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Raft River 44, Valley 43

HAZELTON – Raft River used a strong second half to earn its first win of the season.

“We came out pretty slow after halftime,” Valley head coach Jamie Kohtz said.

Raft River’s Amanda Carpenter had a big night on offense, draining three 3-pointers as part of a 21-point effort.

Valley (4-5) travels to Hagerman on Monday, while Raft River (1-7) plays at Richfield on Saturday.

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Raft River 44, Valley 43

Raft River 9 10 11 14 — 44

Valley 15 13 4 11 — 43

RAFT RIVER (44) — Kamri Ottley 9, Jessie Ward 2, Marie Branch 4, Carlee Boden 2, Amanda Carpenter 21, Audah Jones 1, Kassie Warr 5.

VALLEY (43) — Katie Johnson 9, Broganne Mangum 6, Jacqueline Hernandez 8, Makenna Kohtz 10, Kelsey Henry 4, Bailey Stephens 3, Tory Lewis 3.

Minico 58, Wood River 34

HAILEY – Minico stayed undefeated in Great Basin Conference play with a win over Wood River on the road.

Taylia Stimpson led all scorers with 20 points for the Spartans, while Patrea Topp scored 15 for the Wolverines.

“First half, Minico pressured us and we didn’t react well to it,” Wood River assistant coach JC Nemecek said. “We settled down in the second half, but the lead was too big.”

Minico (6-2) travels to Pocatello on Thursday and Wood River (1-7) travels to the Elite Eight Tournament in Nampa on Thursday.

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Minico 58, Wood River 34

Minico 13 19 9 17 — 58

Wood River: 6 3 16 9 — 34

MINICO (58) — Maura Merrill 6, Saydi Anderson 11, Rachel Baliola 4, Taylia Stimpson 20, Taycee Harper 5, Madison Vorwaller 8, Claire Boettcher 4.

WOOD RIVER (34) — Torie King 3, Sariah Nilsen 1, Emma Flolo 3, Patrea Topp 15, Payson Bennett 4, Hailey Bjorkman 3, Audra Mary 5.

Snake River 54, Buhl 34

BUHL – The Indians, ranked No. 5 in the latest 3A media poll, fell to the No. 4 Panthers at home.

A 13-4 second quarter put Buhl in a 21-9 hole, and it couldn’t climb out.

The Indians (7-2) play at Wendell on Tuesday.

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Snake River 54, Buhl 34

Snake River 8 13 13 20 — 54

Buhl 5 4 10 15 — 34

SNAKE RIVER (54) – Higginson 15, Steadman 15, Rowe 3, Campbell 1, Morgan 13, Gilbert 2, Harper 5.

BUHL (34) – Sage Eckert 5, McKenna Lively 2, Caroline Vera 6, Kyra Azevedo 5, Emily Gorrell 6, Madison Somers 6, Kayla Morse 4.

Wendell 54, Murtaugh 39

MURTAUGH – Wendell made up a three-point halftime deficit to beat Murtaugh on the road.

“We came out flat in the third quarter,” Murtaugh head coach Todd Jensen said. “We played back-to-back games as well, and it can be tough to do that into the season.”

Robin Moreno led scoring with 19 points and Tiare Setoki scored 15 points for the Red Devils.

Wendell (2-4) will face Hagerman at home on Saturday, while Murtaugh (3-5) play Richfield at home on Tuesday.

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Wendell 54, Murtaugh 39

Wendell 5 12 22 15 – 54

Murtaugh 12 8 4 15 – 39

WENDELL (54): Lindsey Egbert 2, Rylee Dunn 5, Stevie Torres 2, Olivia Gines 7, Robin Moreno 19, Nadia Guadarrama 2, Aspen Stinemates 2, Faith Mabey 1, Jackie Hollenbeck 12.

MURTAUGH (39): Fatima Aguilera 5, Lisa Ambriz 5, Jenna Benites 4, Tiare Setoki 15, Abby Suitter 2, Leslye Tapia 5, Alissa Chatelain 2.

Dietrich 40, Richfield 13

DIETRICH – The Blue Devils improved to 5-2 on the season with a win at home over Richfield.

Four different players led Dietrich in scoring with six point. Shelby Buckner scored a game-high eight points for Richfield.

