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Oakley 34, Shoshone 17

OAKLEY – Rachael Mitton nearly outscored the Indians by herself, finishing with 16 to keep the Hornets undefeated.

Both teams were undefeated overall and 3-0 in the Snake River Conference going into the game.

Brittany Hardy added 12 points for Oakley (7-0, 4-0), which hosts Castleford on Tuesday.

Shoshone (7-1, 3-1) plays at Carey the same day.

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Oakley 34, Shoshone 17

Shoshone 6 4 0 7 — 17

Oakley 10 9 10 5 — 34

SHOSHONE (17) – Patti Fitzgerald 3, Bailee Owens 4, Cierra Hennings 2, Monce Rivas 6, Ari Regalado 2.

OAKLEY (34) – Brittany Hardy 12, Mallory Beck 3, Makinlee Cranney 3, Rachael Mitton 16.

Jerome 45, Kimberly 27

KIMBERLY – An 8-0 first quarter propelled the 4A Tigers to a road win over the 3A Bulldogs.

“We just didn’t show up,” Kimberly coach Stanley Watts said. “We didn’t come out and play at all.”

Jerome shot 19-of-36 (52.8 percent) from the field, and Kimberly went 12-of-41 (29.3 percent).

Jordan Hill scored a game-high 12 points (6-of-7 from the field) for Jerome (3-4), which plays at Canyon Ridge on Thursday.

Josie Schmitz scored nine points for Kimberly (6-3), which plays at Buhl on Wednesday.

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Jerome 45, Kimberly 27

Jerome 8 15 8 14 — 45

Kimberly 0 10 6 11 — 27

JEROME (45) – Jordan Hill 12, Abriana Hurtado 8, Amaya Thomas 2, Sadie Lott 2, Tiffani Warren 2, Nicole Cook 5, Mercedes Bell 4, Gracie Andersen 4, Chyanna Myers 4, Kailey Harrison 2.

KIMBERLY (27) – Brinley Humphreys 4, Annie Walker 2, Meg Walker 2, Jill Russell 2, Josie Schmitz 9, Demee Rosenkrance 2, Ellery Johnson 2, Jesse Wadsworth 4.

Wendell 58, Hagerman 52

WENDELL – Robin Moreno scored a game-high 15 points to lead the 2A Trojans to a win over the 1A Division I Pirates.

Rylee Dunn scored 13 points, and Olivia Gines added 11 for Wendell (3-4), which hosts Buhl on Tuesday.

Elly Yore scored 14 points, Tristyn Hulme had 13 points and nine rebounds, Alana Floyd scored 10 points and Aubri Achabal added six points and 10 rebounds for Hagerman (5-3), which hosts Valley on Monday.

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Wendell 58, Hagerman 52

Hagerman 9 12 17 14 — 52

Wendell 19 6 15 18 — 58

HAGERMAN (52) – Brenna Firth 6, Elly Yore 14, Lizzy Scheller 3, Alana Floyd 10, Aubri Achabal 6, Tristyn Hulme 13.

WENDELL (58) – Stevie Torres 4, Rylee Dunn 13, Olivia Gines 11, Robin Moreno 15, Aspen Stinemates 7, Faith Mabey 4, Jackie Hollenbeck 6.

Raft River 35, Richfield 28

RICHFIELD – The Trojans pulled away from the Tigers in the second half for a nonconference win.

“We missed three shots under the basket to start the second half,” Richfield coach Buck Hendren said. “They kept playing how they were playing, and that was it. Game over.”

Amanda Carpenter scored a game-high 11 points for Raft River (2-7), which hosts Glenns Ferry on Tuesday.

Shelby Buckner scored nine points for Richfield (2-6), which plays at Murtaugh the same day.

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Raft River 35, Richfield 28

Raft River 8 12 9 6 — 35

Richfield 11 9 4 4 — 28

RAFT RIVER (35) – Ashlin Hansen 2, Jessi Ward 8, Carlee Boden 1, Amanda Carpenter 11, Audah Jones 8, Kassi Warr 5.

RICHFIELD (28) – Serena Kent 5, Shelby Buckner 9, Ashley Telford 4, Emilee Prologo 4, Kydnyl Allen 6.

Boys basketball

Middleton 61, Minico 59

MIDDLETON – The Spartans fought back from an early deficit but ultimately dropped their first game of the season in Saturday’s 4A nonconference road game.

“It was uphill all of the way,” Minico coach Ty Shippen said. “We needed about 30 more seconds.”

Shippen said Middleton shot 19-of-31 from the free-throw line, and Minico starters Larry Vega and Kobe Matsen fouled out.

Matsen scored 16 points, Kasen Carpenter scored 12 and Tyler Munsee added 11 for the Spartans (3-1), who host Oakhill College, a private high school from Australia, on Monday.

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Middleton 61, Minico 59

Minico 9 18 10 22 — 59

Middleton 17 17 9 18 — 61

MINICO (59) – Larry Vega 8, Regan Povlsen 1, Abe Guzman 3, Kasen Carpenter 12, Kobe Matsen 16, Rylan Chandler 6, Tyler Munzee 11.

MIDDLETON (61) – No details available

Bonneville 59, Twin Falls 46

TWIN FALLS – The 4A Bruins fell to the 5A Bees Saturday night at home.

Mitchell Brizee scored 10 points for Twin Falls (1-4), which plays at the Preston Tournament next weekend. The Bruins take on host Preston, the two-time defending 4A state champion, on Thursday to open the tournament.

