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Burley 44, Twin Falls 33

BURLEY — No. 2 seed Burley defeated No. 3 Twin Falls in the quarterfinal game of the Great Basin Conference tournament.

“It was a good, close game,” said Burley coach Roger Caresia. “We played well, but we didn’t shoot the ball very well in the middle two quarters. We hit our free throws (11-of-13) in the fourth quarter.”

Burley’s Hallie Cook posted 17 points, and fellow senior Sydney Pilling totaled 12 points. Twin Falls senior Morgan Harr finished with a team-high 16 points.

The Bobcats will travel to face No. 1 Minico on Saturday at 7 p.m in the semifinals.

The Bruins will host the winner of the Jerome-Wood River loser-out game (played Saturday at 7 p.m. at Jerome) on Monday at 7 p.m.

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Burley 44, Twin Falls 33

Twin Falls 7 11 9 6 — 33

Burley 17 5 7 15 — 44

TWIN FALLS (33) — Kylie Baumert 9, Morgan Harr 16, Madison Glascock 5, Morgan Cargile 2, McKayla Rodriguez 1.

BURLEY (44) — Natalie Rice 3, Sydney Pilling 12, Hallie Cook 17, Robecca Tolman 2, Ashley Shirley 3, Jemilynn Mahoney 7.

Wood River 54, Canyon Ridge 45

HAILEY — Wolverine Audra Mary scored a game-high 20 points, and Patrea Topp added 13 points as the No. 5 seed Wood River eliminated No. 6 Canyon Ridge.

The Riverhawks led 22-16 at the half, but the Wolverines outscored them the second half 38-23. Wood River won the battle of the rebounds 33-23.

“It was a close game the whole way,” said Wood River assistant coach JC Nemecek. “We finally managed to pull away the last two minutes.”

Senior Caitlin Crist finished with 16 points for Canyon Ridge, who finished the season with a 4-18 record.

Wood River will play at Jerome at 7 p.m. on Saturday in another loser-out game.

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Wood River 54, Canyon Ridge 45

Canyon Ridge 11 11 9 14 — 45

Wood River 10 6 15 23 — 54

CANYON RIDGE (45) — Bethany Romney 8, Alexa Thomas 8, Kyndra Schulz 2, Lynzie Bryant 2, Orion Shirley 4, Grace Lupumba 2, Caitlin Crist 16, Alicia Beverly 3.

WOOD RIVER (54) — Torie King 7, Luci Cuellar 8, Patrea Topp 13, Payson Bennett 4, Hailey Bjorkman 2, Audra Mary 20.

Oakley 44, Glenns Ferry 16

MURTAUGH — The No. 1 seed Oakley Hornets opened their play in the Snake River Conference tournament cruising over the No. 5 seed Glenns Ferry.

“We responded well for our first game in districts,” said Oakley coach Matt Payton. “Proud of how the girls played defense. Excited for our game Tuesday night against Shoshone.”

Oakley senior post Rachael Mitton topped all players with 12 points, followed by senior Brynn Westover with 10 points.

Oakley plays Shoshone on Tuesday at the College of Southern Idaho at 7:30 for the SRC title. Glenns Ferry plays Raft River at Murtaugh on Saturday at 6 p.m. in a loser-out game.

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Oakley 44, Glenns Ferry 16

Glenns Ferry 0 4 4 8 — 16

Oakley 8 12 11 13 — 44

GLENNS FERRY (16) — Luisa Garcia 3, Sage Wootan 4, Talli Crone 4, Hannah Hedelius 5.

OAKLEY (44) — Brittany Hardy 4, Brynn Westover 10, Liz Hardy 4, Khali Wells 2, Mallory Beck 2, Makinlee Cranney 9, Rachael Mitton 12, Keeely Cranney 1.

Shoshone 50, Hagerman 18

MURTAUGH — No. 2-seeded Shoshone came out on fire, holding No. 3 Hagerman to five points the first half and 13 points in the second half in the opening game for the Indians in the Snake River Conference tournament.

Shoshone will now face the top-seeded Oakley on Tuesday at 7:30 at CSI in the championship game.

“Our defense came out right off the bat and shut them down,” said Shoshone coach Tim Chapman. “Bailee (Owens) got us going with 12 points the first half, and Patti (Fitzgerald) did a really good job of hitting her free throws.”

