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USU battles with #23 Colorado State but was unable to seal the game, losing 53-51 – Cache Valley Daily

Utah State forward Brandon Horvath (4) lowers his head following the team’s NCAA college basketball game against Colorado State in the quarterfinals of Mountain West Conference men’s tournament Thursday, March 10, 2022, in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer) LAS VEGAS — Utah State’s run in the Mountain West Basketball Championship, and possibly the postseason, came to an end on Thursday night. Colorado State eked out a win over the Aggies, 53 to 51. “I thought it was a really good college basketball game, overall,” head coach Ryan Odom said. “Points were hard to come by. Defense was pretty solid. The intensity was what you would want in a tournament setting.” With the defeat, thoughts of Aggie fans look toward the impending decision of forward Justin Bean. He has a year of eligibility remaining due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but his performance this year was good enough for Bean to go pro. “I know there’s a lot of speculation out there,” Bean said. “I mean, that’s going to be a conversation that my wife and I, obviously, have… involving coach Odom as much as we can. That’s going to be something that we discuss for sure.” Bean grabbed 13 rebounds on

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Jazz dominate Trail Blazers for eighth straight home victory – Cache Valley Daily

Utah Jazz forward Danuel House Jr. (25) switches hands to get around the defense of Portland Trail Blazers guard Keon Johnson (6) during the first half of an NBA basketball game Wednesday, March 9, 2022, in Salt Lake City. (AP Photo/Adam Fondren) SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Bojan Bogdanovic scored 27 points, hitting six 3-pointers, to lead the Utah Jazz to a 123-85 victory over the Portland Trail Blazers on Wednesday night. Donovan Mitchell added 16 points while Royce O’Neale chipped in 11 points and 10 rebounds for the Jazz, who won their eighth straight home game. The Jazz enjoyed their largest margin of victory since beating Sacramento 154-105 on April 28 last season. “I liked how we moved the ball,” Utah coach Quin Snyder said. “I thought we defended.” Trendon Watford scored a career-high 22 points to lead the Blazers. Keon Johnson tallied a career-high 15 points and a career-high five assists. CJ Elleby chipped in 10. Portland has lost six straight games since the NBA All-Star break and has been outscored by 194 points in that stretch. The Blazers have recorded five 30-point losses over their last six games. Against Utah, the Blazers matched season lows for first

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Region 11 coaches announce girls basketball awards – Cache Valley Daily

Ridgeline Riverhawks player Emilee Skinner dribbles the ball in a game against Green Canyon. Photo by Clint Allen MILLVILLE – A magical season for the Ridgeline Riverhawks came up short after two overtimes in the state championship game at Dixie State University last month, but that didn’t prevent the team from capturing several post-season awards as voted on by Region 11 coaches. Emilee Skinner was recognized as the Region MP and Defensive MVP. Her coach, Ainsli Jenks, was also recognized as the Coach of the Year but she shares that honor with Logan High coach Tori Craner. The Ridgeline and Logan seasons were a story in contrasts. The Riverhawks were regarded as the top team in the state for much of the season and routinely had large margins of victories over their opponents. The Grizzlies, on the other hand, were a rebuilding basketball program after having appeared in the state championship just last year. The Logan girls team never won a game and suffered defeats by wide margins throughout the year, one of which made headlines when Ridgeline blew out the Grizzlies 96-15. Coach Jenks was suspended for one game by Ridgeline administration for what was deemed poor sportsmanship. The

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Aggies seeking first win over Colorado St. this season while in Las Vegas – Cache Valley Daily

Brandon Horvath. Photo by Tina Lerohl LAS VEGAS — No. 7 seed Utah State (18-14) will face No. 2 seed Colorado State (24-4) in the quarterfinal round of the Mountain West Basketball Championship tonight. “We know we’re facing a team that’s dynamite,” head coach Ryan Odom said. “Colorado State has had an awesome season.” The Rams have gotten the best of the Aggies twice this season. Earlier this year at Colorado State, Utah State fell by five. In the Spectrum, just under two weeks ago, the Rams won it by 11. “We had two pretty close games with them,” Odom said. “One just a week and a half ago where we had some opportunities, but they were experienced down the stretch and really did a nice job of finishing us off. We know it’s going to be really difficult, but we’re excited that we’re going to have another opportunity.” The Aggies’ 83-56 win over Air Force yesterday gave them a berth to this game. The dominant fashion Utah State did it in allowed them to rest starters in the final minutes. The rest may prove crucial against a Colorado State team that has not played in five days. “Certainly it

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