TWIN FALLS – After two heartbreaking overtime losses to start the season, the Canyon Ridge Riverhawks got first-year head coach Darren Van Hofwegen his first win with the program, beating Filer 66-61 Tuesday night.

“Finally,” Van Hofwegen said.

The Riverhawks overcame 26 points from Nick Hale, using an uptempo offense to score 22 points in the fourth quarter.

“Our chemistry is good,” Van Hofwegen said. “We have a different style of play. We like to go a little faster. it is just something different. It’s a work in progress, but we got layups late because of our ability to transition.”

Senior Ryan Packham led the way with 22 points, while the Riverhawks pounded the ball inside late as well, as junior bigman Izak Cuellar helped Canyon Ridge defeat Filer’s 1-3-1 zone, scoring 12 of his 16 points in the final quarter.

Canyon Ridge rematches with Ridgevue on Saturday, while Filer, now 1-1, hosts Declo on Friday.

Canyon Ridge 66, Filer 61

FILER 15 15 13 18—61

CANYON RIDGE 15 15 14 22—66

FILER (61)

Koyle 5, Miskin 5, Hale 26, Hughes 7, Moon 3, Meyerhoeffer 13, Karel 2. Totals: 24 6-11 61.

CANYON RIDGE (66)

Packham 22, Rodriguez 5, Pierce 5, Clark 16, Alic 2, Cuellar 16. Totals: 27, 8-11 66.

3-point goals: Filer 7 (Hale 2, Meyerhoeffer 2, Koyle, Miskin) Moon). Canyon Ridge 4 (Packham, Rodriguez, Pierce, Clark). Team fouls: Filer 12, Canyon Ridge 10. Fouled out: None.

Pocatello 79, Jerome 72

JEROME – The Tigers gave the No. 4 ranked Indians a run but Jerome just came up short in the end suffering their first loss of the season.

“It was one heck of a game,” said Jerome coach Joe Messick. ”I was very pleased with our effort on the floor.”

The Tigers had four players in double figures with senior Logan Geist scoring a team high 17 points followed by 16 by Brien Ploss, Alex Clegg added 13 and Tyler Cook had 12. Jerome 3-0 (3-1) travels to Skyview on Saturday.

Pocatello 79, Jerome 72

Pocatello;25;12;21;21-79

Jerome;18;24;11;19;-72

JEROME (72)

Lenker 4, Nordquist 5, Logan Geist 17, Alex Clegg 13, Brien Ploss 16, Tyler cook 12, Myers 5. Totals 24 21-29 72.

3-point goals: Pocatello 11, Jerome 3 (Cook, Ploss, Geist). Total fouls: Pocatello 23, Jerome 21. Fouled out: Jerome, Geist, Nordquist.

Buhl 63, American Falls 15

BUHL – The Buhl Indians got their first win of the season, and in convincing fashion, crushing American Falls 63-15.

Buhl held a 37-3 halftime lead, shutting out the Beavers in the first quarter.

“Our energy level on defense was amazing,” said Buhl head coach Dan Winn.

Greg Loveless led the way with 21 points and nine rebounds for Buhl.

Buhl 63, American Falls 15

American Falls;0;3;10;2—15

BUHL;18;19;22;4—63

BUHL (63)

Lauda 11, Allred 3, Azevedo 4, Elkin 8, Bowman 10, Loveless 21, Cleverely 4, Montgomery 2. Totals: 26 10-17 63.

3-point goals: Buhl 1 (Bowman). Team fouls: Buhl 5, American Falls 14. Fouled out: None.

Support around him and Visser, we have a lot of young guys with no varsity experience. We ghave to be patient and keep working at it and get better every day.

Gooding 45, Wood River 39 (2 OT)

GOODING – The Senators got their first win of the season under first year head coach Chris Comstock, bearing Wood River 45-39 in double overtime.

The coach’s son, Bryson Comstock, led the way with 24-points, including 5 3-pointers.

