Local roundup: CRHS girls top Burley, create GBC madness

2011-01-26T01:00:00Z Local roundup: CRHS girls top Burley, create GBC madnessTimes-News Twin Falls Times-News
January 26, 2011 1:00 am  • 

Canyon Ridge ended its Great Basin Conference schedule on a high-note, beating Burley 42-26 and creating a logjam in the conference's girls basketball standings heading into the district tournament next week.

"This a huge conference win for us going into the tournament. We took care of the ball tonight and were patient on the offensive side of the ball and did a good job making our free throws, which we didn't do well last time we played them," said Canyon Ridge coach Kim Wray.

Breyanna Burk led the Riverhawks with 11 points and Colleen Joslin added eight. Kaci Carpenter led Burley (3-16) with 15 points.

Canyon Ridge (7-12) finishes the regular season at undefeated Rigby on Thursday.

The Riverhawks and Bobcats are now tied at 2-8 in the conference and await a coin flip this morning between Jerome and Minico, which are both at 5-5, that will settle both ties for district tournament seeding.

Canyon Ridge 42, Burley 26

Canyon Ridge 11 14 8 9 - 42

Burley 6 12 6 2 - 26

CANYON RIDGE (42)

Karly Hudelson 7, Kylee Denney 5, Staci Baird 7, Zoe Strauss 4, Breyanna Burk 11, Colleen Joslin 8. Totals 14 12-20 42.

BURLEY (26)

Chelsea Baker 2, Aubrie Vale 1, Stephanie McGill 4, Brooke Bowers 2, Kaci Carpenter 15, Sarah Behunin 2. Totals 11 3-8 26.

3-point goals: Canyon Ridge 2 (Baird, Strauss), Burley 1 (Salazar). Total fouls: Canyon Ridge 15, Burley 19. Fouled out: Burley, Bowers. Technical fouls: none.

Declo 50, Valley 27

Declo rolled past an aggressive, tough Valley team 50-27 Tuesday night, wrapping up Canyon Conference play for the Hornets.

"(Valley) had no quit tonight. I think our inside game hurt them a little bit. This was a good win for us," said Declo coach.

Sydney Webb paced Declo with 15 points and Daliss Pickup added 12.

Declo (15-2, 6-0 Canyon) wraps up the regular season Friday at Buhl.

Declo 50, Valley 27

Valley 6 6 8 7 - 27

Declo 14 9 14 13 - 50

VALLEY (27)

Gabby Beck 2, Valene Lickley 3, Kaylee Kent 4, Marlee Mussmann 5, Lizzy Henry 3, Conny Chaires 5, Cheyanna Nelson 5. Totals 9 7-11 27.

DECLO (50)

Brinlee Breshears 6, Melissa Carson 9, Sierra Zollinger 6, Sydney Webb 15, Daliss Pickup 12, Jezzura Durfee 2. Totals 18 14-21 50.

3-point goals: Valley 2 (Harris, Nelson). Total fouls: Valley 20, Declo 17. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.

Buhl 68, Wendell 31

A strong third quarter propelled Buhl over Wendell 68-31 Tuesday night.

The Indians rolled 28 points on the Trojans to break it open in the third quarter.

Cassidee Kippes and Katherine Hunter each led Buhl with 14 points and Kendyl Hamilton added 10. Heather Sturgeon led Wendell with 15 points in the loss.

Buhl (5-11) hosts Wood River on Thursday.

Buhl 68, Wendell 31

Wendell 14 7 5 5 - 31

Buhl 17 14 28 9 - 68

WENDELL (31)

Sean Campbell 2, Hannah Lancaster 11, Morgan Swainston 1, Jasmyn Bowers 1, Carli Andrus 1, Heather Sturgeon 15. Totals 9 14-23 31.

BUHL (68)

Cassidee Kippes 14, Arly Pettinger 9, Morgan Pearson 5, Kendyl Hamilton 10, Tegan Montgomery 5, Katherine Hunter 14, Kali Archibald 9, McKayla Lively 2. Totals 22 21-31 68.