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Bonneville 59, Twin Falls 46

Bonneville 18 9 16 16 — 59

Twin Falls 18 4 14 10 — 46

BONNEVILLE (59) – Biggs 5, Hostert 7, Cook 3, Rihari 12, Cooper 11, Howell 2, Judy 11, Trane 8.

TWIN Falls (46) – Winston Duggan 6, Faust Ystueta 2, Gage Plew 4, Lucas Young 7, Wyatt Haszier 7, Ryan Ball 8, Hudson Klundt 2, Mitchell Brizee 10.

Snake River 57, Buhl 37

MORELAND – Snake River, the No. 1-ranked 3A team in the state media poll, rolled to a nonconference home win on Saturday.

Buhl shot 14-of-44 (31.8 percent) from the field, 6-of-23 (26.1 percent) from 3-point range and 3-of-12 (25 percent) from the free-throw line.

Payton Rodig had nine points (4-of-9 from the field) and eight rebounds, and Adam Lauda added seven points (3-of-7) and eight rebounds for the Indians (1-4), who host American Falls on Tuesday.

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Snake River 57, Buhl 37

Buhl 12 7 9 9 — 37

Snake River 11 19 12 15 — 57

BUHL (37) – Adam Lauda 7, Jaxon Tews 3, Payton Rodig 9, Carter Kelsey 6, Garrett Bowman 7, Jade Juker 2, Preston Ray 3.

SNAKE RIVER (57) – Matt Krael 5, Kade Mortensen 1, Carson Dance 12, Coby Young 20, Creighton McCraw 4, Clancy Thomas 10, Porter Albertson 5.

Dietrich 61, Glenns Ferry 52

DIETRICH – A 22-4 third quarter rescued the Blue Devils from a 34-24 halftime deficit and improved their record to 3-0.

“It was night and day, two totally different teams in each half,” Dietrich coach Wayne Dill said.

Kade Shaw scored a game-high 25 points, Slade Dill had 14 and Lon Page added 12 for Dietrich, which hosts Raft River on Wednesday.

Wacey Williams scored 20 points, Carson Grigg had 15 and Kody Henslee added 10 for Glenns Ferry (2-3), which plays at the Wilder Tournament next weekend.

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Dietrich 61, Glenns Ferry 52

Glenns Ferry 17 17 4 14 — 52

Dietrich 15 9 22 15 — 61

GLENNS FERRY (52) – Wacey Williams 20, Diego Gutierrez 5, Shaye Grisham 2, Carson Grigg 15, Kody Henslee 10.

DIETRICH (61) – Shane VanTassell 2, Raygn Robertson 8, Kade Shaw 25, Slade Dill 14, Lon Page 12.

Hansen 61, Raft River 50

HANSEN – Kaedyn Hancock’s huge night lifted the Huskies to their first win over the season.

Hancock scored a game-high 20 points, grabbed 12 rebounds, blocks eight shots and dished out three assists.

Paxton Stimpson had 18 points, and Chase Ellison added 11 for Hansen (1-3), which hosts Jackpot (Nev.) on Tuesday.

Rylee Spencer scored 13 points, and Keegan Chatburn and Justin Schumann each added 10 for the Trojans (2-2), who play at Dietrich on Wednesday.

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Hansen 61, Raft River 50

Raft River 13 5 14 18 — 50

Hansen 11 11 14 25 — 61

RAFT RIVER (50) – Keegan Chatburn 10, Chris Harper 7, Rylee Spencer 13, Justin Schumann 10, Braxton Poole 8, Christian Lloyd 2.

HANSEN (61) – Luis Arevalo 6, Paxton Stimpson 18, Chase Ellison 11, Johnathan Camarillo 6, Kaedyn Hancock 20.

Wilder 45, Oakley 41

OAKLEY — A 15-5 second quarter helped Wilder beat the Hornets Saturday at the Small School Showcase at Mountain View High School in Meridian.

Gannon Critchfield scored a game-high 19 points, and Jayden Palmer added 10 for Oakley (2-3), which plays at Hagerman on Tuesday.

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Wilder 45, Oakley 41

Wilder 10 15 10 10 — 45

Oakley 9 5 11 15 — 41

WILDER (45) — Martinez 2, Vargas 13, Renteria 4, E. Aguilar 2, C. Aguilar 3, Cortez 8, Gonzalez 10, Aguilera 3.

OAKLEY (41) — Chandler Jones 9, Jayden Palmer 11, Max Alves 1, Gannon Critchfield 19, Braven Wadsworth 1.

Liberty Charter 55, Shoshone 35

SHOSHONE — The Indians fell at the Small School Showcase in Meridian Saturday afternoon. No other details were available.

Shoshone (2-2) plays at Carey on Tuesday.

Late Friday

Girls basketball

Hansen 44, Castleford 34

CASTLEFORD — The Huskies opened North Side Conference play with a win Friday night.

Kendy Kenny scored a game-high 13 points for Hansen (4-4), which hosts Richfield on Wednesday.

Alondra River scored 12 points, and Maddy March added 11 for Castleford (0-7), which plays at Oakley on Tuesday.

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Hansen 44, Castleford 34

Hansen 10 12 11 11 — 44

Castleford 6 7 10 11 — 34

Hansen (44) — Kendy Kenney 13, Amy Lasso 4, Adrianna Mireles 2, Neilani McDaniel 3, Haylee Pittman 2, Cassie Gibson 8, Rakel Williams 2, Shyla Brown 7, Yolanda Alaniz 3.

Castleford (34) — Valeria Cardona 4, Alondra Rivera 12, Julia Lilly 2, Brenda Maya 1, Maddy March 11, Grace Loman 3, Zailee Poulson 1.

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