Cade Schott scored 13 for Wood River, which fell to 0-2 on the season.

Wood River hosts Buhl next, while Gooding hosts Sugar-Salem.

Gooding 45, Wood River 39 (2 OT)

Wood River;11;6;6;4;6;6—39

Gooding;10;2;7;8;6;12—45

WOOD RIVER (39)

Mary 7, Scott 11, Schott 13, Gifford 2, Mueller 6. Totals: 14 8-10 39.

GOODING (45)

Faulkner 1, Comstock 24, Loveland 8, Pamplona 2, Darcy 2, Visser 9. Totals: 12 15-17 45.

3-point goals: Wood River 3 (Schott 3) Gooding 6 (Visser, Comstock 5). Team fouls: Wood River 17, Gooding 12. Fouled out: Scott, Gifford (Wood River).

Twin Falls Christian 63, Camas County 43

TWIN FALLS – Twin Falls Christian only had three scorers in the win over Camas County. Juniors Kevin Wiest and Elijah Bolyard each knocked down 28 points and Jared Miller added seven for the Wariors. Wiest completed the double-double with 14 boards. Austin Johnson-Burns led the Mushers with 14 points and Trey Smith had 11. Camas County hosts Richfield and Twin Falls Christian(2-0) hosts Murtaugh on Thursday

Twin Falls Christian 63, Camas County 43

Camas County;10;14;7;12;-43

Twin Falls Christian;17;12;15;19;-63

CAMAS COUNTY (43)

Waligorski 3, Johnson-Burns 14, Hainline 2, Rossman 4, Kramer 9, Smith 11. Totals 18 4-8 43.

TWIN FALLS CHRISTIAN (63)

Wiest 28, Miller 7, Bolyard 28. Totals 26 8-13 63.

3-point goals: Camas County 3 (Smith), Twin Falls Christian 3 (Weist 2, Miller). Total fouls: Camas County 13, Twin Falls Christian 9. Fouled out: none.

Girls basketball

Declo 38, Buhl 32

DECLO – Mattie Ramsey had 10, Jaesa Fox 9 and the Declo Hornets improved to 6-2 on the season.

“For us, we finally did a great job of running our plays offensively,” said head coach Deena Garbett.

Buhl was led by Sage Eckert with 9 points. Buhl, now 3-4, hosts American Falls on Wednesday while Declo travels to Gooding Thursday.

Declo 38, Buhl 32

BUHL;5;14;6;7—32

DECLO;8;6;8;16—38

BUHL (32)

Benson 3, Eckert 9, E. Benson 5, E. Gorrell 4, Somers 2, Vera 1, A. Gorell 8. Totals: 12 4-7 32.

DECLO (38)

Hamilton 7, M. Ramsey 10, P. Ramsey 6, Nasty 6, Fox 9. Totals: 12 11-18 38.

3-point goals: Buhl 4 (K. Benson, Eckert 3. Declo 3 (M. Ramsey 2, P. Ramsey 1) Team fouls: Buhl 18, Declo 9. Fouled out: None.

Hagerman 40, Glenns Ferry 37

GLENNS FERRY – The Pilots held a 20-18 lead at the half but a three point third quarter ended up being the difference in the Snake River Conference loss to the Pirates. Glenns Ferry junior Jenni Rodriguez with 13 points was the leading scorer for the game and Samantha McCrorey had a team-high 12 and Tristyn Hulme followed with 10 for the Hagerman. Jentry Solosabal pulled down 12 rebounds for the Pilots. Hagerman hosts Dietrich and Glenns Ferry (16, 0-2) is at Shoshone on Thursday.

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Hagerman 40, Glenns Ferry 37

Hagerman;9;9;10;12;-40

Glenns Ferry;7;13;3;14;-37

HAGERMAN (40)

Crist 7, McCrorey 12, Scheller 2, Hulme 10, Achabal 2, Yore 7. Totals 17 6-20 40.

