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Twin Falls 74, Minico 57

RUPERT – The Bruins stayed undefeated in Great Basin Conference play after Tuesday’s road win, their fourth straight and fifth in six games.

“Very physical game. Lots of free throws,” Minico coach Ty Shippen said. “Twin played hard and played well. They were really aggressive on the boards.”

Twin Falls shot 25-of-32 from the free-throw line, Shippen said.

Faust Ystueta scored a game-high 18 points, while Ryan Ball, Mitchell Brizee and Winston Duggan each scored 15 for the Bruins (6-6, 3-0), who host Burley on Thursday.

Brant Etherington scored 17 points, Kasen Carpenter had 12 and Rylan Chandler added 10 for the Spartans (8-5, 1-2), who play at Wood River the same day.

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Twin Falls 74, Minico 57

Twin Falls 13 21 23 19 — 74

Minico 13 12 21 11 — 57

TWIN FALLS (74) — Winston Duggan 15, Faust Ystueta 18, Gage Plew 6, Wyatt Haszier 3, Ryan Ball 15, Hudson Klundt 4, Mitchell Brizee 15.

MINICO (57) — Regen Povlsen 3, Abe Guzman 5, Kasen Carpenter 12, Kobe Matsen 4, Rylan Chandler 10, Brant Etherington 17, Tyler Munsee 4, Mason Harwood 2.

Burley 73, Jerome 58

JEROME – Ryan Bagley and Jace Whiting each scored 25 points in Tuesday’s Great Basin Conference win over the Tigers.

Bagley scored 12 points in the first quarter, helping Burley build a 20-9 lead.

“Bagley came out and really set the tone in the first quarter,” Jerome coach Joe Messick said. “Too much offensive firepower between Bagley and Whiting.”

Bagley shot 10-of-15 from the field, and Whiting was 9-of-14.

Cole Baker scored 18 points for Jerome (4-8, 1-2), which plays at Canyon Ridge on Thursday.

Burley (8-3, 3-0) plays at Twin Falls the same day.

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Burley 73, Jerome 58

Burley 20 12 21 20 — 73

Jerome 9 15 18 16 — 58

BURLEY (73) — Brock Whitaker 3, Andrew Ferrin 5, Ethan Gibbons 7, Ryan Bagley 25, Jace Whiting 25, Jackson Hill 8.

JEROME (58) — David Lloyd 6, Austin Bell 8, Garrett Elison 5, Anikin Hernandez 6, James Slone 9, Jordin Meyers 4, Braydon Ehrens 2, Cole Baker 18.

Canyon Ridge 68, Wood River 65 (OT)

TWIN FALLS — Eleven 3-pointers helped the Riverhawks pick up their first Great Basin Conference win.

Five Canyon Ridge players reached double figures. Louie Cresto was the top scorer with 14 points, followed by Logan Ahlquist, Derek Clark and Avery Rambur each with 13. Hudson Pierce had 11.

The top scorer of the game was Wood River sophomore Johnny Radford with 24 points. Three other Wolverines were in double digits: Brayden Olson had 12 points, and Canyon McDonald and Christian Bothwell each tossed in 10.

“We have battled lots of adversity, but we found a way to win,” said Canyon Ridge coach Darrin Vanhofwegen.

Canyon Ridge (5-7, 1-2) hosts Jerome and Wood River hosts Minico on Thursday.

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Canyon Ridge 68, Wood River 65 (OT)

Wood River 14 15 10 21 5 — 65

Canyon Ridge 14 18 11 17 8 — 68

WOOD RIVER (65) – Canyon McDonald 10, Brayden Olson 12, Johnny Radford 24, Brandon Scott 7, Diogo Varejao 2, Christian Bothwell 10.

CANYON RIDGE (68) – Jaymund Dyer 2, Logan Ahlquist 13, Hudson Pierce 11, Derek Clark 13, Brendyn Milligan 2, Avery Rambur 13, Louie Cresto 14.

Gooding 70, American Falls 62

GOODING — A fast start helped the Senators earn their first win of the season.

