Boys basketball

Jerome 70, Wood River 69 (OT)

JEROME — The Tigers shot 8-for-8 in overtime to earn a 1-point win in the Great Basin Conference.

“It was a well-played game all-around,” Jerome head coach Joe Messick said. “The kids competed on both sides. We were just able to hit the shots down the stretch.”

James Slone drained six 3-pointers in his 20-point effort for Jerome. Wood River’s Johnny Radford scored the game-high 29 points.

Jerome (4-7, 1-1) will host Burley on Tuesday, while Wood River (2-8, 0-2) will travel to Canyon Ridge on Tuesday.

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Jerome 70, Wood River 69 (OT)

Wood River 13 14 15 13 (14) — 69

Jerome 17 16 9 13 (15) — 70

WOOD RIVER (69) — Brayden Olsen 12, Isaac Loomis 3, Johnny Radford 29, Brandon Scott 11, Christian Bothwell 5, Levi Newhouse 4, Colten Weatherly 5.

JEROME (70) — David Lloyd 11, Austin Bell 9, Brandon Wright 6, Garrett Elison 1, James Slone 20, Jordin Myers 17, Braydon Ahrens 2, Cole Baker 4.

Buhl 59, Wendell 44

WENDELL — Buhl started strong and held on for a win on the road.

Three Indians scored in the double digits: Carter Kelsey and Garrett Bowman, both with 13 points, followed by Adam Lauda with 10.

Blake Hughes led Wendell with 14 points.

The Indians improve to 3-7 with the win and will travel to Kimberly on Wednesday for its first conference matchup. Wendell (0-9) will travel to Aberdeen on Saturday.

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Buhl 59, Wendell 44

Buhl 17 17 10 15 — 59

Wendell 10 10 11 13 — 44

BUHL (59) — Adam Lauda 10, Jaxon Tews 5, Peyton Rodig 7, Carter Kelsey 13, Garrett Bowman 13, Jade Juker 4, Garett Montgomery 7.

WENDELL (44) — Mason Lawton 7, Angel Espino 13, Kyler Lukesh 5, Tristan Wert 5, Blake Hughes 14.

Oakley 43, Shoshone 40

SHOSHONE — Jayden Palmer led the Hornets with 14 points and Gannon Critchfield followed with 13 points in a conference win against Shoshone.

Shoshone’s Patrick Taber was the high scorer for the game with 15 points in the loss.

“It was a good conference win and a tough, grind-it-out kind of game,” Oakley head coach Juan Rodriguez said.

Oakley (4-6, 2-1) will host Raft River on Tuesday, and Shoshone (5-5, 0-3) will be at Glenns Ferry on Wednesday.

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Oakley 43, Shoshone 40

Oakley 11 12 9 11 — 43

Shoshone 8 7 13 12 — 40

OAKLEY (43) — Slater Sagers 4, Chandler Jones 5, Tate Cranney 1, Jayden Palmer 14, Jake Pulispher 4, Max Alves 2, Gannon Critchfield 13.

SHOSHONE (40) — Patrick Taber 15, Joe Koonce 1, Steven Rubio 9, Tyson Chapman 2, Ethan Perry 7, Denny Arroyo 6.

Raft River 60, Murtaugh 43

MALTA — Rylee Spencer scored 20 points as the Trojans downed Murtaugh on the road for a conference win.

Raft River head coach Brian Poole said the win was fueled by cooling off the Red Devils’ hot offense.

“Our kids brought really good defensive intensity,” he said. “Murtaugh is a really good offensive team, so we felt really good about our defense.”

Guillermo Zavala of Murtaugh tied Spencer for game-high scorer with 20 points.

Raft River (4-5, 2-1) will travel to Oakley on Thursday, while the Red Devils (5-6, 3-2) will host Hansen for a conference game on Tuesday.

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Raft River 60, Murtaugh 43

Murtaugh 11 7 7 18 — 43

Raft River 9 21 15 15 — 60

MURTAUGH (43) — Guillermo Zavala 20, Graden Dimond 4, Pablo Miranda 13, Austin Smith 2, Tyler Chatelain 4.

RAFT RIVER (60) — Zach Powers 5, Keegan Chatburn 10, Cutler Erickson 4, Rylee Spencer 20, Justin Schumann 8, Braxton Poole 9, Kolton Durfee 2, Christian Lloyd 2.

Camas County 67, Richfield 44

FAIRFIELD – The Mushers evened their North Side Conference record to 1-1 (4-4 overall) with a home win over the Tigers.

Three Camas County players reached double figures, with Trey Smith scoring a game-high 22 points, followed by Erik Robles with 18 and Remington Kramer with 12.

Richfield also had a trio of players with double digits. Austin Hukill scored a team-high 15 points, Justin Wood had 12 and Hayden Tree tossed in 10.

“We got in some foul trouble early which hampered us,” Camas County head coach Jamon Frostenso said. “Richfield is coming along and getting tougher and tougher.”

Camas County will travel to Carey on Tuesday, and Richfield (0-10, 0-5) will play at Lighthouse Christian on Wednesday.

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Camas County 67, Richfield 44

Richfield 14 14 8 8 — 44

Camas County 22 14 13 18 — 67

RICHFIELD (44) — Mason Loughmiller 3, Marco Juarez 2, Jacob Whitesell 2, Justin Wood 12, Hayden Tree 10, Austin Hukill 15.

CAMAS COUNTY (67) — Erik Robles 18, Michael Brown 7, Remington Kramer 12, Trey Smith 22, Colby Thompson 6, Alex Robles 2.