Owens led the Shoshone scoring with 14 total points, and Fitzgerald tallied 10. Alana Floyd scored a team-high nine points for the Pirates.

Hagerman will face Valley on Saturday at 7:30 at Murtaugh in an elimination game.

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Shoshone 50, Hagerman 18

Hagerman 2 3 7 6 — 18

Shoshone 15 13 10 12 — 50

HAGERMAN (18) — Elly Yore 4, Josie Turner 2, Aubri Achabal 3, Alana Floyd 9.

SHOSHONE (50) — Patti Fitzgerald 10, Bailee Owens 14, Megan Koonce 2, Cierra Hennings 8, Rionna Kerner 2, Monce Rivas 8, Ari Regalado 6.

Boys basketball

Kimberly 46, Declo 36

KIMBERLY — The 3A Bulldogs stayed hot with a home win over the No. 4-ranked team in the 2A state media poll.

“Declo’s a really good team,” Declo coach Daren Garey said. “We obviously felt really good about the way we played, especially defensively.”

Kimberly has now won five straight games. Its last loss was at Declo on Jan. 17.

Daren’s son Trey Garey scored 14 points, and Dawson Cummins added 11 for Kimberly (13-5), which hosts Wendell on Friday.

The Hornets (14-4) host Raft River on Saturday.

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Kimberly 46, Declo 36

Declo 10 7 6 13 — 36

Kimberly 12 15 10 9 — 46

DECLO (36) — Keegan Duncan 6, Tyson Ramsey 5, Tanner Schroeder 8, Tyler Andersen 6, Garrett Darrington 7, Bart Gibby 4.

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KIMBERLY (46) — Connor Golay 2, Gage Burnham 5, Noah Mooney 4, Dawson Cummins 11, Trey Garey 14, Tristyn O’Donnell 2, Braxton Hammond 6, Taylor Holcomb 2.

Twin Falls Christian Academy 46, Community School 42 (OT)

SUN VALLEY — Behind 32 points by senior Kevin Wiest, Twin Falls Christian Academy pulled out the overtime win over host Community School.

Cutthroats senior Henry Pollock also had a big scoring night, finishing with 29 points on six 3-pointers in the loss.

Twin Falls Christian Academy hosts Riverview on Friday, and Community School is at Idaho School For the Deaf and Blind on Monday.

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Twin Falls Christian Academy 46, Community School 42 (OT)

Twin Falls Christian Academy 11 6 11 10 8 — 46

Community School 12 13 5 8 4 — 42

TWIN FALLS CHRISTIAN (46) — Joel Thompson 2, Brad Brander 8, Kevin Wiest 32, Evan Walker 4.

COMMUNITY SCHOOL (42) — Henry Pollock 29, Shea Brokaw 4, Peter Morawitz 4, Walter Lafky 3, Jackson Giles 2.

Watersprings 39, Lighthouse Christian 37

IDAHO FALLS — The Lions dropped a close nonconference road game Thursday night.

Alex Shetler scored eight points for Lighthouse (11-5), which hosts Camas County on Monday.

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Watersprings 39, Lighthouse Christian 37

Lighthouse 4 10 11 12 — 37

Watersprings 8 12 4 15  — 39

LIGHTHOUSE CHRISTIAN (37) — Collin Holloway 3, Jordan Bradshaw 7, Karsten Brandsma 5, Jacob Yost 2, Peyton Lookingbill 7, Logan Stephens 3, Alex Shetler 8.

WATERSPRINGS (39) — Kyson Poletti 4, Hunter Rogers 2, Landon Bowman 22, Parker Simmons 5, Matt Almgren 6.

Wrestling

Twin Falls 71, Burley 18

98: Cody Nakamura (TF) by forfeit; 106: Kase Mauger (TF) tech fall Jacob Detemple, 17-2 2:00; 113: Troy Morfin (TF) by forfeit; 120: Anthony Maldonado (TF) pin Deegan Hanks, 2:00; 126: Cole Massey by forfeit; 132: Jarrett Grace (B) pin Phillip Cummins, 4:59; 138: Lee Nyblade (B) pin Parker Maxfield, 5:16; 145: A.J. Lyda (TF) by forfeit; 152: Khai Ruiz (TF) by forfeit; 160: Marcus Garcia (TF) by forfeit; 170: Andrew Fiscus (TF) by forfeit; 182: Jalholby Valdez (B) by forfeit; 195: Skyler Carr (TF) pin Kody Condie, 5:55; 220: Gabriel Martinez-Rodas (TF) by forfeit; 285: Austin Hatch (TF) pin McKade Vail, 1:13