Gooding outscored the Beavers 21-8 in the first quarter.

Shawn Pamplona scored a game-high 22 points, and Shane Jennings added 10 for Gooding (1-8), which hosts Buhl on Friday.

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Gooding 70, American Falls 62

American Falls 8 11 20 23 — 62

Gooding 21 11 13 25 — 70

AMERICAN FALLS (62) – Neibouer 8, Pathom 18, Howell 1, Fehringer 6, Kress 3, Henesh 5, Adians 2, Martinez 7, Ralps 12.

GOODING (70) – Shane Jennings 10, Jayden Mullins 6, Cody Faulkner 7, Logan Strom 9, Peyton Fleming 1, Shawn Pamplona 22, TJ Russell 4, Skyler Cheney 2, Cayden Loveland 9.

Oakley 56, Raft River 37

OAKLEY – The Hornets outscored the rival Trojans 18-6 in each of the first two quarters of Tuesday’s Snake River Conference game.

“We came out with really good intensity,” Oakley coach Juan Rodriguez said. “We felt like we had something to prove.”

Oakley’s Jaden Palmer scored a game-high 23 points on 7-of-12 field goal shooting (4-of-7 on 3-pointers), and he added five assists and four steals. Gannon Critchfield added 12 points for the Hornets (5-6, 3-1), who play at Valley on Friday.

Braxton Poole scored 10 points for Raft River (4-6, 2-2), which hosts Hansen on Wednesday.

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Oakley 56, Raft River 37

Raft River 6 6 12 13 — 37

Oakley 18 18 12 8 — 56

RAFT RIVER (37) — Keegan Chatburn 8, Justin Schumann 8, Braxton Poole 10, Rylee Spencer 4, Ryan Spaeth 4, Bodee Spencer 2, Chris Harper 1.

OAKLEY (56) — Jaden Palmer 23, Gannon Critchfield 12, Chandler Jones 3, Austin Bedke 8, Slater Sagers 2, Tate Cranney 2, Jake Pulsipher 2, Caleb Arnell 2, Max Alves 2.

Castleford 61, Community School 46

CASTLEFORD – A 38-14 first half paved the way to a North Side Conference win for the Wolves.

Shawn Poulson scored 20 points, while Carter Schilder and Kolby Taylor each added 14 for Castleford (2-7, 1-2), which plays at Dietrich on Thursday.

Henry Pollock scored a game-high 35 points for Community School, which hosts Lighthouse Christian the same day.

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Castleford 61, Community School 46

Community School 8 6 14 18 — 46

Castleford 22 16 10 13 — 61

COMMUNITY SCHOOL (46) — Henry Pollock 35, Shea Brokow 8, Jackson Giles 2, Walter Lafky 1.

CASTLEFORD (61) — Shawn Poulson 20, Justin Silveria 3, Rick Aguirre 4, Michael Rich 6, Carter Schilder 14, Kolby Taylor 14.

Carey 71, Camas County 47

CAREY — The Panthers improved to 3-0 in the North Side Conference and 9-2 overall with the home victory over the Mushers.

Carey senior Hayden Wayment finished with 29 points and 11 rebounds, while Carson Simpson and Brigham Parke each had 10 points for the Panthers.

Camas County sophomore Trey Smith had a team-high 21 points, and Remington Kramer followed with 13.

“It was one of those games where everybody looked good in stretches,” said Carey coach Dick Simpson.

Camas County hosts Bliss and Carey travels to Murtaugh on Thursday.

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Carey 71, Camas County 47

Camas County 10 9 9 19 — 47

Carey 14 20 14 23 — 71

CAMAS COUNTY (47) — Erik Robles 5, Remington Kramer 13, Trey Smith 21, Colby Thompson 8.

CAREY (71) — Carson Simpson 10, Houston Hennefer 8, D.J. Parke 4, Kaden Koudelka 8, Tanner Mecham 2, Hayden Wayment 29, Brigham Parke 10.

Murtaugh 63, Hansen 49

MURTAUGH — Junior Guillermo Zavala paced Murtaugh with 25 points, and senior Pablo Miranda chipped in 16, helping the Red Devils improve to 2-1 in the North Side Conference and 6-6 overall.