Carey 58, Mackay 40

MACKAY – Hayden Wayment recorded a double-double in a nonconference win over Mackay.

Wayment scored 15 points and grabbed 13 rebounds, and Kaden Koudelka put up 14 points to lead Carey scorers.

Carey (8-2, 2-0) will host Camas County on Tuesday.

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Carey 58, Mackay 40

Carey 12 21 8 17 — 58

Mackay 11 14 6 9 — 40

CAREY (58) – Hayden Wayment 15, Kaden Koudelka 14, Houston Hennefer 9, Brigham Parke 9, Tanner Mecham 4, DJ Parke 3, Carson Simpson 2, Bryan Vargas 2.

Girls basketball

Buhl 43, American Falls 24

AMERICAN FALLS — The Indians earned an out-of-conference road win in a low-scoring game.

Madison Somers led Buhl with 11 points, followed by Sage Eckert and Emily Gorrell with eight apiece.

Buhl (10-3, 2-1) will travel to Kimberly for a conference game on Tuesday.

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Buhl 43, American Falls 24

Buhl 7 11 11 15 — 43

American Falls 4 7 8 5 — 24

BUHL (43) — Kendra Benson 3, Sage Eckert 8, McKenna Lively 1, Caroline Vera 5, Kyra Azevedo 3, Emily Gorrell 8, Madison Somers 11, Jordane Netz 1, Kayla Morse 3.

AMERICAN FALLS (24) — Long 5, Smith 5, Hunt 2, Romero 2, Barclay 10.

Hagerman 62, Murtaugh 50

MURTAUGH — Hagerman junior guard Alana Floyd posted 27 points (four 3-pointers), and Elly Yore had 12 points in the Pirates’ nonconference win over the host Red Devils.

Junior guard Jenna Benites finished with 16 points for Murtaugh thanks to five 3-pointers, and senior Tiare Setoki chipped in 11. Alissa Chatelain pulled down eight rebounds for the Red Devils.

“It was kind of a back-and-forth game,” said Murtaugh coach Todd Jensen. “We kind of ran out of gas at the end and missed some free throws. We finished 5-of-39 at the line.”

Murtaugh (4-8, 0-1) is at Lighthouse Christian and Hagerman hosts Castleford on Monday.

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Hagerman 62, Murtaugh 50

Hagerman 10 13 19 20 — 62

Murtaugh 15 11 13 11 — 50

HAGERMAN (62) — Tristyn Hulme 7, Brenna Firth 3, Lizzy Scheller 2, Elly Yore 12, Josie Turner 2, Aubri Achabal 2, Marina Acuna 6, Alana Floyd 27.

MURTAUGH (50) — Fatima Aguilera 6, Jenna Benites 16, Tiare Setoki 11, Abby Suitter 8, Leslye Tapia 6, Alissa Chatelain 2.

Dietrich 47, Hansen 32

HANSEN — The Blue Devils were led by Quincie Christiansen with 15 points and Brianna Astle with 10 in a North Side Conference road win over the Huskies.

Yolanda Alaniz led Hansen with nine points.

“We need to control our fouls,” Hansen head coach TeeJay Berry said. “Fifteen of Dietrich’s 29 points in the second half came on free throws.”

Hansen (7-4, 1-1) will be at home against Shoshone on Saturday. Dietrich (8-3, 4-0) will host Castleford on Friday.

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Dietrich 47, Hansen 32

Dietrich 6 12 14 15 — 47

Hansen 6 8 7 11 — 32

DIETRICH (47) — KayLee Hendrix 7, Cassie Berthelson 2, Bailey Hubert 1, Brianna Astle 10, Caylee Dilworth 5, Jaxon Eggleston 7, Quincie Christiansen 15.

HANSEN (32) — Kendy Kenney 2, Amy Lasso 8, Neilani McDaniel 3, Haylee Pittman 4, Cassie Gibson 4, Shyla Brown 2, Yolanda Alaniz 9.

Richfield 33, Camas County 27

FAIRFIELD — Shelby Buckner scored 12 points to lead the Tigers in the North Side Conference road win over the Mushers.

Camas County Ashlynn Whittle led all players with 16 points. She also pulled down eight rebounds and had four steals.

“We led until the last four minutes of the game,” Camas County head coach Matt McLam said. “We pressed them and fouled out three starters.”

Richfield finished 14-of-30 at the free-throw line while Camas County was 3-of-19.

Richfield (3-10, 3-3) will play at Lighthouse Christian on Tuesday. Camas County (0-9, 0-4) will travel to Carey on Tuesday.

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Richfield 33, Camas County 27

Richfield 10 7 3 13 — 33

Camas County 5 7 10 5 — 27

RICHFIELD (33) — Shelby Buckner 12, Ashley Telford 2, Kyndyl Allen 3, Emilee Prologo 2, Sydney Wacht 6, Randa Allen 8.

CAMAS COUNTY (27) — Megan Tews 4, Aisha Clarke 3, Ashlynn Whittle 16, Samantha McFadyen 4.

Carey 59, Mackay 50

MACKAY — The Panthers earned a non-conference win on the road at Mackay.

Shantell Chavez led Carey with 19 points including five 3-pointers, Athana Versis added 16 and Kylie Wood collected 15.

Carey (5-7, 1-0) will host Camas County on Tuesday.

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Carey 59, Mackay 50

Carey 13 17 20 9 — 59

Mackay 15 6 11 18 — 50

CAREY (59) -- Lindsey Morey 4, Shantell Chavez 19, Noelia Cruz 2, Rylee Smith 3, Athana Versis 16, Kylie Wood 15.

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