3-point goals: Wendell 1 (Sturgeon), Buhl 3 (Hamilton 2, Archibald). Total fouls: Buhl 21, Wendell 21. Fouled out: Wendell, Campbell. Technical fouls: Morgan Pearson.

Raft River 58, Hansen 36

Hailey Greenwood scored 21 points to lead Raft River over Hansen 58-36 Tuesday night.

Kassie Ottley added 13 and Echo Hansen 11 in a balanced scoring effort from the Trojans.

Nadie Giardina scored 18 for Hansen in the loss.

Raft River (12-5) plays Rockland tonight.

Raft River 58, Hansen 36

Hansen 3 10 10 13 - 36

Raft River 17 19 16 6 - 58

HANSEN (36)

Kendra Urena 2, Nadie Giardina 18, Taylor Thomas 12, Rebecca Valles 1, Shanny Fitzsimmons 3. Totals 13 6-11 36.

RAFT RIVER (58)

Kassie Ottley 13, Echo Hansen 11, Hailey Greenwood 21, Keirston Williams 2, Wynter Holtman 3, Holly Scott 6, Sydney Hitt 2. Totals 24 7-14 58.

3-point goals: Hansen 4 (Giardina 3, Thomas). Total fouls: Hansen 15, Raft River 11. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.

Richfield 49, Camas County 13

Richfield crushed Camas County 49-13 on Tuesday.

The Tigers played tight defense and poured on the offense as Camas County struggled to make shots.

Sasha Kent led the Tigers with 18 points.

Camas County (4-10) hosts Community School on Friday.

Richfield 49, Camas County 13

Richfield 9 13 24 3 - 49

Camas County 2 5 2 4 - 13

RICHFIELD (49)

Mirian Rivas 7, Sasha Kent 18, Breanna Brockman 2, Keegan Cenarrusa 4, Michaela Edwards 9, Heidi Buckner 6, Tawni Smith 3. Totals 19 1-3 49.

CAMAS COUNTY (13)

Larissa Stewart 2, Sierra Sabin 3, Katelyn Peterson 8. Totals 3 7-10 13.

3-point goals: Richfield 8 (Kent 4, Buckner 2, Rivas, Smith). Total fouls: Richfield 9, Camas County 4. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.

Dietrich 77, Sho-Ban 48

Dietrich's young guns stepped up as the Blue Devils cruised to victory over Sho-Ban 77-48.

The Blue Devils were short-handed as starter Moriah Dill was out sick and Ellie Dalton left after the first quarter with an ankle sprain.

Dietrich still had four players in double digits with Charley Bingham and Cheyenne Hubert scoring 16 points, while Kendra McConnell netted 12 and Timberly Flick scored 10.

Dietrich (15-1) travels to Richfield on Friday.

Dietrich 77, Sho-Ban 48

Sho-Ban 8 11 17 12 - 48

Dietrich 25 16 15 19 - 77

SHO-BAN (48)

Melanie 4, Sadie 3, Kyrie 2, Taylor 9, Yvonne 8, Lanelle 2, Courtney 4, McKyla 16. Totals 19 4-9 48.

DIETRICH (77)

Ellie Dalton 4, Charley Bingham 16, Kendra McConnell 12, Timberly Flick 10, Shayla Porter 5, Cheyenne Hubert 16, Anderson 4, Alex Berthelson 8, Jordan Ramos 2.Totals 29 16-22 77.

3-point goals: Sho-Ban 6 (Taylor 3, Evan 2 Sadie), Dietrich (Bingham 2, McConnell). Total fouls: Sho-Ban 21, Dietrich 5. Fouled out: Kyrie. Technical fouls: none.

Shoshone 52, Glenns Ferry 43

Kelcie Hutchins notched a double-double, scoring 24 points and grabbing 10 rebounds as Shoshone outlasted Glenns Ferry 52-43 on Tuesday.

The Indians were down by seven points going into halftime but a fourth-quarter surge and clutch free throws helped the Indians pull of the victory.

"This was a big win for us," said Shoshone coach Larry Messick. "This puts us at second in the conference and we get to host our tournament game on Monday."

Shoshone (16-3, 4-2) hosts Oakley today.

