Lighthouse Christian 3, Dietrich 0

DIETRICH — The Lions swept the Blue Devils 25-17, 25-11, 25-17 in the North Side Conference road match.

Lighthouse Christian needed four sets to beat Dietrich in the season opener, which didn’t count toward the conference standings.

Lighthouse Christian (7-0, 3-0) downed 35 team kills, with senior Haylee Grossmann finishing with a team-high 12 kills, followed by Gracie Cover with 11. Senior setter Sabrina De Jong had 21 set assists and three serving aces.

For the Lions’ defense, Grossmann, De Jong and Cover each had eight digs and De Jong and Grossmann had two blocks.

Dietrich senior Jaxen Eggleston and junior Matigan Bingham each had seven kills, and senior Quincie Christiansen added five. Setter Brianna Astle dished out 15 assists.

Dietrich hosts Richfield on Wednesday, and Lighthouse Christian hosts Murtaugh on Thursday.

Buhl 3, Canyon Ridge 0

TWIN FALLS — The Indians finished with the 25-15, 25-21, 25-20 nonconference win over the Riverhawks.

Senior Taylor Huddleston led the Canyon Ridge offense with 12 kills, Alexis Jones contributed 22 assists and Makayla Bernal had two serving aces.

For the Riverhawks defense, Jenna McClain had two blocks, and Kelbie Standley had 17 digs.

Canyon Ridge (6-12) hosts Twin Falls on Wednesday, and Buhl hosts Filer on Thursday.

Declo 3, Wendell 0

WENDELL – The Hornets cruised past the Trojans 25-9, 25-15, 25-9 in their Canyon Conference opener.

“We’re improving,” Declo coach Heather Gibby said. “I think we’re gonna start surprising people with what we can do.”

Courtney Christopherson had nine kills and six aces, and Haylie Brackenbury had four aces and 10 digs for Declo (2-4), which hosts Filer on Monday.

Wendell hosts Kimberly on Thursday.

Oakley 3, Glenns Ferry 0

GLENNS FERRY — Oakley improved to 5-0 in the Snake River Conference and 10-1 overall with the 25-9, 25-15, 25-16 road win over the Pilots.

The Hornets recorded 26 team kills and nine serving aces, with four by Khali Wells. Seniors Rachael Mitton and Makinlee Cranney each had seven kills and Oakley setters, Blakely Payton and Liz Hardy, combined for 19 assists.

For Glenns Ferry, Sage Wootan had a balanced all-around match with six kills, three digs and one block.

Oakley is at Valley, and Glenns Ferry hosts Hagerman on Thursday.

Shoshone 3, Valley 1

HAZELTON — Shoshone won the Snake River Conference road match over Valley, 25-14, 23-25, 25-19, 25-13.

The Vikings had 22 kills as a team and four blocks.

“The girls played with more confidence tonight,” said Valley coach Katie Clark.

Valley (4-6, 2-3) hosts Oakley and Shoshone hosts Raft River on Thursday.

Hagerman 3, Raft River 0; Grace 2, Hagerman 0

MALTA – Hagerman split a pair of matches at Tuesday’s road tri-match.

The Pirates beat Raft River 25-18, 25-10, 25-17 and lost to Grace 14-25, 25-27.

“We struggled being consistent with our energy level and our effort,” Hagerman coach Katie Knight said. “We coasted against Raft River, and we weren’t ready to play Grace.”

For Hagerman, Tristyn Hulme, Christina Robinson and Elly Yore each had eight kills. Hulme added 15 aces, Robinson had 17 digs and Teresa Daily and Brenna Firth combined for 25 assists.

The Pirates (4-5, 2-2) play at Glens Ferry on Thursday.

Twin Falls Christian Academy 3, Community School 0

SUN VALLEY – Twin Falls Christian Academy remained undefeated on the season with a three-set win over Community School, albeit a tight one. The Warriors won 25-21, 25-22 and 27-25 on the road.

