Week 2 of the Hoops season saw more great performances.


Scoring: Rock River's Keith Smith scored 33 points to lead the boy's scoring for a game on the weekend.   He also scored 30 of his team's 48 in a 21 point loss to Midwest.    Kason Clutter of Greybull scored 32.   On the girls' side, Keely Newkirk of Meeteetse dropped 31 for the Lady Longhorns in a 62 to 36 win over HEM.     Shanda Post of Lander scored 30 in a 55 to 41 win over Mountain View.  

Rebounding: Jon Mason of NSI had 21 rebounds in a win over Hulett.    8 of them were offensive.  He also scored 26 points in that game.    Natrona's Kaylee Johnson pulled in 20 points with 27 points in a 70 to 26 win over Rock Springs.  She also had 9 blocks and 4 steals.   Wind River's Tyson Lone Bear had 19 boards and 20 points in a win over Dubois.   Jenn Orr of Guernsey had 12 offensive rebounds,  19 in all, in a win over Sioux County South Dakota.   Her teammate Amanda Wilkes had 18 rebounds in a win over Chugwater.

Three pointers: Kason Clutter of  Greybull was 5 of 10 in a win over Wright.   Keith Smith of Rock River hit 5 of 15 against Midwest.  Roger Wagon of Wind River was 5 of 14 against Dubois while Daniel Wille of Snake River was 5 of 8 in a win over Grand Valley, Colorado.   For the girls, Shanda Post was 4 of 7 for the Lander Lady Tigers with teammate Kristi Ragan going 3 of 4 in the same game from the arc.

Free Throws: Stephanie Dickinson of Cheyenne South  led the state from the stripe on the weekend going 13 of 15.  She also had 12 rebounds in the game.   Miles Englehart of Snake River was 11 of 12 with Green River's Jerome Krysl hitting 10 fo 12 scoring 22 points against Conifer, Colorado.   Torrington's Mikayla Brower was 9 of 12 from the stripe scoring 25 points in a win over 4A Riverton.

Assists and Steals: Keith Smith of Rock River,  AJ Nishi of Kemmerer and Emma Norvell of Natrona all had 10 steals in a game over the weekend.    Mikayla Brower, Torrington, and Tess Teichert of Cokeville each had 9.     For assists,   Nishi  and Teichert each at 8 , as did Seth Bennett of Meeteetse and Kayson Clutter.