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Boys basketball

Camas County 68, Richfield 52

RICHFIELD – Sophomore guard Trey Smith poured in 37 points to lead the Mushers to a North Side Conference-opening win.

Smith made 14 field goals (all 2-pointers) and sunk 9-of-12 free throws.

“He kinda did what he wanted to do,” Richfield coach Chris Taber said. “He had a heck of a game.”

Zachery Reedy added nine points for Camas County (2-1), which plays at Twin Falls Christian Academy on Monday.

Justin Wood scored 19 points, and Marco Juarez added 13 for the Tigers (0-3), who host Mackay on Wednesday.

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Camas County 68, Richfield 52

Camas County; 14; 10; 21; 23; — 68

Richfield; 14; 17; 8; 13; — 52

CAMAS COUNTY (68) – Remington Kramer 6, Connor Eaton 2, Erik Robles 9, Trey Smith 37, Alex Robles 2, Zachery Reedy 9, Colby Thompson 3.

RICHFIELD (52) – Angel Melendrez 2, Ian Gill 8, Marco Juarez 13, Jacob Whitesell 6, Justin Wood 19, Hayden Tree 4.

Lighthouse Christian 70, Castleford 48

CASTLEFORD — A 42-18 first half provided more than enough distance for the Lions in their North Side Conference opener.

Four Lighthouse players scored in double figures. Collin Holloway, Jordan Bradshaw and Peyton Lookingbill each had 14 points, and Logan Stephens added 12.

The Lions (2-1) play at Richfield on Thursday.

Kolby Taylor scored a game-high 15 points, and Michael Rich added 12 for the Wolves (1-1), who host Hagerman the same day.

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Lighthouse Christian 70, Castleford 48

Lighthouse; 22; 20; 13; 15; — 70

Castleford; 8; 10; 12; 18; — 48

LIGHTHOUSE (70) — Collin Holloway 14, Jordan Bradshaw 14, Karsten Brandsma 7, Peyton Lookingbill 14, Logan Stephens 12, Chance Gaskill 2, AJ Easterday 2, Alex Shetler 6.

CASTLEFORD (48) — Shawn Poulson 6, Emanuel Moreno 5, Rick Aguirre 4, Michael Rich 12, Carter Schilder 6, Kolby Taylor 15.

Girls basketball

Shoshone 41, Lighthouse Christian 21

SHOSHONE – The Indians cruised in a nonconference matchup of unbeaten teams.

Shoshone led 19-4 after one quarter and 29-8 at halftime.

“That first quarter really set the tone for us,” Shoshone coach Tim Chapman said. “Our defense really played well.”

Bailee Owens scored 10 points, and Cierra Hennings added eight for the Indians (6-0), who play at Glenns Ferry on Thursday.

Haylee Grossman scored 10 points for the Lions (6-1), who play at Richfield on Tuesday.

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Shoshone 41, Lighthouse Christian 21

Lighthouse; 4; 4; 9; 4; — 21

Shoshone; 19; 10; 8; 4; — 41

LIGHTHOUSE (21) – Trudy Millenkamp 2, Sabrina De Jong 4, Chloe Gomez 5, Haylee Grossman 10.

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SHOSHONE (41) – Patti Fitzgerald 7, Bailee Owens 10, Megan Koonce 4, Cierra Hennings 8, Rionna Kerner 4, Monce Rivas 6, Ari Regalado 2.

Gooding 51, Wendell 37

WENDELL – A 19-6 second quarter helped the Senators roll to a nonconference win.

Grace Parker scored a game-high 19 points, and Laken Wolf added 14 for Gooding (4-2), which plays at Declo on Thursday.

Oliva Gines led Wendell with nine points. The Trojans (1-5) play at Murtaugh on Friday.

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Gooding 51, Wendell 37

Gooding; 8; 19; 13; 11; — 51

Wendell; 8; 6; 15; 8; — 37

GOODING (51) – Laken Wolf 14, Gracie Faulkner 4, Erika Anthony 7, Grace Parker 19, Mallory Brown 2, Keely Wolfe 5.

WENDELL (37) – Rylee Dunn 8, Stevie Torres 4, Olivia Gines 9, Robin Moreno 5, Nadia Guadarrama 2, Aspen Stinemates 3, Jackie Hollenbeck 6.

Late Saturday

Wrestling

WENDELL — The host Trojans had a successful Saturday at the season-opening East-West duals.

Wendell beat Twin Falls JV 36-34, Challis 36-33 and North Gem 30-15.

The Trojans’ only loss came to Declo, which won 46-15. The Hornets also beat Challis 42-39.

Twin Falls JV went 1-5 at the duals with its lone win over North Gem 48-30.

Not all of the team scores were available.

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