Wrestling

SPRING CREEK, Nev. — The Minico Spartans won the Spring Creek Kiwanis Invitational on Saturday, and they got a little revenge in the process.

Minico placed second at last week’s Buhl Invitational, falling 12 points short Spring Creek (Nev.). This weekend, in Spring Creek’s home gym, the Spartans took first place at the 29-team tournament. Spring Creek placed second and was 32 points behind Minico.

Minico’s Dallas Andrade took first place in the 132-pound weight class, and fellow senior Brian Borden won the 152-pound title. The Spartans also had two second-place finishers: Anthony Rawson (160 pounds) and Juan Ruiz (285).

But the difference, Minico head coach Boe Rushton said, came in the consolation bracket.

Ryeker Andersen (113 pounds), Dawson Osterhout (120), Tazyn Twiss (170) and Jade Barendregt (195) each won the third-place matches in their respective weight classes. Avery Stimpson (106), Zak Allred (120) and James Rydlach (152) each placed fourth.

Twin Falls’ Kase Mauger took first place in the 106-pound weight class, and fellow sophomore Cole Massey placed third in the 126-pound class.

Twin Falls finished ninth in the team standings, and Buhl was 15th.

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SPRING CREEK KIWANIS INVITATIONAL

Team scores: 1. Minico 256; 2. Spring Creek 224; 3. Lowry 178; 4. Caldwell 170.5; 5. Columbia 167; 6. Virgin Valley 130.5; 7. Churchill County 123; 8. Reno 110; 9. Twin Falls 105; 10. Battle Mountain 101; 11. Elko 98; 12. Reed 83.5; 13. Fernley 77.5; 14. North Valley 74; 15. Buhl 72; 16. Yerington 70.5; 17. Pershing County 69; 18. Sparks 60; 19. Douglas 47; 20. Galena 45; 21. Wooster 42; 22. Bishop Manogue; 23. Hug 31; 24. Dayton 12; T25. Eureka 10; T25. Tonopah 10; 27. Wells 5; 28. Independence 5; 29. Owyhee 0

Jerome performs well at Madison Invite

REXBURG — Jerome placed fourth as a team and had a pair of individual winners at this weekend’s Madison Invitational.

Tigers freshman Gabriel Toboa pinned North Fremont’s Kohl Nielson to take first place in the 106-pound weight class, and junior Ezekial Williamson pinned Blackfoot’s Boeden Bassett for the 152-pound crown.

Elsewhere for Jerome, junior Jakob Murillo placed second in the 145-pound weight class, senior Dylan Schvaneveldt took second at 170, Peyton Ringling was third at 138, Fernando Luna was third at 220 and Adrian Mendez was fourth at 113.

Jerome finished with a score of 150.5, 49 short of tournament winner Sugar-Salem. Burley placed 17th in the 19-team field.

Boys basketball

Dietrich 55, Declo 54

DIETRICH — The 1A Division II Blue Devils avenged their Dec. 16 loss to the 2A Hornets with a tight victory on Saturday.

“It was a really solid game,” Dietrich coach Wayne Dill said. “We’re getting young guys maturing and older guys stepping up. It’s the right time of year to do that.”

Dietrich is ranked No. 1 in the latest 1A-DII state media poll, and Declo is No. 4 in 2A. The Dec. 16 loss at Declo is the Dietrich’s only blemish so far this season.

Slade Dill had 21 points and 10 rebounds, Kade Shaw had 13 points and Lon Page chipped in 11 points and six rebounds for the Blue Devils (10-1), who play at Richfield on Wednesday.

Trey Smyer scored 21 points, and Bart Gibby added 14 for the Hornets (10-3), who host Kimberly on Wednesday.

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Dietrich 55, Declo 54

Declo 11 19 10 14 — 54

Dietrich 13 14 13 15 — 55

DECLO (54) — Keegan Duncan 8, Trey Smyer 21, Tyson Ramsey 2, Tyler Andersen 3, Garrett Darrington 2, Bart Gibby 14, Richard Robertson 4.

DIETRICH (55) — Tel Shaw 3, Brady Power 2, Reygn Robertson 5, Kade Shaw 13, Slade Dill 21, Lon Page 11.

Century 60, Jerome 33

JEROME — The Diamondbacks rolled over the Tigers for nonconference 4A win.

“Big letdown after a really solid week of basketball for us,” Jerome coach Joe Messick said. “We were a step slow, a bit sluggish, and the ball didn’t go in the hole.”

Cole Baker and James Slone each scored 10 points for Jerome (5-9), which hosts Twin Falls on Wednesday.

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Century 60, Jerome 33

Century 13 18 19 10 — 60

Jerome 6 6 15 6 — 33

CENTURY (60) — Williams 2, Harwell 20, Oryna 10, Tallon 2, Adamson 14, Haines 9, Fleischmann 3.

JEROME (33) — Austin Bell 2, Garrett Elison 3, Anikin Hernandez 6, James Slone 10, Jordin Myers 2, Cole Baker 10.

