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Girls Basketball Preview | 5A Southern Idaho Conference
The Boise School District will soon be back, as the defending champs make waves to start the season
Published: 12/17/2020 10:46:59 AM

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Players to Watch
Trinity Slocum, Mountain View
Naya Ojukwu, Mountain View
Chloe Wright, Rocky Mountain
Sophia Glancey, Timberline
Jaleesa Lawerence, Meridian
Olivia Taylor, Skyview
Allison Ross, Boise

Two of the best 2019 squads in Idaho emerged from the same conference, but now the Southern Idaho Conference will be without a handful of the teams that made the league so dominant, including last year’s state runner-up.

Because of COVID-19 restrictions in the Treasure Valley, Boise School District schools: Capital, Boise, Borah and Timberline, won’t hit the hardwood until Jan. 19. Timberline made the state championship last year, falling to conference rival Mountain View 55-49.

For those defending champion Mavericks, a wealth of returning talent makes a repeat title all the more likely. The Mavericks fielded a lethal trio last season in Laila Saenz, Naya Ojukwu and Trinity Slocum. Ojukwu and Slocum return for 2020-21. The pair each earned first-team honors, giving Mountain View one of the most loaded rosters in the state.

Head Coach Connie Skogrand, entering her 18th year with the program, will look to dominate a shrunken field, with four of the SIC’s 12 teams sidelined until the new year.

With the Wolves out to start the year, Rocky Mountain could very well be next in line to challenge the Mavs’ claim to the conference throne.

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