“We struggled with our intensity, but they did a good job of getting that back up and fighting for every point. They didn’t let the nerves get to them,” said Twin Falls Christian Academy head coach Callie Walker.

TFCA (9-0) next travels to Calvary in Boise on Saturday.

Richfield 3, Camas County 1

RICHFIELD – The match was tight, but Richfield prevailed 25-21, 24-26, 25-21, 28-26 for its first North Side Conference win of the season.

Shelby Buckner had 21 digs, and Kyndyl Allen had nine kills for the Tigers (1-8, 1-5), who play at Dietrich on Wednesday.

Camas County hosts Castleford on Thursday.

Murtaugh 3, Castleford 1

CASTLEFORD — The Red Devils defeated the host Wolves 25-15, 25-18, 22-25, 25-19 in the North Side Conference match.

Kennedy Adams had 22 digs for the Castleford defense, and for the offense, Maddy March led with five kills, followed by Bailey Truscott with four.

Castleford (4-8, 0-3) is at Camas County and Murtaugh travels to Lighthouse Christian on Thursday.

Boys soccer

Filer 3, Minico 2

FILER — The Wildcats skated past the Spartans for a nonconference win on Tuesday.

Jesus Lopez scored two goals, and Justin Allen scored the other for Filer (5-4-2), which hosts Declo on Thursday.

Minico (3-10) hosts Canyon Ridge on Wednesday.

Bliss 4, Gooding 0

GOODING – The Bears remained undefeated with Tuesday’s shutout win.

Armando Cordoba, Alex Cruz, Fernando Marez and Steven Rubio scored, and Marez assisted Cordoba for Bliss (8-0, 7-0 High Desert Conference), which hosts Community School on Thursday.

The Senators (0-9-1, 0-7-1) host Buhl the same day.

Community School 2, Buhl 0

BUHL – The Cutthroats kept pace with Bliss in the High Desert Conference standings with Tuesday’s shutout win.

Cash Dart scored for the 12th straight game, and fellow sophomore Ridley Lindstrom scored the other goal for Community School (9-3, 7-1), which plays at Bliss on Thursday.

Buhl (4-5-1, 2-4-1) plays at Gooding on Thursday.

Declo 3, Wendell 2

DECLO – The Hornets beat the Trojans by one goal for the second time this season.

In the teams’ first meeting on August 24, Declo won 2-1.

Tyson Ramsey, Trey Smyer and Duncan Blackman scored for the Hornets (3-3-2 overall and in conference), who play at Filer on Thursday.

Luis Rodriguez scored both goals for Wendell (1-6-1, 1-5-1), which hosts Bliss on Tuesday.

Girls soccer

Bliss 1, Gooding 0

GOODING – Jenni Rodriguez scored in the last five minutes to give the Bears a High Desert Conference win.

“It’s the best we ever played,” Gooding coach Chris Thompson said. “We just couldn’t get them to punch through.”

Bliss (3-3-1 overall and in conference) hosts Community School on Thursday, and Gooding (0-3-2, 0-3-2) hosts Buhl the same day.

Community School 10, Buhl 1

BUHL — The Cutthroats had four players — Christine Estep, Lily Fitzgerald, Molly Milgard and Grace Pepin — each with two goals in the High Desert League win over the Indians.

Ella Viesturs and Kate Weatherholtz added single goals. The Buhl goal was made by Kyra Azevedo.

Community School (12-0-1, 8-0) is at Bliss and Buhl (2-6, 2-4) travels to Gooding on Thursday.

Declo 1, Wendell 0

DECLO — In a very physical game between High Desert League foes, the Hornets came away with the win on a goal by Halee Whitehead off an assist by Mataya Gentry.

“I’m very proud of the girls,” said Wendell coach Grace Silva. “They are getting better and they are rising to the level of the opponents they are playing.”

Declo (6-2 overall and in conference) is at Filer on Thursday. Wendell (2-5-1, 2-4-1) hosts Bliss on Saturday.