Burley vs. Jerome girls soccer (copy)

Burley senior Katie Holt, left, and Jerome freshman Makali Nance, right, react as they both attempt to head the ball Thursday, Oct. 6, 2016, at Jerome High School.

PAT SUTPHIN, TIMES-NEWS FILE PHOTO

Girls soccer

Jerome 3, Burley 2

BURLEY – A penalty kick by Kimberly Castillo in the final five minutes of the game gave the Tigers a Great Basin Conference win.

Castillo also scored Jerome’s only goal in the first half, which ended in a 1-1 tie. The Bobcats took a 2-1 lead, but Jerome’s Makali Nance tied it up midway through the second half.

“We played pretty well,” Jerome coach Robert Garcia said. “We were just trying to get used to that soccer field because it was on turf.”

Jerome (2-3, 2-2) next hosts Hillcrest on Friday, while Burley (1-5, 1-3) hosts Century on Saturday.

Wood River 10, Minico 1

RUPERT – The Wolverines improved to 3-1 in Great Basin Conference play with a dominant road win on Wednesday.

Wood River led 6-0 at halftime. No other details were available.

Wood River (4-1) next plays at Rigby on Friday, while Minico (0-7, 0-4) hosts Rigby on Saturday.

Boys soccer

Wood River 7, Minico 0

HAILEY – The Wolverines pounded the Spartans to remain undefeated in Great Basin Conference play.

Rafael Munoz scored two goals, and five other Wolverines scored one goal apiece – Lucas Beste, Jovany Armenta, Tiernan Naghsh, Jose Quinones and Audari Tamayo. Beste, Alonzo Estrada, Taylor Koth, Kevin Montez and Edgar Salamanca dished out assists.

Wood River (5-1, 4-0) next hosts Madison on Saturday, while Minico (2-5, 0-4) plays at Rigby the same day.

Volleyball

Kimberly 3, Shelley 1

KIMBERLY – The Bulldogs avenged a season-opening loss to Shelley with a 25-14, 25-14, 23-25, 25-22 win over the Russets on Wednesday.

Kimberly coach Lawrence Pfefferle said the final two sets reminded him of the last few sets in the first match against Shelley, who won 3-2 on August 24.

“We had a little slump in the third set, and we came back and played well when we had to in the fourth set,” Pfefferle said of Wednesday’s match.

Desi Overacre had 13 kills, Demme Rosenkrance had 25 digs and Paydon Morrissey had three blocks for the Bulldogs (5-4), who next play at the Twin Falls Tournament on Saturday.

Filer 3, Wendell 0

FILER – The Wildcats dominated the Trojans for a nonconference win Wednesday.

Filer swept Wendell 25-5, 25-15, 25-8.

Jailyn Gartner had seven kills and 12 assists, Abee Bandy had seven kills and Kelsie Snyder had 8 digs for the Wildcats, who next play at the Twin Falls Tournament on Saturday.

Wendell plays at Gooding on Thursday.

Shoshone 3, Raft River 0

MALTA – The Indians ended their recent skid with a win over the Trojans Wednesday in both teams’ conference opener.

Shoshone cruised 25-12, 25-15, 25-9.

“It was a good win for us coming off a three-game losing streak,” Shoshone coach Melissa Martin said. “It was good to hopefully get us back on track.”

Cierra Hennings had 10 digs, and Monce Rivas had seven kills for the Indians (2-3), who next host Hagerman on Thursday.

Raft River (0-3) plays at rival Oakley the same day.

Lighthouse Christian 3, Hagerman 1

TWIN FALLS – The Lions got a test from the Pirates but ultimately prevailed 25-17, 22-25, 25-20, 25-13 for a nonconference win.

“Lighthouse always comes in with a lot of confidence, and that can be intimidating,” Hagerman coach Katie Knight said. “We got a little ahead of ourselves.”

Tristyn Hulme had eight kills and four blocks, Teresa Daily had 10 digs and Elly Yore had 10 digs, seven kills and four blocks for the Pirates (2-2), who next play at Shoshone on Thursday.

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Lighthouse (4-0) hosts Castleford on Tuesday.

Challis 2, Carey 0; Carey 2, Mackay 0

CAREY – The Panthers split a pair of nonconference contests at Wednesday’s home tri-match.

Carey lost to Challis 17-25, 19-25 but beat Mackay 25-21 and 26-24.

“A few missed digs and a few things against Challis, just a little bit slow-moving,” Carey coach Kathy Whitworth said. “We finally started to click against Mackay.”

Over the course of both matches, Shantell Chavez had 16 kills and three aces, Rylee Smith had 12 kills and two blocks and Kylie Wood had 34 assists. Lindsey Morey had 16 digs and three aces against Challis.

Carey (4-4) next plays Monday against Shoshone and Glenns Ferry at Shoshone.

Golf

JEROME – Rosemary Anderson took home first gross in the championship flight of the 2017 Ladies Eclectic Invitational at Jerome Country Club. Lauralee Ericson won first net with a score of 61. Joyce Westfall was most improved, as she improved 16 shots.

In first flight, Kathy Hanchett won first gross with an 85. Shanon Keyes won first net with a score of 63.

In second flight, Tamara Yost shot an 85 to win first gross. Mary Lu shot a 56 to win first net. Ellen Huettig improved 18 shots to win most improved.

In third flight, Helen Lickley shot a 97 to win first gross. Janie Palmer shot a 63 to win first net. Betty Manning improved 14 shots.

Trap shoot

Fall Trap League first match

Team scores: Burley Bobcats 85, Oakley Trouble Shooters 84, Sawtooth Clay Dusters 83, Minico Spartans 81

Burley: Jared Crane 23, Quinton Jones 23, Broc Bloxham 21, Nate Mort 18

Minico: Ethan Ashcraft 21, Garrett West 21

Oakley: Jaxon Douglas 23, Kyle Loyd 22, Clay Douglas 20, Jaden Poulton 19

Sawtooth: Jake Simon 22, Warren Loving 21, Max Albright 20, Sidney Tomlinson 20

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