Filer 9, Fruitland 5
FRUITLAND — The Wildcats opened the season with a dominant 3A nonconference win.
Filer went ahead 1-0 in the second inning and 2-0 in the third. Fruitland cut the deficit in half in the fourth, but the Wildcats scored seven straight runs, including six in the fifth inning, to pull away.
Idanna Cobb led Filer at the late, going 4-for-4 with two triples, a double, a single and a walk. On the mound, Aspen Ryan allowed one run in six innings with eight strikeouts.
The Wildcats will play a doubleheader at Homedale on Saturday.
Mountain Home 8, Canyon Ridge 6
TWIN FALLS — The Riverhawks opened the season with a 4A nonconference loss at home.
Jaycee Massie went 3-for-4 with a double for Canyon Ridge, which will play at 5A Capital on Saturday in a doubleheader.
Glenns Ferry 22, Marsing 7
MARSING—The Pilots blew out Marsing on the road, earning a run-rule win to begin the season.
The Pilots earned only 10 of their 22 runs, with the rest coming off a combination of four errors, four wild pitches and five players hit by pitch.
Hannah Hedelius pitched the five-inning win and had a great night at the plate as well. She allowed five earned runs, struck out three batters and walked on from the mound, and went 2-for-3 at the plate with six RBIs, two walks and a triple.
Lizbeth Duarte used the most of her one hit and four walks, as she stole three bases on the night, and Rylee Arellano and Sage Wootan plated four runs each.
The Pilots will host Melba on Wednesday.
Blackfoot 3, Burley 0
BLACKFOOT — The Broncos silenced the Bobcats in Friday’s 4A nonconference game, Burley’s season opener.
Blackfoot held Burley to three hits, all singles, and didn’t allow a walk or hit a batter. The Broncos scored once in the third inning and twice in the fifth.
Easton Watterson, Carson Noble and Beau Phipps recorded Burley’s hits.
The Bobcats will host Preston in a doubleheader on Wednesday.
TWIN FALLS — The Bruins dominated their home meet on Thursday.
On the boys side, Twin Falls finished with 94 points, followed by Idaho Falls (55) and Century (31). The Bruin boys also won 14 of the events.
The Twin Falls girls finished with 90 points, Idaho Falls had 55 and Century tallied 26. The Bruins took first place in 10 events.