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Kimberly 47, Gooding 44

GOODING – A 17-8 fourth quarter lifted the Bulldogs to a win in their Sawtooth Central Idaho Conference opener.

“In that fourth quarter, we played a little faster than we needed to, made some mistakes, and they made some plays at the end,” Gooding coach Chris Comstock said.

Noah Mooney scored 11 points for Kimberly (3-2), which hosts Canyon Ridge on Friday.

Shawn Pamplona scored a game-high 14 points, and Cody Faulkner added 12 for the Senators (0-4, 0-1), who play at Canyon Ridge on Monday.

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Kimberly 47, Gooding 44

Kimberly 8 9 13 17 — 47

Gooding 11 14 11 8 — 44

KIMBERLY (47) – Connor Golay 4, Gage Burnham 4, Blake Phillips 6, Noah Mooney 11, Dawson Cummins 2, Trey Garey 6, Tristyn O’Donnell 3, Braxton Hammond 5, Andrew Satterfield 2, Taylor Holcomb 4.

GOODING (44) – Shane Jennings 1, Jayden Mullins 5, Cody Faulkner 12, Logan Strom 5, Shawn Pamplona 14, Cayden Loveland 7.

Declo 57, Valley 53 (OT)

EDEN — Declo picked up a road win against Valley in overtime.

Declo outscored Valley 11-7 in the period, including six free throws by Garrett Darrington in the quarter — his only points of the game. Trey Smyer led the Hornets with 18 points, but Ben Christensen scored a game-high 19 points for Valley.

“Good for us (and) good for Declo to get the kids in some late-game situations,” Valley head coach Brian Hardy said.

Declo (3-0) will host Buhl on Friday, and Valley (5-1) will travel to Glenns Ferry on Monday.

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Declo 57, Valley 53 (OT)

Declo 11 13 7 15 11 — 57

Valley 8 12 8 18 7 — 53

DECLO (57) — Keegan Duncan 5, Trey Smyer 18, Tyson Ramsey 5, Tanner Schroeder 13, Garrett Darrington 6, Caleb Moore 6, Richard Robertston 4.

VALLEY (53) — Alex Korom 6, Adam Elorrieta 4, Fabian Juarez 4, Ben Christensen 19, Eddy Cano 6, Nic Anderson 12, Miguel Farfan 2.

Buhl 77, American Falls 53

BUHL — The Indians scored 32 points in the third quarter en route to a victory over American Falls.

“That quarter kind of blew the game open,” Buhl head coach Dan Winn said.

Four Indians scored in the double digits, including Jaxon Tews with a game-high 18 points. Tews went 4-for-7 from 3-point range.

Buhl (2-4) will travel to Declo on Friday.

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Buhl 77, American Falls 53

American Falls 13 7 18 15 — 53

Buhl 14 14 32 17 — 77

AMERICAN FALLS (53) — Ethan Neibaur 4, Gabe Fehringer 3, Russell Adkins 3, Alex Martinez 7, TJ Burry 4, Preston Putnam 11, Jaxon Kress 15, Payton Kress 6.

BUHL (77) — Adam Lauda 12, AJ Armitage 2, Jaxon Tews 18, Payton Rodig 6, Carter Kelsey 8, Garrett Bowman 14, Jade Juker 11, Garrett Montgomery 6.

Oakley 64, Hagerman 31

HAGERMAN – The Hornets earned their first Snake River Conference win of the season in dominant fashion Tuesday on the road.

Gannon Critchfield scored a game-high 13 points, Caleb Arnell scored 12 and Jace Robinson added 10 for Oakley (3-3, 1-1), which plays at Grace on Saturday.

KC Hainline scored 11 points for Hagerman, which hosts Richfield on Thursday.

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Oakley 64, Hagerman 31

Oakley 13 14 25 12 — 64

Hagerman 6 7 9 9 — 31

OAKLEY (64) – Chandler Jones 9, Caleb Arnell 12, Jace Robinson 10, Gannon Critchfield 13, Jake Pulispher 6, Slater Sagers 4, Basin Bench 5, Max Alves 1, Braven Wadsworth 4.

HAGERMAN (31) – Caleb Owlsey 4, Derek Herrington 2, Chris Belem 3, Bryant Osborne 5, AB Salas 5, KC Hainline 11, Kyle Turner 1.

Carey 54, Shoshone 48

CAREY — The Panthers earned an out-of-conference win at home against Shoshone.

Kaden Koudelka topped Carey’s score sheet with 17 points, but Patrick Taber led the game with 22 points for the Indians.

“It was just kind of a back and forth game,” Carey head coach Dick Simpson said.

Carey (4-2) will travel to Community School on Thursday while Shoshone will host Raft River on Friday.

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Carey 54, Shoshone 48

Shoshone 10 13 11 14 — 48

Carey 12 18 8 16 — 54

SHOSHONE (48) — Chava Rivas 2, Patrick Taber 22, Steven Rubio 12, Tyson Chapman 3, Ethan Perry 5, Andrew Sant 4.

CAREY (54) — Houston Hennefer 7, DJ Parke 4, Kaden Koudelka 17, Porter Mecham 6, Hayden Wayment 10, Brigham Parke 10.

