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Minico 63, Rigby 60

RUPERT – The 4A Spartans improved to 2-0 with a back-and-forth win over the 5A Trojans.

Minico senior Larry Vega led all scorers with 23 points on 7-of-10 shooting from the field and 8-of-15 from the free-throw line.

“He was great on the boards,” Minico coach Ty Shippen said. “He did hit a 3, but he was great all-around. Put-backs, post-ups, off the dribble. He’s just a warrior.”

Rylan Chandler added 16 points for the Spartans, who host Pocatello on Thursday.

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Minico 63, Rigby 60

Rigby; 12; 16; 14; 18; -- 60

Minico; 13; 14; 18; 18; -- 63

RIGBY (60) – Taylor 19, Thompson 1, Olaveson 8, Fullmer 7, Franz 2, Togiai 12, Clayton 11.

MINICO (63) – Vega 23, Povleson 2, Matsen 8, Chandler 16, Etherington 3, Munzee 3.

Twin Falls 56, Wood River 26

HAILEY — The Bruins earned their first win of the season in dominant fashion of their Great Basin Conference opponent.

Hudson Klundt scored 13 points, and Mitchell Brizee added 12 for Twin Falls (1-2), which hosts Highland on Thursday.

Pocatello 58, Jerome 43

JEROME – A 15-4 second quarter helped sink the Tigers in a nonconference loss to a fellow 4A team.

James Slone scored 11 points for Jerome (1-1), which plays at Century on Tuesday.

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Pocatello 58, Jerome 43

Pocatello; 11; 15; 18; 14; -- 58

Jerome; 11; 4; 13; 15; -- 43

POCATELLO (58) – Brown 10, Downs 4, Olsen 9, Ney 9, Gunter 13, Cleaves 1, Hales 6, Marley 6.

JEROME (43) – David Lloyd 3, Austin Bell 3, Brandon Wright 7, James Slone 11, Jordin Myers 8, Korbin Cryer 1, Braydon Ahrens 1, Cole Baker 9.

Burley 78, Logan (Utah) 64

LOGAN, Utah — The Bobcats earned their first win of the season Friday at the Logan Tournament. No other details were available.

Kimberly 75, American Falls 53

KIMBERLY – The Bulldogs struggled shooting from the field (21-of-66), but a 30-of-46 performance from the free-throw line helped them cruise to a nonconference 3A win.

Kimberly outscored American Falls 26-11 in the third quarter.

“We turned them over a little bit and hit a couple of 3s,” Kimberly coach Darren Garey said. “Really, it was defense in the third quarter that sparked us.”

Connor Golay scored a game-high 21 points (7-of-18 on field goals, 7-9 on free throws), Gage Burnham scored 18 (4-of-9 on FGs, 8-of-10 on FTs) and Noah Mooney added 11 for the Bulldogs (2-0), who play at Canyon Ridge on Saturday.

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Kimberly 75, American Falls 53

American Falls; 10; 11; 11; 21; -- 53

Kimberly; 17; 11; 26; 21; 75

AMERICAN FALLS (53) – Fehringer 14, Martinez 3, Burry 7, Putnam 14, J. Kress 6, Howell 2, P. Kress 7.

KIMBERLY (75) – Connor Golay 21, Gage Burnham 18, Blake Phillips 7, Noah Mooney 11, Dawson Cummins 6, Trey Garey 1, Tristyn O’Donnell 3, Braxton Hammond 4, Andrew Satterfield 2, Cade Doggett 2.

Snake River 67, Buhl 35

BUHL – The Indians struggled against the No. 1-ranked 3A team in the state Friday night.

Adam Lauda scored 16 points (6-of-9 on field goals) for Buhl (0-2), which plays at American Falls on Tuesday.

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Snake River 67, Buhl 35

Snake River; 13; 19; 15; 20; -- 67

Buhl; 7; 9; 10; 9; -- 35

SNAKE RIVER (67) – Zarate 3, Mortensen 7, Dance 15, Young 15, McCraw 2, Thomas 13, Dawson 4, Albertson 5, Gilbert 3.

BUHL (35) – Adam Lauda 16, A.J. Armitage 3, Jaxon Tews 4, Garrett Bowman 3, Jade Juker 9.

