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Free throw disparity and missed opportunities doom Aggies in Boise – Cache Valley Daily

BOISE, Idaho — Missed opportunities, tough fouls and turnovers spelled disaster for the Aggies on Saturday evening. They dropped their fourth game in a row losing to Boise State 68 to 57. It was Utah State’s third straight loss by double digits.    “Boise State made the plays down the stretch to finish us off,” head coach Ryan Odom said.   Utah State was down by just two with three minutes left. Guard Rylan Jones had just nailed a 3-pointer to cut Boise State’s lead down to 57-55. The Broncos proceeded to go on a game-winning 11-2 run.   “We were in the game right up to the end. We just really had a tough time finishing the game,” guard RJ Eytle-Rock said. “I don’t think they did anything special to be honest. I just felt like we didn’t guard them good enough down the stretch.”   Multiple factors determine every game, but the foul and free throw disparity in favor of Boise State was hard to ignore. Frequent fouls called on the Aggies put the Broncos in the bonus midway through the second half. The Broncos shot 28 free throws in the game and made 19. The free throw

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No. 21 Utah State gymnastics places second in dual meet against No. 24 Boise State – Cache Valley Daily

BOISE, Idaho – Brie Clark knows it’s all about getting on the same page. Once the Aggies do that, watch out. Clark, Utah State’s freshman phenom from Daphne, Alabama, captured her sixth floor title of the season with a career-high-tying 9.950 to help the Aggies record a season-high 49.500 on the event, which is tied for second all-time in school history. Unfortunately for No. 21 Utah State, it couldn’t overcome troubles on both vault and beam as No. 24 Boise State beat the Aggies 196.950-195.800 in a Mountain Rim Gymnastics Conference dual meet Friday night at ExtraMile Arena. “Once we find a rhythm and find what works, and keeps us all on the same page for all four events, once we figure that out, we’ll be set,” said Clark, whose 9.950 on floor is tied for third all-time in school history. “It’s just figuring that out, and I feel like we are slowly but surely making progress and getting through it and figuring it out.” Clark is now tied for sixth with her six single-season floor titles. Rebecca Wells won the all-around for the fourth time this season with a 38.500. The junior also tied for second on vault with

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PHOTO GALLERY: Mountain Crest 77, Bear River 58 – 1st round of 4A Girls Basketball Playoffs

Photos by Tina Lerohl / Additional information about Tina’s work (or inquiries about purchasing her photos) can be found at tinalerohlphotovideo.com Photo Gallery sponsored by The Logo Shop, your source for teams, businesses and booster clubs. Visit http://welogostuff.mypromohq.com/ Click on photo to enlarge it, then use your left-right arrow keys to cycle through the gallery Source link

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Region 11 team scores and replays from 1st round of 4A basketball playoffs – Cache Valley Daily

NORTH LOGAN – The Green Canyon Wolves hosted a double header Friday night with the girls hosting Crimson Cliffs and the boys hosting Logan in the opening round of the 4A basketball playoffs. Both Green Canyon teams picked up victories and advance to the Quarterfinal round held on the campus of Dixie State University on Monday, Feb. 21. Green Canyon wasn’t the only school with teams involved in the opening round of the playoffs. Sky View, Mountain Crest, Logan and Bear River all had teams in action Friday night. The only school not in action was Ridgeline with both its boys and girls teams enjoying a first round bye. 4A BOYS BASKETBALL 1ST ROUND#5 Crimson Cliffs 80, #12 Bear River 70 – Game Replay / Photo Gallery#4 Sky View 70, #13 Mountain Crest 48 – Game Replay / Photo Gallery#6 Green Canyon 59, #11 Logan 42 – Game Replay / Photo Gallery 4A GIRLS BASKETBALL 1ST ROUND#5 Green Canyon 66, #12 Crimson Cliffs 20 – Game Replay / Photo Gallery#4 Snow Canyon 65, #13 Logan 25#6 Mountain Crest 77, #11 Bear River 58 – Photo Gallery 4A BOYS BASKETBALL QUARTERFINAL SCHEDULE – Monday, Feb. 219:30 a.m. – #4 Sky View

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Aggies need to play ‘to our standard on every play’ – Cache Valley Daily

Utah State head coach Ryan Odom looks on against the Colorado State during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game Wednesday, Jan. 12, 2022, in Fort Collins, Colo. (AP Photo/Jack Dempsey) BOISE, Idaho — Utah State (15-12, 6-8) takes on Mountain West leader Boise State (20-6, 11-2) on Saturday afternoon. The Aggies will try to snap a three-game losing streak and get revenge for their three-point loss to the Broncos earlier this season. “We’re excited to get back out on the court. We know it’s going to be a tough game, but we’re not afraid of it,” head coach Ryan Odom said. “We’re looking forward to the opportunity.” Utah State’s three-game losing streak is their second-longest of the year and the Aggies are at risk of tying their longest streak if they lose at Boise. Odom thinks his squad has learned from their last two double-digit losses. “The guys have learned from all of that and I think the biggest thing is just that game the other day, for our purposes and our standards, just wasn’t up to par,” Odom said. “We have to make sure that we’re playing to our standard on every play. That’s really been

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PHOTO GALLERY: Green Canyon 59, Logan 42 – 1st round of 4A Boys Basketball Playoffs

Photos by Robert K. Scott / Additional information about Robert’s work (or inquiries about purchasing his photos) can be found at rscott.smugmug.com. Photo Gallery sponsored by The Logo Shop, your source for teams, businesses and booster clubs.  http://welogostuff.mypromohq.com/ Click on photo to enlarge it, then use your left-right arrow keys to cycle through the gallery Source link

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PHOTO GALLERY: Sky View 70, Mountain Crest 48 – 1st round of 4A Boys Basketball Playoffs

Photos by Clint Allen / Additional information about Clint’s work (or inquiries about purchasing his photos) can be found at clintallen.smugmug.com Photo Gallery sponsored by The Logo Shop, your source for teams, businesses and booster clubs. Visit http://welogostuff.mypromohq.com/ Click on photo to enlarge it, then use your left-right arrow keys to cycle through the gallery Source link

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PHOTO GALLERY: Green Canyon 66, Crimson Cliffs 20 – 1st round of 4A Girls Basketball Playoffs

Photos by Robert K. Scott / Additional information about Robert’s work (or inquiries about purchasing his photos) can be found at rscott.smugmug.com. Photo Gallery sponsored by The Logo Shop, your source for teams, businesses and booster clubs.  http://welogostuff.mypromohq.com/ Click on photo to enlarge it, then use your left-right arrow keys to cycle through the gallery Source link

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