Shoshone 52, Glenns Ferry 43

Glenns Ferry 9 16 10 8 - 43

Shoshone 11 7 13 21 - 52

GLENNS FERRY (43)

Karli McHone 14, Darby Fox 2, Jennifer Popoca 2, Mollee Shrum 8, Jade Gorrell 8, Sara Arellano 9. Totals 17 5-7 43.

SHOSHONE (52)

Mariah Schoolcraft 9, Kelcie Hutchins 24, Jessica Chitwood 1, Kylee Stein 7, Jennica Kerner 6, Michelle Aoi 5. Totals 16 16-23 52.

3-point goals: Glenns Ferry 4 (McHone), Shoshone 4 (Hutchins 3, Schoolcraft 1). Total fouls: Glenns Ferry 19, Shoshone 11. Fouled out: Glenns Ferry Gorrell, Arellano. Technical fouls: Glenns Ferry, bench.

Carey 53, Community School 22

Jaide Parke and Micaela Adamson each scored 16 points to lead Carey to a 53-22 win over the Community School Tuesday in Hailey.

Natalie Goddard netted nine points for the Cutthroats.

Carey 53, Community School 22

Carey 17 12 9 15 - 53

Community School 3 6 6 7 - 22

COMMUNITY SCHOOL (22)

Taylor Figge 3, Madeleine Caraluzzi 3, Natalie Goddard 9, Ella Marks 4, Chloe Chrysikopoulos 1, Julie Doan 2. Totals

CAREY (53)

Jaide Parke 16, Lilly Rivera 8, Darby Northcott 2, Micaela Adamson 16, Nicole Gomez 2, McKayla Mecham 1, Morgan Parke 8.

Total fouls: Carey 13, Community School 13.

Boys basketball

Filer 51, Kimberly 44

Austin Tews scored 16 points and the defense shut down the high-octane attack of Kimberly to lead Filer over the Bulldogs 51-44 in the Sawtooth Central Idaho Conference matchup Tuesday night.

"We slowed the pace of the game down. We know they like to run and we were patient on offense," said Filer coach Allen Kelsey.

Logan Beard added 12 points and Jared Allen scored seven points and pulled down eight rebounds.

Brock Hulsey and Derek Maloney each scored 10 points to lead the Bulldogs.

Filer (10-5, 1-2 SCIC) hosts Twin Falls on Saturday.

Filer 51, Kimberly 44

Kimberly 8 11 10 15 - 44

Filer 16 10 11 14 - 51

KIMBERLY (44)

Dalton Harmon 6, Derek Maloney 10, Brian Crane 7, Brock Hulsey 10, Tevan Brady 7, Zack Funk 2, Jade Wadsworth 2. Totals 20 7-11 44.

FILER (51)

Logan Beard 12, Matt Ramseyer 4, Ryan Karel 4, Austin Tews 16, Jed Oyler 6, Austin Beard 2, Jared Allen 7. Totals 20 7-8 51.

3-point goals: Kimberly 2 (Harmon, Maloney), Filer 4 (Tews 2, Logan Beard, Oyler). Total fouls: Kimberly 12, Filer 13. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: none.

Camas County 57, Richfield 53

Camas County came out on top in a back-and-forth battle with Richfield as the Mushers won 57-53 on Tuesday.

The lead was never safe as both teams jockeyed for the lead, but the Mushers went in front with the clock winding down and made key free throws to put the game away.

Andy Simon scored 15 points and Jordan Robles notched 13 for Camas County (4-11) which hosts Community School on Friday.

Camas County 57, Richfield 53

Richfield 11 11 9 22 - 53

Camas County 12 10 15 20 - 57

RICHFIELD (53)

Tyler Cenarrusa 20, Zac Turnage 11, Jeff Goes 8, Zak Wood 6, Ben Robles 3, Garrett Whitesell 3, Cody Jones 2. Totals 21 8-11 53.

CAMAS COUNTY (57)

Andy Simon 15, Jordan Robles 13, Austin Walker 9, Carlos Robles 6, Davie Knowlton 6, George Simon 4, Cody Lane 4. Totals 20 12-24 57.

