Burley High School seniors Ryan Bagley and Andrew Ferrin continue to wrack up postseason honors.
Bagley and Ferrin were both selected to the second team on the All-USA Idaho boys basketball team, released by USA Today on Monday. They were two of 10 All-USA Idaho selections — five on the first team, five on the second.
The player of the year (Brayden Parker) and the coach of the year (Tyler Jones) were both from Preston, which beat Burley in last month’s 4A state championship game.
The Twin Falls golf program had another successful showing.
The Bruins took first place in the boys field, which played at Jerome Country Club, while the Twin Falls girls were first among nine teams at Canyon Springs Golf Course.
The Twin Falls boys finished with a final score of 298, the only sub-300 score in the 18-team field. Bishop Kelly was second (316), Kimberly was third (323), Ridgevue was fourth (326), Burley was fifth (327), Canyon Ridge was sixth (336) and Minico was seventh (337).
Twin Falls’ Daniel Gaspar was the boys medalist with a score of 71. His teammate Drew Meyerhoeffer, Burley’s Ridge Pickup and Bishop Kelly’s Nick Roberts all shot 75s, but Roberts earned second and Meyerhoeffer placed third via tiebreaker.
Twin Falls’ Preston Meyerhoeffer won a tie with teammate Tanner Schultz, Mountain Home’s Tyrus Hansen and Jerome’s Alex Dilucca for fifth place after all finished with 76s.
Canyon Ridge’s Logan Ahlquist, Ridgevue’s Kenny Bonds, Kimberly’s Trey Garey and Burley’s Brock Whitaker shot 77s, while Bishop Kelly’s Carson Curtis, Minico’s Joey Gibson, Kimberly’s McKade Huft, Canyon Ridge’s Bailey Standley and Twin Falls’ Brandon Stotts shot 79s.
The Bruin girls shot a 365 to edge second-place Canyon Ridge (382), but the Riverhawks boasted the medalist. Jade Higley and Twin Falls’ Tayllore Ward both finished with a score of 83, but Higley won the tiebreaker.
Twin Falls’ Kaylee Jones finished third (86), Canyon Ridge’s Mackenzie McBride was fourth (89), fellow Riverhawk Kelbie Standley was fifth (89), Jerome’s Bayley Miller was sixth (93), Twin Falls’ Brinlee Stotts was seventh (94) and Kimberly’s Aspen Askew was eighth (96).
Gooding 15, Wendell 0 (4 innings)
GOODING — The Senators sailed past the Trojans for a nonconference win.
Gooding’s Mallory Brown went 2-for-3 with a grand slam and a stolen base, Taylor Norby went 3-for-3 with a steal and Becca Bradbury went 1-for-3 with a triple.
Gooding (7-8) will host Kimberly on Thursday, and Wendell will host Kimberly on Tuesday.