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Capital Girls Basketball: Welcome!

 

2014-2015

Open gym Schedule:
STARTS 9/16

(listed in the side column)

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 (NEW SUMMER PICTURES ADDED BELOW, 9/1/14)

Summer 2014

varsity (24-9)

JV (21-4)

frosh/soph (11-10)

Another great summer!!!


 wALLA wALLA CC/wHITMAN U.
(WALLA wALLA, WA)

Girls Walla Walla

3 - wins   2 - loses


utah valley university

(orem, ut)

5 - wins      0 - loses
Utah Valley 2


eastern washington university
(cheney, wa)

6 - wins     1 - loss
EWU


 

hawk/DAWG Tourney
(Nampa,ID)

 

VARSITY
(3-1) GOLD DIVISION/Final four (24Tms)
JUNIOR Varsity
(3-1) GOLD DIVISION/Final FOur (24TMS)
SOPHOMORE- (As a JV TM)
Bronze DIVISION/Runner-UP (24 Tms)


 

Open gym Schedule:

(listed in the side column)
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 2013-2014

Congratulations!

Delaney Sauer (Sr.)
All-Conference: 2nd Team
All-Conference Academic
All-State Academic
State: All-Tournament:2nd Team (Idahosports.com)
5A SIC Senior All-Star
5A SIC All-Star Game:3pt Champion
All-State Senior All-Star
5A State All-Star Game:3pt Champion

Khadija Neumeyer (Sr.)
All-Conference: Honorable Mention
All-Conference Academic
All-State Academic
State: All-Tournament:Honorable Mention (Idahosports.com)
5A SIC Senior All-Star

Emilie Eckhart (Jr.)
All-Conference: Honorable Mention

Nicole White (Jr.)
All-Conference Nominee

Capital Girls Basketball (Team)
Team GPA: 3.74

Megan Gurney (Sr.)
All-Conference Academic
All-State Academic

Kylie Centers (Sr.)
All-Conference Academic
All-State Academic

Natalie Cacchillo (Sr.)
All-Conference Academic
All-State Academic

Macy Dye (Sr.)
All-Conference Academic

Grace Jacobsen (Jr.)
All-Conference Academic
All-State Academic

Alayah Jackson (Fr.)
All-Conference Academic
All-State Academic

Brooklyn Grange (Jr.)
All-Conference Academic
All-State Academic

Brynn Dittman (So.)
All-Conference Academic
All-State Academic


Delaney SIC ALL-StarDelaney State All-Star

 Congratulations!

Delaney Sauer

SIC All-Star 3pt Champion

State All-Star 3pt Champion


 

  Wendys

 Congratulations to 

DELANEY SAUER

Wendy's High School
Heisman Award Winner
for Idaho!


 

 

ON TO STATE!!!

Capital 54 Centennial 34 (2/12/14)
After losing at the buzzer in the opening round of the district tournament and then defeating the Vallivue Falcons in the elimination round, the Capital Eagles roared into the State Tournament by crushing the Centennial Patriots 54-34.  Jumping out to a 12-0 lead in the opening minutes and a 26-17 halftime lead, the Eagles extended their lead to 27 points in the fourth quarter, punching their ticket to State. Despite the offense's patience and percision, it was the defense of Capital that confounded and flustered the Patriots all night long, holding Centennial's top two scorers to 6 total points through the first three quarters. Capital plays Game#2 at 3:00 at the Idaho Center on Feb. 20th. This is Capital's fourth trip to State in the last five years. Capital 14-9(12-9)


 

 2013-14 Senior Night 

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Kylie Centers, Natalie Cacchillo, Delaney Sauer
Khadija Neumeyer, Megan Gurney, Macy Dye
(left to right)


 

Capital 55 Vallivue 42 (1/28/14)
In a game that was closer than it needed to be, but never in doubt, the Capital Eagles out-gunned the Vallivue Falcons 22-13 in the fourth quarter to cruise to victory.  It took the Eagles several different defenses to find one that would extend the score to a comfortable lead, but in the end, good old fashion man-to-man allowed Capital to put this game out of reach for the Falcons. Kylie Centers scored 15 points to lead the Eagles, while Khadija Neumeyer led the team with 10 rebounds, and Emilie Eckhart dropped 3 assists.  Capital 12-7 (10-7) 


