Lighthouse Christian Logo

Girls basketball

Lighthouse Christian 68, Hagerman 50

TWIN FALLS — Lighthouse Christian freshman Lauren Gomez led all players with 22 points on seven 3-pointers, which broke her sister Parris’s school record for 3-pointers in a game. Earlier this season against Castleford, Lauren’s older sister Chloe Gomez broke Parris’s school record for points scored in a game.

Chloe Gomez finished with 19 points, and senior Mikayla Maxfield added 10.

For the Pirates, junior guard Alana Floyd pounded in 18 points, and senior guard Brenna Firth had 15.

“Aubri (Achabal) played a big game for us with eight points, nine blocks and 12 rebounds,” said Hagerman coach Derrick Lyons.

Lighthouse Christian (8-3) will play in Jerry Callen Memorial Tournament beginning Dec. 28. Hagerman travels to Murtaugh on Jan. 5.

----------------------------

Lighthouse Christian 68, Hagerman 50

Hagerman 12 12 13 13 — 50

Lighthouse Christian 17 13 21 17 — 68

HAGERMAN (50) — Tristyn Hulme 2, Brenna Firth 15, Lizzy Scheller 4, Aubri Achabal 7, Alana Floyd 18, Mary Merritt 4.

LIGHTHOUSE CHRISTIAN (68) — Chloe Gomez 19, Sabrina De Jong 5, Haylee Grossman 8, Mikayla Maxfield 10, Jordy Williams 2, Caitlyn Gaskill 2, Lauren Gomez 22.

Gooding 73, Dietrich 37

GOODING — The Senators had one of those can’t miss games. Gooding led at the half 36-23 and exploded for 31 points in the third quarter.

“It was a good game to take into Christmas break,” said Gooding coach Jysen Lancaster.

Grace Parker sparked the Senators with 31 points, followed by fellow junior Erika Anthony with 21, including five 3-pointers. Gracie Faulkner added 10.

Dietrich was led by senior Jaxon Eggleston with 13 points.

Gooding (8-2) travels to Manti (Utah) on Dec. 30, and Dietrich is at Hansen on Jan. 5.

----------------------------

Gooding 73, Dietrich 37

Dietrich 18 5 10 4 — 37

Gooding 20 16 31 6 — 73

DIETRICH (37 ) — KayLee Hendrix 2, Cassie Berthelson 2, Bailey Hubert 6, Brianna Astle 2, Caylee Dilworth 5, Jaxon Eggleston 13, Quincie Christiansen 7.

GOODING (73) — Gracie Faulkner 10, Riley Comstock 9, Erika Anthony 21, Grace Parker 31, Mallory Brown 2.

Valley 35, Carey 34

HAZELTON — The 1A Division I Vikings skated by the 1A-DII Panthers in their final game of 2017.

“A good way to go into the break,” Valley coach Jamie Kohtz said.

Broganne Mangum scored a game-high 11 points for Valley (5-7), which plays at Wendell on Jan. 2.

Rylee Smith, Athana Versis and Kylie Wood each scored nine points for Carey, which hosts Castleford on Jan. 4.

----------------------------

Valley 35, Carey 34

Carey 9 9 6 10 — 34

Valley 6 8 9 12 — 5

CAREY (34) – Bailie Morey 2, Lindsey Morey 1, Rylee Smith 9, Athana Versis 9, Kylie Wood 9, Felicity Black 2.

VALLEY (35) – Katie Johnson 8, Broganne Mangum 11, Railey Hodges 3, Jacqueline Hernandez 6, Makenna Kohtz 7.

Twin Falls Christian Academy 58, Castleford 31

TWIN FALLS – A 21-3 third quarter helped the Warriors pull away from the Wolves for a nonconference win.

Hailey Wiest scored a game-high 16 points, Rese Walker had 14 and Victoria Glaze added 12 for TFCA (6-2), which plays at the Christmas Tournament in Ontario, Ore., beginning Dec. 28.

Castleford plays at Carey on Jan. 4.

----------------------------

Twin Falls Christian Academy 58, Castleford 31

Castleford 8 6 3 14 — 31

TFCA 10 12 21 15 — 58

CASTLEFORD (31) – Alondra Rivera 8, Julia Lilly 2, Maddy March 7, Aurbey Mahannah 5, Sheyenne Cabrito 2, Zailee Poulson 2, Grace Loman 5.

