Magic Valley Holiday Classic Jerome Vs. Filer

Jerome's Jordin Myers gives his teammate Tyler Cook (22) five during the Magic Valley Holiday Classic tournament Tuesday, Dec. 20, 2016, at Jerome High School.

DREW NASH, TIMES-NEWS FILE PHOTO

Boys basketball

Jerome 64, Canyon Ridge 62

TWIN FALLS — Jordin Myers hit a buzzer-beater to lift the Tigers to a Great Basin Conference win.

Jerome ran an out-of-bounds play with 1.1 seconds left, and Myers got open for a midrange jumper. The shot gapped a 20-8 fourth quarter for Jerome.

Cole Baker scored 18 points, Austin Bell had 13 and James Slone added 10 for the Tigers (5-8, 2-2), who host Century on Saturday.

Hudson Pierce scored 19 points, and Derek Clark added 11 for the Riverhawks (5-8, 1-3), who host Minico on Tuesday.

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Jerome 64, Canyon Ridge 62

Jerome 15 12 17 20 — 64

Canyon Ridge 12 16 21 8 — 62

JEROME (64) — David Lloyd 6, Austin Bell 13, Brandon Wright 3, Anikin Hernandez 9, James Slone 10, Jordin Myers 5, Cole Baker 18.

CANYON RIDGE (62) — Hudson Pierce 19, Avery Rambur 8, Logan Ahlquist 6, Derek Clark 11, Jaymund Dyer 9, Brendyn Milligan 2, Luke Teske 2, Louie Cresto 5.

Burley 63, Twin Falls 59 (OT)

TWIN FALLS — The Bobcats staved off a Twin Falls comeback and prevailed in overtime for a Great Basin Conference win.

Burley led 29-21 at halftime, but the Bruins didn’t go away.

Ryan Bagley scored a game-high 23 points, Jace Whiting had 15 and Andrew Ferrin added 13 for the Bobcats (9-3, 4-0), who host Wood River on Wednesday.

Ryan Ball scored 13 points, Faust Ystueta scored 12, Mitchell Brizee had 11 and Winston Duggan added 10 for Twin Falls (6-7, 3-1), which plays at Jerome the same day.

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Burley 63, Twin Falls 59 (OT)

Burley 16 13 15 10 9 — 63

Twin Falls 10 11 19 14 5 — 59

BURLEY (63) — Brock Whitaker 2, Andrew Ferrin 13, Ethan Gibbons 2, Ryan Bagley 23, Jace Whiting 15, Jackson Hill 8.

TWIN FALLS (59) — Winston Duggan 10, Faust Ystueta 12, Gage Plew 5, Collin Aardema 6, Ryan Ball 13, Hudson Klundt 2, Mitchell Brizee 11.

Minico 58, Wood River 37

HAILEY — The Spartans rebounded from a slow start to earn a Great Basin Conference win.

Minico fell behind 12-7 after one quarter, but a 22-5 second quarter and a 21-12 third helped them erase the deficit and pull away.

“We started to get into a flow and a rhythm,” Minico coach Ty Shippen said.

Brant Etherington scored a game-high 14 points, and Kasen Carpenter added 13 for the Spartans (9-5, 2-2), who host Canyon Ridge on Tuesday.

Johnny Radford scored nine points for the Wolverines (2-10, 0-4), who play at Gooding on Saturday.

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Minico 58, Wood River 37

Minico 7 22 21 8 — 58

Wood River 12 5 12 8 — 37

MINICO (58) — Regen Povlsen 5, Abe Guzman 8, Kasen Carpenter 13, Jonathan Brumley 6, Rylan Chandler 2, Brant Etherington 14, Tyler Munsee 8, Mason Harwood 2.

WOOD RIVER (37) — Canyon MacDonald 1, Brayden Olson 6, Johnny Radford 9, Brandon Scott 6, Christian Bothwell 4, Levi Newhouse 6, Colten Weatherly 5.

Dietrich 83, Castleford 44

DIETRICH — Dietrich senior Slade Dill finished with a double-double of 24 points and 14 rebounds as the Blue Devils moved to 3-0 in the North Side Conference and 9-1 overall with the win over the Wolves.

Senior Kade Shaw followed with 15 points, and freshman Brady Power added 10 for Dietrich. Kolby Taylor was the leading scorer for Castleford with 12 points, and Shawn Poulson had 10.

“We were pleased with how everyone was focused and put forth a good effort,” said Dietrich coach Wayne Dill.

