1A State Basketball Day Two Recaps
The smalls school continue their activities at the Casper Events Center on Friday.
These are brief summaries of each second-round games in order of the schedule.
Girls Final Score: Little Snake River 43 Farson-Eden 39
The Little Snake River Rattlers win a tight one against the Farson-Eden Pronghorns. There were three lead changes and five ties during the game. The Rattlers were able to get 23 offensive rebounds in the win. Samantha Moon scored 11 points and 13 rebounds Hannah Sixkiller scored 12 points and had nine rebounds. Tyra Thoren of Farson-Eden scored 16 points and had 10 rebounds in the loss.
Girls Final Score: Saratoga 46 Lingle-Ft. Laramie 36
A competitive 4th quarter gave Saratoga the victory of Lingle-Ft. Laramie. The Saratoga Panther scored 22 points in the 4th quarter. Whitney Bennett had 16 points, 17 rebounds and three assists in the win for the Panthers. Also for the Panthers, Taylor Bennett scored 12 points and grabbed six rebounds. Two of the scores for Taylor Bennett came from the 3-point line. Lingle was led by Ashley Riley who had 16 points, eight rebounds, and two assists in the loss for the Doggers.
Boys Final Score: Lingle-Ft. Laramie 50 H.E.M. 41
The Lingle Doggers took victory against the H.E.M. Miners. Caeden Riley was star on the court today. Riley scored 20 points and was able to grab 18 rebounds in the win. Cordell Forkner also played a part by scoring 14 points and hitting three 3-pointers. The Doggers shot 41.5% from the field. H.E.M. hit eight 3-pointers in the loss. Devon Grosstick scored 17 points, Grosstick hit five 3-pointers.
Boys Final Score: Kaycee 70 St. Stephens 69 - OT
The Kaycee Buckaroos sprouted a comeback to win this one. Going into the 3rd quarter St. Stephens was winning 49-35. Kaycee scored 23 points in the 4th quarter to send the game to overtime. Dion Ealy had 26 points, 13 rebounds, and 2 assists in the win for the Buckaroos. Harley Davis scored 13 points also for the Buckaroos. Kaycee outrebounded St. Stephens 44-35 and shot 45.3% from the field. St. Stephens had five players with double-digit points. Trenton Friday was the leading scorer with 13 points, Friday also had 10 rebounds.
Girls Final Score: Kaycee 26 Rock River 21 - OT
A low scoring contest that needed overtime. The Kaycee Lady Bucs come on top against the Rock River Longhorns. Rock River was winning 20-13 in the 4th quarter. Kaycee outrebounded the Longhorns 36-30. Kaycee also held Rock River scoreless in the overtime. Tinley Pierson scored 14 points and grabbed six rebounds in the win. Rock River was turned the ball over 15 times to Kaycees 11. Kaycee was able to score 14 points off of turnovers. Delaney Qualls led the Longhorns with 10 points.
Girls Final Score: Cokeville 54 Upton 53
It came down to the very last second of the game as the Cokeville Panthers held on to beat the Upton Bobcats. Cokeville shot 42.6% from the field. Emmie Barnes had 20 points for the Panthers. Kylee Dayton had 16 points and eight rebounds, Dayton was 2-4 from the 3-point line. Kamille Nate who had 13 points. Upton's leading scorer was Katlyn Louderback who had 15 points and added eight rebounds.
Boys Final Score: Farson-Eden 42 Encampment 39
The Farson-Eden Pronghorns held on to beat the Encampment Tigers. Farson-Eden scored 15 points in the 4th quarter to win the game. The Pronghorns outrebounded the Tigers 35-25. Trevor Jones scored 19 points and had five rebounds. Parker Clawson scored 16 points in the win. Encampment only shot three free throws the entire game. There were a total of five lead changes and seven ties in the game. Dalton Peterson had nine points and 11 rebounds, and four assists in the loss.
Boys Final Score OT: Saratoga 57 Upton 55
Saratoga came out on top against Upton. The game went to overtime tied at 46. The Panthers were able to capitalize on scoring 16-second chance points. The team also outrebounded the Bobcats 47-36. Gavin Bartlett led the way, he scored 19 points. Noah Rimmer had 14 points and 13 rebounds. Jess Claycomb led the Bobcats in points by scoring 19 in the loss.