Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Basketball State

We were able to go to state last week to watch Taylor's team play. I have always loved going to Boise for basketball, and even though it's still sometimes hard to sit on the Hillcrest side, it was a lot of fun to watch them play. :) They had a great team this year and it's been so exciting to watch them play this season.
At the first game they played Skyview and won by six, the second game they played Twin Falls and lost by four, and the third game they played Bishop Kelly and won by like fifteen. They ended up taking third!
Of couse they all were all very intense games, and man I love a close basketball game.
The whole Roe fam after the last game.
Jacoby loved swimming at the pool and playing with Jaime's beach ball.
Taylor and Jacoby after a game.
Debie and I took Jacoby to Pojos. He had lots of fun!
Jacoby loves his new shirt with the basketball on it and is constantly pointing to it.

Very blurry pictures, but I had to show off my cute brother-in-law warming up!

The weather was great over there; going to Boise for basketball state always makes me realize that spring really is coming soon.
It was really nice to spend time with Tyler's family, too.
We loved watching Taylor's team play, and will really miss watching him next year during his senior year. Hopefully we will be able to catch a game during the holidays because we will definitely be missing it. :)

4 comments:

Judy said...

I miss all those fun times. Jacoby is getting so big and grown up. Glad you had a blast!

Steph said...

I love basketball state, too. And it seems so much warmer over there!

Taylor and Lyndsi said...

I wish BHS would have made it so we could have gone! It would be nice to be in that nice weather! Jacoby is so dang cute! I just want to kiss his little face! Looks like he loved Pojo's!

Jenn and Tyler said...

Boise looked so nice! I miss Boise, great place to live (for future reference) though everywhere we've lived has been pretty great...even Butte Montana baby!
I'm glad you got to go to state to see your brother in law play, I had a hard time when we lived in Omaha and missed so many of Chelsea's games, but you also gain a lot of fun and new experiences in school to, I'm just so excited for you!