Girls HS Roundup: Clark County falls to Rockland

At Rockland, the Clark County High School girls basketball team dropped a conference game to Rockland.

The Bobcats trailed 29-12 at halftime and were held to 10 points in the second half.

Gabby Hernandez had 12 points to lead Clark County (3-11, 2-9), which hosts Lima, Mont., on Tuesday.

ROCKLAND 52, CLARK COUNTY 22

Clark County 7 5 2 8 — 22

Rockland 11 18 17 6 — 52

CLARK COUNTY (22) — Marisol Perez 1, Jonie Grover 3, Yessica Ruiz 4, Gabby Hernandez 12, A. Grover 2.

ROCKLAND (52) — Miller 4, Jensen 3, Lish 6, Robinson 7, Boyer 5, Permann 15, Wood 8, Cook 4.

SNAKE RIVER 68, KIMBERLY 33: At Moreland, the Panthers outscored the Bulldogs by 35 points to win their third-straight game. Kimberly has lost six of the past seven.

No stats were available as of press time.

Snake River (12-3) hosts Marsh Valley on Wednesday.

LEADORE FORFEITS GAME AT SHO-BAN: The Mustangs forfeited Saturday’s conference game at Sho-Ban due to not having enough players because of illness. Matt Harris of IdahoSports.com first reported the news.

Leadore (2-13) is scheduled to play Thursday at Watersprings.

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