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Buhl 60, Declo 58 (OT)

BUHL – Sage Eckert scored with about one second left in overtime to give the Indians a nonconference win.

Emily Gorrell led Buhl with 21 points, followed by Eckert with 13 and Madison Somers with 12.

Maddie Ramsey scored a game-high 26 points for Declo (3-4), which hosts Gooding on Thursday.

Buhl (6-1) hosts American Falls on Wednesday.

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Buhl 60, Declo 58 (OT)

Declo; 7; 12; 18; 14; 7; -- 58

Buhl; 10; 11; 12; 18; 9; -- 60

DECLO (58) – Maddie Ramsey 26, Sydney Ramsey 4, Amanda Bott 7, Kelly Montoya 6, Maddie Matthews 2, Kamree Williams 6, Jaesa Fox 7.

BUHL (60) – Sage Eckert 13, Caroline Vera 4, Kyra Azevedo 8, Emily Gorrell 21, Madison Somers 12, Kayla Morse 2.

Hagerman 52, Glenns Ferry 44

HAGERMAN — The Pirates improved to 2-1 in the Snake River Conference and 5-2 overall with the home win over the Pilots.

Hagerman junior Alana Floyd led all players with 21 points, senior Aubri Achabal had a double-double with 14 points and 20 rebounds and Elly Yore also had a double-double with 13 points and 10 boards.

Glenns Ferry senior Sage Wootan had a team-high 12 points.

Glenns Ferry hosts Shoshone and Hagerman is at Wendell on Saturday.

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Hagerman 52, Glenns Ferry 44

Glenns Ferry; 8; 12; 10; 14 ;- 44

Hagerman; 3; 22;1 1; 16; - 52

GLENNS FERRY (44) -- MaKenna Hedelius 8, Luisa Garcia 9, Jenni Rodriguez 2, Sage Wootan 12, Hannah Hedelius 6, Fabby Arevalo 7.

HAGERMAN (52) -- Lizzy Scheller 4, Elly Yore, 13, Aubri Achabal 14, Elena Floyd 21.

Dietrich 36, Valley 23

HAZELTON – Quincie Christiansen scored 14 points to lead the Blue Devils to a nonconference win.

Jacqueline Hernandez led the Vikings with nine points.

Valley (3-5) hosts Raft River on Friday, and Dietrich (4-2) hosts Richfield the same day.

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Dietrich 36, Valley 23

Dietrich; 15; 11; 3; 7; -- 36

Valley; 8; 4; 8; 3; -- 23

DIETRICH (36) – KayLee Hendricks 7, Berthelson 3, Bailey Hubert 1, Brianna Astle 3, Caylee Dilworth 4, Jaxen Eggleston 4, Quincie Christiansen 14.

VALLEY (23) – Katie Johnson 1, Broganne Mangum 5, Jacqueline Hernandez 9, Makenna Kohtz 2, Kelsey Henry 2, Bailey Stephens 2, Mackenzie Dimond 2.

Lighthouse Christian 38, Richfield 25

RICHFIELD — The Lions won on the road, defeating the Tigers in a non-counting North Side Conference game.

Lighthouse Christian junior Trudy Millenkamp was the leading scorer for the game with 12 points, and senior Sabrina De Jong added 11.

For Richfield, Shelby Buckner, Kyndyl Allen, and Sydney Wacht each had five points.

Richfield (2-3) hosts Mackay on Wednesday. Lighthouse Christian is at Dietrich on Monday.

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Lighthouse Christian 38, Richfield 25

Lighthouse Christian; 9; 6; 5; 18; - 38

Richfield; 4; 3; 3; 15; - 25

LIGHTHOUSE CHRISTIAN (38) -- Chloe Gomez 4, Sabrina De Jong 11, Haylee Grossman 9, Trudy Millenkamp 12, Caitlyn Gaskill 1, Lauren Gomez 1.

RICHFIELD (25) -- Serena Kent 2, Shelby Buckner 5, Ashley Telford 3, Kyndyl Allen 5, Emilee Prologo 2, Sydney Wacht 5, Randa Allen 3.

Hansen 48, Twin Falls Christian Academy 41

HANSEN — Hansen junior Yolanda Alaniz led the Huskies with 13 points, and Shyla Brown followed with 12 in the win over the Warriors.

Twin Falls Christian Academy freshman Hailey Wiest was the top scorer for the game with 18 points.

“Twin Falls Christian Academy is a tough team to beat,” said Hansen coach TeeJay Berry. “They are fast and fundamentally tough.”

Twin Falls Christian Academy is at Murtaugh on Thursday. Hansen (3-3) is at Castleford on Friday.