Dietrich hosts Declo on Saturday, and Castleford (2-8, 1-3) hosts Camas County on Tuesday.

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Dietrich 83, Castleford 44

Castleford 8 17 6 13 — 44

Dietrich 24 19 26 14 — 83

CASTLEFORD (44) — Shawn Poulson 10, Emanuel Moreno 6, Justin Silveria 4, Rick Aguirre 4, Michael Rich 3, Carter Schilder 5, Kolby Taylor 12.

DIETRICH (83) — Tel Shaw 6, Brady Power 10, Raygn Robertson 8, Kyler Robertson 4, Kade Shaw 15, Slade Dill 24, Lon Page 8, Andy Power 6, Rhys Dill 2.

Lighthouse Christian 55, Community School 29

SUN VALLEY — Despite a game-high 17 points from senior Henry Pollock, the Cutthroats were defeated by the visiting Lions in the North Side Conference game.

Senior Jordan Bradshaw led Lighthouse Christian with 11 points.

Community School (0-3, 0-3) hosts Murtaugh on Tuesday, and Lighthouse Christian (9-2, 2-1) is at Hansen on Wednesday.

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Lighthouse Christian 55, Community School 29

Lighthouse Christian 15 13 14 13 — 55

Community School 4 5 15 5 — 29

LIGHTHOUSE CHRISTIAN (55) — Jordan Bradshaw 11, Jacob Yost 4, Peyton Lookingbill 7, Logan Stephens 6, Karsten Brandsma 8, Alex Shetler 5, Collin Holloway 6, Chance Gaskill 2.

COMMUNITY SCHOOL (29) — Henry Pollock 17, Shea Brokaw 6, Peter Morawitz 4, Jackson Giles 2.

Carey 60, Murtaugh 52

MURTAUGH — Three seniors from Carey were in double figures, with senior Houston Hennefer scoring 21 points, Kaden Koudelka following with 20 and Hayden Wayment chipping in 12 in the North Side Conference game.

Three juniors led the Red Devils in scoring: Guillermo Zavala and Tyler Chatelain each with 11 points, and Graden Dimond with 10.

“It was a fun tight game until the last minutes, when Carey hit two threes,” said Murtaugh coach Clayton Nebeker.

With the win, Carey improves to 10-2 overall and 4-0 in the North Side, and it travels to Shoshone on Tuesday. Murtaugh (6-7, 2-2) hosts Wendell on Friday.

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Carey 60, Murtaugh 52

Carey 11 17 14 18 — 60

Murtaugh 11 16 10 15 — 52

CAREY (60) — Carson Simpson 2, Houston Hennefer 21, Kaden Koudelka 20, Tanner Mecham 5, Hayden Wayment 12.

MURTAUGH (52) — Kolby McClure 8, Guillermo Zavala 11, Graden Dimond 10, Pablo Miranda 8, Austin Smith 2, Kade Setoki 2, Tyler Chatelain 11.

Girls basketball

Declo 47, Filer 46

FILER — The Hornets clawed back in the fourth quarter Thursday night for a nonconference road win.

Maddie Ramsey scored a game-high 22 points, and Jaesa Fox added 10 for Declo (6-7), which plays at Dietrich Saturday.

Ten Filer players scored, led by Jailyn Gartner with 16 points.

The Wildcats (3-12) host Wendell on Saturday.

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Declo 47, Filer 46

Declo 9 15 8 15 — 47

Filer 9 13 15 9 — 46

DECLO (47) — Kate Mallory 7, Maddie Ramsey 22, Amanda Bott 2, Maddie Matthews 6, Jaesa Fox 10.

FILER (46) — Kori Gartner 2, Kelsie Snyder 3, Katlin Porter 3, Jailyn Gartner 16, Colbie Kliegl 2, Fallon Stoddard 2, Jerragan Thornton 2, Ella Fisher 2, Haven Jones 7, Jaylee Bingham 7.

Kimberly 33, Buhl 20

KIMBERLY — Neither Kimberly nor Buhl had a good shooting night in the Sawtooth Central Idaho Conference game won by the host Bulldogs.

Kimberly finished 14-for-45 (30 percent), and Buhl was 5-for-34 (14 percent).

Kimberly’s Josie Schmitz and Jesse Wadsworth were the top scorers for the game with 10 points apiece.

“Good defensive game on both ends,” said Kimberly coach Stanley Watts.

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Kimberly (9-8, 3-1) is at Snake River on Saturday, and Buhl travels to Gooding on Tuesday.

