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Minico 84, Oakhill College (Australia) 41

RUPERT – The Spartans hosted a unique opponent Monday night, and they had no trouble rolling to a win.

Minico raced out to a 27-4 lead after one quarter and didn’t let up against Oakhill College, a prep school from Australia.

Oakhill has connections to Boise State (it was the high school rival of Nick Duncan, a former Broncos forward) and Vallivue High School, Minico coach Ty Shippen said. The school decided to play a handful of games in Idaho, and Minico made the list of opponents.

“They were really respectful, and they just enjoyed the game,” Shippen said. “It was a really cool atmosphere.”

Abe Guzman scored 15 points, Larry Vega and Regan Povlsen each scored 12 and Mason Harwood added 10 for the Spartans (4-1), who host Great Basin Conference foe Jerome on Wednesday.

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Minico 84, Oakhill College (Australia) 41

Oakhill 4 10 16 11 — 41

Minico 27 15 21 21 — 84

OAKHILL (41) – McCranor 7, Wehrmann 15, Mules 5, Ivati 5, Pappas 5, Paino 4.

MINICO (84) – Larry Vega 12, Regan Povlsen 12, Abe Guzman 15, Jacob Durrant 2, Jonathan Brumley 8, Kobe Matsen 9, Rylan Chandler 7, Brant Etherington 2, Tyler Munsee 7, Mason Harwood 10.

Girls basketball

Hagerman 48, Valley 46 (OT)

HAZELTON – The Pirates overcame a fourth quarter deficit and prevailed in overtime for a Snake River Conference win.

“The girls just had a lot of resilience,” Hagerman coach Derrick Lyons said. “They fought hard, proved they wanted to win.”

Alana Floyd scored a game-high 18 points, and Brenna Firth added 10 for Hagerman (6-3, 3-1), which plays at Shoshone on Thursday.

Katie Johnson scored 13 points, and Makenna Kohtz added 10 for Valley (4-6, 1-3), which plays at Oakley the same day.

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Hagerman 48, Valley 46 (OT)

Hagerman 9 12 13 10 4 — 48

Valley 11 14 14 5 2 — 46

HAGERMAN (48) – Brenna Firth 10, Elly Yore 1, Lizzy Scheller 7, Marina Acuna 2, Alana Floyd 18, Aubri Achabal 6, Tristyn Hulme 4.

VALLEY (46) – Katie Johnson 13, Broganne Mangum 8, Railey Hodges 2, Jaqueline Hernandez 6, Makenna Kohtz 10, Kelsey Henry 1, Bailey Stephens 4, Tory Lewis 2.

Dietrich 47, Lighthouse Christian 29

DIETRICH – The Blue Devils handled the No. 5-ranked Lions in their first counting North Side Conference game of the season.

“The girls played good defense,” Dietrich assistant coach John Howard said. “That was our key.”

Brianna Astle scored a team-high 13 points, and Quincie Christiansen and Caylee Dilworth each added 10 for Dietrich (6-2), which hosts Murtaugh on Friday.

Haylee Grossman scored a game-high 14 points for Lighthouse Christian (7-2), which plays at Camas County on Thursday.

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Dietrich 47, Lighthouse Christian 29

Lighthouse 7 7 6 9 — 29

Dietrich 14 12 9 12 — 47

LIGHTHOUSE (29) – Trudy Millekamp 3, Caitlyn Gaskill 5, Sabrina De Jong 3, Haylee Grossman 14, Mikayla Maxfield 4.

DIETRICH (47) – Cassie Berthelson 7, Brianna Astle 13, Caylee Dilworth 10, Jaxen Eggleston 7, Quincie Christiansen 10.

Twin Falls Christian Academy 45, Camas County 25

TWIN FALLS – The Warriors rolled past the Mushers Monday night.

Hailey Wiest scored 11 points, and Grace Miller added 10 for TFCA (5-2), which hosts Bliss on Thursday.

Samantha McFadyen scored 10 points for Camas County (0-6), which hosts Lighthouse Christian the same day.

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Twin Falls Christian Academy 45, Camas County 25

Camas County 6 5 5 9 — 25

TFCA 9 14 12 10 — 45

CAMAS COUNTY (25) – Ashylnn Whittle 7, Aisha Clarke 7, Megan Tews 1, Samantha McFadyen 10.

TFCA (45) – Victoria Glaze 9, Abbie Nedro 7, Hailey Wiest 11, Grace Miller 10, Rese Walker 8.

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