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Shadle Park’s Robby Douglas has boosted his scoring average to 19.1 points per game this season. (Dan Pell)
Shadle Park’s Robby Douglas has boosted his scoring average to 19.1 points per game this season. (Dan Pell)

A few things to link to here. Click the tab below.

Robby Douglas of Shadle Park is pictured above.

First, thanks for being patient. We're making the transition from two prep writers to one now that Mike Vlahovich has retired. We're treading in different water (and I don't swim well as it is!). But we're going to make this work in time. I'll have lots of help from my teammates from season to season.

So as I continue to learn a new landscape, here's the menu for today's prep page:

A feature on Shadle Park senior hoops standout Robby Douglas.

My column about Rogers High School bracing for move back to 4A.

A notebook with a look at how GSL and 5A IEL basketball teams fared head to head.

A roundup of wrestling and basketball results, including Central Valley/Ferris grapplers.

Here's a link to the first Associated Press boys and girls basketball rankings (Rene Ferran of the Tri-City Herald posted them on his blog). I'll try to figure out how to link to them on our site at some point.

Below, I cut and paste the Idaho boys and girls media basketball rankings. I'll try to figure out a better way to this as well in the future.



Idaho

Boys basketball rankings

 

First-place votes in parentheses.

Records are through Tuesday.

 

5A

  1. Eagle (5) 10-1 40
  2. Madison (3) 10-1 37
  3. Post Falls (1) 11-2 26
  4. Coeur d’Alene 11-2 16
  5. Timberline 9-2 11

Others receiving votes: Vallivue 3, Borah 1, Lake City 1.

 

4A

  1. Skyview (9) 9-1 45
  2. Twin Falls 9-1 36
  3. Moscow 9-2 24
  4. Middleton 7-2 13
  5. Hillcrest 7-3 8

Others receiving votes: Jerome 7, Minico 2.

 

3A

  1. Sugar-Salem (6) 9-1 42
  2. Priest River (3) 7-3 29
  3. Fruitland 8-3 28
  4. Weiser 8-2 10
  5. Snake River 8-2 8

Others receiving votes: McCall-Donnelly 6, Shelley 5, Salmon 3, Filer 2, St. Maries 2.

 

2A

  1. Glenns Ferry (9) 10-1 45
  2. Kamiah 7-3 23
  3. Declo 7-2 19
  4. Firth 6-5 15
  5. West Side 6-3 12

Others receiving votes: Soda Springs 10, Melba 7, Cole Valley Christian 2, Aberdeen 1, New Plymouth 1.

 

1A Division I

  1. Prairie (3) 10-1 37
  2. Troy (5) 7-3 34
  3. Castleford (2) 7-1 27
  4. Shoshone 8-1 18
  5. Raft River 6-3 10

Others receiving votes: Genesee 7, Horseshoe Bend 1, Lewis County 1.

 

1A Division II

  1. Carey (6) 8-1 40
  2. Mackay (2) 7-1 37
  3. Nezperce 7-2 18
  4. Murtaugh 6-1 17
  5. Richfield (1) 2-4 9

Others receiving votes: North Gem 8, Dietrich 4, Clark County 1, Greenleaf Friends 1.

 


Idaho prep girls basketball poll

Records are through Tuesday

First-place votes in parentheses

5A Pts.

1. Boise (6) 16-0 42

2. Coeur d'Alene (3) 15-1 39

3. Centennial 15-2 24

4. Highland 13-1 14

5. Lake City 11-4 7

Others receiving votes: Lewiston 6, Meridian 2, Post Falls 1.

4A

1. Bonneville (9) 14-0 45

2. Jerome 13-1 32

3. Middleton 14-1 31

4. Bishop Kelly 11-3 15

5. Minico 11-3 8

Others receiving votes: Preston 2, Mountain Home 2.

3A

1. Fruitland (8) 12-0 43

2. Timberlake 13-1 32

3. Sugar-Salem (1) 11-3 28

4. Kimberly 11-1 15

5. Priest River 9-3 9

Others receiving votes: Marsh Valley 5, Snake River 3.

2A

1. North Fremont (9) 13-0 45

2. Parma 12-2 30

3. West Jefferson 10-2 23

4. Soda Springs 9-3 12

5. Grangeville 9-3 10

Others receiving votes: Kamiah 7, Firth 4, Butte County 3, Ririe 1.

1A Division I

1. Lapwai (9) 11-2 45

2. Challis 13-1 32

3. Troy 14-3 19

4. Clearwater Valley 10-3 18

5. Liberty Charter 12-2 16

Others receiving votes: Notus 4, Shoshone 1.

1A Division II

1. Dietrich (7) 10-2 43

2. Richfield (2) 10-2 35

3. Summit Academy 10-2 22

4. Carey 8-3 16

5. Clark Fork 10-4 10

Others receiving votes: North Gem 9.

 




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