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Twin Falls 61, Jerome 46

JEROME — The Bruins outscored the Tigers 20-5 in the third quarter to pull away for a Great Basin Conference win.

“We ramped it up on defense,” Twin Falls coach Nancy Jones said. “(And) our offense started clicking. They went into a zone, and we started heating up shooting.”

Kylie Baumert scored 15 points (4-of-11 from the field, 3-of-5 from 3-point range), Morgan Harr had 13 (4-of-10, 3-of-7) and Paige Beem added 12 (3-of-7 on field goals, 6-of-8 on free throws) and six rebounds for Twin Falls (11-9, 7-3), which plays at Hillcrest on Thursday.

Jordan Hill scored a game-high 18 points for Jerome (6-14, 3-7), which hosts Filer the same day.

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Twin Falls 61, Jerome 46

Twin Falls 7 18 20 16 — 61

Jerome 8 14 5 19 — 46

TWIN FALLS (61) — Kylie Baumert 15, Morgan Harr 13, Paige Beem 12, Morgan Cargile 3, McKayla Rodriguez 1, Gracie Mumford 6, Madison Hicks 2, Sage Swan 6, Aubrey Stansberry 3.

JEROME (46) — Ashley Cook 2, Amaya Thomas 7, Tiffani Warren 3, Mercedes Bell 7, Gracie Anderson 6, Jordan Hill 18, Kailey Harrison 3.

Minico 59, Canyon Ridge 23

TWIN FALLS — The Spartans jumped out from the tip and never came close to trailing in the Great Basin Conference win.

Minico led 37-9 at the break and outscored Canyon Ridge 22-14 in the second half.

“The girls were amped up for senior night,” said Canyon Ridge coach Kevin Cato. “We missed some shots and they made some. Before we knew it, we were down big.”

Seniors Saydi Anderson and Maura Merrill scored 14 and 10 points, respectively, for Minico. Senior Caitlin Crist finished with 12 points for Canyon Ridge.

Minico travels to Preston and Canyon Ridge (4-15, 1-9) is at Gooding on Thursday.

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Minico 59, Canyon Ridge 23

Minico 20 17 12 10 — 59

Canyon Ridge 4 5 10 4 — 23

MINICO (59) — Maura Merrill 10, Saydi Anderson 14, Rachel Baliola 6, Bailey Black 5, Taycee Harper 7, Khali Robinson 4, Madison Vorwaller 4, Claire Boettcher 9.

CANYON RIDGE (23) — Caitlin Crist 12, Alicia Beverly 4, Grace Lupumba 7.

Burley 50, Wood River 32

HAILEY — The Bobcats earned a win in their last conference game of the regular season.

Hallie Cook led the way for Burley with 10 points, followed by Sydney Pilling with nine.

Luci Cuellar and Hailey Bjorkman both score eight points for the Wolverines (5-13, 2-8), who will travel to Buhl on Thursday.

The Bobcats (14-6, 8-2) will finish the regular season at home against Pocatello the same day.

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Burley 50, Wood River 32

Burley 10 11 16 13 — 50

Wood River 8 8 4 12 — 32

BURLEY (50) — Natalie Rice 6, Sydney Pilling 9, Hallie Cook 10, Rebecca Tolman 6, Jaida Page 2, Ashley Shirley 3, Kinzlee Bowers 6, Kelsie Pope 8.

WOOD RIVER (32) — Luci Cuellar 8, Emma Flolo 4, Patrea Topp 4, Payson Bennett 4, Hailey Bjorkman 8, Audra Mary 4.

Gooding 55, Filer 46

FILER — The Senators outscored the Wildcats 23-12 in the fourth quarter to come away with a road Sawtooth Central Idaho Conference win.

“We had a couple turnovers that killed us,” Filer coach Mike Amaya said. “A couple shots started dropping, and it snowballed for them.”

Grace Parker continued her excellent season with a game-high 28 points. Gracie Faulkner added 11 for Gooding (13-4, 3-3), which hosts Canyon Ridge on Thursday.

Ella Fischer scored 14 points for Filer (4-16, 1-5), which wraps up the regular season on Thursday at Jerome.

Gooding received the No. 3 seed in the SCIC tournament and will play at Buhl on Monday, while No. 4 Filer will be at No. 1 Kimberly the same day.