TFCA (58) – Victoria Glaze 12, Abbie Nedro 9, Emma Fenderson 2, Hailey Wiest 16, Grace Miller 5, Rese Walker 14.

Boys basketball

Kimberly 55, Sugar-Salem 28

KIMBERLY – A huge first half lifted the Bulldogs in the first round of the Magic Valley Holiday Classic.

Kimberly led the Diggers, ranked No. 3 in the latest state media poll, 34-9 through two quarters.

“Defensively, we were really good in the first half,” Kimberly coach Daren Garey said.

Trey Garey scored a game-high 20 points for the Bulldogs (5-2), which plays at Jerome in the consolation round of the tournament on Wednesday.

----------------------------

Kimberly 55, Sugar-Salem 28

Sugar-Salem 4 5 11 8 — 28

Kimberly 16 18 11 10 — 55

SUGAR-SALEM (28) – Rudolf 1, Shirley 5, Miler 2, Baldwin 10, Harris 4, Mickelson 4, Handy 2.

KIMBERLY (55) – Connor Golay 4, Gage Burnham 4, Blake Phillips 2, Noah Mooney 7, Dawson Cummins 7, Trey Garey 20, Andrew Satterfield 6, Lance Thompson 2, Taylor Holcomb 2.

Idaho Falls 49, Jerome 33

JEROME — Jerome was handled by the Tigers from the east in the first round of the Magic Valley Holiday Classic.

James Slone scored 11 points, and Brandon Wright added 10 for Jerome (2-5), which hosts Kimberly in the tournament’s consolation bracket on Wednesday.

----------------------------

Idaho Falls 49, Jerome 33

Idaho Falls 14 14 2 19 —49

Jerome 5 13 5 10 —33

IDAHO FALLS (49) — Gavin Shelley 3, Kalvin Bowen 6, Braxton Ball 14, Paul Wilson 6, Cameron Conrad 8, Andrew Gregersen 12. 

JEROME (33) — David Lloyd 2, Austin Bell 4, Brandon Wright 10, James Slone 11, Cole Baker 3, Garrett Elison 3. 

Canyon Ridge 52, Buhl 35

BUHL — Canyon Ridge held the halftime lead at 25-13 and won the second half 27-22 in the nonconference win over Buhl.

“We had a good defensive effort in the first quarter,” said Buhl coach Dan Winn. “Canyon Ridge did a great job tonight.”

The Riverhawks were led by juniors Hudson Pierce with 13 points and Avery Rambur with 12. Canyon Ridge senior Izak Cuellar had 10 boards, and Derek Clark had seven steals.

Junior Adam Lauda led the Indians (2-6) with 11 points.

The two teams meet again at Canyon Ridge on Jan. 3.

----------------------------

Canyon Ridge 52, Buhl 35

Canyon Ridge 11 14 15 12 — 52

Buhl 10 3 13 9 — 35

CANYON RIDGE (52) — Jaymund Dyer 2, Hudson Pierce 13, Derek Clark 9, Luke Teske 2, Avery Rambur 12, Louie Cresto 7, Izak Cuellar 7.

BUHL (35) — Adam Lauda 11, Jaxon Tews 3, Payton Rodig 9, Carter Kelsey 6, Garrett Bowman 6.

Declo 43, Filer 22

DECLO – The 2A Hornets trailed 5-3 after one quarter, but a 20-5 second quarter helped them pull away from the 3A Wildcats.

Trey Smyer scored a game-high 16 points for Declo (6-0), which plays Ambrose on Thursday at the Nampa Christian tournament.

Filer (3-3) hosts Marsh Valley on Jan. 2.

----------------------------

Declo 43, Filer 22

Filer 5 5 3 9 — 22

Declo 3 20 7 13 — 43

FILER (22) – Hale 4, Miskin 8, Meyerhoeffer 3, Perez 4, Korrell 1, Ackerman 2.

DECLO (43) – Keegan Duncan 7, Trey Smyer 16, Ramsey 2, Schroeder 3, Darrington 1, Moore 2, Gibby 6, Robertson 6.

Hagerman 55, Wendell 51

HAGERMAN — Sophomore Bryant Osbourne led the Pirates with 21 points, and Wendell senior Angel Espino exploded for a game-high 26 points in the Pirates’ win.

“It was a well-played game by both teams,” said Hagerman coach Joe Keeney.

Get the latest sports news and scores sent to your email inbox

Wendell hosts Marsing on Dec. 29, and Hagerman (3-4) is at Valley on Jan. 10.

