 37 points on Boise in win; Gillmor (Eagle) scores 14 in convincing win over Caldwell
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That’s really the only way to describe the first half on Friday night. Both teams struggled to get anything going on offense. The most exciting parts of the half were a 60′ buzzer beater by Timberline’s Marcus Graham in the first quarter, a buzzer beater by Capital’s Greg Jensen to end the half and an unintentional (but monsterous) elbow delivered by Jordan Feeney to teammate Timofey Rezonovich. Rezonovich would return in the third quarter.
. . . → Read More: Timberline at Capital Recap (1/21/11)
Bruneel leads CSI past Eastern Utah with 16 points
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Bruneel leads Rocky with 18 points, 8 boards; Duncan (Boise) scores 15 points, dishes 8 assists in win over Vallivue; Vanderweil scores 15 for Cole Valley but Nebeker‘s 18 points leads Melba to win
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Graham‘s (Timberline) double-double (18 points, 11 rebounds) not enough against Borah; Jensen‘s (Capital) 23 points not enough against Mountain View and Percifield‘s 28; Huskic (Centennial) scores . . . → Read More: Idaho Select Player News (January 15, 2011)