Girls basketball

Coeur D’Alene 43, Jerome 42

JEROME – The Tigers fell by the slimmest of margins to Coeur D’Alene at home in their final game of the Jerry Callen Memorial Tournament, finishing 1-2 in the event.

“We were ahead for most of the game,” Jerome head coach Jeremy Munroe said, “but at the end, we just didn’t get the shot we wanted to fall.”

Rey Louden of Coeur D’Alene was too tough to handle for Jerome, scoring 28 points, though Munroe said his defense showed improvement as a whole.

Grace Capps led Jerome with 12 points. Kailey Harrison drained three 3-pointers on the night for her nine points, and Gracie Anderson added two more for the Tigers.

Munroe added that he thought the Tigers “ did some great things in the tournament.”

The Tigers (5-7) will travel to Pocatello on Tuesday.

Burley 51, Elko 40

JEROME — Burley finished the Jerry Callen Memorial Tournament with a winning record of 2-1 by defeatubg Elko on the final day of the event.

The Bobcats scored 31 points in the first half to take a lead they wouldn’t lose. They used shooting and bonus fouls to their advantage, going 16-for-24 from the line. Jemilynn Ward scored a game-high 14 points in the victory.

Burley (8-5) will travel to Preston on Tuesday.

Boys Basketball

Marsing 58, Wendell 21

WENDELL — The Trojans were defeated by Marsing in the first game of a four-game homestand.

No other details were made available. Wendell (0-8) will face Buhl on Friday at home.