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Clinging to a one point lead with a little more than three minutes remaining in the game the Idaho Falls High School boys basketball team needed one play, one play to change the momentum versus rival Skyline.

The Ririe High School boys basketball team took over the No. 1 spot in the 2A ranks of the first boys basketball state media poll of 2019 released Tuesday.

At Rexburg, the Idaho Falls High School boys basketball team outlasted Idaho 5A No. 1 ranked Madison 63-58 in overtime to hand the Bobcats their first loss to an Idaho team this season.

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The Ririe High School boys basketball team took over the No. 1 spot in the 2A ranks of the first boys basketball state media poll of 2019 released Tuesday.

At Rexburg, the Idaho Falls High School boys basketball team outlasted Idaho 5A No. 1 ranked Madison 63-58 in overtime to hand the Bobcats their first loss to an Idaho team this season.

At Logan, Utah, Idaho 5A boys basketball No. 1 Madison was handed its first loss of the season Thursday night, 66-57 to Skyview, Utah, in a game played on the campus of Utah State.

At Hillcrest, a 26-point third quarter propelled the Rigby High School boys basketball team to a win over former conference opponent Hillcrest.

At Jerome, the Rigby High School girls basketball team had an impressive defensive showing in a 52-15 win over host team Jerome to win the Jerry Callen Memorial Girls Basketball Tournament on Friday afternoon.

At Skyline, four players finished with double-figure scoring for the Skyline High School girls basketball team in a nonconference win over Ridgevue.

The Utah State-eastern Idaho connection continued by way of Rexburg as the Aggies landed another recruit.

RIRIE — The third quarter provided the firepower for the Ririe High School girls basketball team in Wednesday’s 2A Nuclear Conference opener versus Firth.

Another week, another move up by Bonneville in the 4A ranks of the latest Idaho high school girls basketball state media poll.

A first-year varsity player and a senior both finished the night with double-figure scoring and helped lead the Skyline High School girls basketball team to a 46-27 win over District 91 rival Idaho Falls on Tuesday.