Capital 52 Timberline 37 (1/24/14)
The Capital Eagles avenged an early season loss by jumping all over the Timberline Wolves in the first quarter, 18-6.  Capital maintained that lead to halftime and extended it by five more in the third and two more in the fourth, to defeat the Wolves by fifteen.  Delaney Sauer and Bella Lewis led the Eagles with 12 points and 9 points apiece, while Emilie Eckhart grabbed 5 rebounds and Kylie Centers dished out 3 assists. Capital 11-7 (9-7)


 

14 Pink Night

Capital 39  Borah 33 (1/18/14)
It was a high energy night that had a lot going on, the Capital/Borah rivalry game, the battle for the second piece of the Griffin plaque, and the Hoop for the Cure, Pink Night for breast cancer awareness, but the game itself provided the fireworks. Down three to start the fourth quarter, an 18-9 run by the Eagles and four straight, clutch freethrows by Kylie Centers and Bella Lewis put the game away for good. Capital's scoring was led by Khadija Neumeyers 12 points, and Delaney Sauer added 9 points and 11 rebounds. Capital 10-7(8-7)

Both pieces of the Griffin plaque, which documents the winner of the Capital/Borah rivalry, will stay in its entirety at Capital HS for another year as the Eagles swept the Lions for the second straight year.

For the Pink Night/Hoop for the Cure, both Borah and Capital teams participated in the event, with all three levels for both teams wearing Pink Night shirts.  A donation to the Susan G. Komen foundation will include all of the Capital proceeds for the entire gate of the game, t-shirt sales, a donation from the Borah basketball program, and an additional donation from the Capital cheerleaders.

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City Champions!
 
Riverglen

RIVERGLEN 7TH/8TH GRADE A'S:


2013

Regular Season

Champions!

13-1

 Fairmont

FAIRMONT 9TH GRADE:


Capital 55 Eagle 52 (1/10/14)
The Eagle Mustangs continued to cause the Capital Eagles trouble this season, refusing to submit to the Capital pressure.  With a one point lead with a minute to go, a Capital offensive rebound, followed by a huge Emilie Eckhart 3-pointer, Capital took a four point lead and held off the Mustangs in the final seconds to secure the victory, avenging an early season loss.  Capital was led Emilie Echkart's 18 points and 18 more from Delaney Sauer.  Khadija Neumeyer had an additional 9 points, 8 rebounds and 4 assists. Capital 9-6 (7-6)


 Capital36  Centennial 46 (1/8/14)
Two quarters of intense defensive basketball left these two teams tied up at halftime, but a Centennial 17-4 third quarter run allowed the Patriots to pull away from the Capital Eagles.  Capital made a valiant effort in the fourth quarter to cut the lead  to single digits, but fell short in the waning minutes.  Capital was led by Delaney Sauer's 14 points and Khadija Neumeyer's 9 points and 13 boards. Capital 8-6 (6-6)


  Capital 38 Boise 35 OT (1/4/14)
Capital ended their nine straight road game schedule with an ugly, but passionate overtime win over inner-city rival Boise High.  In a physical, cold shooting 1st half, Capital trailed 15-9 at intermission and by as much as 12 halfway into the third quarter before digging in and making a run at the Braves.  Capital took a regulation lead with a minute and a half left, but the Braves answered with a late basket, sending the game into overtime.  In OT, the Braves' foul trouble caught up with them and Khadija Neumeyer's four straight free throws gave Capital the lead for good.  The Eagles were led by Delaney Sauer's 11 points and 12 rebounds, but it was the team's defensive effort that led the way to victory. Capital 8-5 (6-5)


 Capital 47 Meridian 39 (1/2/14)
Coming off a long Christmas break, it took the Capital Eagles a quarter to wake up against the Meridian Warriors.  After falling behind 13-7 in the first quarter, the visiting Eagles closed out the final three quarters with a 40-26 run.  Capital's run was backed by a dominating performance on the boards, out rebounding the Warriors 60-37. Emilie Eckhart, Delanaey Sauer, and Nicole White led the Eagles rebounding efforts with 7 apiece and 8 points, 14 points and 6 points respectively. Capital 7-5 (5-5)


Capital 39 Mtn.View 53 (12/20/13)
After a quick start, jumping out 13-6 early in the first, the Capital Eagles' shooting cooled off and left the door open for the tough Mtn. View Mavericks.  The game was a hard fought and hotly contested throughout the contest, but the Eagles missed a few easy, crucial baskets in the fourth quarter, forcing Capital to foul and to allow the Mavericks to pull away late.  Capital was led by Emilie Eckhart's 11 points and Nicole White's 8. Capital 6-5 (4-5)


