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Buhl Invitational

BUHL — Minico came up just short at the 44th Buhl Invitational, falling to Spring Creek (Nev.).

It was the first invitational loss for the Spartans, who won the Tim Matthews Invitational in Jerome and the Wiley Dobbs Invitational at Canyon Ridge earlier this season.

A few Minico wrestlers won their respective weight classes, including Dallas Andrade, who faced Canyon Ridge’s Braeden Dickinson for the third straight time in a 132-pound weight class final in an invitational. Andrade won the match in an 8-3 decision, his second straight victory against Dickinson.

Minico’s Brian Borden defeated the previously unbeaten Rustin Rinderknecht of Ririe, cruising to a 13-3 major decision in the 152-pound final. Anthony Rawson followed his teammate up in the 160-pound final with a 9-2 decision over Parma’s Jesse Camancho, previously 7-0.

No other local wrestlers won their respective weight classes, but a few made it to the final match: Kade Orr (106 pounds) and Theron Christensen (182) of Buhl; Zak Allred (120) and Juan Ruiz (285) of Minico; and Tyler Mabey (220) of Burley.

Team scores: 1. Spring Creek, 214.5. 2. Minico, 192.5. 3. Sugar-Salem, 168.0. T4. Jerome, 90.0. T4. Mountain Home, 90.0. 6. South Fremont, 89.0. 7. Buhl, 85.0. 8. Snake River, 81.0. 9. Emmett, 71.5. 10. Salmon, 68.0. 11. Century, 67.0. 12. Teton, 62.0. 13. Challis, 61.0. 14. North Fremont, 60.5. 15. Ririe, 58.0. 16. Battle Mountain, 50.0. 17. Parma, 46.0. 18. Declo, 39.0. 19. Kimberly, 38.5. 20. Canyon Ridge, 36.0. 21. Burley, 33.0. T22. Elko, 30.0. T22. Marsh Valley, 30.0. 24. Wendell, 20.0. T25. Gooding, 18.0. T25. Raft River, 18.0. T27. Glenns Ferry, 11.0. T27. Oakley, 11.0. 29. Filer, 7.0.

Rollie Lane Invitational

NAMPA — Two local wrestlers lost their undefeated seasons in first-place matches at the Rollie Lane Invitational.

Kase Mauger of Twin Falls finished second in the 106-pound weight class, falling in a 12-3 major decision to Hunter Mode of Crook County (Ore.).

Jake McGinnis of Gooding also earned runner-up honors in his match against George Barrera of Borah for the 285-pound final. He lost in a 3-1 decision.

Twin Falls fielded nine wrestlers and finished 23rd out of 61 teams in the invitational. McGinnis was the lone wrestler for Gooding.

Boys basketball

Filer 41, Declo 36

FILER — The Wildcats jumped out to a 12-3 lead in the first quarter and held on for a win at home.

Nick Meyerhoffer led Filer with 17 points.

Both teams travel to Wendell next week: Filer (6-3, 1-0) on Wednesday and Declo (9-2) on Tuesday.

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Filer 41, Declo 36

Declo 3 13 10 10 — 36

Filer 12 12 9 8 — 41

DECLO (36) — No details available.

FILER (41) — Nick Hale 5, Nick Meyerhoffer 17, Josh Hughes 2, Kaden Peron 9, Miguel Perez 3, Ashton Karel 3, Joe Barnes 2.

Sugar-Salem 60, Gooding 34

SUGAR CITY — The Senators were blown out by the defending 3A state champion Diggers.

Gooding (0-8) hosts American Falls on Tuesday.

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Sugar-Salem 60, Gooding 34

Gooding 4 11 15 6 — 34

Sugar-Salem 13 21 5 21 — 60

GOODING (34) — Shane Jennings 4, Cody Faulkner 7, Logan Strom 5, Shawn Pamplona 8, TJ Russell 5, Cayden Loveland 5.

SUGAR-SALEM (60) — Simeon Rydalch 4, Dan Shirley 7, Curtis Drake 6, Travis Schwendiman 9, Hadley Miller 9, Chandler Pincock 14, Tanner Harris 1, Pasen Michaelson 4, Brysen Barr 2, Kyler Handy 4.

Dietrich 56, Valley 55

DIETRICH — The Blue Devils edged the Vikings in a game that Dietrich head coach Wayne Dill thought could have two winners.

“It’s just a shame either team had to lose that game,” he said. “It was just really well-fought and we got them at the end.”

Slade Dill recorded another double-double with 19 points and 13 rebounds. Lon Page came close to one of his own with 13 points and nine rebounds.

Zane Mussman of Valley led the game with 20 points.

