Printed on: January 08, 2013

Big Bend's Walker goes wild vs. Sasquatch


Sugar-Salem graduate Kevin Walker was playing a big guard for Big Bend on Saturday, finishing with seven rebounds during a 90-77 loss to Spokane.

Walker also had 11 points and a team high four steals in the loss.

Also starting for BBCC against the Sasquatch, Rigby graduates Kamen McCullough and Kyle Nield had 11 and five points, respectively. The Vikings are now 11-4.

Salmon graduate Austin Nooner posted a classic big man's line for the Walla Walla Warriors on Saturday, finishing with four points, 10 rebounds and a game-best two blocked shots during a 47-41 loss to Columbia Basin. WWCC is now 7-6.

Blackfoot graduate Jordan

Bjornberg led the Westminster Griffins with three blocked shots and three steals Thursday during a 80-75 road loss to No. 11 Lewis-Clark State.

Also at Westminster, West

Jefferson graduate Blake Skidmore had 14 points and two assists. The Griffins are now 13-3.

Women's basketball

Teton graduate and Colorado State-Pueblo starter Laurel Kearsley had a 14-point, 15-rebound double-double Saturday during a 66-54 win over UC-Colorado Springs. The Thunder-Wolves are now 9-2.

Blue Mountain forward and Blackfoot graduate Shay Rod-riguez hit 7 of 9 from the field to finish with 17 points and nine rebounds during a 98-46 win over

Treasure Valley. BMCC is now 6-7.

On the other side of the same game, Treasure Valley guard Cerissa Honena (Blackfoot) had three points and two steals, and Butte County's

Kelsi Hjelm had two rebounds. The Chukars are now 1-11.

Sugar-Salem graduate and Southern Utah starter Sofia Hepworth finished with 10 points, four rebounds and three assists Thursday during a 71-61 loss to Northern Arizona. SUU is now 8-5.


Rigby graduate and Sacra-mento State senior Cayla Beutler finished ninth on the bars (9.625) and 10th on the balance beam

(9.725) Friday during a four-team meet in San Jose, Calif.

The Hornets finished fourth with 191.100 points and No. 3 Stanford won with 195.425.


Blackfoot graduate and Wyoming senior Alfonso Hernandez scored a pair of technical falls at the Mustang Duals in San Luis Obispo, Calif., on Sunday. Hernandez won 17-1 during a 20-12 win over CS-Bakersfield, and 20-3 in a 22-17 win over San Francisco State.

He also scored a 13-5 major decision Friday during a 20-12 road win over Utah Valley. The Cowboys are now 6-2.

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