Lapwai’s Titus Yearout voted the WaFd Bank Idaho High School Boys Basketball Player of the Week

Congratulations to Lapwai junior Titus Yearout for being voted SBLive’s WaFd Bank Idaho High School Boys Basketball Player of the Week for March 1-7!

Yearout went off for a game-high 26 points on 11-of-15 shooting, with six assists and four rebounds in a 1A Div. I semifinal victory over Grace.

Yearout received 38.12% of the vote, beating out St. Maries’ Tristan Gentry who finished second with 15.7%. Lakeside’s Jayson Hall finished third with 18.42% and Marsh Valley’s Cody Hansen finished fourth with 6.22%.

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Here are the other athletes who were nominated for the week of March 1-7:

Covy Kelly, Garden Valley: Kelly exploded for 45 points, six rebounds and five assists to lead Garden Valley to an 88-73 win over Dietrich in the 1A D-II state title game.

Kase Wynott, Lapwai: Wynott had 23 points, five rebounds and three assists in Lapwai’s 82-60 win over Riverstone in the 1A D-I title game.

Nick Liebich, Riverstone: Liebich tallied 23 points and 13 rebounds in Riverston’s loss to Lapwai in the 1A D-I state title game.

Rhys Dill, Dietrich: Dill racked up 19 points and 16 rebounds in Dietrich’s 88-73 loss to Garden Valley in the 1A D-II state title game.

McKay Anderson, Meridian: Anderson racked up 19 of his game-high 23 points in the first half of Meridian’s 68-54 win over Lake City in the 5A state title game. He also finished with six rebounds, leading the Warriors to their first state title since 1992.

Tyler Medaris, Middleton: Medaris had 12 points and six rebounds to lead Middleton to a 47-45 win over Preston in the 4A state championship, giving them their first title since 1965.

Cody Hansen, Marsh Valley: Hansen had 14 points and six rebounds to lead Marsh Valley to a 58-51 win over McCall-Donnelly in the 3A state title game. It was their first state title since 1988.

D.J. Green, McCall-Donnelly: Green scored a game-high 21 points and pulled down six rebounds in McCall-Donnelly’s 58-51 loss to Marsh Valley in the 3A state title game.

Brody Rowbury, Meridian: Rowbury was dominant in the paint throughout the 5A state tournament, including an 18-point, 9-rebound performance in Meridian’s quarterfinal victory over Mountain View.

Tristan Gentry, St. Maries: Gentry drained the game-winning free throws with 56.5 seconds left to lift St. Maries to a 51-50 win over Ambrose in the 2A state title game. Gentry finished with 16 points and 11 rebounds.

Johnny Sugarman, Ambrose: Sugarman scored a game-high 20 points in Ambrose’s 51-50 loss to St. Maries in the 2A state title game.

Kross Taylor, Lapwai: Tayler had 22 points and five rebounds in Lapwai’s victory over Riverstone in the 1A D-I state title game.

Blake Buchanan, Lake City: Buchanan had 19 points and nine rebounds in Lake City’s 5A state semifinal victory over Boise.

Joe Mpoyo, Meridian: Mpoyo had 17 points and seven rebounds in Meridian’s 66-56 5A state semifinal victory over Madison.

Jayson Hall, Lakeside: The forward went off in the 1A Div. I medal-round victory over Grace with a game-high 32 points on 14-of-26 shooting with nine rebounds and five steals.

Taden King, Madison: The point guard poured in a game-high 30 points in a 5A state medal game victory over Boise. He had 21 points the day before in a semifinal loss to Meridian.

Brady Power, Dietrich: The forward did his best to keep up with Covy Kelly and company in the 1A Div. III title game with a team-high 26 points, including three 3-pointers, in a loss to Garden Valley.

Ben Blythe, Ambrose: Tallied 19 points (four 3-pointers), four rebounds and four steals in a 2A title-game loss to St. Marie’s, and 21 points in a state semifinal win over Wendell.

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