Capital 49 Vallivue 37 (12/19/13)
The Capital Eagles were not very kind to the Vallivue Falcons in this match up in the 2C.  Jumping out to a 15-6 1st quarter lead and extending that to 43-23 lead by the end of the 3rd, Capital cruised to the victory.  Capital's domination of the boards, out rebounding the Falcons 54-32, was a major factor in the win.  The Eagles were led by Delaney Sauer's 12 points, Nicole White's 9 points and 7 rebounds, and Emilie Eckhart's 8 points and 7 steals.  Capital 6-4 (4-4)


 Capital 54 Borah 39 (12/17/13)
The Capital Eagles got back to their winning ways against arch-rival Borah with a strong second half, routing the Lions 33-17 in the 3rd and 4th quarters.  Capital was led by Khadija Neumeyer's 15 points and Nicole White's double-double of 12 points and 13 rebounds.  The win ensures that the green and gold half of the Griffin plaque, which documents the Capital/Borah rivalry, stays at Capital for another year.  The black and gold half of the Griffin will be up for grabs when the Eagles host the Lions on Jan. 18th. (Game pictures in the Photo Archive) Capital 5-4 (3-4)


Capital 36 Rocky Mtn. 47 (12/13/13) 
The Capital Eagles fell behind 0-8 in the first minutes of the game against the Grizzlies and were forced to play from behind for the rest of the game, falling behind 31-14 at the half.  Capital made the game interesting by cutting the Rocky Mtn. lead to single digits in the early minutes of the fourth quarter, but unfortunately couldn't get it any closer, eventually losing by 11.  Capital was led Delaney Sauer's 11 points.  Khadija Neumeyer chipped in 8 points and Belle Lewis added 7 more. Natalie Cacchillo took her fifth charge in two games, passing her sister Jenna Cacchillo('10), for the school's record for Charges Taken, with 21(and counting) for a varsity career. Capital 4-4 (2-4)


Capital 33 Eagle 36 (12/11/13)
In a deja'vu game against the Eagle Mustangs, Capital's loss was errily similar to their last loss at Timberline. The poor shooting Eagles (12/45) led for the first three quarters, fell behind in the fourth quarter, and failed to convert a well executed last second play to win/tie.  The result wasn't what Capital expected or hoped for, but Khadija Neumeyer was a bright spot for the Eagles with 11 points and 8 steals. Delaney Sauer added 10 points, Nicole White grabbed 10 rebounds, and Kylie Centers had 5 assists. Capital 4-3 (2-3)


 Capital 44 Timberline 47(12/5/13)
Shooting 13 of 55 for the evening the Capital Eagles struggled against a fiesty Timberline. Even with the poor shooting, Capital led at the end of the first three quarters, but the persistent Wolves refused to go away and outscored Capital 19-12 in the fourth quarter.  Down one, the Eagles had a chance to take the lead with 5 seconds left, but turned the ball over and had to foul, giving the win to Timberline.  Captial was Led by Delaney Sauer's 18 points and Nicole White's additional 13. Capital 4-2 (2-2)


 Capital 49 Centennial 58 (11/26/13)
The Capital Eagles lost their first game of the season versus the Centennial Patriots. Capital fell into early foul trouble with 13 first quarter fouls and was down 20 toward the end of the third quarter. The Eagles stormed back in the fourth quarter and cut the Patriot lead to 6 with 3 minutes to go, but eventually fell short. Capital was led by Delaney Sauer's 12 points, Nicole White's 11 and Khadija Neumeyer's 12. Capital 4-1 (2-1)


 Capital 43 Boise 41 (11/23/13)
Capital picked up its fourth straight victory Friday night against cross-town rival Boise HS. In a back-and-forth contest in which the Braves led most of the game, the Eagle’s Emilie Eckhart connected with Khadija Neumeyer on a backdoor cut to give Capital a 2 point lead with 13 seconds left to give the Eagles the victory.  Neumeyer and Delaney Sauer led the Eagles with 13 points each, while Nicole White recorded her first double-double of the year with 10 points and 10 rebounds.  Emilie Eckhart scored a season-low 2 points in this contest, but tied a school record with 11 steals against the Braves. 
Capital 4-0(2-0)


 Capital 63 Meridian 37 (11/21/13)
The Capital Eagles opened up conference competition by convincingly defeating the Meridian Warriors 62-37.  Capital’s defense stifled the Warriors with 19 steals, while forcing 26 turnovers total.  Emilie Eckhart and Khadija Neumeyer led the Eagles with 12 points each and Belle Lewis added 10 more.  Neumeyer and Macy Dye led Capital in rebounds with 5 apiece, and Delaney Sauer helped the team with a game high 4 steals and 5 assists.Capital 3-0(1-0)


