By Jason Epp • Daily Leader
Keifer Hood drained eight treys and exploded for 33 points to lead the Turpin Cardinals to an 85-57 drubbing of the Boise City Wildcats Tuesday night in Boise City.
As a team the Cardinals shot 59 percent from behind the arc making 13 of 22 attempts, and shot 58 percent from the field making 33 of 57 field goals. The Cardinals hit four of their threes in the first quarter to help build a 18-12 first quarter lead. Turpin continued to build their lead in the second quarter, and took a 39-27 lead into halftime. Josh Faulkner helped keep Boise City in the game with 18 points in the first half, most of them coming in the paint.
The Cardinals continued their offensive onslaught in the second half, outscoring the Wildcats 22-16 in the third quarter to take a 61-43 lead. Keifer Hood helped to widen the lead by scoring the Cardinals first nine points of the fourth quarter, all coming from three-point baskets, helping Turpin finish off Boise City 85-57.
Three other Cardinals scored in double figures, Braydon Robinson and Blake Scott each scored 11, and Aaron Kuns added 10. Josh Faulkner finished with 25 points for Boise City, and Todd Munsch scored 16.
The Cardinals are 5-0 since coming back from Christmas break, and are now 11-3 overall.