RENO — Big games often times don't live up to the pre-game hype. This one did. Nevada made seven clutch free throws in the final 2-minutes 36-seconds to outlast Boise State, 74-68, before a season-high 11,164 fans Saturday night at Lawlor Events Center. Nevada remained unbeaten in Mountain West play at 7-0 (18-3 overall). Boise State fell to 6-2 in conference and 16-4 overall.
RENO — Josh Hall and Hallice Cooke only scored three points between them, but the duo made some big plays down the stretch to help Nevada hold off Boise State, 74-68, Saturday at Lawlor Events Center. Cooke, the Iowa State transfer, played 29 minutes and scored two points but pulled down a season-best seven rebounds. Hall played 14 minutes and finished with four rebounds and a single free throwCooke tied up a Boise State player with 1:27 left and Nevada holding on to a 68-67 lead.
The month of January has been cruel to the Carson High boys basketball team — four straight losses, three by double digits. So, the Wooster Colts were just what the doctor ordered for the ailing Senators. Carson opened the game with a 16-0 run and coasted to a 58-29 Sierra League victory Friday night at Morse Burley Gym. The Senators improved to 3-7 in league play heading into a Tuesday 7 p.m. showdown against the Douglas Tigers, who are coming off a 30-point loss to Galena.
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