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Buhl 46, Canyon Ridge 37

BUHL — Buhl junior Emily Gorrell was the leading scorer with 12 points, and senior Sage Eckert chipped in 11 including three 3-pointers in the Indians’ home win over the Riverhawks.

“We played defense extremely well,” said Buhl coach Kody Bingham. “We need to continue to work on putting points on the board.”

Seniors Bethany Romney, Orion Shirley and Caitlin Crist all finished with nine points for Canyon Ridge (1-2).

Buhl (2-0) is at Snake River on Friday, and Canyon Ridge hosts Kimberly on Tuesday.

Buhl 46, Canyon Ridge 37

Canyon Ridge 15 4 12 6 — 37

Buhl 14 9 7 16 — 46

CANYON RIDGE (37) — Bethany Romney 9, Alexa Thomas 6, Orion Shirley 9, Caitlin Crist 9, Brooklyn Weston 2, Alicia Beverly 2. FG: 14. FT: 9-16. 3-pointers: 0. Total fouls: 18. Fouled out: none.

BUHL (46) — America Jaramillo 6, Kendra Benson 3, Sage Eckert 11, McKenna Lively 2, Caroline Vera 2, Kyra Azevedo 6, Emily Gorrell 12, Madison Somers 4. FG: 16. FT: 11-21. 3-pointers: 3 (Eckert 3). Total fouls: 15. Fouled out: none.

Declo 43, Valley 30

HAZELTON — A 24-9 first half was the difference for Declo in Thursday’s nonconference win.

Maddie Ramsey led all scorers with 11 points, and Amanda Bott added 10 for the Hornets (2-1), who host Buhl on Tuesday.

Katie Johnson scored seven points for the Vikings (0-2), who host Wendell the same day.

Declo 43, Valley 30

Declo 13 11 9 10 — 43

Valley 7 2 8 13 — 30

DECLO (43) – Kate Mallory 2, Maddie Ramsey 11, Sydney Ramsey 4, Amanda Bott 10, Kelly Montoya 4, Maddie Matthews 5, Jaesa Fox 7. FG: 19. FT: 3-10. 3-pointers: 2 (Botts 2). Total fouls: 14. Fouled out: None.

VALLEY (30) – Katie Johnson 7, Railey Hodges 3, Jacqueline Hernandez 14, Bailey Stephens 2, Mackenzie Dimond 2, Raquel Dimond 2. FG: 13. FT: 3-7. 3-pointers: 1 (Hodges). Total fouls: 11. Fouled out: None.

Murtaugh 50, Wendell 37

WENDELL — The host Trojans had a low-scoring third quarter that put them in a hole they couldn’t dig out of despite a strong scoring fourth quarter in the loss to the Red Devils.

Murtaugh led 17-14 at half. The Red Devils followed with 16 points compared to the four for Wendell in the third period, and the Trojans outscored the Red Devils 19-17 in the fourth.

“We played with them in the first half,” said Wendell coach Robert Lamm. “The girls never gave up after the third quarter and won the fourth quarter.”

Fatima Aguilera led the Red Devils with 11 points, and Leslye Tapia added 10. Wendell’s Jackie Hollenbeck scored a game-high 13 points, and fellow senior Robin Moreno had 11.

Wendell (1-1) is at Hagerman on Friday. Murtaugh is at Hansen on Wednesday.

Murtaugh 50, Wendell 37

Murtaugh 8 9 16 17 -50

Wendell 6 8 4 19 -37

MURTAUGH (50) — Fatima Aguilera 11, Jenna Benites 8, Tiare Setoki 8, Juany Arevalo 2, Abby Suitter 7, Leslye Tapia 10, Alissa Chatelain 4. FG: 18. FT: 14-41. 3-pointers: 0. Total fouls: 22. Fouled out: Ambriz.

WENDELL (37) — Rylee Dunn 4, 2 Olivia Gines 7, Robin Moreno 11, Jackie Hollenbeck 13. FG: 15. FT: 6-22. 3-pointers: 1 (Moreno). Total fouls: 27. Fouled out: Dunn, Gines, Guadarrama.

Glenns Ferry 53, Camas County 30

FAIRFIELD — Camas County took it on the chin from Glenns Ferry in the opening game for the Mushers.

“First game jitters,” said Camas County coach Matt McLam. “We are still looking for our place on the floor. We were a step behind Glenns Ferry most of the game.”

Glenns Ferry senior Sage Wootan led the Pilots with 12 points, followed by Talli Crone with 11 and senior Luisa Garcia with 10.

Sophomore Ashlynn Whittle scored a team-high 12 points including three 3-pointers for the Mushers.

Glenns Ferry (1-1) plays at Liberty Charter on Friday, and Camas County is at Lighthouse Christian on Monday.

Glenns Ferry 53, Camas County 30

Glenns Ferry 17 12 15 9 — 53

Camas County 5 11 4 10 — 30

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GLENNS FERRY (53) — MaKenna Hedelius 3, Luisa Garcia 10, Sage Wootan 12, Talli Crone 11, Hannah Hedelius 7, Fabby Arevalo 5, Lizbeth Duarte 2, Annessa Castillo 4. FG: 24. FT: 4-6. 3-pointers: 2 (H. Hedelius, Arevalo). Total fouls: 4. Fouled out: none.

CAMAS COUNTY (30) — Jordyn Warren 1, Aisha Clarke 8, Ashlynn Whittle 12, Rayann Martin 3, Samantha McFadyen 6. FG: 12. FT: 4-8. 3-pointers: 4 (Whittle 3, Clarke). Total fouls: 7. Fouled out: none.

Shoshone 57, Hansen 11

SHOSHONE – The Indians handled Hansen Thursday for a nonconference win.

“Our girls played excellent defense right off the bat,” Shoshone coach Tim Chapman said.

Bailee Owens scored a game-high 19 points, and Cierra Hennings added 13 for Shoshone (2-0), which hosts Carey on Tuesday.

The Huskies (0-3) play at Sho-Ban on Saturday.

Shoshone 57, Hansen 11

Hansen 2, 5 2 2 — 11

Shoshone 22 12 14 9 -57

HANSEN (11) – Kendy Kenney 2, Neilani McDaniel 3, Haylee Pittman 2, Rakel Williams 2, Shyla Brown 2. FG: 5-33. FT: 0-2. 3-pointers: 1-6 (McDaniel). Total fouls: 11. Fouled out: None.

SHOSHONE (57) – Patti Fitzgerald 7, Bryanna Perry 3, Bailee Owens 19, Jovawn Welborn 2, Megan Koonce 2, Cierra Hennings 13, Rionna Kerner 6, Ari Regalado 5. FG: 24-49. FT: 3-7. 3-pointers: 6-12 (Hennings 3-6, Fitzgerald 1-2, Perry 1-3, Regalado 1-1). Total fouls: 10. Fouled out: None.

Hagerman 63, Castleford 41

CASTLEFORD — Castleford senior Savanah Nunes and junior Maddy March each scored 15 points in the loss to the Pirates.

Grace Loman pulled down seven rebounds and Sydney Schoth dished out six assists for the Wolves. No details were available for Hagerman.

Hagerman hosts Wendell on Friday. Castleford is at Lighthouse Christian on Tuesday.

Hagerman 63, Castleford 41

HAGERMAN (63) — No details.

CASTLEFORD (41) — Savanah Nunes 15, Sydney Schoth 4, Maddy March 15, Makayla Flores 3, Grace Loman 4.

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