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Gooding 55, Filer 46

Gooding 10 8 15 23 — 55

Filer 6 10 18 12 — 46

GOODING (55) — Gracie Faulkner 11, Riley Comstock 8, Erika Anthony 2, Grace Parker 28, Kassy Perkins 1, Mallory Brown 2, Keely Wolf 3.

FILER (46) — Kori Gartner 2, Katlin Porter 4, Jailyn Gartner 4, Colbie Kliegl 1, Fallon Stoddard 9, Jerragan Thornton 3, Aspen Ryan 2, Ella Fischer 13, Haven Jones 3, Kynlee Thornton 4, Madison Ferrell 1.

Kimberly 49, Declo 48

DECLO — The 3A Bulldogs outscored the 2A Hornets 12-1 in the fourth quarter to pull off a comeback win in their final regular season game.

Declo led 14-4 after one quarter, 29-18 at halftime and 47-37 through three. Annie Walker made one of two free throws with a couple seconds remaining to break a 48-48 tie and give Kimberly the win.

“We threw the ball away a couple of times and just buckled under pressure,” Declo coach Heather Gibby said.

Josie Schmitz scored a game-high 20 points, and Jesse Wadsworth added 10 for the Bulldogs (12-9), who earned the No. 1 seed in the Sawtooth Central Idaho Conference tournament. They will host Filer in the first round of the tournament on Monday.

Maddie Ramsey scored 14 points, and Jaesa Fox and Maddie Matthews each added 10 for the Hornets (7-10), who host Valley on Thursday.

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Kimberly 49, Declo 48

Kimberly 4 14 19 12 — 49

Declo 14 15 18 1 — 48

KIMBERLY (49) — Tory Sievers 2, Annie Walker 7, Meg Walker 4, Josie Schmitz 20, Demee Rosenkrance 4, Hailey Chapa 2, Jesse Wadsworth 10.

DECLO (48) — Kate Mallory 5, Maddie Ramsey 14, Sydney Ramsey 2, Amanda Bott 3, Kelly Montoya 4, Maddie Matthews 10, Jaesa Fox 10.

Buhl 55, Wendell 25

BUHL — Ten players scored for the 3A Indians in their win over the 2A Trojans.

Sage Eckert and Madison Somers each scored 10 points for Buhl (13-6), which hosts Wood River on Thursday.

Robin Moreno had a game-high 12 points for Wendell (5-14), which hosts Oakley the same day.

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Buhl 55, Wendell 25

Wendell 10 3 5 7 — 25

Buhl 14 9 17 15 — 55

WENDELL (25) — Olivia Gines 4, Robin Moreno 12, Aspen Stinemates 1, Faith Mabey 2, Jackie Hollenbeck 6.

BUHL (55) — American Jaramillo 4, Kendra Benson 2, Sage Eckert 10, McKenna Lively 2, Caroline Vera 9, Kyra Azevedo 3, Emily Gorrell 7, Madison Somers 10, Jordane Netz 5, Kayla Morse 3.

Oakley 45, Valley 16

HAZELTON — A 13-0 first quarter set the tone for the Hornets in their Snake River Conference victory.

Brittany Hardy scored a game-high 15 points for Oakley (19-0), which wraps up the regular season on Thursday at Wendell.

Katie Johnson scored eight points for Valley (9-10, 4-6), which plays at Declo the same day.

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Oakley 45, Valley 16

Oakley 13 15 8 9 — 45

Valley 0 5 6 5 — 16

OAKLEY (45) — Jaclyn Wybenga 2, Brittany Hardy 15, Brynn Westover 8, Blakely Payton 6, Khali Wells 2, Beck 2, Makinlee Cranney 7, Rachael Mitton 3.

VALLEY (16) — Katie Johnson 8, Railey Hodges 1, Jacqueline Hernandez 2, Makenna Kohtz 5.

Shoshone 46, Hagerman 28

HAGERMAN — Senior Monce Rivas led the Indians scoring with 14 points, and Bailee Owens followed with 13 in the Snake River Conference game.

Elly Yore had 12 points and Alana Floyd added 10 for the Pirates.

