Girls Soccer - Twin Falls Vs. Canyon Ridge

Twin Falls’ Madison Hicks kicks the ball against Canyon Ridge during their match Thursday, Sept. 8, 2016, at Canyon Ridge High School in Twin Falls.


Girls soccer

Twin Falls 10, Jerome 0

JEROME — The Bruins won their first game of the season in destructive fashion to open Great Basin Conference play on Wednesday.

Twin Falls led 8-0 at halftime, and six players scored at least one goal in the game. The scoring breakdown: Madison Bailey (two goals), Madison Glascock (two), Elisabeth Plouy (two), Madison Hicks (two), Ellie Jackson (one) and Brinlee Stotts (one).

The Bruins (1-1) next host Preston on Saturday, and the Tigers (0-1) play at Mountain Home the same day.

Burley 4, Minico 0

BURLEY — Mallory Reiter’s hat trick helped the Bobcats earn their first win of the season, in their home- and conference-opener against their rivals, no less.

“We’ve got such a new team. Most of our team was JV last year,” Burley coach Doug Anderton said. “We’re trying a new offense, a new defense, trying different things. A lot of experimentation.”

Abby Carrasco scored the other goal for Burley, which outshot Minico 30-0, according to Anderton. The Spartans have been outscored 27-0 through three games this season.

The Bobcats (1-1) next play at Century on Saturday, and the Spartans (0-3) host Bonneville the same day.

Boys soccer

Burley 4, Minico 1

RUPERT — The Bobcats cruised past their conference rivals on Wednesday to open the season.

“It was nice to get the chills out of the way,” Burley coach Angel Angiano said. “Kids played well.”

Jesse Cardenas scored two goals, and Edgar Anguiano and Cesar Alcantara each scored one for the Bobcats, who host Pocatello on Thursday.

Jake Link scored for Minico (2-1, 0-1 Great Basin Conference), which plays at Bonneville on Saturday.

Wood River 2, Canyon Ridge 0

TWIN FALLS — The Wolverines opened the season with a shutout conference win.

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Lucas Beste scored in the second minute with an assist from Kevin Montes, and Emerson Flores capped the scoring in the 78th minute off an assist from Jose Quinones.

“We had most of the game under control,” Wood River coach Luis Monjaras said. “Got the beginning of the season jitters out of the way.”

Wood River next plays at Rigby on Friday, and Canyon Ridge (1-1, 0-1 Great Basin Conference) continues conference play at Burley on Monday.


Castleford 3, Glenns Ferry 0

CASTLEFORD — The Wolves opened their season with a North Side Conference win in straight sets, 25-15, 25-14, 25-18.

“It was a good start to the season,” Castleford coach Oscar Flores said. “Still a lot of things to work on. We have a fairly young team, but we have a strong future.”

Brenda Maya led Castleford with 11 service points, Bailey Pruscott had a team-high six kills, Maddy March added five kills and Oscar’s daughter Makayla Flores had 17 assists.

The Wolves play at Hagerman on Thursday, and the Pilots play at Liberty Charter on Tuesday.


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