----------------------------

Hagerman 55, Wendell 51

Wendell 3 19 11 18 — 51

Hagerman 13 9 12 21 — 55

WENDELL (51) – Mason Lawton 10, Angel Espino 26, Kyler Lukesh 5, Blake Hughes 4, Felipe Paniagua 6.

HAGERMAN (55) – Caleb Owsley 10, KC Hainline 6, Bryant Osbourne 21, Fernando Marez 4, Derek Herrington 6, AB Salas 5, Chris Belem 3.

Carey 45, Valley 37

HAZELTON — Carey senior Tanner Mecham had a team-high 10 points for the Panthers, and senior Ben Christensen scored a game-high 11 points for the Vikings in the Carey win.

Valley (6-2) is at Raft River on Jan. 3, and Carey hosts Castleford on Jan. 4.

----------------------------

Carey 45, Valley 37

Carey 9 12 15 9 — 45

Valley 8 14 7 8 — 37

CAREY (45) —  Carson Simpson 7, Houston Hennefer 9, Kaden Koudelka 8, Tanner Mecham 10, Hayden Wayment 9, Raymond Peck 2.

VALLEY (37) — Adam Elorrieta 7, Fabian Juarez 4, Nikoli Carlquist 4, Ben Christensen 11, Nic Anderson 2, Alex Korom 5, Miguel Farfan 2, Jacob Schilz 2.

Shoshone 70, Murtaugh 63

SHOSHONE — Shoshone senior Ethan Perry scored a team-high 19 points, followed by junior Patrick Taber with 17 points in the Indians’ home win over the Red Devils.

The top scorers for the game were Murtaugh junior Guillermo Zavala with 23 and senior Pablo Miranda with 21. Shoshone recorded 12 team steals, and Perry and Taber combined for 16 rebounds.

Shoshone (4-5) is at Castleford on Jan. 3, and Murtaugh is at Lighthouse Christian on Jan. 4.

----------------------------

Shoshone 70, Murtaugh 63

Murtaugh 22 20 7 14 — 63

Shoshone 14 19 21 16 — 70

MURTAUGH (63) — Kolby McClure 8, Guillermo Zavala 23, Mark Lopez 2, Graden Dimond 1, Pablo Miranda 21, Austin Smith 4, Kade Setoki 4,

SHOSHONE (70) — Chava Rivas 6, Patrick Taber 17, Saul Valencia 9, Steven Rubio 14, Tyson Chapman 4, Ethan Perry 19, Denny Arroyo 1.

Ambrose 37, Oakley 36

OAKLEY — On the miss on the second of two free throws by Oakley in the last few seconds of the game, Ambrose got the rebound and scored at the buzzer for the win.

Hornets junior Jake Pulispher scored a team-high 12 points and Gannon Critchfield finished with 10. Slater Sagers had a team-high six rebounds.

Oakley (3-5) is at Declo on Jan. 2.

----------------------------

Ambrose 37, Oakley 36

Ambrose 6 10 12 9 — 37

Oakley 9 11 10 6 — 36

AMBROSE (37) – Ethan Christianson 16, Stuart 4, Yenor 17.

OAKLEY (36) – Slater Sagers 4, Chandler Jones 4, Jake Pulispher 12, Caleb Arnell 4, Max Alves 2, Gannon Critchfield 10.

Twin Falls Christian Academy 72, Castleford 48

TWIN FALLS – Elijah Bolyard scored 30-plus points for the second straight night, this time in a nonconference win.

Bolyard followed up a 30-point, 10-rebound performance against Murtaugh with a dominant line on Tuesday: 31 points, eight assists, seven rebounds and six steals.

Kevin Wiest added 20 points for the Warriors (7-3), who host Jackpot (Nev.) on Jan. 9.

Kolby Taylor scored 18 points for Castleford (1-5), which hosts Shoshone on Jan. 3.

----------------------------

Twin Falls Christian Academy 72, Castleford 48

Castleford 10 12 16 10 — 48

TFCA 20 20 13 19 — 72

CASTLEFORD (48) – Shawn Poulsen 8, Manny Moreno 2, Justin Silveria 3, Rick Aguirre 7, Michael Rich 5, Carter Schilder 5, Kolby Taylor 18.

TFCA (72) – Joel Thompson 1, Brad Brander 9, Nathaniel Roberson 3, Joseph Keifer 8, Kevin Wiest 20, Elijah Bolyard 31.

0
0
0
0
0

Load comments