Twin Falls 66, Oakley 22

98: Cody Nakamura (TF) by forfeit; 106: Kase Mauger (TF) by forfeit; 113: Troy Morfin (TF) pin Dillon Hilscher, 1:55; 120: Anthony Maldonado (TF) pin Erikc Koellen, 0:29; 126: Cole Massey (TF) pin Isaac Mitton, 5:56; 132: Skylar Koyle (O) pin Phillip Cummins, 0:41; 138: Sam Mitton (O) pin Parker Maxfield, 0:33; 145: Levi Jackson (O) maj. dec. Franky Leon, 13-5; 152: Khai Ruiz (TF) by forfeit; 160: Kade Toribau (O) pin Marcus Garcia, 0:45; 170: Andrew Fiscus (TF) by forfeit; 182: Lukas Ovcarenko (TF) by forfeit; 195: Skyler Carr (TF) by forfeit; 220: Gabriel Martinez-Rodas (TF) by forfeit; 285: Austin Hatch (TF) by forfeit

Kimberly 48, Parma 24

98: Kenny Forsberg (P) by forfeit; 106: Garrett Weber (P) by forfeit; 113: Double Forfeit 120: Jonah Bacon (K) dec. Jackson Rudkin, 7-4; 126: Hunter Demerly (K) [pin Sara Myers, 0:22; 132: Julian Rocha (K) by forfeit; 138: Riley Hallett (K) maj. dec. James Takatori, 10-1; 145: Carson Schvaneveldt (K) tech fall Chase Scroggins, 17-2 6:00; 152: Dre Salinas (P) dec. Michael Coy, 7-3; 160: Jesse Camacho (P) dec. Alan Palmer, 3-2; 170: Jake Hardy (K) by forfeit; 182: Hunter O`Berg (K) by forfeit; 195: Kaden Buhler (K) pin Hunter Tarr, 3:37; 220: Eric Cisneros (K) by forfeit; 285: Antonio Godina (P) pin Tito Garcia, 3:01

Fruitland 47, Kimberly 33

98: Harley Skelly (F) by forfeit; 106: Miguel Medrano (F) by forfeit; 113: Kaedon Galloway (F) by forfeit; 120: Jonah Bacon (K) pin Kaden Smith, 1:28; 126: Hunter Demerly (K) dec. Brandon Stowe, 3-2; 132: Dalton Arnzen (F) pin Julian Rocha, 2:48; 138: Riley Hallett (K) by forfeit; 145: Carson Schvaneveldt (K) dec. Corey Eckhart, 5-3; 152: Michael Coy (K) dec. Greg Gissel, 7-0; 160: Alan Palmer (K) pin Skyler MacKenzie, 1:33; 170: Jake Hardy (K) by forfeit; 182: Jonathon Fagen (F) tech fall Hunter O'Berg, 16-0 4:18; 195: Jason Gissel (F) pin Kaden Buhler, 1:27; 220: Brisyn Cutburth (F) pin Eric Cisneros, 1:35; 285: Jon Ingram (F) pin Tito Garcia, 1:45 

Weiser 55, Kimberly 18

98: Mason Strong (W) by forfeit; 106: Sylais York (W) by forfeit; 113: Ander Barbot (W) by forfeit; 120: Kooper vonBrethorst (W) dec. Jonah Bacon, 7-1; 126: Robert Sudderth (W) pin Hunter Demerly, 1:58; 132: Matthew Morris (W) pin Julian Rocha, 2:47; 138: Riley Hallett (K) pin Berke Walker, 3:17; 145: Brody vonBrethorst (W) dec. Carson Schvaneveldt, 6-3; 152: Michael Coy (K) pin Trae Gluch, 0:39; 160: Alan Palmer (K) dec. Nick Ruddell, 3-2; 170: Jake Hardy (K) dec. John Huston, 4-1; 182: Ryan Leverenz (W) maj. dec. Hunter O'Berg, 11-3; 195: Nathan Ueltzen (W) pin Kaden Buhler, 1:54; 220: Darrian Hoobery (W) pin Eric Cisneros, 3:08; 285: Sawyer Hodges (W) dec. Tito Garcia, 3-1 

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