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Kimberly 33, Buhl 20

Buhl 2 2 3 13 — 20

Kimberly 12 5 10 6 — 33

BUHL (20) — Sage Eckert 5, Caroline Vera 4, Emily Gorrell 2, Madison Somers 7, Kayla Morse 2.

KIMBERLY (33) — Brinley Humphreys 2, Tory Sievers 2, Annie Walker 1, Meg Walker 4, Josie Schmitz 10, Demee Rosenkrance 2, Hailey Chapa 2, Jesse Wadsworth 10.

Glenns Ferry 51, Hagerman 46

GLENNS FERRY — The Pilots picked up their first Snake River Conference victory with the home win over the Pirates.

Senior MaKenna Hedelius was the top scorer for the Pilots with 11, and Hagerman junior Alana Floyd led all players with 16 points.

Glenns Ferry had 14 assists as a team.

“Everyone contributed and no one really stood out,” said Glenns Ferry coach Rick Hance. “We usually have 20 turnovers, and we cut it down to 14 tonight.”

Glenns Ferry (5-11, 1-7) is at Shoshone next Thursday. Hagerman hosts Camas County next Friday.

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Glenns Ferry 51, Hagerman 46

Hagerman 10 8 9 19 — 46

Glenns Ferry 14 10 11 16 — 51

HAGERMAN (46) — Tristyn Hulme 6, Lizzy Scheller 9, Elly Yore 4, Josie Turner 3, Aubri Achabal 4, Marina Acuna 4, Alana Floyd 16, Monce Gomez, Mary Merritt

GLENNS FERRY (51) — MaKenna Hedelius 11, Luisa Garcia 6, Jenni Rodriguez 8, Sage Wootan 9, Talli Crone 6, Hannah Hedelius 3, Fabby Arevalo 6, Lizbeth Duarte 2.

Valley 52, Raft River 35

MALTA — The Vikings earned a Snake River Conference win. No other details were available.

Carey 42, Murtaugh 37

MURTAUGH — Carey remained unbeaten in the North Side Conference with the road win over the Red Devils.

The two teams were tied 17-all at the break, and Carey won the second half 25-20.

“It was a great game back and forth,” said Murtaugh coach Todd Jensen. “The kids got battle tested with three games in four days.”

Murtaugh junior guard Fatima Aguilera posted a game-high 12 points and had three steals. Jenna Benites netted 10 points, and Alissa Chatelain pulled down 10 boards for the Red Devils. Lindsey Morey with 11 points and Rylee Smith had 10 for Carey.

Carey (7-7, 3-0) is at Oakley on Saturday, and Murtaugh (4-10, 0-4) hosts Camas County on Thursday.

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Carey 42, Murtaugh 37

Carey 8 9 13 12 — 42

Murtaugh 13 4 8 12 — 37

CAREY (42) — Lindsey Morey 11, Shantell Chavez 9, Noelia Cruz 1, Rylee Smith 10, Athana Versis 7, Kylie Wood 2, Kodi Green 2.

MURTAUGH (37) — Fatima Aguilera 12, Lisa Ambriz 5, Jenna Benites 10, Abby Suitter 4, Alissa Chatelain 6.

Wrestling

Jerome 46, Twin Falls 28

98: Holden Southwick (J) by forfeit; 106: Kase Mauger (TF) dec. Gabriel Toboa, 9-4; 113: Adrian Mendez (J) sudden victory Jaden Elsing, 10-8; 120: Anthony Maldonado (TF) pin Matthew Hess, 1:09; 126: Cole Massey (TF) dec. Armando Cordoba, 9-6; 132: Atticus Martinez (TF) by forfeit; 138: Peyton Ringling (J) tech fall Phillip Cummins, 17-2 5:11; 145: Jakob Murillo (J) tech fall Franky Leon, 19-3 5:11; 152: Ezekial Williamson (J) pin A.J. Lyda, 2:52; 160: Jacob Wallace (J) pin Myles McNeill, 0:13; 170: Joseph Stevenson (J) by forfeit; 182: Dylan Schvaneveldt (J) dec. Lukas Ovcarenko, 3-1; 195: Skyler Carr (TF) pin Porter Wright, 4:59; 220: Fernando Luna (J) pin Gabriel Martinez-Rodas, 0:24; 285: Angel Mendoza (TF) maj. dec. Jonathan Tellez, 14-5

Bowling

Girls

Kimberly 8, Canyon Ridge 6

High scorers:

Kimberly: Stephi Leazer, 180; Jenny Leazer 149

Canyon Ridge: Tameka Dalton, 157; Ravyn Barela, 132

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