Sugar-Salem 47, Filer 21

FILER – The defending state champion Diggers handled the Wildcats in both teams’ season opener.

Nick Meyerhoeffer scored nine points for Filer, which hosts Snake River on Saturday.

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Sugar-Salem 47, Filer 21

Sugar-Salem 17 9 13 8 — 47

Filer — 2 3 8 8 — 21

SUGAR-SALEM (47) — Chandler Pincock 17, Dan Shirley 6, Hadley Miller 5, Simeon Rydalch 4, Tom Baldwin 9, Kyler Handy 2, Pasen Michaelson 2, Brysen Barr 2. FG: 15. 3-pointers: 3 (Miller 1, Pincock 1, Baldwin 1). FT: 8-12. Fouls: 12. Foul outs: none.

FILER (21) — Nick Hale 2, Garret Miskin 3, Nick Meyerhoeffer 9, Josh Hughes 2, Kaden Peron 4, Ashton Karel 1. FG: 4-19. 3-pointers: 2 (Miskin, Peron). FT: 7-14. Fouls: 12. Foul outs: none.

Declo 42, Gooding 15

DECLO – Keegan Duncan scored 17 points in a season-opening win for the Hornets over a local 3A opponent.

“Our defensive mentality and our pressure is what we’ve been working on, and it led to some good offense for us,” Declo coach Jacoby Fox said.

Declo plays at Raft River on Wednesday, and Gooding (0-2) plays at Wood River on Tuesday.

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Declo 42, Gooding 15

Gooding; 1; 3; 4; 7; -- 15

Declo; 15; 10; 15; 2; -- 42

GOODING (15) –Adkinson 2, Mullins 3, Faulkner 1, Russell 1, Loveland 8.

DECLO (42) – Keegan Duncan 17, Smyer 3, Breshears 8, Ramsey 3, Schroeder 2, Darrington 4, Robertson 5.

Oakley 54, Butte County 42

DIETRICH – The Hornets sailed to a season-opening win on the first day of the Blue Devil Holiday Tournament.

“We controlled the tempo of the game,” Oakley coach Juan Rodriguez said. “Our defense was what definitely got us the W tonight.”

Gannon Critchfield score 17 points (7-of-12 field goal shooting), and Jayden Palmer added 15 (6-of-14) for Oakley, which faces Dietrich at 7:30 p.m. Saturday for the tournament title.

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Oakley 54, Butte County 42

Butte County; 5; 12; 14; 14; — 42

Oakley; 13; 11; 18; 12; — 54

BUTTE COUNTY (54) – No details available.

OAKLEY (42) – Gannon Critchfield 17, Jayden Palmer 15, Slater Sagers 8, Jake Pulsipher 9, Caleb Arnell 5.

Dietrich 78, Council 58

DIETRICH — It will be Oakley and Dietrich in the championship game of the Blue Devil Holiday Tournament at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday following the Blue Devils’ win over the Lumberjacks.

“Overall, we rebounded well and ran the floor,” said Dietrich coach Wayne Dill. ”Council is a good team, and I think they got tired the second half and we outlasted them.”

Dietrich had four players in double figures, led by seniors Kade Shaw with 22 points, Slade Dill with 18 and Lon Page with 16. Sophomore Raygn Robertson had 11.

Dill and Page completed their double-doubles with 12 rebounds for Dill, and Page had 10. Council will play Butte County at 6 p.m. in the consolation game.

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Dietrich 78, Council 58

Council; 15; 14; 7; 22; — 58

Dietrich; 20; 20; 19; 19; — 78

COUNCIL (58) — L. Nichols 13, Rosengrant 10, Snider 15, B. Nichols 11, Mahon 4, Hoffman 5.

DIETRICH (78) — Raygn Robertson 11, Kyler Robertson 2, Kade Shaw 22, Slade Dill 18, Lon Page 16, Andy Power 9.

Valley 64, Murtaugh 38

CAREY – A 23-7 first quarter set the tone for the Vikings in a win on the first day of the Carey tournament.

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“We got some good looks and knocked them down,” Valley coach Brian Hardy said of the first quarter

Jason Hardy scored a game-high 21 points, and Ben Christensen added 16 for Valley (2-0), which will face host Carey on Saturday at 8 p.m. in the tournament’s championship game.