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Hansen 48, Twin Falls Christian Academy 41

Twin Falls Christian Academy; 8; 15; 3; 15; - 41

Hansen; 9; 8; 6; 25; - 48

TWIN FALLS CHRISTIAN ACADEMY (41) -- Victoria Glaze 9, Abbie Nedrow 2, Emma Fenderson 2, Hailey Wiest 18, Grace Miller 4, Rese Walker 6.

HANSEN (48) -- Kendy Kenney 7, Amy Lasso 4, Haylee Pittman 4, Cassie Gibson 6, Rakel Williams 2, Shyla Brown 12, Yolanda Alaniz 13.

Boys basketball

Filer 60, Canyon Ridge 57

TWIN FALLS – The 3A Wildcats held off the 4A Riverhawks for a nonconference road win.

Nick Meyerhoeffer scored a game-high 21 points, and Miguel Perez scored 13 for Filer, which hosts Wood River on Friday.

Izak Cuellar scored 15, Derek Clark scored 14, Logan Alquist scored 13 and Hudson Pierce added 10 for the Riverhawks (1-2), who play at Middleton Friday.

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Filer 60, Canyon Ridge 57

Filer; 17; 17; 10; 16; -- 60

Canyon Ridge; 19; 11; 9; 18; -- 57

FILER (60) – Hale 4, Miskin 9, Meyerhoeffer 21, Hughes 4, Peron 5, Perez 13, Karel 4.

CANYON RIDGE (57) – Pierce 10, Rambur 3, Alquist 13, Clark 14, Cuellar 15.

Burley 70, Pocatello 32

POCATELLO – Four players scored in double figures for the Bobcats in their 4A nonconference blowout win.

Andrew Ferrin scored a game-high 19 points, followed by Brock Whitaker with 17. Ryan Bagley and Jace Whiting each chipped in 12 for Burley (3-2), which opens Great Basin Confernence play on Wednesday at Canyon Ridge.

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Burley 70, Pocatello 32

Burley; 15; 17; 22; 16; -- 70

Pocatello; 5; 15; 10; 2; -- 32

BURLEY (70) – Brock Whitaker 17, Andrew Ferrin 19, Ethan Gibbons 2, Ryan Bagley 12, Jace Whiting 12, Cade Seely 1, Jackson Hill 7.

POCATELLO (32) – Isaac Brown 8, Jadyn Downs 3, Tyler Olson 4, Kobee Gunter 9, Payton Cleaves 2, Kaden Hales 6.

Century 63, Jerome 38

POCATELLO – A 27-8 third quarter helped the Diamondbacks pull away for a nonconference win.

James Slone scored nine points, and Austin Bell added eight for Jerome (1-2), which plays at Kuna on Thursday.

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Century 63, Jerome 38

Jerome; 9; 10; 8; 11; — 38

Century; 13; 8; 27; 15; — 63

JEROME (38) — David Lott 4, Austin Bell 6, Garrett Elison 8, Anikin Hernandez 6, James Slone 9, Jordin Myers 5.

Century (63) — Deshun Harwell 11, Sage Holm 5, McKay Ordyna 10, Thomas Tallon 6, Coleton Adamson 11, Chris Welder 2, Connor Haines 8, Max Rogers 5, Titan Fleischmann 3, Jake Grinnell 2

Buhl 65, American Falls 57 (OT)

AMERICAN FALLS — It took an extra period but the Indians won on the road defeating the host Beavers. Buhl had four players in double digits with juniors Adam Lauda leading the pack with15 points followed by Jaxon Tews and Carter Kelsey each with 13 and

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Payton Rodig added 11. Buhl hosts Wood River on Thursday.

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Buhl 65, American Falls 57 (OT)

Buhl; 9; 13; 13; 20; 10; - 65

American Falls; 10; 13; 12; 20; 2; - 57

BUHL (65) -- Adam Lauda 15, Jaxon Tews 13, Payton Rodig 11, Carter Kelsey 13, Garrett Bowman 4, Jade Juker 2, Garrett Montgomery 7.

AMERICAN FALLS (57) – Ethan Neibaur 1, Gabe Fehringer 15, Cameron Henesh 2, Alex Martinez 11, TJ Burry 4, Preston Putnam 12, Jaxon Kress 3, Colten Howell 7, Payton Kress 2.

Wood River 47, Gooding 28

HAILEY — The Wolverines subdued the Senators for a nonconference win. No other details were available.

Murtaugh 57, Wendell 34

WENDELL — Kolby McClure finished with 22 points and Guillermo Zavala added 16 for the Red Devils in the road win over the Trojans.

Wendell was led by senior Angel Espino with 10 points.

Murtaugh hosts Twin Falls Christian Academy and Wendell hosts Valley on Thursday.

