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Community School 4, Declo 0

SUN VALLEY — The top-seeded Community School Cutthroats defeated the No. 2 Declo Hornets behind two goals each by senior Ella Viesturs and junior Lily Fitzgerald in the High Desert Conference district championship match.

Community School coach Kelly Feldman named the seniors Viesturs, Anik Zarkos, Grace Pepin, Kate Weatherholz, Libby Kaiser, Ashley Helm, Skylar Cooley, Molly Milgard in their last appearance at home as players of the game.

With the win, the Cutthroats (17-0-1) secured the top seed from District 4 in the state tournament in Caldwell next week.

Buhl 6, Wendell 1

BUHL – Madison Somers scored five goals in the Indians’ loser-out win Thursday in the High Desert Conference tournament,

Nancy Medrano scored the other goal for Buhl (7-8-1), which plays at Declo on Saturday in a loser-out, winner-to-state game.

Lizbert Alvarado scored for Wendell, which ended the season at 6-9-1.

Boys soccer

Buhl 2, Wendell 1

BUHL – The Indians kept their season going in a High Desert Conference tournament win on Thursday.

Dustin Dominguez scored twice for Buhl (8-8-2), which plays at Bliss on Saturday in a loser-out, winner-to-state game.

Luis Rodriguez scored for the Trojans, whose season ended at 2-12-2.

Volleyball

Burley 3, Jerome 0

JEROME – The Bobcats ended the regular season with a 25-10, 25-8, 25-9 Great Basin Conference win on Thursday.

Burley (8-2 in conference) earned a first-round bye in the district tournament, while Jerome (0-10) received the No. 6 seed and will play at No. 3 Minico on Saturday.

Valley 3, Wendell 0

HAZELTON — The Vikings recorded 25 team kills, five blocks and five aces in the nonconference 25-17, 25-16, 25-9 win over the Trojans.

No. 4 Valley opens 1A-D1 district play in Murtaugh at 1 p.m. against Glenns Ferry on Saturday.

Buhl 3, Declo 1

BUHL — Buhl finished the regular season with a 23-25, 25-23, 25-18, 25-14 win over Declo in the nonconference match.

Kylie Crossland recorded a double-double for the Indians with 16 kills and 10 digs. Emily Gorrell also had a double-double with 12 assists and 17 service points. McKenna Lively led the defense with five blocks.

No. 4 Buhl opens 3A districts in Kimberly at 11 a.m. on Saturday against No. 1 Kimberly.

Carey 3, Community School 0

CAREY — The host Panthers defeated the Cutthroats 25-17, 25-16, 25-9 in the final North Side Conference regular season match.

Community School senior Kristina Poydenis led the net defense with four blocks and junior Blakey Spoor had three.

For Carey, Shantell Chavez had a team-high 16 kills and senior Rylee Smith followed with seven. Setter Kylie Wood passed for 23 assists, Lindsey Morey had four aces and Smith three. For the Panther defense, Athanasia Versis had 11 digs.

Both Carey and Community School open 1A-D2 districts on Saturday in Shoshone.

Twin Falls 3, Canyon Ridge 0

TWIN FALLS — Seniors Tori Edwards had six kills and Whitney Solosabal added five for the Bruins offense as the Bruins finished 10-0 in the Great Basin Conference with the 25-8, 25-8, 25-19 win over the Riverhawks.

No. 5 Canyon Ridge opens 4A district play on Saturday at 7 p.m. against No. 4 Wood River in Hailey. Top-seeded Twin Falls will host the winner on Monday at 7 p.m.

Kimberly 3, Filer 1

KIMBERLY — The Bulldogs defeated the Wildcats 22-25, 25-18, 25-15, 25-15 in the final Sawtooth Central Idaho Conference match.

Zoey Brown was the leading hitter for Kimberly with 14 kills, and Desi Overacre distributed 23 assists. For the Bulldogs defense, Demee Rosenkrance picked up 18 digs and senior Ivy Burgess had six blocks.

No. 1 Kimberly will host No. 4 Buhl at 11 a.m. on Saturday. No. 3 Filer travels to Gooding to face the No. 2 Senators at 12:30 p.m.