“We played a good team tonight,” said Hagerman coach Derrick Lyons. “We hung with them until our energy ran out in the fourth quarter, and we just couldn’t keep up with them.”

Shoshone (16-3, 8-2) hosts Murtaugh and Hagerman (10-9, 4-6) hosts Dietrich on Wednesday.

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Shoshone 46, Hagerman 28

Shoshone 8 7 16 15 — 46

Hagerman 13 3 9 3 — 28

SHOSHONE (46) — Patti Fitzgerald 5, Bryanna Perry 2, Bailee Owens 13, Cierra Hennings 4, Monce Rivas 14, Ari Regalado 8.

HAGERMAN (28) — Elly Yore 12, Aubri Achabal 3, Marina Acuna 3, Alana Floyd 10.

Glenns Ferry 45, Raft River 37

GLENNS FERRY — Glenns Ferry wing Sage Wootan broke out with 22 points, helping the Pilots defeat the Trojans in the Snake River Conference game.

Raft River was led by senior Amanda Carpenter with 13 points.

“Sage Wootan just had an amazing game,” said Glenns Ferry coach Rick Hance. “We dug ourselves a hole, called a timeout and regrouped. We controlled the boards a little bit better than we did the last time we played them.”

Glenns Ferry (6-13, 2-8) hosts Wilder on Wednesday, and Raft River hosts Rockland on Thursday.

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Glenns Ferry 45, Raft River 37

Raft River 12 3 8 14 — 37

Glenns Ferry 5 11 11 18 — 45

RAFT RIVER (37) — Kamri Ottley 6, Bailey Loughmiller 3, Jessie Ward 2, Marie Branch 2, Carlee Boden 1, Amanda Carpenter 13, Audah Jones 5, Kassie Warr 5.

GLENNS FERRY (45) — MaKenna Hedelius 5, Luisa Garcia 4, Jenni Rodriguez 7, Sage Wootan 22, Fabby Arevalo 3, Lizbeth Duarte 1.

Carey 44, Lighthouse Christian 41

CAREY — Despite not having a single player score in double figures, the host Panthers managed to give the Lions their first North Side Conference loss of the season.

Senior Rylee Smith, junior Athana Versis and freshman Kylie Wood each had eight points for Carey. Lighthouse Christian had the two leading scorers for the game with Chloe Gomez posting 14 points and fellow senior Haylee Grossman contributing 12.

Lighthouse Christian (13-4, 5-1) travels to Castleford and Carey (9-8, 5-2) is at Dietrich on Friday.

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Carey 44, Lighthouse Christian 41

Lighthouse Christian 6 14 9 12 — 41

Carey 10 8 14 12 — 44

LIGHTHOUSE CHRISTIAN (41) — Chloe Gomez 14, Sabrina De Jong 9, Haylee Grossman 12, Trudy Millenkamp 2, Maycee Holloway 1, Lauren Gomez 3.

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CAREY (44) — Lindsey Morey 4, Shantell Chavez 5, Rylee Smith 8, Athana Versis 8, Kylie Wood 8, Kodi Green 7, Felicity Black 4.

Dietrich 68, Camas County 29

FAIRFIELD — The Mushers had a good first half, trailing only 32-25 at the break, but the Blue Devils came out and upped their game in the second half both on the offensive end and the defensive end. Dietrich outscored Camas County 36-4 in the half for the North Side Conference road win.

“Last home game, and the girls came out ready to play,” said Camas County coach Matt McLam. “Probably our best first half all year. Dietrich made adjustments in the second half.”

Dietrich sophomore Caylee Dilworth was the leading scorer for the game with 17 points, and senior Quincie Christiansen and junior Madison Christiansen both tossed in 10. Ashlynn Whittle led the Mushers with seven points.

Dietrich (13-4, 4-1) is at Hagerman on Wednesday, and Camas County (1-14, 1-5) travels to Hansen on Tuesday.

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Dietrich 68, Camas County 29

Dietrich 18 14 18 18 — 68

Camas County 12 13 1 3 — 29

DIETRICH (68) — Madison Christiansen 10, KayLee Hendrix 8, Cassie Berthelson 4, Bailey Hubert 2, Brianna Astle 7, Isabella Kelley 2, Caylee Dilworth 17, Jaxon Eggleston 8, Quincie Christiansen 10.