The win moves the Blue Devils to 8-1 (2-0 in conference) before they travel to Castleford on Thursday. Valley (7-3, 3-0) will return home against Hagerman on Wednesday.

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Dietrich 56, Valley 55

Valley 21 15 13 6 — 55

Dietrich 21 12 15 8 — 56

VALLEY (55) — Jason Hardy 7, Adam Elorrieta 4, Ben Christensen 10, Eddy Cano 1, Nic Anderson 4, Alex Korom 9, Zane Mussman 20.

DIETRICH (56) — Tel Shaw 2, Shane VanTassell 2, Raygn Robertson 6, Kade Shaw 12, Slade Dill 19, Lon Page 13, Andy Power 2.

Girls basketball

Wood River 46, Kimberly 37

HAILEY — A 16-4 fourth quarter propelled the 4A Wolverines over the 3A Bulldogs.

“We changed up our defense a little in the fourth quarter, and it seemed to change the pace of the game,” Wood River coach JC Nemecek said.

Hailey Bjorkman and Payson Bennett each scored eight points for Wood River (4-9), which plays at Twin Falls on Wednesday.

Josie Schmitz scored a game-high 14 points for Kimberly (8-7), which hosts Buhl on Thursday.

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Wood River 46, Kimberly 37

Kimberly 13 9 11 4 — 37

Wood River 11 9 10 16 — 46

KIMBERLY (37) – Brinley Humphries 2, Annie Walker 5, Meg Walker 6, Josie Schmitz 14, Demee Rosenkrance 3, Hailey Chapa 4, Jesse Wadsworth 3.

WOOD RIVER (46) – Torie King 5, Luci Cuellar 2, Sariah Nilsen 4, Grace Parke 4, Emma Flolo 1, Patrea Topp 7, Payson Bennett 8, Hailey Bjorkman 8, Audra Mary 7.

Logan (Utah) 65, Jerome 52

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LOGAN, Utah – The Tigers led by two through two quarters, but a 41-27 second half lifted Logan.

“This was probably the best game we played in a little while,” Jerome coach Jeremy Munroe said. “It was just a good effort.”

Jordan Hill scored 10 points for the Tigers (5-1), who host Minico on Wednesday.

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Logan (Utah) 65, Jerome 52

Jerome 15 10 10 17 — 52

Logan 13 11 19 22 — 65

JEROME (52) – Amaya Thomas 2, Tiffani Warren 8, Grace Capps 4, Nicole Cook 8, Mercedes Bell 9, Gracie Andersen 2, Jordan Hill 10, Chyanna Meyers 5, Kailey Harrison 3.

Oakley 59, Glenns Ferry 35

GLENNS FERRY — Oakley stayed undefeated with a win at Glenns Ferry, led by Makinlee Cranney.

Cranney scored 23 points on the night, including a 4-for-7 performance from 3-point range.

Oakley head coach Matt Payton said that given the circumstances, his team played very well.

“Coming off of Christmas break with a long road trip is never easy, so overall I’m pleased with how the girls performed,” he said.

Oakley (12-0, 6-0) will host Wendell on Monday. Glenns Ferry (5-10, 0-7) will host Hagerman on Thursday.

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Oakley 59, Glenns Ferry 35

Oakley 19 11 16 13 — 59

Glenns Ferry 16 6 3 10 — 35

OAKLEY (59) — Brittany Hardy 10, Brynn Westover 8, Liz Hardy 2, Mallory Beck 2, Makinlee Cranney 23, Rachael Mitton 14.

GLENNS FERRY (35) — MaKenna Hedelius 6, Luisa Garcia 7, Sage Wootan 9, Hannah Hedelius 2, Fabby Arevalo 8, Lizbeth Duarte 4.

Shoshone 29, Hansen 24

HANSEN – The Indians squeaked past the Huskies for a nonconference win.

Yolanda Alaniz scored a game-high seven points for Hansen (7-6), which plays at Murtaugh on Tuesday.

Shoshone (13-1) hosts undefeated conference foe Oakley on Thursday. The Indians’ only loss this season was to the Hornets.

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Shoshone 29, Hansen 24

Shoshone 3 11 8 7 — 29

Hansen 7 7 6 4 — 24

SHOSHONE (29) – Patti Fitzgerald 2, Bryanna Perry 6, Bailee Owens 6, Cierra Hennings 6, Monce Rivas 4, Ari Regalado 5.

HANSEN (24) – Kendy Kenney 6, Adriana Mireles 2, Haylee Pittman 6, Rakel Williams 1, Shyla Brown 2, Yolanda Alaniz 7.

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