Capital 51 Mountain Home 18 (11/19/13)
Capital hosted the 4A Mountain Home Tigers for their first home game of the season.  For the second straight game the Eagles started off hot taking a 20-6 first quarter lead and a 34-13 halftime lead. Capital held the Tigers to 5 second half points, winning the game 51-18. Capital was led by Delaney Sauer and Emily Eckhart's 11 points, Khadija Neumeyer's 9 points and 5 assists, and Megan Gurney's 6 rebounds. Capital 2-0 (0-0)


Capital 65 Kuna 47 (11/16/13)
The Capital Girls Basketball team opened the 2013-14 season in Kuna, Id. versus the 4A Lady Kavemen. Starting off the year strong, the Eagles scored 27 points in the first quarter of the season and never looked back for the rest of the game.  Capital was led by Delaney Sauer’s 20 points, 20 rebounds, and 6 assists.  Emilie Eckhart also chipped in 23 points and 9 steals. Capital 1-0 (0-0)  


  Capital Eagles!

2013 District Champions!

Championship 2

 Capital Girls Claim 5A District Three Title in Double OT

 Championship 1


 

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CAPITAL'S

C
ULTURE OF EXCELLENCE
EXCELLENCE IS AN EXPECTATION!

 

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY 11/2/13

2013 STATE CHAMPIONS


 Dinstinguished Student Award

DISTINGUISHED STUDENT 10/27/13

PETER HUANG


7s Hero

SEVEN'S HERO 10/21/13
Students Inspiring Kids to Read
at Old Boise Firehouse


CAPITAL SOFTBALL COACH 9/3/13

Boise men’s softball team wins National Championship

 Shane.Adler


 CAPITAL HERO

Former Capital basketball player, Kelsey Alder,

and loyal Capital basketball fan, Catherine Grigg,

play hero’s role in saving man’s life.

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   2014-2015

SIC Conference

5A PODS

Capital
Borah
Timberline
Rocky Mtn.
Centennial
Nampa
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Boise
Mtn.View
Eagle
Vallivue
Meridian
Columbia

(The conference schedule will consist of each team playing everyone in their POD twice and everyone in the other POD once.) 

2014-2015
Non-Conference Games:
Bishop Kelly
Middleton
Lewiston
Clarkston, WA


 IF YOU ARE A CAPITAL GRADUATE THAT PLAYED COLLEGE BASKETBALL, AT ANY LEVEL, AND WE DON''T HAVE YOU LISTED UNDER THE ALUMNI PAGE, CONTACT COACH TELLERIA WITH YOUR INFORMATION!
(CLICK HERE)


Spokane CC

Khadija Neumeyer

is  now a

SPOKANE C.C.
SASQUATCH!

Congratulations!

School Record:
Single Game Steals - 11

School Record:
2nd All-Time
Steals in a Career - 187


 Utah St

Liz Landreth

is now an

AGGIE!

Congratulations!

2012-2013 1st Team All-State
2012-2013 1st Team All-Conference

Idaho Statesman:
Athlete of the Week
Jan.28-Feb.2 2013

Idaho Statesman:
Athlete of the Week
Feb.4-Feb.9 2013

2011-2012 SIC Conference
Player of the Year

Idaho Statesman:
Athlete of the Week
Dec.5-Dec.10 2011

School Record:
All-time Points Scored for a Career - 1055

School Record:
1st & 2nd Points Scored in a Season - 368 & 341


CSI

Kayla Stephens

is now a

GOLDEN EAGLE!

Congratulations!


Corban U

Kalli Williams

is now a

WARRIOR!

Congratulations!

School Record:
All-time Assist Leader - 237

School Record:
Single Season Assists - 109
 
1st Team All-Conference-2012


C of I Yote

Morgan Buhr

is now a

YOTE!

Congratulations!


Amber Vandiver

is now a

BRONCO!


Congratulations!

2nd Team All-State
1st Team All-Conference

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Whitworth

Jenna Cacchillo

is now a

PIRATE!

Congratulations!


 

Columbia Basin

Sharaysa Stewart

is now a

HAWK!

Congratulations!


Westminster

Angela Fales

is now a

GRIFFIN!

Congratulations!


TVCC

Ali Dekerchove

is now a

Chuckar!

Congratulations!