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Twin Falls 46, Hillcrest 35

TWIN FALLS — Twin Falls senior guard Morgan Harr broke loose for 17 points as the Bruins won their first game of the season over the 5A Knights.

The majority of Harr’s scoring came from the free-throw line, finishing 11-for-15. McKayla Rodriguez followed with nine points and eight boards.

Twin Falls (1-3) is at Wood River on Tuesday.

Twin Falls 46, Hillcrest 35

Hillcrest: 3 9 12 11 — 35

Twin Falls 8 13 9 16 — 46

HILLCREST (35) — No details available

TWIN FALLS (46) — Kylie Baumert 6, Morgan Harr 17, Madison Glascock 2, McKayla Rodriguez 9, Gracie Mumford 5, Sage Swan 6, Aubrey Stansberry 1. FG: 12-42. FT: 22-33. 3-pointers: 0. Total fouls: 20. Fouled out: none.

Kimberly 47, Canyon Ridge 35

Twin Falls — Junior post Jesse Wadsworth scored a game-high 14 points for Kimberly, and Canyon Ridge senior Caitlin Crist led her team with 12 in the Bulldogs’ win over the Riverhawks.

Kimberly hosts Declo, and Canyon Ridge (1-3) hosts Burley on Tuesday.

Kimberly 47, Canyon Ridge 35

Kimberly: 9 12 16 10 — 47

Canyon Ridge 10 9 2 14 — 35

KIMBERLY (47) — Annie Walker 4, Meg Walker 6, Jill Russell 4, Josie Schmitz 13, Demee Rosenkrance 4, Hailey Chapa 2, Jesse Wadsworth 14. FG: 20. FT: 9-13. 3-pointers: 1 (Schmitz). Total fouls: 15. Fouled out: none.

CANYON RIDGE (35) — Bethany Romney 2, Alexa Thomas 6, Orion Shirley 8, Caitlin Crist 12, Brooklyn Weston 7. FG: 14. FT: 7-10. 3-pointers: 0. Total fouls: 16. Fouled out: Shirley.

Burley 48, Rigby 43 (OT)

BURLEY — Burley senior guard Sydney Pilling finished with 23 points, including three 3-pointers, in the Bobcats’ overtime win over the Trojans.

“We kinda grinded it out,” said Burley coach Roger Caresia. “Both teams played awfully well. The girls just hung in there. Our defense played terrific, probably kept us in the game.”

The Burley defense held Rigby scoreless in overtime.

Burley (3-1) travels to Canyon Ridge on Tuesday.

Burley 48, Rigby 43 (OT)

Rigby: 9 12 9 13 0 — 43

Burley: 12 11 16 4 5 — 48

RIGBY (43) – Dabbell 9, Jones 13, Shippen 9, Martinez 2, Taylor 4, Fullmer 5, Mobley 1.

BURLEY (48) – Natalie Rice 3, Sydney Pilling 23, Hallie Cook 6, Rebecca Tolman 8, Jaida Page 2, Ashley Shirley 1, Jemilynn Mahoney 5. FG: 13. FT: 18-28. 3-pointers: 4 (Pilling 3, Rice 1). Total fouls: 16. Fouled out: Mahoney.

Minico 61, Pocatello 41

RUPERT — The Spartans earned their first win of the season in dominant fashion against Tuesday’s nonconference 4A opponent.

Saydi Anderson scored 19 points, and Taylia Stimpson added 17 for Minico (1-2), which opens Great Basin Conference play on Tuesday at home against Jerome.

Minico 61, Pocatello 41

Pocatello: 3 8 17 13 — 41

Minico; 15 13 16 17 — 61

POCATELLO (41) — No details

MINICO (61) — Maura Merrill 4, Saydi Anderson 19, Rachel Baliola 5, Taylia Stimpson 17, Taycee Harper 5, Khali Robinson 5, Madison Vorwaller 2, Claire Boettcher 4. FG: 26. FT: 8-12. 3-pointers: 3 (Baliola, Stimpson, Harper). Total fouls: 16. Fouled out: None.

Parma 65, Jerome 52

JEROME – The Tigers couldn’t overcome a scoreless first quarter in their nonconference loss.

Jerome outscored Parma in the final three quarters and even tied the game at various points in the third, but a 15-0 first was the difference.

“We didn’t execute. We came out with a lackluster effort to start the game,” Jerome coach Jeremy Munroe said. “Parma came out full-throttle, and they really took it to us.”

Mercedes Bell scored 15 points, and Abriana Hurtado added 13 for the Tigers (1-2), who play open conference play on Tuesday at Minico.

Parma 65, Jerome 52

Parma: 15 8 24 18 — 52

Jerome: 0 17 17 18 — 65

PARMA (65) – Condie 13, Morgan 11, K. Jackson 11, M. Jackson 24, Horns 6. FG: 23-59. FT: 15-18. 3-pointers: 4-20 (Condie 3-11, K. Jackson 1-6). Total fouls: 15. Fouled out: Horns.

