Girls Soccer - Twin Falls Vs. Canyon Ridge (copy)

Twin Falls’ Madison Bailey launches the ball Thursday, Sept. 8, 2016, at Canyon Ridge High School in Twin Falls.

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Girls soccer

Twin Falls 7, Burley 0

BURLEY — The Bruins remained undefeated in conference play and handed the Bobcats their third straight 7-0 loss.

Twin Falls has won its three Great Basin Conference games by an average of 6.7 goals per game.

On Wednesday, Madison Bailey netted a hat trick for the Bruins. Madison Glascock and Madison Hicks each scored a goal, and they both dished out an assist to Bailey.

Brinlee Stots and Phoebe Valdez scored the other two goals.

Twin Falls (4-1, 3-0 Great Basin Conference) next plays at rival Canyon Ridge on Wednesday. Burley (1-4, 1-2) hosts Jerome the same day.

Canyon Ridge 10, Minico 0

RUPERT — Caitlin Crist scored four goals for the Riverhawks in their second straight conference win.

Jade Higley added two goals, while five players scored one — Alex Aguayo, Ashley Conrad, Laura Lopez, Ana Padilla and Marissa Ramirez.

Canyon Ridge (2-2, 2-1 Great Basin Conference) next hosts rival Twin Falls on Wednesday, while Minico (0-6, 0-3) hosts Wood River the same day.

Wood River 6, Jerome 2

HAILEY — The Wolverines earned their second conference win on Wednesday.

Wood River (3-1-1, 2-1 Great Basin Conference) next plays at Minico on Wednesday, and Jerome (1-3, 1-2) plays at Burley the same day.

Boys soccer

Wood River 2, Jerome 0

JEROME – The Wolverines recorded another shutout against Great Basin Conference competition.

Wood River has now held Canyon Ridge, Twin Falls and Jerome scoreless.

“The boys played very well together, and they kept their composure,” Wood River coach Luis Monjaras said.

Jose Quinonez scored both of Wood River’s goals – one in the first half, one in the second.

“We knew they were gonna be a very good team, and it took us a bit to get going,” Jerome coach Jake Wood said. “We made some mistakes, and Wood River made us pay.”

The Wolverines (4-1, 3-0) next host Minico on Wednesday, and the Tigers (2-2-1, 1-1-1) host Burley the same day.

Burley 4, Twin Falls 4

TWIN FALLS — The Great Basin Conference opponents finished with a high-scoring tie on Wednesday at the Sunway Soccer Complex.

Both teams scored two goals in each half.

Jake Hillman and Sergio Varela both scored two goals — one in each half — for the Bruins (1-1-3, 0-1-2), who next host rival Canyon Ridge on Wednesday.

Burley (3-1-1, 1-1-1) next plays at Highland on Friday.

Volleyball

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Declo 3, Valley 0

HAZELTON — The Hornets earned their first win of the season Wednesday 25-22, 25-15, 25-16.

“We did some great things, but there’s a lot to improve on,” Valley coach Katie Clark said.

Declo (1-2) plays at Malad next Thursday, and Valley (2-1) opens conference play at Oakley on Tuesday.

Swimming

HAILEY – At the Wood River Swimming Invitational over the weekend, the Wolverines won the combined team score with 221 points, beating out second-place Kimberly by 62 points. Wood River’s girls squad beat out Mini Cassia by 47 points, and on the boys side, Kimberly beat Wood River by 21 points.

Wood River took first place in five events and had a bevy of top-three finishers. Zach Deal won a pair of events, including the 100 breast stroke, Maggie Deal won the girls 500 freestyle, Owen Ruggeri won the boys 500 freestyle, and Faye Prekegas won the girls 50 freestyle.

For Kimberly, Taylor McCabe won the boys 50 freestyle, and Tyler Lloyd won the boys 100 freestyle.

Late Tuesday

Volleyball

Filer 3, Wood River 1

HAILEY — The Wildcats opened their season with a nonconference road win on Tuesday night. For Filer, the sets went 25-20, 22-25, 25-21, 25-19.

Filer’s Gracie Robinson and Ella Fisher tied for the team-high with nine kills, Kelsie Snyder and Quincey Robinson each had a team-high 11 digs and Halle Knight dished out 25 assists.

Filer travels to Pocatello this weekend for the Highland Tournament. Wood River will also compete at Highland High School this weekend in the Peg Peterson Invitational.

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