Girls basketball

Buhl 61, Gooding 59 (OT)

GOODING — Kyra Azevedo sunk a layup as time expired in overtime to give the Indians a Sawtooth Central Idaho Conference win over the Senators.

Gooding coach Jysen Lancaster tried to call a timeout in the waning seconds of regulation, but he said the referees didn’t see/hear him, and the game went to an extra period.

“It was frustrating, to say the least,” Lancaster said.

Buhl overcame 29 points from Grace Parker. Gracie Faulkner added 11 points for Gooding (12-3, 2-2), which hosts Kimberly on Thursday.

Emily Gorrell scored 20 points, and Sage Eckert added 16 for Buhl (11-5, 3-3), which hosts Castleford on Wednesday.

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Buhl 61, Gooding 59 (OT)

Buhl 9 12 18 16 6 — 61

Gooding 14 16 12 13 4 — 59

BUHL (61) — Kendra Benson 4, Sage Eckert 16, Caroline Vega 7, Kyra Azevedo 7, Emily Gorrell 20, Madison Somers 5, Kayla Morse 2.

GOODING (59) — Gracie Faulkner 11, Riley Comstock 7, Erika Anthony 3, Grace Parker 29, Mallory Brown 5, Keely Wolf 5.

Burley 49, Jerome 40

JEROME — A 16-7 second quarter was the difference for the Bobcats in their Great Basin Conference win over the Tigers.

Jemilynn Mahoney scored 15 points, and Hallie Cook added 10 for Burley (12-6, 6-2), which hosts Twin Falls on Thursday.

Jordan Hill scored 12 points, and Mercedes Bell added 11 for Jerome (6-12, 3-5), which hosts Canyon Ridge the same day.

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Burley 49, Jerome 40

Burley 8 16 9 16 — 49

Jerome 4 7 10 19 — 40

BURLEY (49) — Natalie Rice 9, Sydney Pilling 5, Hallie Cook 10, Jaida Page 3, Ashley Shirley 2, Jemilynn Mahoney 15, Kelsie Pope 5.

JEROME (40) — Tiffani Warren 4, Mercedes Bell 11, Gracie Andersen 7, Jordan Hill 12, Chyanna Myers 3, Kailey Harrison 3.

Wood River 52, Canyon Ridge 34

HAILEY — Cailin Crist scored a game-high 21 points for the Riverhawks, but Canyon Ridge wouldn’t find much else as it fell to Wood River on the road.

Wood River was led by Luci Cuellar with 10 points and Hailey Bjorkman with 9 to win a conference game that Wood River assistant coach J.C. Nemecek called “hectic.”

“It was just fast-pace with a lot of pressure,” he said.

Wood River (5-12, 2-8) will travel to Minico on Thursday, while Canyon Ridge (2-14, 0-8) will play at Jerome the same day.

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Wood River 52, Canyon Ridge 34

Canyon Ridge 10 12 5 7 — 34

Wood River 15 16 7 14 — 52

CANYON RIDGE (34) — Karleigh Allen 3, Lynzie Bryant 4, Grace Lupumba 2, Caitlin Crist 21, Alicia Beverly 4.

WOOD RIVER (52) — Torie King 7, Luci Cuellar 10, Sariah Nilson 7, Grace Parke 4, Patrea Topp 8, Payson Bennett 3, Hailey Bjorkman 9, Audra Mary 4.

Kimberly 25, Filer 20

KIMBERLY — The Bulldogs eked out a home victory against Filer in a game with little offense.

Jose Schmitz led the game with 11 points for the Bulldogs.

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Kimberly 25, Filer 20

Filer 6 4 6 4 — 20

Kimberly 4 2 8 11 — 25

FILER (20) — Kori Gartner 2, Kelsie Snyder 2, Jailyn Gartner 7, Ella Fischer 5, Jerragan Thornton 2, Madison Ferrell 2.

KIMBERLY (25) — Brinley Humphries 2, Annie Walker 2, Meg Walker 2, Josie Schmitz 11, Jessie Wadsworth 9.

Declo 41, Wendell 36

DECLO — The Hornets completed a regular season sweep of their lone Canyon Conference opponent with Tuesday’s win.

Declo trailed 10-7 after one quarter, and the scored was tied 17-17 at halftime. An 18-11 third quarter gave the Hornets a lead they wouldn’t lose.

“We put some pressure on them and changed the momentum,” Declo coach Heather Gibby said.

Jaesa Fox and Maddie Ramsey each scored eight points for the Hornets (7-8, 2-0), who play at Oakley on Friday.

Rylee Dunn scored 11 points for Wendell (4-13, 0-2), which plays at Shoshone on Saturday.

