Minico 2, Wendell 0
WENDELL — In their 11th game of the season, the Spartans earned their first win.
Minico had been outscored 117-3 in their first 10 games this fall. Before Saturday, their closest game was a 4-0 loss to Burley on August 23.
“We just looked at it as a fresh start,” Minico coach Erin Ramirez said of Saturday’s game. “We decided it was time to make a change. The girls stepped up their game and played really hard.”
Freshman forward Karissia Villasenor scored in first half, and senior forward Yaneli Valdez punched in the final goal late in the second for Minico (1-10), which hosts Jerome on Monday.
Wendell (2-4-1) plays at Declo on Tuesday.
Canyon Ridge 6, Filer 1
TWIN FALLS — Caitlin Crist scored two goals, including one in the opening seconds, to lead the Riverhawks to a nonconference win.
Crist scored both of her goals in the first half, in which Canyon Ridge led 4-0.
Kali Crawford, Gissele Garibay and Grace Tigue also scored for the Riverhawks (4-4-1), who play at Burley on Monday.
Filer hosts Minico on Tuesday.
Twin Falls 4, Highland 1
TWIN FALLS — The Bruins rolled to a nonconference win over the 5A Rams on Saturday at the Sunway Soccer Complex.
Brinlee Stotts (Sidnee Naerebout assist), Phoebe Valdez, Ellie Jackson and Madison Glascock (Madison Bailey assist) scored for Twin Falls (7-2), which plays at Wood River on Monday.
Community School 3, Wood River 0
HAILEY — Lily Fitzgerald scored all three goals for the Cutthroats in a nonconference shutout over their neighbors to the south.
Fitzgerald recorded her hat trick before halftime.
Community School (10-0-1) plays at Buhl on Tuesday, and Wood River (7-3-1) hosts Twin Falls the same day.
Burley 3, American Falls 1
BURLEY — The Bobcats won their second straight game, this time against a nonconference 3A opponent.
Anna Goodwin scored two goals, and Savannah Cook scored the third for Burley (3-7), which hosts Canyon Ridge on Monday.
Minico 1, Wendell 0
WENDELL — The Spartans snapped an eight-game losing streak with a tight nonconfence win on Saturday.
Jake Link scored the lone goal, with an assist from Weston Hansen.
Minico (3-8) plays at Jerome on Monday, and Wendell (1-5-1) plays at Declo on Tuesday.
Canyon Ridge 6, Filer 1
FILER — The Riverhawks cruised past the Wildcats Saturday for a nonconference win.
Canyon Ridge led 3-1 at halftime.
Jorge Sosa scored two goals, while Abdelgadir Mohamed, Pau Khai and Victor Gurung each scored one for the Riverhawks (7-2), who host Burley on Monday.
Jesus Lopez scored the lone goal for Filer (4-4-2), which hosts Minico on Tuesday.
Highland 5, Twin Falls 2
POCATELLO — The Bruins dropped a road nonconference game to the 5A Rams on Saturday.
Highland led 3-1 at halftime and held off Twin Falls in the final 40 minutes.
The Bruins (3-3-3) host Wood River on Monday.
Wood River 2, Community School 1
HAILEY — The Wolverines came back to eek out a nonconference win over the Cutthroats.
Community School sophomore Cash Dart opened the scoring in the 15th minute, and that 1-0 lead held until the 62nd minute, when Wood River sophomore Rafael Muniz scored the equalizer. Muniz scored again about 10 minutes later to give the Wolverines a decisive lead.
“The boys were superb. Can’t ask for a better display,” Community School coach Richard Whitelaw said. “Thought we were going to hold on.”
Wood River (8-2) plays at Twin Falls on Monday, and Community School (8-3) plays at Buhl on Tuesday.
Buhl 6, Canyon Ridge JV 4
BUHL — The Indians outgunned the Riverhawks for a nonconference win.
Buhl lead 3-1 at halftime.
Josh Cruz scored two goals, while Clay Couch, Jose Limas, Sebastian Loza and Tanner Walker each scored one goal for the Indians (4-4-1), who host Community School on Tuesday.
POCATELLO — The Twin Falls boys and girls both finished in fourth place in the JV field at Friday’s Century Challenge.
Bruins senior Hollie Maccabee finished fourth among girls individuals with a time of 23:16.7 (6.2 seconds behind the winner), and fellow Twin Falls senior Gunner Lusk finished fifth in the boys field with a time of 19:32.6.
Idaho Falls won the boys team title with 21 points, 101 ahead of Twin Falls. On the girls side, Spring Creek (Nev.) had 36 points, which was 42 more than the Bruins.
Boys: 1. Idaho Falls 21, 2. Spring Creek (Nev.) 62, 3. Highland 67, 4. Twin Falls 122, 5. Bonneville 138, 6. Teton 179, 7. Box Elder (Utah) 182, 8. Century 201
Girls: 1. Spring Creek 26, 2. Idaho Falls 38, 3. Highland 66, 4. Twin Falls 78, 5. Century 166, 6. Teton 170, 7. Bonneville 174