The scoreline was a lot closer this time around, but the final result was the same.
The Bayfield High School boys basketball team fell 74-56 to Pagosa Springs High School on Friday night at home.
I feel better about the way we played (Friday)," BHS head coach Bill Hesford said. We played tough (Friday) and kept
it much closer than last time."
The Wolverines' previous game against Pagosa Springs this season ended in a 50-point defeat.
Ryan Terry led BHS (5-13 overall, 3-3 Intermountain League) with 17 points and drained five shots from behind the
Ryan played hard for us (Friday night)," Hesford said. He really stepped it up (Friday night)."
Jared Qualls was another player that stood out for Hesford, the first-year head coach said.
He (Qualls) played solid on D for us," Hesford said.
BHS will play Monte Vista in the opening round of the IML tournament next weekend at Pagosa Springs, with a chance at
the tournament championship on the line.
If everything works out, we'll play Pagosa in the championship game, and hopefully it will turn out in our favor,"