CAMAS COUNTY (29) — Megan Tews 5, Jakie Warren 2, Aisha Clarke 5, Ashlynn Whittle 7, Nakeia Fisk 2, Rayann Martin 4, Samantha McFadyen 4.

Richfield 36 Castleford 18

RICHFIELD — Behind 21 points by junior forward Shelby Buckner, the Tigers held the Wolves to single digits in each quarter in the North Side Conference home win.

“We played our best half on offense and defense and finished the game right,” said Richfield coach Buck Hendren.

Richfield (4-14, 2-3) hosts Murtaugh and Castleford (0-16, 0-4) hosts Lighthouse Christian on Friday.

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Richfield 36, Castleford 18

Castleford 2 2 6 8 — 18

Richfield 10 14 2 10 — 36

CASTLEFORD (18) — Sydney Schoth 8, Maddy March 5, Grace Loman 3, Zoey Mitton 2.

RICHFIELD (36) — Serena Kent 3, Shelby Buckner 21, Ashley Telford 2, Sydney Wacht 4, Randa Allen 6.

Boys basketball

Dietrich 86, Camas County 57

FAIRFIELD — Blue Devil seniors Kade Shaw and Slade Dill each scored 29 points in the North Side Conference win over the Mushers.

Junior Remington Kramer had 27 points and Trey Smith finished with 15 for Camas County.

“They obviously push the ball and play very well in the open court,” said Camas County coach Jamon Frostenson. “We just don’t have the bodies to stay with them.”

Dietrich (14-1, 6-0) hosts Carey (also 6-0 in conference play) on Thursday. Camas County (5-8, 2-4) hosts Community School the same day.

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Dietrich 86, Camas County 57

Dietrich 22 23 23 18 — 86

Camas County 12 14 18 13 — 57

DIETRICH (86) — Brady Power 2, Payden Zimmers 2 Raygn Robertson 10, Kyler Robertson 2, Kade Shaw 29, Slade Dill 29, Lon Page 8, Andy Power 4.

CAMAS COUNTY (57) — Erik Robles 6, Michael Brown 9, Remington Kramer 27, Trey Smith 15.

Carey 49, Lighthouse Christian 34

CAREY — The No. 3-ranked Panthers (14-2 overall) improved to 6-0 in the North Side Conference and head to Dietrich on Thursday night for a battle with the No. 1 Blue Devils.

Hayden Wayment (17) and Kaden Koudelka (12) combined for 29 points to lead the Carey scoring. Wayment also had 11 rebounds.

“We played really good defense,” said Carey coach Dick Simpson. “We caused 19 turnovers and had 15 steals.”

Logan Stephens was the top scorer for the game with 18 points for Lighthouse Christian (10-4, 3-3), which is at Castleford on Thursday.

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Carey 49, Lighthouse Christian 34

Lighthouse Christian 9 6 11 8 — 34

Carey 12 14 7 16 — 49

LIGHTHOUSE CHRISTIAN (34) — Jordan Bradshaw 5, Logan Stephens 18, Karsten Brandsma 4, Alex Shetler 4, Collin Holloway 3,

CAREY (49) — Houston Hennefer 6, D.J. Park 8, Kaden Koudelka 12, Tanner Mecham 2, Hayden Wayment 17, Brigham Parke 4.

Hansen 48, Community School 46

HANSEN — Hansen junior Paxton Stimpson tossed in a team-high 18 points in the North Side Conference win over the Cutthroats.

Community School senior Henry Pollock downed 22 points, and Shea Brokaw followed with 14 in the loss.

Community School (1-5, 1-5) is at Camas County on Thursday, and Hansen (5-12, 2-4) hosts Camas County on Tuesday.

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Hansen 48, Community School 46

Community School 6 11 12 17 — 46

Hansen 10 18 10 10 — 48

COMMUNITY SCHOOL (46) — Henry Pollock 22, Shea Brokaw 14, Colton Donovan 2, Peter Morawitz 6, Walter Lafky 2.

HANSEN (48) — Paxton Stimpson 18, Tuff Huizar 9, Chase Ellison 7, Johnathan Orozco 1, Johnathan Camarillo 6, Kaedyn Hancock 7.

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