GLENNS FERRY (37)

Hedelius 2, Garcia 4, Wootan 2, Rodriguez 13, Mills 2, Hernandez 7, Solosabal 7. Totals.14 5-13 37.

3-point goals: Glenns Ferry 4 (Rodriguez 3, Hernandez). Total fouls: Hagerman 13, Glenns Ferry 19. Fouled out: Glenns Ferry, Hernandez. Technical fouls: Hagerman, Hulme.

Valley 40, Dietrich 39

DIETRICH – An improved Dietrich team came up just short against a tough Valley team and ended up suffering a one-point loss.

“The girls have come a long way,” said Dietrich coach Acey Shaw. “I impressed with the girls improvement. The last time we played Valley, they beat us by 29 points.”

The Vikings won the first half 28-26 and the two point margin was the difference as the Blue Devils came out on top in the second half, 13-12. Kynsee Mussmann had 12 points, Madisyn Kimmel followed with 11 and Tannah Sellers added 10 for Valley. Dietrich sophomore Matigan Bingham was the big scorer for the game with 19 points. Dietrich (1-4) is at Hagerman on Thursday and Valley is at Raft River on Friday.

Valley 40, Dietrich 39

Valley;15;13;5;7;-40

Dietrich;14;12;10;3;-39

VALLEY (40)

Sellers 10, Mangum 3, Mussmann 12, Hernandez 4, Kimmel 11.Totals 14 7-10 40.

DIETRICH (39)

Shaw 4, Hendrix 2, Berthelson 5, Eggleston 4, Christiansen 5, Bingham 19.

Totals 12 9-15 39.

3-point goals: Valley 5 (Mussman 3, Sellers 2), Dietrich 6 (Bingham 5, Shaw 1). Total fouls: Valley 14, Dietrich 13. Fouled out: Valley, Reed.

Oakley 43, Raft River 28

OAKLEY – The Hornets remained unbeaten at 6-0 and 3-0 in the Snake River Conference with the home win over the Trojans. Oakley guard Jaclyn Wybenga was the top scorer for the game with 13 points and Dixie Whittle added 10. Audah Jones scored a team-high 10 points for Raft River. Oakley is at Carey and Raft River hosts Valley on Friday.

Oakley 43, Raft River 28

Raft River 4;6;6;12;-28

Oakley;12;11;9;11;-43

RAFT RIVER (28)

Smith 7, Ward 3, Ottley 1, Carpenter 7, Jones 10. Totals. 10 6-15 28.

OAKLEY (43)

Elquist 4, Wybenga 13, Hardy 4, Westover 3, Payton 4, Whittle 10, Cranney 5.

Totals 16 7-15 43.

3-point goals: Raft River 2 (Ward, Carpenter), Oakley 4 (Wybenga 3, Whittle). Total fouls: Raft River 14, Oakley 14. Fouled out: Raft River, Carpenter; Oakley, Payton.

Wrestling

Minico 61, Kuna 22

98:Avery Stimpson (M) fall John Kallmeyer, 3:17; 106: Ryeker Anderson (M) tech fall Julio Rivera, 16-0, 6:00; 113; Kreede Peterson (K) fall Zal Allred, 3:29; 120: Eddie Daniel (M) fall Tyler Cobb, 3:34; 126: Dallas Andrade (M) over unknown; 132: Brady Barroso (K) md Juan Ramirez, 10-2; 138: Jorge Alonzo (M) fall Casey Loftis, 3:19;

145: Anthony Rawson (M) md Malakai Moyer, 15-7; 152: Koy Meredith (M) dq Brady Davenport; 160: James Anderson (M) over unknown; 170: Kendall Peterson (M) md Cedar Miller, 12-2; 182: Boe Boston (M) fall Corbin Black, 3:37; 195: Jade Barendreght (M) fall Connor Baum, 1:35; 220: Tucker Heindel (K) fall Regan Strunk, 0:15;

285: Gavin Heindel (K) fall Johnny Aguilar, 1:07.

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