3-point goals: Richfield 3 (Turnage, Robles, Goes), Camas County 5 (A. Simon 3, J.Robles, G. Simon). Total fouls: Richfield 21, Camas County 15. Fouled out: Camas County, Simon. Technical fouls: none.

Raft River 66, Hansen 59

Raft River's 27-point fourth quarter was enough to put away Hansen 66-59.

The Trojans had four players in double digits with Andrew Fenn scoring 17 points and Zach Zollinger netting 12, while Tanner Anderson and Shan Hansen scored 11.

Devon Spearing scored 17 points and Kevin Fuller had 16 in the loss.

Raft River (2-12) hosts North Gem on Thursday.

Raft River 66, Hansen 59

Hansen 13 20 11 15 - 59

Raft River 16 14 9 27 - 66

HANSEN (59)

Devon Spearing 17, Jayme Johnson 7, Kevin Fuller 16, Pete Veenstra 6, Christian Wirth 1, Seth Williams 12. Totals 21 12-14.

RAFT RIVER (66)

Brogan Higley 9, Tanner Anderson 11, Andrew Fenn 17, Shad Hansen 11, Kamron Zollinger 4, Jason Hurst 2, Zach Zollinger 12. Totals 25 11-13 66.

3-point goals: Hansen 3 (Williams 2, Spearing), Raft River 5 ( Fenn 3, Hansen , Z.Zollinger). Total fouls: Hansen 15, Raft River 21 Fouled out: Raft River, Higley. Technical fouls: none.

Castleford 51, Lighthouse Christian 33

A dominant second quarter lifted Castleford to a 51-33 win over Lighthouse Christian Tuesday at Jerome Middle School.

Kale Weekes scored 17 points and Mitch Howard chipped in 10 for the Wolves, who forced a flurry of Lion turnovers in outscoring their hosts 22-6 in the pivotal period.

Garrett Goettle and Dillon Van Esch each scored eight to lead the Lions (5-10).

Castleford 51, Lighthouse Christian 33

Castleford 11 22 7 11 - 51

Lighthouse Christian 6 4 14 9 - 33

CASTLEFORD (51)

Tanner Allred 6, Cody Quinn 8, Houston Horner 4, Kale Weekes 17, Mitch Howard 10, Tyler Hansen 4, Cody Hansen 2. Totals 21-44 7-18 51.

LIGHTHOUSE CHRISTIAN (33)

Danny Hamilton 5, Brad Wall 2, Donnie Aardema 2, Garrett Goettle 8, Eli Berndt 6, Erick Helman 2, Dillon Van Esch 8. Totals 15-35 2-4 33.

3-point goals: Castleford 2 (Howard 2); Lighthouse Christian 1 (Hamilton). Total fouls: Castleford 9; Lighthouse Christian 14. Fouled out: Lighthouse Christian, Ridge Reid. Technical fouls: none.

Carey 56, Community School 14

Joey Laidlaw scored 12 points, leading a balanced attack at Carey beat the Community School 56-14 on Tuesday.

The Panthers built a 38-5 lead at halftime before coasting home.

Nick Krekow's eight points led the Cutthroats.

Carey 56, Community School 14

Community School 2 3 6 3 - 14

Carey 18 20 7 11 - 56

COMMUNITY SCHOOL (14)

Bobby Corker 3, Nick Krekow 8, Colton Sholtis 2, Sam Rogers 1. Totals 5 3-10 14.

CAREY (56)

Brandon Dilworth 4, Shane Bingham 2, Caleb Cenarrusa 2, Blair Peck 6, Jack Cenarrusa 5, Chance Chavez 2, Jacy Baird 6, Dillon Cenarrusa 7, Baley Barg 6, Charlie Rivera 4, Joey Laidlaw 12. Totals 24 6-10 56.

3-point goals: Community School 1 (Corker); Carey 2 (J. Cenarrusa, Barg). Total fouls: Community School 8, Carey 7.

Bowling

Twin Falls, Filer split

The Twin Falls boys bowling team beat Filer 10-3 on Tuesday, on the strength of a 176 game from Tyler Black. Filer's Tyler Ridgeway led all bowlers by rolling a 232.

The Filer girls, led by Kandi Woody's 186, beat Twin Falls 11-2.

 

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