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Boys basketball

Declo 59, Oakley 38

DECLO — Keegan Duncan had a strong offensive night for Declo as it defeated Oakley at home.

Duncan dropped 20 points on Oakely, but Declo head coach Jacoby Fox said the difference maker in the game was strong defense all around.

“Our defensive effort is what led to offensive output,” he said. “Our guys came out and played from the first quarter and executed our defensive game plan.”

Declo (9-1), the No. 5 team in 2A, will travel to Filer on Saturday, while Oakley (3-6) will play on the road at Shoshone on Friday.

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Declo 59, Oakley 38

Oakley 7 9 11 11 — 38

Declo 14 9 16 20 — 59

OAKLEY (38) — Slater Sagers 2, Chandler Jones 2, Jayden Palmer 14, Jake Pulsipher 6, Caleb Arnell 5, Gannon Critchfield 9

DECLO (59) — Keegan Duncan 20, Trey Smyer 8, Tyson Ramsey 6, Tanner Schroeder 2, Garrett Darrington 7, Caleb Moore 5, Bart Gibby 8, Richard Robertson 3.

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Kimberly 60, American Falls 32

AMERICAN FALLS — Connor Golay heated up from 3-point range to help Kimberly cruise past American Falls on the road.

Golay ended the night with 24 points, including five 3-pointers, but Bulldogs head coach Daren Garey said the perimeter scoring didn’t come easy.

“In the first half, we weren’t hitting shots from the outside well, but we did a nice job of finding other ways to score,” he said. “Eventually, Connor got going and we found our rhythm.”

The win moves Kimberly to 7-3. They’ll go back to back in road games, travelling to Wood River on Wednesday.

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Kimberly 60, American Falls 32

Kimberly 19 6 25 10 — 60

American Falls 9 3 11 9 — 32

KIMBERLY (60) – Connor Golay 24, Gage Burnham 6, Blake Phillips 2, Dawson Cummins 2, Trey Garey 9, Braxton Hammond 9, Taylor Holcomb 8.

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Filer 42, Marsh Valley 38

FILER — The Wildcats scored 19 points in the fourth quarter to make up a six-point deficit and earn a win at home against Marsh Valley.

Nick Meyerhoffer led Filer with 13 points, including three 3-pointers.

The Wildcats (4-3) will travel to Gooding on Thursday.

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Filer 42, Marsh Valley 38

Marsh Valley 4 19 6 9 — 38

Filer 10 5 8 19 — 42

FILER (42) – Nick Hale 7, Garret Miskin 7, Nick Meyerhoffer 13, Josh Hughes 6, Kaden Peron 2, Miguel Perez 2, Joe Barnes 3, Cade Ackerman 2.

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Girls basketball

Twin Falls 51, Century 48

TWIN FALLS – The Bruins pulled out a big win over Century at home, fueled by a second-half comeback from a 28-21 halftime deficit.

The game featured the return of guard Morgan Harr, one of the Bruins’ leaders and top scorers this season who suffered a knee injury Dec. 6 against Minico.

But it was Kylie Baumert who led Twin Falls in scoring, and Bruins head coach Nancy Jones said Baumert has stepped up the last few weeks.

“She’s been leading our team and has really stepped up with Morgan injured,” she said.

Twin Falls (6-8) will cross the Snake River to play Jerome on Thursday.

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Twin Falls 51, Century 48

Century 15 13 15 5 — 48

Twin Falls 9 12 16 14 — 51

TWIN FALLS (51) — Kylie Baumert 17, Morgan Harr 9, Maddie Glascock 1, Paige Beem 10, McKayla Rodriguez 5, Sadie Allen 2, Gracie Mumford 1.

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Highland 53, Minico 52 (OT)

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RUPERT – The Spartans couldn’t hang on to a 35-30 lead entering the fourth quarter, falling to Highland for the second time this season.

Saydi Anderson led Minico with 16 points, including six points in overtime.

The No. 2 Spartans (9-5) will host Canyon Ridge on Thursday.

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Highland 53, Minico 52 (OT)

Highland 8 17 5 15 (10) — 53

Minico 16 10 9 8 (9) — 52

MINICO (52) — Maura Merrill 7, Saydi Anderson 16, Rachel Baliola 2, Taylia Stimpson 10, Taycee Harper 10, Madison Vorwaller 5, Claire Boettcher 2.

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Burley 55, Preston 43

PRESTON — The Bobcats earned a road win in Preston with a strong offensive night.

Both Hallie Cook and Sydney Pilling scored in the double digits, with 18 points and 17 points respectively. Pilling sank five 3-pointers. Burley head coach Roger Caresia said the offense was also set up by great passing.

“I just thought our ball movement tonight was really good,” he said. “We’ve been trying to get to that point, and tonight was certainly the best in terms of how crisp our ball movement was.”

The 9-5 Bobcats will host Wood River for an in-conference matchup on Thursday.

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Burley 55, Preston 43

Burley 17 15 8 15 — 55

Preston 14 6 11 12 — 43

BURLEY (55) — Natalie Rice 4, Sydney Pilling 17, Hallie Cooke 18, Rebecca Tolman 8, Jaida Page 2, Ashley Shirley 2, Jemilynn Mahoney 2, Kelsie Pope 2.

Burley 55, Preston 43

Burley;17;15;8;15;--55

Preston;14;6;11;12—43

BURLEY (55) – Natalie Rice 4, Sydney Pilling 17, Hallie Cooke 18, Rebecca Tolman 8, Jaida Page 2, Ashley Shirley 2, Jemilynn Mahoney 2, Kelsie Pope 2.

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