Guillermo Zavala scored 14 points, and Kolby McClure added 13 for Murtaugh (1-1), which faces Mackay at 6:30 p.m. Saturday in the consolation game.

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Valley 64, Murtaugh 38

Valley; 23; 14; 18; 9; — 64

Murtaugh; 7; 14; 6; 11; — 38

VALLEY (64) – Jason Hardy 21, Adam Elorrieta 9, Fabian Juarez 4, Ben Christensen 16, Eddy Cano 4, Nic Anderson 2, Alex Korom 4, Jacob Schilz 2, Trenton Stoker 2.

MURTAUGH (38) – Kolby McClure 13, Guillermo Zavala 14, Graden Dimond 6, Pablo Miranda 1, Austin Smith 2, Kade Setoki 2.

Carey 46, Mackay 44

CAREY — The Carey Panthers and Valley Vikings will meet in the championship game of the Carey Tournament at 8 p.m. on Saturday following Carey’s close win over the Miners.

“It wasn’t pretty, but we won,” said Carey coach Dick Simpson.

Carey’s Kaden Koudelka sparked the Panthers with 15 points, and fellow senior Hayden Wayment contributed 11 points and 10 rebounds.

Mackay and Murtaugh meet at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday.

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Carey 46, Mackay 44

Mackay; 12; 8; 14; — 44

Carey; 13; 6; 20; 6; — 46

MACKAY (44) — Caleb Green 9, Peterson 2, Whitworth 10, Ivie 11, Holt 10, Chase Green 2.

CAREY (46) — Carson Simpson 7, Houston Hennefer 4, D.J. Parke 2, Kaden Koudelka 15, Tanner Mecham 3, Hayden Wayment 11, Brigham Parke 4.

Liberty Charter 42, Glenns

Aberdeen 74, Wendell 15

ABERDEEN — The Trojans got crushed in their season opener. No other details were available.

Girls basketball

Valley 32, Murtaugh 24

CAREY — The Vikings will face Carey at 5 p.m. on Saturday in the championship game after defeating the Red Devils in the Carey Tournament on Friday night.

Valley (3-3) fell behind 17-4 and trailed at the half 17-14, but it won the second half 18-7, holding Murtaugh scoreless in the third quarter. Valley junior Katie Johnson led all players with 16 points.

Murtaugh (2-3) will play Challis at 3:30 p.m. on Saturday.

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Valley 32, Murtaugh 24

Valley; 4; 10; 8; 10; — 32

Murtaugh; 13; 4; 0; 7; — 24

VALLEY (32) — Katie Johnson 16, Broganne Mangum 1, Jacqueline Hernandez 4, Makenna Kohtz 5, Mackenzie Dimond 2, Tory Lewis 4.

MURTAUGH (24) — Fatima Aguilera 2, Lisa Ambriz 2, Jenna Benites 6, Tiare Setoki 3, Abby Suitter 2, Leslye Tapia 4, Alissa Chatelain 5.

Lighthouse Christian 51, Raft River 33

TWIN FALLS — The host Lions held a 19-14 lead at the half but broke through with 21 points in the third quarter on their way to a nonconference win over the Trojans.

Lighthouse Christian senior Chloe Gomez finished with 19 points, including three 3-pointers. Haylee Grossman added 11 with three 3s, and Trudy Millenkamp had 10.

Raft River senior Amanda Carpenter had a team-high 11 points, Marie Branch added 10 and Audah Jones scored six points and recorded 11 rebounds.

Lighthouse Christian (6-0) is at Shoshone on Monday, and Raft River (0-6) hosts Oakley on Tuesday.

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Lighthouse Christian 51, Raft River 33

Raft River; 12; 2; 11; 8; — 33

Lighthouse Christian; 13; 6; 21; 11; — 51

RAFT RIVER (33) — Kamri Ottley 4, Ashlin Hansen 2, Marie Branch 10, Amanda Carpenter 11, Audah Jones 6.

LIGHTHOUSE CHRISTIAN (51) — Chloe Gomez 19, Sabrina De Jong 6, Haylee Grossman 11, Trudy Millenkamp 10, Maycee Holloway 2, Lauren Gomez 3.

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