Senior Kaedyn Hancock and junior Paxton Stimpson led the Huskies with 11 points apiece, and senior Tuff Huizar netted 10.

“It was a good conference win for us,” said Murtaugh coach Clayton Nebeker.

Hansen is at Raft River on Wednesday, and Murtaugh hosts Carey on Thursday.

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Murtaugh 63, Hansen 49

Hansen 12 17 7 13 — 49

Murtaugh 15 15 17 16 — 63

HANSEN (49) — Paxton Stimpson 11, Tuff Huizar 10, Chase Ellison 7, Kade Pinther 5, Johnathan Camarillo 2, Kaedyn Hancock 11, Dylon Thompson 3.

MURTAUGH (63) — Kolby McClure 6, Guillermo Zavala 25, Graden Dimond 8, Pablo Miranda 16, Austin Smith 2, Kade Setoki 2, Tyler Chatelain 4.

Jackpot (Nev.) 65, Twin Falls Christian Academy 51

TWIN FALLS – The Warriors fell to 7-4 following Tuesday’s loss.

Kevin Wiest scored 25 points and grabbed 12 rebounds, and Elijah Bolyard had 16 points, nine rebounds and seven assists for TFCA, which plays at Bliss on Friday.

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Jackpot (Nev.) 65, Twin Falls Christian Academy 51

Jackpot 17 20 17 11 — 65

TFCA 13 11 8 19 — 51

TFCA (51) — Joel Thompson 2, Brad Brander 8, Kevin Wiest 25, Elijah Bolyard 16.

Girls basketball

Filer 49, Buhl 44

BUHL — Buhl fell to 10-4 overall and 2-2 in the Sawtooth Central Idaho Conference with the home loss to Filer.

Wildcat freshman Ella Fischer led both teams with 19 points, and senior Katlin Porter added 10. Buhl senior Sage Eckert scored a team-high 10 points and, Kyra Azevedo had nine points and three steals.

“Filer set the tempo, and we had a rough time responding,” said Buhl coach Kody Bingham. “We need to just settle down and be patient and play our game.”

Filer hosts Declo and Buhl is at Kimberly on Thursday.

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Filer 49, Buhl 44

Filer 17 11 8 13 — 49

Buhl 14 9 7 14 — 44

FILER (49) — Kelsie Snyder 2, Katlin Porter 10, Jailyn Gartner 4, Fallon Stoddard 5, Ella Fischer 19, Haven Jones 3, Jaylee Bingham 6,

BUHL (44) — Kendra Benson 1, Sage Eckert 10, McKenna Lively 2, Caroline Vera 8, Kyra Azevedo 9, Emily Gorrell 4, Madison Somers 4, Kayla Morse 6.

Valley 44, Hagerman 36

HAZELTON – A 16-7 fourth quarter lifted the Vikings to a Snake River Conference win.

“It was just a team effort in the fourth,” Valley coach Jamie Kohtz said. “We hit some shots.”

Makenna Kohtz scored 12 points for Valley (7-8, 3-4), which plays at Raft River on Thursday.

Alana Floyd scored 12 points, and Lizzy Scheller added 10 for the Pirates (9-6, 4-3), who play at Glenns Ferry on Thursday.

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Valley 44, Hagerman 36

Hagerman 12 9 8 7 — 36

Valley 11 5 12 16 — 44

HAGERMAN (36) – Elly Yore 6, Lizzy Scheller 10, Alana Floyd 12, Josie Turner 3, Aubri Achabal 2, Tristyn Hulme 3.

VALLEY (44) – Katie Johnson 7, Broganne Mangum 4, Railey Hodges 4, Makenna Kohtz 12, Kelsey Henry 7, Bailey Stephens 3, Tory Lewis.

Lighthouse Christian 46, Richfield 16

TWIN FALLS — The Lions are now 11-3 overall and 3-0 in the North Side Conference after the home win over the Tigers.