JEROME (52) – Abriana Hurtado 13, Tiffani Warren 4, Grace Capps 4, Nicole Cook 6, Mercedes Bell 15, Jordan Hill 3, Chyanna Meyers 1, Kailey Harrison 6. FG: 16-55. FT: 12-24. 3-pointers: 8-22 (Hurtado 2-2, Cook 2-3, Bell 2-8, Harrison 2-3). Total fouls: 16. Fouled out: None.

Buhl 55, Declo 38

DECLO – The Indians improved to 3-1 with the nonconference win.

Kyra Azevedo scored 18 points, and Sage Eckert added 15 for Buhl, which opens conference play on Tuesday at home against Gooding.

Maddie Ramsey scored a game-high 19 points for Declo (2-2), which plays at Kimberly the same day.

Buhl 55, Declo 38

Buhl: 14 19 7 15 — 55

Declo: 11 8 5 14 — 38

BUHL (55) – Sage Eckert 15, McKenna Livley 4, Caroline Vera 4, Kyra Azevedo 18, Madison Summers 5, Jordane Netz 2, Kayla Morse 2, Emily Gorrell 5.

DECLO (38) – Maddie Ramsey 19, Sydney Ramsey 2, Amanda Bott 3, Kelly Montoya 3, Maddie Matthews 6, Jaesa Fox 5.

Valley 66, Wendell 36

HAZELTON – The Vikings cruised past the Trojans for their first win of the season.

“Everybody played well,” Valley coach Jamie Kohtz said. “Things came together for us tonight.”

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Makenna Kohtz scored 13 points, and Broganne Mangum scored 10 for Valley (1-2), which opens Snake River Conference play on Tuesday at home against Shoshone.

Robin Mareno scored a game-high 15 points for Wendell (1-3), which plays at Gooding on Monday.

Buhl 55, Declo 38

Buhl: 14 19 7 15 — 55

Declo: 11 8 5 14 — 38

BUHL (55) – Sage Eckert 15, McKenna Livley 4, Caroline Vera 4, Kyra Azevedo 18, Madison Summers 5, Jordane Netz 2, Kayla Morse 2, Emily Gorrell 5.

DECLO (38) – Maddie Ramsey 19, Sydney Ramsey 2, Amanda Bott 3, Kelly Montoya 3, Maddie Matthews 6, Jaesa Fox 5.

Dietrich 44, Glenns Ferry 40

GLENNS FERRY — The Pilots played the Blue Devil tough, but a low-scoring third quarter was Glenns Ferry’s downfall.

Dietrich held a first half lead of 20-17 and outscored Glenns Ferry 13-8 in the third quarter.

“Acey (Shaw) always has them running,” Glenns Ferry coach Rick Hance said of Dietrich’s coach. “We tried to keep up,and the girls gave it their best. We learned a lot about ourselves, and the girls know they can compete.”

Senior Quincie Christiansen scored a team-high 10 points for Dietrich, and Glenns Ferry senior MaKenna Hedelius led the Pilots with eight. Pilots senior Sage Wootan pulled down 13 rebounds.

Glenns Ferry (1-3) is at Oakley on Tuesday, and Dietrich is at Declo on Thursday.

Dietrich 44, Glenns Ferry 40

Dietrich: 8 12 13 11 — 44

Glenns Ferry: 7 10 8 15 — 40

DIETRICH (44) — Matigan Bingham 9, KayLee Hendrix 2, Cassie Berthelson 2, Bailey Hubert 7, Brianna Astle 5, Caylee Dilworth 4, Jaxon Eggleston 5, Quincie Christiansen 10. FG: 16. FT: 13-21. 3-pointers: 5 (Bingham 3, Astle, Eggleston). Total fouls: 19. Fouled out: none.

GLENNS FERRY (40) — MaKenna Hedelius 8, Luisa Garcia 8, Jenni Rodriguez 3, Sage Wootan 7, Hannah Hedelius 2, Fabby Arevalo 8, Lizbeth Duarte 2, Marilin Castro 2. FG: 13. FT: 11-16. 3-pointers: 3 (Arevalo 2, Rodriguez). Total fouls: 19. Fouled out: Garcia.

Shoshone 44, Carey 12

SHOSHONE — The Indians improved to 3-0 with the home win over the Panthers.

Shoshone junior Cierra Hennings led all players with a game-high 19 points.

“Defensively, we got on them early,” said Shoshone coach Tim Chapman. ”We’ve been battling the flu, so it was a good team effort for not being 100 percent.”

Carey travels to Butte and Shoshone is at Valley on Tuesday.

Shoshone 44, Carey 12

Carey: 2 3 4 3 — 12

Shoshone: 14 1; 15 5 — 44

CAREY (12) — Lindsey Morey 4, Shantell Chavez 2, Athana Versis 5, Kylie Wood 1. FG: 4. FT: 3-13. 3-pointers: 1 (Versis). Total fouls: 6. Fouled out: none.

SHOSHONE (44) — Patti Fitzgerald 1, Bailee Owens 4, Jovawn Welborn 2, Megan Koonce 3, Cierra Hennings 19, Rionna Kerner 2, Monce Rivas 6, Ari Regalado 7. FG: 18. FT: 5-7. 3-pointers: 3 (Hennings 2, Regalado). Total fouls: 10. Fouled out: none.

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