Dietrich will face Lighthouse Christian, who knocked the Blue Devils out of the 1A-DII rankings, at home on Monday, while Richfield (2-5) will play Raft River on Saturday at home.

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Dietrich 40, Richfield 13

Dietrich 4 11 9 16 — 40

Richfield 2 0 8 3 — 13

DIETRICH (40) — Madison Christiansen 2, Kaylee Hendrix 6, Cassie Berthelson 6, Bailey Hubert 5, Brianna Astle 6, Caylee Dilworth 6, Jaxen Eggleston 4, Quincie Christiansen 5.

RICHFIELD (13) — Shelby Buckner 8, Kyndyl Allen 5.

Boys basketball

Filer 28, Wood River 17

FILER – The 3A Wildcats won a low-scoring affair over the 4A Wolverines.

Nick Meyerhoeffer scored a game-high eight points for Filer (2-2), which hosts Wendell on Wednesday.

Wood River (2-3) plays at the Elite Eight Tournament in Nampa next weekend.

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Filer 28, Wood River 17

Wood River 6 5 4 2 — 17

Filer 7 2 7 12 — 28

WOOD RIVER (17) – Jose Quinones 7, Brayden Olson 3, Johnny Radford 2, Brandon Scott 5.

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FILER (28) – Nick Meyerhoeffer 8, Josh Hughes 4, Kaden Peron 6, Miguel Perez 1, Ashton Karel 5, Cade Ackerman 4.

Snake River 62, Kimberly 51

KIMBERLY – The Bulldogs couldn’t overcome a 38-20 halftime deficit against the No. 1-ranked 3A team in the state.

“You can’t start that poorly and expect to come back against a really good team,” Kimberly coach Daren Garey said.

Connor Golay scored 16 points for Kimberly (2-2), which opens Sawtooth Central Idaho Conference play at Gooding on Tuesday.

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Snake River 62, Kimberly 51

Kimberly 8 12 13 16 — 51

Snake River 17 21 7 17 — 62

KIMBERLY (51) – Connor Golay 16, Gage Burnham 9, Noah Mooney 6, Dawson Cummins 7, Trey Garey 7, Tristyn O’Donnell 2, Andrew Satterfield 6.

SNAKE RIVER (62) – Zarate 3, Krael 11, Martinson 6, Dance 20, Young 2, Thomas 20.

Shoshone 41, Wendell 28

SHOSHONE – The Shoshone High School boys basketball team picked up a road win against Wendell on Friday night.

Steven Rubio scored a game-high 12 points for the Indians (2-1), while Blake Hughes led the Trojans with 7.

Shoshone (2-1) will play Liberty Charter on Saturday at Mountain View High School. Wendell (0-4) will travel to Filer on Wednesday.

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Shoshone 41, Wendell 28

Shoshone 6 12 9 14 — 41

Wendell 3 9 7 9 —28

SHOSHONE (41) — Chava Rivas 2, Patrick Taber 9, Yuvani Vizcarra 4, Saul Valencia 2, Steven Rubio 12, Ethan Perry 6, Ramon Rubalcava 4, Andrew Sant 2.

WENDELL (28) —Mason Lawton 2, Angel Espino 6, Kyler Lukesh 3, Tristan Wert 2, Blake Hughes 7, Felipe Paniagua 6, Don Bunn 2.

Oakley 38, Carey 34

CAREY – Oakley picked up a road win against Carey in a non-conference matchup.

“It’s just one of those game where neither team shot well,” Carey head coach Dick Simpson said. “What hurt us was foul shot.”

Oakley shot 10 for 16 from the free-throw line, and Gannon Critchfield let the Hornets with 16 points. Hayden Wayment scored 11 for the Panthers.

Oakley (2-2) will play Wilder at Mountain View High School. Carey (3-2) will face Shoshone at home on Tuesday.

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Oakley 38, Carey 34

Oakley 4 16 13 5 — 38

Carey 8 6 10 10 — 34

OAKLEY (38) — Chandler Jones 3, Jayden Palmer 9, Jake Pulispher 7, Caleb Arnell 3, Gannon Critchfield 16.

CAREY (34) — Houston Hennefer 9, DJ Parke 2, Kaden Koudelka 4, Porter Mecham 8, Hayden Wayment 11.

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