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Declo 41, Wendell 36

Wendell 10 7 11 8 — 36

Declo 7 10 18 6 — 41

WENDELL (36) — Rylee Dunn 11, Stevie Torres 2, Olivia Gines 9, Robin Moreno 7, Jackie Hollenbeck 7.

DECLO (41) — Kate Mallory 5, Maddie Ramsey 8, Sydney Ramsey 2, Amanda Bott 4, Kelly Montoya 1, Maddie Matthews 6, Kamree Williams 7, Jaesa Fox 8.

Dietrich 52, Richfield 22

RICHFIELD — The Blue Devils handled the Tigers for a North Side Conference win.

Madison Christiansen and KayLee Hendrix each scored 13 points for Dietrich (11-3, 3-0), which plays at Lighthouse Christian on Thursday.

Shelby Buckner scored eight points for Richfield (3-13, 1-4), which hosts Valley the same day.

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Dietrich 52, Richfield 22

Dietrich 10 16 11 15 — 52

Richfield 7 6 5 4 — 22

DIETRICH (52) — Madison Christiansen 13, KayLee Hendrix 13, Cassie Berthelson 6, Bailey Hubert 1, Brianna Astle 5, Caylee Dilworth 2, Jaxen Eggleston 2, Quincie Christiansen 10.

RICHFIELD (22) — Shelby Buckner 8, Ashley Telford 3, Emilee Prologo 3, Sydney Wacht 4, Randa Allen 4.

Boys basketball

Minico 73, Canyon Ridge 55

RUPERT — Kasen Carpenter put up a 28-point performance as the Spartans topped Canyon Ridge.

“He’s playing with a lot of confidence and letting the game come to him,” Minico head coach Ty Shippen said.

Izak Cuellar led the Riverhawks with 18 points.

The Spartans (10-5, 3-2) will try to avenge their rivalry loss in Burley as they take on the Bobcats at home on Friday. Canyon Ridge (5-9, 1-4) will travel to Filer on Friday.

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Minico 73, Canyon Ridge 55

Canyon Ridge 13 13 17 12 — 55

Minico 20 21 15 17 — 73

CANYON RIDGE (55) — Trajen Holtzen 3, Logan Ahlquist 8, Derek Clark 12, Brendyn Milligan 1, Luke Teske 6, Avery Rambur 3, Louie Cresto 4, Izak Cuellar 18.

MINICO (73) — Regen Povlsen 6, Abe Guzman 2, Kasen Carpenter 28, Kobe Matsen 9, Rylan Chandler 10, Brant Etherington 12, Tyler Munsee 4, Mason Harwood 2.

Valley 54, Gooding 37

HAZELTON — The Vikings, ranked tied for second in the state 1A Division I media poll, led 16-2 after one quarter and 29-9 at halftime in their win over the 3A Senators.

Zane Mussman scored a game-high 15 points for Valley (10-3), which plays at Shoshone on Friday.

Shawn Pamplona scored 11 points, and Cayden Loveland added 10 for Gooding (1-11), which plays at Kimberly the same day.

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Valley 54, Gooding 37

Gooding 2 7 13 15 — 37

Valley 16 13 7 18 — 54

GOODING (37) — Kolton Adkinson 2, Shane Jennings 5, Logan Strom 7, Shawn Pamplona 11, TJ Russell 2, Cayden Loveland 10.

VALLEY (54) — Jason Hardy 9, Adam Elorrieta 4, Nikoli Carlquist 6, Ben Christensen 8, Nic Anderson 4, Alex Korom 6, Jacob Schilz 2, Zane Mussman 15.

Carey 61, Shoshone 42

SHOSHONE — The Panthers handled the Indians for a nonconference win.

Kaden Koudelka scored 17 points, Hayden Wayment had 15 and D.J. Parke added 10 for Carey (11-2), which hosts Glenns Ferry on Wednesday.

Patrick Taber scored a game-high 19 points for Shoshone (5-8), which hosts Valley on Friday.

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Carey 61, Shoshone 42

Carey 14 16 12 19 — 61

Shoshone 10 8 14 10 — 42

CAREY (61) — Houston Hennefer 6, D.J. Parke 10, Kaden Koudelka 17, Tanner Mecham 4, Hayden Wayment 15, Brigham Parke 9.

SHOSHONE (42) — Patrick Taber 19, Joe Koonce 2, Tyson Chapman 6, Ethan Perry 9, Ramon Rubalcava 4, Denny Arroyo 2.

Dietrich 68, Richfield 22

RICHFIELD — The top-ranked team in the 1A Division II media poll outscored Richfield 48-5 in the first half of its North Side Conference win.

Kade Shaw scored a game-high 22 points, and Lon page added 10 for Dietrich (11-1, 4-0), which plays at Lighthouse Christian on Friday.

