Thompson Falls wins one against Eureka

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  • DANNY HOISINGTON (5) and Dylan Beckman (3) of the Bluehawks begin their offense play against the Eureka Lions.

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    Gillian Nelson (#12) of the Lady Hawks grabs the loose ball while Sierra Curtiss (12) of the Eureka Lady Lions ends up with empty hands.

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    Gillian Nelson (#12) of the Thompson Falls Lady Hawks stays close to Elizabeth Pacella (#13) of the Eureka Lady Lions at the top of the key.

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  • DANNY HOISINGTON (5) and Dylan Beckman (3) of the Bluehawks begin their offense play against the Eureka Lions.

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    Gillian Nelson (#12) of the Lady Hawks grabs the loose ball while Sierra Curtiss (12) of the Eureka Lady Lions ends up with empty hands.

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    Gillian Nelson (#12) of the Thompson Falls Lady Hawks stays close to Elizabeth Pacella (#13) of the Eureka Lady Lions at the top of the key.

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The Thompson Falls Lady Hawks had a challenging night against the Eureka Lions, as it seemed that they were just a few steps behind at the basket in a 42-36 loss.

Gillian Nelson did much of the Thompson Falls scoring with 11 points and Ember Scwindt added 10 points. Two Eureka players also scored in double figures as Siena Utter had 11 and Erynn Their had 10.

The Lady Hawks did gain some ground in the fourth quarter, though the clock ran out before any more points could be scored.

Eureka 14 11 10 7 — 42

T. Falls 10 8 7 11 — 36

EUREKA — Sienna Utter 11, Erynn Thier 10, Avory Escobar 6, Ashlyn Waldo 5, Stacy Cooper 4, Liz Pacella 3, Maggie Graves 3.

THOMPSON FALLS — Gillian Nelson 11, Ember Schwindt 10, Haley Morgan 6, Lexy VanElswyk 4, Haley Wilson 3, Belle Cooper 2.

BOYS

Thompson Falls 57, Eureka 46

The Thompson Falls Bluehawks game against Eureka had many of the Lions players, fans and coaches irritated.

Danny Hoisington scored often from all over the court, racking up 26 points. Only two players on the Eureka team scored into the double digits, Brad Stein with 13 and Jake Cardinale with 14. The final 20 seconds of the game had the players moving from one basket at each end of the court to the other and ended with a very ominous dunk by McKenzie Holt.

Eureka 10 11 10 15 — 46

T. Falls 15 16 14 12 — 57

EUREKA — Jake Cardinale 14, Brad Stein 13, Colten Cooper 9, Riley Durham 6, Jaime Good 2, Tayler Sherwood 2.

THOMPSON FALLS — Danny Hoisington 26, Nathan Thibeault 11, Payton Frields 8, McKenzie Holt 6, Dylan Beckman 3, John Skerl 2, Garrett Strine 1.

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