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Boyer Valley splits with Woodbine in RVC play

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BV ball vs. Woodbine

Boyer Valley hosted Woodbine on Monday night in a pair of makeup Rolling Valley Conference basketball games at Dunlap.

In game one, Larry Neilsen’s BV club managed a 46-42 victory at home.

In game two, the visiting Woodbine boys bettered BV for the second time this season in picking up a 48-40 triumph over the host Bulldogs.

Girls’ results

The BV girls topped Woodbine for the second time this season, as the Lady Bulldogs improved to 5-6 in the RVC and 5-10 overall with Monday’s four-point win.

The game was tight throughout.

BV led 8-4 after one quarter and 24-18 at halftime, but Woodbine rallied to take a 33-32 lead into the fourth.

The two teams were tied at 38-38 with four minutes left, but then BV outscored Woodbine 8-4 down the stretch for the win.

Abby Burkhart led BV with a double-double effort of 13 points and 13 rebounds to go with two steals.

Katelyn Neilsen added nine points, seven boards, five steals and four assists. Katy Puck also had nine points and five boards.

Chelsey Fundermann chipped in with five points, 15 boards and three steals. Abbie Miller had five points, while Marie Hanigan finished with three points, six boards, three assists and three steals.

The two teams combined to shoot 65 free throws and both teams struggled, as BV was 15-of-36 at the foul line, while Woodbine was 15-of-29 on charity tosses.

BV had defeated Woodbine (50-34) back on December 7 at Woodbine.

Boys’ results

Monday’s eight-point loss at home dropped Shane Reineke’s BV club to 5-6 in the RVC and 6-8 overall on the year.

Woodbine topped the Bulldogs for the second time this season, following up a 62-42 loss to the Tigers on Dec. 7 at Woodbine.

BV actually led Monday’s contest 22-17 at halftime, but was outscored 20-5 in the third quarter, as the Tigers opened up a 35-27 lead going into the fourth.

Lucas Berens completed a double-double to lead BV with 21 points and 11 boards.

Gavin Reineke added seven points, seven boards and four assists.

Adam Puck chipped in with six points. Jaidan Ten Eyck had four points, three assists and two boards, while Hunter Soma finished with two points, four boards and three steals for the Bulldogs.

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