Snake River 54, Filer 35

FILER — The No. 1-ranked Panthers handled the Wildcats in a nonconference 3A game. No other details were available.

Girls basketball

Filer 55, Wendell 42

FILER — The 3A Wildcats pulled away from the 2A Trojans in the second half to earn a win Saturday night.

Ella Fischer scored 13 points for Filer (4-12), which plays at Kimberly on Tuesday.

Rylee Dunn scored 13 points, and Robin Moreno added 10 for Wendell (4-12), which plays at Canyon Conference foe Declo on Tuesday.

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Filer 55, Wendell 42

Wendell 10 11 9 12 — 42

Filer 13 11 15 16 — 55

WENDELL (42) — Rylee Dunn 13, Stevie Torres 3, Olivia Gines 5, Robin Moreno 10, Nadia Guadarrama 3, Aspen Stinemates 1, Jackie Hollenbeck 7.

FILER (55) — Kori Gartner 1, Kelsie Snyder 5, Katlin Porter 8, Jailyn Gartner 9, Colbie Kliegl 4, Fallon Stoddard 2, Aspen Ryan 4, Ella Fischer 13, Haven Jones 6, Kynlee Thornton 3.

Snake River 68, Kimberly 33

MORELAND — The Panthers rolled to a nonconference 3A win on Saturday.

Josie Schmitz scored 12 points for the Bulldogs (9-9), who host Filer on Tuesday.

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Snake River 68, Kimberly 33

Kimberly 14 6 8 5 — 33

Snake River 20 15 19 14 — 68

KIMBERLY (33) — Brinley Humphreys 1, Annie Walker 15, Josie Schmitz 12, Demee Rosenkrance 4, Jesse Wadsworth 1.

SNAKE RIVER (68) — Higginson 21, Steadman 15, Campbell 2, Morgan 22, Martin 2, Harper 6.

Dietrich 55, Declo 43

DIETRICH — A hot start and a strong third quarter led the Blue Devils to a nonconference win.

Dietrich led 13-4 after one quarter and outscored Declo 17-8 in the third.

Quincie Christiansen scored 13 points, while Cassie Berthelson and Jaxen Eggleston each added 10 for the Blue Devils (10-3), who play at Richfield on Tuesday.

Maddie Ramsey scored 13 points for the Hornets (6-8), who will go for a season sweep of Canyon Conference foe Wendell on Tuesday at home.

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Dietrich 55, Declo 43

Declo 4 17 8 14 — 43

Dietrich 13 11 17 14 — 55

DECLO (43) — Maddie Ramsey 13, Kelly Montoya 8, Maddie Matthews 8, Kamree Williams 2, Jaesa Fox 8, Sydney Ramsey 4.

DIETRICH (55) — Madison Christiansen 3, KayLee Hendrix 7, Cassie Berthelson 10, Bailey Hubert 2, Brianna Astle 4, Caylee Dilworth 4, Jaxen Eggleston 10, Quincie Christiansen 13.

Oakley 53, Carey 28

OAKLEY — The Hornets handled the Panthers for a nonconference win.

Brittany Hardy scored 17 points, Makinlee Cranney had 11 and Rachael Mitton added 10 for Oakley (15-0), which hosts rival Raft River on Wednesday.

Kylie Wood scored 11 points for Carey (8-7), which plays at Hansen on Thursday.

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Oakley 53, Carey 28

Carey 7 7 5 9 — 28

Oakley 15 6 20 12 — 53

CAREY (28) — Lindsey Morey 4, Shantell Chavez 4, Rylee Smith 3, Athana Versis 2, Kylie Wood 11, Kodi Green 4.

OAKLEY (53) — Brittany Hardy 17, Brynn Westover 7, Blakely Payton 3, Mallory Beck 5, Makinlee Cranney 11, Rachael Mitton 10.

Hansen 38, Richfield 28

RICHFIELD — The Huskies outscored the Tigers 17-5 in the fourth quarter to pull off the comeback North Side Conference victory.

Hansen shot 10-of-14 from the free-throw line, and Richfield went 2-of-13.

“Free throws were definitely the difference in the game,” Richfield coach Buck Hendren said. “They got a couple easy baskets, we panicked a little bit and that was it.”

Haylee Pittman scored a game-high 13 points for Hansen (9-6, 3-1), which hosts Lighthouse Christian on Tuesday.

Randa Allen scored nine points for Richfield (3-12, 1-3), which hosts Dietrich the same day.

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Hansen 38, Richfield 28

Hansen 4 6 11 17 — 38

Richfield 5 7 11 5 — 28

HANSEN (38) — Kendy Kenney 4, Amy Lasso 1, Adrianna Mireles 3, Neilani McDaniel 6, Haylee Pittman 13, Cassie Gibson 1, Shyla Brown 4, Yolanda Alaniz 4.

RICHFIELD (28) — Serena Kent 2, Shelby Buckner 2, Kyndyl Allen 6, Emilee Prologo 5, Sydney Wacht 4, Randa Allen 9.

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