Murtaugh 78, Richfield 47

MURTAUGH – Guillermo Zavala scored a game-high 22 points to lead the Red Devils to a non-counting win over their North Side Conference opponent.

Pablo Miranda scored 15 points, Graden Dimond had 14 and Austin Smith added 13 for Murtaugh (3-3), which plays at Dietrich on Thursday.

Justin Wood scored 19, Ian Gill had 15 (all on 3-pointers) and Hayden Tree added 10 for Richfield, which plays at Hagerman on Thursday.

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Murtaugh 78, Richfield 47

Richfield 15 7 16 9 — 47

Murtaugh 20 20 26 12 — 78

RICHFIELD (47) – Ian Gill 15, Marco Juarez 1, Jacob Whitefell 2, Justin Wood 19, Hayden Tree 10.

MURTAUGH (78) – Kolby McClure 4, Guillermo Zavala 22, Graden Dimond 14, Pablo Miranda 15, Austin Smith 13, Kade Setoki 6, Tyler Chatelain 4.

Jackpot (Nev.) 56, Hansen 47

HANSEN — The Huskies fell to Jackpot at home despite a good performance from the free-throw line.

Hansen shot 8-for-11 from the line, but allowed Jackpot to get 26 free-throw attempts.

“We took a couple steps back in this one,” Hansen head coach Nick Gonzales said. “We played very timid and didn’t play what we’ve been practicing for the last few weeks. We’ve got to trust the program.”

The Huskies (1-4) face travel to Castleford on Friday.

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Jackpot (Nev.) 56, Hansen 47

Jackpot 14 17 9 16 — 56

Hansen 17 11 6 13 — 47

HANSEN (47) — Luis Arevalo 6, Paxton Stimpson 8, Chase Ellison 12, Kade Pinther 5, Johnathan Camarillo 4, Kaedyn Hancock 12.

Girls basketball

Highland 45, Twin Falls 31

POCATELLO — Twin Falls fell to 5A Highland for the second time this season, this time on the road.

Madison Glascock led the Bruins with eight points.

Twin Falls (3-5) will host Burley on Thursday.

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Highland 45, Twin Falls 31

Twin Falls 6 3 10 12 — 31

Highland 12 9 12 12 — 45

TWIN FALLS (31) — Kylie Baumert 5, Madison Glascock 8, Paige Beem 4, Morgan Cargile 4, Sadie Allen 4, Gracie Mumford 2, Brinlee Stotts 2.

HIGHLAND (45) — Vawdrey 2, Baker 17, Ma. Calley 2, Spoklie 4, Me. Calley 2, Hawes 2, Rowe 4, Thompson 2, Thayne 10.

Rigby 46, Burley 40

RIGBY — The 4A Bobcats fell just short on the road against the 5A Trojans.

Sydney Pilling scored 12 points for Burley, which plays at Great Basin Conference opponent Twin Falls on Thursday.

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Rigby 46, Burley 40

Burley 7 11 10 12 — 40

Rigby 7 13 19 7 — 46

BURLEY (40) — Pilling 12, Rice 2, Cook 9, Tolman 7, Shirley 2, Mahoney 2, Pope 2, Ontiveros 4.

RIGBY (46) — Ruby Murdock 1, Summer DaBell 10, Kennedy French 9, Kylie Jones 2, Emma Shippen 11, Lexi Martinez 4, Jet Taylor 1, Hannah Fullmer 6, Matea Mobley 2.

Buhl 50, Wendell 33

WENDELL — Buhl came back from a one-point halftime deficit to win by 17 over Wendell.

Emily Gorrell scored a game-high 16 points for the Indians. Robin Moreno led Wendell with 10 points.

“First half was neck and neck,” Wendell head coach Robert Lamm said. “(Buhl) just shot lights out in the second half.”

Buhl (8-2) will play Kimberly at home on Wednesday, while Wendell (3-5) will host Declo on Thursday.

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Buhl 50, Wendell 33

Buhl 8 8 20 14 — 50

Wendell 6 11 10 6 — 33

BUHL (50) — America Jamarillo 5, Sage Eckert 8, McKenna Lively 6, Caroline Vera 2, Kyra Azevedo 8, Emily Gorrell 16, Madison Somers 5.

WENDELL (33) — Rylee Dunn 8, Stevie Torres 2, Robin Moreno 10, Nadia Guadarrama 2, Faith Mabey 6, Jackie Hollenbeck 5.

Shelley 58, Filer 33

FILER – The Russets rolled to a nonconference 3A win Tuesday night.

Filer (1-7) plays at SCIC foe Gooding on Thursday.

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Shelley 58, Filer 33

Shelley 9 18 15 16 – 58

Filer 5 9 8 11 — 33

SHELLEY (58) – Arzola 10, Ball 14, Downs 2, Crandall 10, Vega 8, Romero 10, Hobbs 4.

FILER (33) – Kori Gartner 3, Kelsie Snyder 6, Katlin Porter 5, Jailyn Gartner 6, Kolbie Kliegl 1, Fallon Stoddard 2, Jerragan Thornton 4, Haven Jones 4, Madison Ferrell 2.