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Murtaugh 57, Wendell 34

Murtaugh; 6 ;16; 17; 18; - 57

Wendell; 7; 5; 11; 11; - 34

MURTAUGH (57) –- Joseph McConaha 1, Kolby McClure 22, Guillermo Zavala 16, Mark Lopez 1, Graden Dimond 6, Kade Setoki 2, Logan Bateman 3, Tyler Chatelain 3.

WENDELL (34) -- Mason Lawton 7, Angel Espino 10, Kyler Lukesh 3, Tristan Wert 2, Blake Hughes 2, Felipe Paniagua 3, Tony Bedolla 2, Don Bunn 5.

Carey 49, Butte County 38

CAREY – Hayden Wayment poured in a game-high 22 points in the Panthers’ nonconference win.

Wayment shot 7-of-11 from the field and 6-of-9 from 3.

Carey (3-1) hosts Oakley on Friday.

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Carey 49, Butte County 38

Butte County; 9; 14; 4; 11; -- 38

Carey; 11; 6; 18; 14; -- 49

BUTTE COUNTY (38) – Waymire 7, Hawley 4, Beard 15, Hansen 5, Cummins 7.

CAREY (49) – Carson Simpson 3, Houston Hennefer 7, DJ Parke 2, Kaden Koudelka 4, Tanner Mecham 3, Hayden Wayment 22, Brigham Parke 6, Bryan Vargas 2.

Twin Falls Christian Academy 55, Hansen 54

HANSEN — Twin Falls Christian Academy senior Elijah Bolyard made a 3-pointer with six seconds remaining giving the Warriors the win over the Huskies. The Warriors were successful at the line making 16-of-21 attempts. Bolyard finished with a game-high 26 points and senior Kevin Wiest contributed 21. Junior Paxton Stimpson led Hansen with 17 points and senior Chase Ellison tossed in 14.

“We are getting closer,” said Hansen coach Nick Gonzales.”We still have a long way to go.”

Twin Falls Christian Academy is at Murtaugh on Thursday. Hansen hosts Raft River on Saturday.

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Twin Falls Christian Academy 55, Hansen 54

Twin Falls Christian Academy; 15; 18; 7; 15; - 55

Hansen; 16; 8; 12; 18; - 54

TWIN FALLS CHRISTIAN ACADEMY (55) – Joel Thompson 2, Brad Brander 2, Marcus Kevin Wiest 21, Elijah Bolyard 26, Evan Walker 4.

HANSEN (54) -- Luis Arevalo 4, Paxton Stimpson 17, Chase Ellison 14, Kade Pinther 5, Johnathan Camarillo 4, Kaedyn Hancock 10.

Wrestling

Buhl 69, Gooding 18

98: Chance Bennett (B) by forfeit; 106: Devin Rowland (B) pin Carter McLaughling, 5:42; 113: Kade Orr (B) by forfeit; 120: Slade Peyman (B) pin Wes Shaw, 0:35; 126: David Tennant (B) pin Yusef Benkahla; 132: Dabid Romero (G) pin Adam Mings; 138: Wesley Kliegl (B) dec. Keith Needham, 7-4; 145: David Razo (B) pin Teegan Bauman, 3:08; 152: Trieg Christensen (B) pin Dale Shaw, 3:10; 160: Anibal Barragan (B) pin Jonathon Carpenter, 0:33; 170: Nathan Pauls (G) pin Brodie Winson, 1:47; 182: Samuel Sullivan (B) by forfeit; 195; Theron Christensen (B) pin Daniel Loera, 3:26; 220: Edgar Gonzalez (B) pin Elliott Whiting, 1:52; 285: Jake McGinnis (G) by forfeit

Buhl 66, Filer 19

98: Dakota Graham (F) pin Dylan Curry, 1:50; 106: Devin Rowland (B) by forfeit; 113: Kade Orr (B) pin Dylan Curry, 1:50; 120: Eric Gutierrez (B) by forfeit; 126: Slade Peyman (B) pin Edward Pastoor, 0:38; 132: Wesley Kliegl (B) by forfeit; 138: Tom Henderhan (F) maj. dec. Adam Mings, 10-2; 145: David Razo (B) pin Makhai Singh, 2:47; 152: Trieg Christensen (B) pin Taylor Cobabe, 2:30; 160: Ruben Vera (B) by forfeit; 170: Skyler Moore (F) dec. Anibal Barragan, 12-5; 182: Samuel Sullivan (B) by forfeit; 195: Theron Christensen (B) by forfeit; 220: Edgar Gonzalez (B) pin Andrew Kalbfleish, 3:24; 285: Skyler Borrayo (F) by forfeit

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