Dietrich 3, Hagerman 2

HAGERMAN — The Blue Devils pushed the Pirates to a five-set win 25-18, 18-25, 22-25, 25-20, 15-11 in the final regular season nonconference match.

Hagerman senior Aubri Achabal led the offense with nine kills and four blocks followed by senior Tristyn Hulme with eight kills, 14 digs and four blocks and Elly Yore also had eight kills. Kyta Sellars had 20 digs, senior Brenna Firth had 16 and senior Teresa Daily added 10. Setter Alana Floyd contributed 25 assists.

No. 3 Hagerman will face No. 6 Raft River in 1AD1 districts at 2:30 in Murtaugh. Dietrich opens 1A-D2 district play in Shoshone on Saturday.

Murtaugh 3, Raft River 0

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MALTA — The Red Devils defeated the Trojans, 25-14, 25-18, 25-17 in the nonconference match. No details were available.

Murtaugh begins 1A-D2 district play on Saturday in Shoshone. In 1A-D1 districts, No. 6 Raft River will face No. 3 Hagerman at 2:30 p.m. in Murtaugh.

Lighthouse Christian 3, Watersprings 0; Lighthouse Christian 2, Twin Falls Christian Academy 0

TWIN FALLS — The Lions defeated Watersprings 25-20, 25-17, 25-19 and Twin Falls Christian Academy 25-7, 25-21 to end the regular season.

Senior Haylee Grossman and junior Gracie Cover led the Lions offense for the night with a total of 17 kills each in the two matches. Senior Sabrina De Jong finished with a total of 43 assists. De Jong, senior Jordy Williams and Maycee Holloway each had four serving aces. Grossman had 11 defensive digs, Holloway had nine and senior Chloe Gomez eight.

No. 1 Lighthouse Christian begins 1A-D2 district play on Saturday in Shoshone at 3 p.m.

Castleford 3, Glenns Ferry 0

GLENNS FERRY – The Wolves concluded the regular season with a 23-25, 25-21, 21-25, 25-16, 15-10 nonconference win on Thursday.

Abigale Hale had nine kills, Maddy March had eight kills, Bailey Prescott had six kills and Makayla Flores finished with 15 assists for Castleford, which is the No. 8 seed in the North Side Conference tournament and has a play-in game against Richfield on Saturday.

Glenns Ferry, the No. 5 seed in the Snake River Conference tournament, play No. 4 Valley in the first round Saturday in Murtaugh.

Late Wednesday

Cross Country

HAZELTON — The Twin Falls boys and girls cross country teams both won team titles at Wednesday’s Burley Hope Run, which only featured Great Basin Conference teams.

The Bruin girls finished with a score of 17, 29 ahead of second-place Jerome. The Twin Falls boys had a score of 30, 27 ahead of second-place Canyon Ridge.

Twin Falls sophomore Mattalyn Geddes was the top girls individual with a blistering time of 18:10.4. Bruins senior Kami Withers finished second with a time of 19:35.7, and sophomore Brinlee Garling was third at 19:38.7.

Jerome senior Nicole Cook was fourth in the girls field (20:04), followed by three Bruins: senior Alyse Douglas (20:09), senior Ashley Hutchinson (20:12.2) and sophomore Lara Maccabee (21:28.6).

On the boys side, Cannon Leavitt (16:28.7) edged out fellow Twin Falls senior Cache Traveller (16:36.6) for the individual title.

Burley sophomore Jacob DeTemple was third (16:41.4), Wood River senior Gabe Smith-Nilsen was fourth (16:43.3), Jerome junior Koby Driscoll was fifth (16:48.8), Twin Falls junior Cooper Traveller was sixth (17:00.8) and Canyon Ridge junior Trajan Holtzen was seventh (17:09.7).

Team scores

Boys: 1. Twin Falls 30, 2. Canyon Ridge 57, 3. Jerome 61, 4. Burley 112, 5. Wood River 124, 6. Minico 141

Girls: 1. Twin Falls 17, 2. Jerome 46, 3. Wood River 94, 4. Burley 113, 5. Canyon Ridge 117, 6. Minico 166

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