LLighthouse Christian senior Chloe Gomez scored 13 points, and her freshman sister Lauren Gomez had 12. Junior forward Shelby Buckner led Richfield with nine points.

Richfield hosts Hansen on Saturday and Lighthouse Christian is at Hansen on Tuesday.

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Lighthouse Christian 46, Richfield 16

Richfield 0 3 9 4 — 16

Lighthouse Christian 7 15 14 10 — 46

RICHFIELD (16) — Shelby Buckner 9, Ashley Telford 2, Kyndyl Allen 2, Sydney Wacht 3.

LIGHTHOUSE CHRISTIAN (46) — Chloe Gomez 13, Sabrina De Jong 6, Haylee Grossman 4, Mikayla Maxfield 2, Trudy Millenkamp 4, Caitlyn Gaskill 2, Jordan Morton 2, Lauren Gomez 12.

Carey 60, Camas County 16

CAREY — Every Carey player scored in the North Side Conference win.

Athana Versis, Kylie Wood and Kodi Green each scored 10 points for the Panthers, while Aisha Clarke and Ashlynn Whittle led Camas County with six apiece.

“We played well in our half-court man (defense),” said Carey coach Merrilee Sears.

Carey (7-6, 2-0) plays at Murtaugh on Thursday, and Camas County travels to Castleford on Tuesday.

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Carey 60, Camas County 16

Camas County 5 5 4 2 — 16

Carey 18 12 26 4 — 60

CAMAS COUNTY (16) — Aisha Clarke 6, Ashlynn Whittle 6, Rayann Martin 4.

CAREY (60) — Bailie Morey 2, Lindsey Morey 4, Shantell Chavez 8, Noelia Cruz 4, Rylee Smith 8, Athana Versis 10, Kourtney Black 2, Kylie Wood 10, Kodi Green 10, Felicity Black 2.

Hansen 54, Murtaugh 46

MURTAUGH — The Huskies and Red Devils played two close halves in the North Side Conference game won by Hansen.

The Huskies led 24-21 at the half and won the second half 30-25.

“We came out flat the first quarter, and they made a run,” said Murtaugh coach Todd Jensen. “We brought it the next two quarters, but we ran out of gas at the end. We had to dig into our bench and the girls stepped up. ... We are getting better.”

Hansen junior Yolanda Alaniz led all players with 18 points, and Rakel Williams had 10. Murtaugh junior guard Fatima Aguilera scored a team-high 14 points, Alissa Chatelain pulled down 12 rebounds and Aguilera and Jenna Benites each had four steals.

Murtaugh (4-10, 0-3) hosts Carey on Thursday, and Hansen is at Richfield on Saturday.

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Hansen 54, Murtaugh 46

Hansen 15 9 11 19 — 54

Murtaugh 6 15 17 8 — 46

HANSEN (54) — Kendy Kenney 9, Amy Lasso 2, Neilani McDaniel 5, Haylee Pittman 5, Cassie Gibson 3, Rakel Williams 10, Shyla Brown 2, Yolanda Alaniz 18.

MURTAUGH (46) — Fatima Aguilera 14, Lisa Ambriz 6, Jenna Benites 8, Juany Arevalo 2, Abby Suitter 6, Leslye Tapia 4, Alissa Chatelain 6.

Wrestling

Kimberly 45, Wood River 6

98: Tristian Cota (K) dec. Jake Drummond, 8-2; 106: Jayden Shuey (WR) pin Brogan Leckenby, 1:18; 113: Double Forfeit 120: Jonah Bacon (K) by forfeit; 126: Hunter Demerly (K) by forfeit; 132: Travis Erickson (K) dec. Isaac Kolman, 10-7; 138: Double Forfeit 145: Rowdy Hopkins (K) pin Preston Wolfey, 2:57; 152: Trace Mayo (K) by forfeit; 160: Double Forfeit 170: Zach Gunnell (K) by forfeit; 182: Double Forfeit 195: Kaden Buhler (K) by forfeit; 220: Double Forfeit 285: Tito Garcia (K) sudden victory Elijah Arredondo, 6-4

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