The Press Break

The Press Break

Welcome to The Press Break, where you will find updates on players, interesting articles on recruiting, player development and more.

It was a Black Out at Rocky Mountain High School but for the Grizzlies, they were mostly in the dark. Borah led most of the game through their steady style of play. Never too high or low, the Lions withstood...
2010 basketball in Idaho seemed to be a year of milestones. Whether it was wins, titles or moving to the next level, the achievements below were certainly worthy of conversation. There were some other great stories out there as well...
Here are some updated stats for the Boys 5A SIC. Another big thanks to Steve Schroeder. The conference standings are tight, with 7 teams within 2 games of each other at the top. Individually, the three leaders remain the same,...
Nebeker‘s 31 points (Melba) not enough against Fruitland Read story here Kalbfleisch (Lewiston) scores 19 to upset #1 ranked Post Falls Read story here...
Both teams started slow but it was Eagle’s 1-2-2 full court trap that helped them to build a lead. Capital struggled to get into their half court offense and when they did they had a hard time getting baskets to...
Nebeker (Melba) scores 22 points in win over Homedale Read story here...
Bruneel scores 12 in College of Southern Idaho’s win over TVCC Read story here Bopp (Century) scores 24 but can’t overtake Twin Falls Read story here...
Mortensen’s (Middleton) 13 points leads Vikes but Skyview prevails Read story here Gillmor (Eagle) scores 19 points in loss to Borah; Tate grabs 10 boards in Timberline win over Rocky Mountain despite 25 points from Skurdal and Trompke; Duncan (Boise)...
Both teams opened up pretty balanced. Rocky was very disciplined in their offense and got good looks most of the night. But their shots weren’t falling early. Timberline was led early by Jackson Reed* on the boards and he was...
This week’s stats are out, courtesy of Steve Schroeder. Highlights include: The top 3 individual performers remain the same with Percifield (Mountain View) on top of scoring (21.4 ppg), Huskic (Centennial) on top of rebounding (10.3 rpg) and Wright (Borah)...