Ian Gill scored 16 points for the Tigers (0-12, 0-3), who host Community School on Thursday.

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Dietrich 68, Richfield 22

Dietrich 28 20 16 4 — 68

Richfield 2 3 7 10 — 22

DIETRICH (68) — Tel Shaw 2, Brady Power 2, Payden Zimmers 1, Manuel Cabrern 4, Raygn Robertson 9, Kyler Robertson 8, Kade Shaw 22, Slade Dill 9, Lon Page 10, Andy Power 1.

RICHFIELD (22) — Angel Melendrez 1, Mason Loughmiller 2, Ian Gill 16, Hayden Tree 3.

Murtaugh 70, Community School 28

SUN VALLEY — The Red Devils blew out the Cutthroats for a North Side Conference win.

Pablo Miranda scored a game-high 24 points, and Kolby McClure added 20 for Murtaugh (7-8, 3-1), which hosts Camas County on Thursday.

Briggs Whorton scored 10 points for Community School (0-4 in conference), which plays at Richfield the same day.

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Murtaugh 70, Community School 28

Murtaugh 19 19 20 12 — 70

Community School 8 9 8 3 — 28

MURTAUGH (70) — Pablo Miranda 24, Kolby McClure 20, Graden Dimond 9, Guillermo Zavala 5, Austin Smith 4, Vicente Gomez 2, Kade Setoki 2, Tyler Chatelain 2, Mark Lopez 1.

COMMUNITY SCHOOL (28) — Briggs Whorton 10, Henry Pollock 5, Peter Morawitz 4, Shea Brokaw 3, Colton Donovan 3, Walter Lafky 2.

Camas County 65, Castleford 53

CASTLEFORD — The Mushers beat the Wolves for a North Side Conference win. No other details were available.

Wrestling

Jerome 48, Buhl 32

98: Ethan Borrayo (J) dec. Chance Bennett, 10-5; 106: Gabriel Toboa (J) tech fall Devin Rowland, 15-0 3:01; 113: Adrian Mendez (J) pin Eric Gutierrez, 1:48; 120: Matthew Hess (J) by forfeit; 126: David Tennant (B) pin Ramon Cervantes, 5:27; 132: Adam Mings (B) maj. dec. Armando Cordoba, 12-3; 138: Peyton Ringling (J) maj. dec. David Razo, 16-4; 145: Jakob Murillo (J) pin Trieg Christensen, 3:29; 152: Anibal Barragan (B) pin Jacob Wallace, 0:47; 160: Ezekial Williamson (J) pin Brodie Winson, 1:14; 170: Samuel Sullivan (B) pin Dylan Schvaneveldt, 3:17; 182: Theron Christensen (B) by forfeit; 195: AJ Dominquez (B) maj. dec. Porter Wright, 14-5; 220: Fernando Luna (J) by forfeit; 285: Jonathan Tellez (J) by forfeit

Buhl 63, Burley 6

98: Chance Bennett (BUHL) by forfeit; 106: Devin Rowland (BUHL) dec. Jacob Detemple. 9-3; 113: Eric Gutierrez (BUHL) by forfeit; 120: Deegan Hanks (BUR) by forfeit; 126: David Tennant (BUHL) by forfeit; 132: Adam Mings (BUHL) dec. Jarrett Grace, 5-3; 138: David Razo (BUHL) dec. Lee Nyblade, 3-2; 145: Trieg Christensen (BUHL) pin Colby Taylor, 5:17; 152: Anibal Barragan (BUHL) by forfeit; 160: Brodie Winson (BUHL) by forfeit; 170: Jacob Gardner (BUHL) by forfeit; 182: Samuel Sullivan (BUHL) by forfeit; 195: Theron Christensen (BUHL) pin Kody Condie, 1:54; 220: Double Forfeit 285: Double Forfeit

Late Monday

Boys basketball

Wood River 55, Buhl 43

HAILEY — The 4A Wolverines trailed at halftime but rallied in the second half for a win over the 3A Indians.

Johnny Radford scored a game-high 23 points, and Canyon MacDonald added 18 for Wood River (4-10), which plays at Burley on Wednesday.

Adam Lauda scored 14 points, and Carter Kelsey added 12 for Buhl (5-8), which hosts Filer on Thursday.

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Wood River 55, Buhl 43

Buhl 12 17 4 10 —43

Wood River 15 13 9 18—55

BUHL (43) — Adam Lauda 14, Jaxon Tews 9, Payton Rodig 6, Carter Kelsey 12, Jade Juker 1, Garrett Montgomery 1.

WOOD RIVER (55) — Canyon MacDonald 18, Brayden Olson 2, Johnny Radford 23, Brandon Scott 2, Diogo Varejao 2, Christian Bothwell 6, Colten Weatherly 2.

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