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Spartan girls sweep

Pine-Eagle improved its season record to 5-1 with a pair of non-league girls basketball wins last week.

The Spartans defeated Nixyaawii 54-37 Tuesday, then easily topped Huntington 64-15 Saturday. Both games were at Halfway.

Against Nixyaawii, Bri Thatcher led the Spartans with 20 points, and Chelsie Gulick added 14.

“We had a couple of starters under the weather, but the rest of the team stepped up and played well,” said Pine-Eagle coach Roger Gulick.

Against Huntington, Gulick played every available Spartan.

“We played everybody,” he said. “We didn’t press, didn’t get after them.

“Everybody had a good time, and had some fun,” Gulick said.

Chelsie Gulick and Bri Thatcher each scored 10 points in limited action to lead Pine-Eagle.

The Spartans travel to Nixyaawii Tuesday and play Tri-Valley at Cambridge, Idaho, Friday.

Tuesday game

Nixyaawii    9    7    8    13    — 37

Pine-Eagle    16    8    18    12    — 54

Nixyaawii (37) — Barkley 12, Ostrom 9, Wilson 8, Queampts 5, Watchman 2, Sampson 1.

Pine-Eagle (54) — Gulick 14, Terjeson 2, B. Thatcher 20, Butler 8, Carr 2, M. Thatcher 8, Digges 2.

Three-point goals — Gulick, B. Thatcher. Fouled out — Ostrom. Total fouls — Pine-Eagle 22, Nixyaawii 17. Technicals — none.

Saturday game

Huntington    2    6    3    4    — 15

Pine-Eagle    12    16    22    14    — 64

Huntington (15) — King 6, Paschal, Wiley 5, Reed 3, Guerri, Suitter 1, Harmon, Marlin.

Pine-Eagle (64) — Gulick 10, Terjeson, B. Thatcher 10, Butler 6, Pallan 4, Carr 7, M. Thatcher 6, Davis 8, Simrell 6, Digges 5, Thompson, Saunders 2, Whybark, Akers.

Three-point goals — Wiley, Reed. Fouled out — Paschal. Total fouls — Huntington 10, Pine-Eagle 8. Technicals — none.


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