Raft River 44, Glenns Ferry 41

MALTA — The Trojans held off a fourth-quarter surge by Glenns Ferry to earn their third-straight victory.

“A lot of credit to (Glenns Ferry),” Raft River head coach Cody Powers said. “They had that never quite attitude. We ended up just holding them off.”

Kamri Ottley led the game in scoring with 21 points and Luisa Garcia gave the Pilots 15 points.

Raft River (3-7) will take on Hansen at home on Friday, while Glenns Ferry (2-8) will travel to Wilder for the Wilder Tourney on Friday.

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Raft River 44, Glenns Ferry 41

Glenns Ferry 13 6 0 22 — 41

Raft River 10 13 8 13 — 44

GLENNS FERRY (41) — MaKenna Hedelius 5, Luisa Garcia 15, Jenni Rodriguez 2, Sage Wootan 9, Hannah Hedelius 7, Fabby Aravalo 2, Lizbeth Duarte 1.

RAFT RIVER (44) — Kamri Ottley 21, Marie Branch 5, Amanda Carpenter 3, Audah Jones 13, Kassie Warr 2.

Oakley 63, Castleford 9

OAKLEY – The Hornets stayed undefeated with a blowout win over the Wolves.

Rachael Mitton scored a game-high 19 points, Brittany Hardy scored 18 and Blakely Payton added 11 for Oakley (8-0), which hosts Valley on Thursday.

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Oakley 63, Castleford 9

Castleford 4 0 3 2 — 9

Oakley 24 17 16 6 — 63

CASTLEFORD (9) – Valeria Cardona 2, Julia Lilly 1, Maddy March 5, Grace Loman 1.

OAKLEY (63) – Keeley Cranney 2, Brittany Hardy 18, Brynn Westover 2, Blakely Payton 11, Liz Hardy 2, Mallory Beck 5, Makinlee Cranney 4, Rachael Mitton 19.

Murtaugh 30, Richfield 17

MURTAUGH — The Red Devils rode a strong first quarter to a victory over Richfield.

“We jumped out and played really well in the first two quarters,” Murtaugh head coach Todd Jensen said. “We kind of put it on cruise control at the end, and didn’t really finish, but we got the win.”

Jenna Benites scored a game-high 12 points for the Red Devils, while Shelby Buckner scored six points for Richfield.

Murtaugh (4-5) will play a road game at Dietrich on Friday and Richfield (2-7) will travel to Hansen on Wednesday.

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Murtaugh 30, Richfield 17

Richfield 4 4 4 5 —17

Murtaugh 12 12 4 2 —30

RICHFIELD (17) — Serena Kent 1, Shelby Buckner 6, Emma Telford 6, Emilee Prologo 2, Sydney Wacht 2.

MURTAUGH (30) — Fatima Aguilera 2, Lisa Ambriz 5, Jenna Benites 12, Tiare Setoki 2, Abby Suitter 3, Leslye Tapia 4, Alissa Chatelain 2.

Wrestling

Buhl 46, Kimberly 31

98: Chance Bennett (B) pin Brogan Leckenby, 6:45; 106: Devin Rowland (B) by forfeit; 113: Eric Gutierrez (B) by forfeit; 120: Slade Peyman (B) dec. Jonah Bacon, 8-4; 126: David Tennant (B) pin Hunter Demerly, 3:29; 132: Riley Hallett (K) maj. dec. Adam Mings, 13-1; 138: David Razo (B) pin Julian Rocha, 5:15; 145: Carson Schvaneveldt (K) pin Jace Anderson, 0:38; 152: Michael Coy (K) pin Ruben Vera, 0:49; 160: Alan Palmer (K) pin Trieg Christensen, 2:54; 170: Jake Hardy (K) dec. Anibal Barragan, 7-4; 182: Theron Christensen (B) maj. dec. Hunter O`Berg, 13-2; 195: AJ Dominquez (B) dec. Kaden Buhler, 6-3; 220: Edgar Gonzalez (B) pin Eric Cisneros, 2:44; 285: Tito Garcia (K) by forfeit.

Buhl 64, Filer 24

98: Chance Bennett (B) pin Dakota Graham, 3:57; 106: Devin Rowland (B) by forfeit; 113: Blaine Wiggins (F) pin Eric Gutierrez, 5:33; 120: Slade Peyman (B) pin Edward Pastoor, 1:51; 126: David Tennant (B) pin Matthew Bell, 1:07; 132: Wesley Kliegl (B) by forfeit; 138: Tom Henderhan (F) pin David Razo, 2:15; 145: Austin Graham (F) pin Jace Anderson, 0:58; 152: Ruben Vera (B) pin Taylor Cobabe, 4:29; 160: Brodie Winson (B) by forfeit; 170: Anibal Barragan (B) by forfeit; 182: Samuel Sullivan (B) by forfeit; 195: Fabian Barragan (B) by forfeit; 220: AJ Dominquez (B) maj. dec. Andrew Kalbfleish, 16-3; 285: Skyler Borrayo (F) by forfeit.

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