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Twin Falls Christian Academy 72, Murtaugh 71 (OT)

MURTAUGH — Twin Falls Christian Academy used a comeback in the fourth quarter to force an overtime it won over Murtaugh.

Kevin Wiest led TFCA with 22 points, including three 3-pointers, and Pablo Miranda had a game-high 24 points for Murtaugh, draining six 3-pointers in the process.

“We missed a lot of easy shots in fourth quarter, and they made them,” Murtaugh head coach Clayton Nebeker said, “That’s about the biggest difference in the game.”

TFCA will face Camas County at home on Monday, while Murtaugh (2-3) will take on Richfield at home on Tuesday.

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Twin Falls Christian Academy 72, Murtaugh 71 (OT)

TFCA; 20; 14; 15; 20; 3 — 72

Murtaugh; 19; 19; 21; 10; 2 — 71

TFCA (72) — Joel Thompson 17, Kevin Wiest 22, Ethan Fenderson 3, Elijah Bolyard 19, Evan Walker 11.

MURTAUGH (71) — Kolby McClure 11, Guillermo Zavala 15, Graden Dimond 2, Pablo Miranda 24, Austin Smith 12, Kade Setoki 2, Tyler Chatelain 5.

Minico 57, Pocatello 39

RUPERT – The Spartans forced a running clock to start the fourth quarter after building a 55-23 lead en route to a nonconference 4A win.

Kobe Matsen scored a game-high 18 points, Kasen Carpenter scored 12 and Larry Vega added 11 for Minico (3-0), which plays at Middleton on Saturday.

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Minico 57, Pocatello 39

Pocatello; 6; 12; 5; 16; -- 39

Minico; 16; 17; 22; 2; -- 57

POCATELLO (39) – Brown 6, Downs 3, Olsen 10, Gunter 7, Cleaves 3, Hales 5, Marley 5.

MINICO (57) – Larry Vega 11, Regan Polvsen 8, Kasen Carpenter 12, Kobe Matsen 18, Rylan Chandler 4, Tyler Munsee 2, Mason Harwood 2.

Wood River 33, Buhl 20

BUHL — Wood River downed Buhl on the road thanks in part to Buhl’s shooting struggles.

The Indians shot 20 percent from the field, while the Wolverines used Johnny Radford’s game-high 12 points to earn the non-conference win.

Wood River (2-2) travels to Filer on Friday and Buhl (1-3) will change rivers when they face Snake River on Friday in Blackfoot.

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Wood River 33, Buhl 20

Wood River; 11; 10; 10; 2 — 33

Buhl; 8; 3; 4; 5; — 20

WOOD RIVER (33) — Canyon MacDonald 4, Mario Macias 3, Brayden Olson 2, Johnny Radford 12, Brandon Scott 6, Christian Bothwell 2, Levi Newhouse 2, Colten Weatherly 2.

BUHL (20) — Adam Lauda 5, Payton Rodig 8, Carter Kelsey 4, Garrett Montgomery 3.

Kuna 65, Jerome 46

KUNA — Jerome couldn’t come back from a 23-7 first-quarter deficit, falling to Kuna on the road.

“Kuna jumped on us early and got after us,” Jerome head coach Joe Messick said.

James Slone and Cole Baker scored team highs with 15 each, including four 3-pointers by Slone. Jerome (1-3) will travel to Minico on Wednesday for its first conference game.

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Kuna 65, Jerome 46

Jerome; 7; 13; 11; 15 — 46

Kuna; 23; 14; 12; 16 — 65

JEROME (46) — Austin Bell 5, Brandon Wright 2, Anikin Hernandez 6, James Slone 15, Jordin Myers 3, Cole Baker 15.

KUNA (65) — Rogers 3, Rausch 6, Barton 6, Benoit 7, Hernandez 9, Halladay 4, Austin 7, Patterson 23.

Highland 57, Twin Falls 46

TWIN FALLS — The 4A Bruins fell to the 5A Rams Thursday night at home. No other details were available.

Valley 49, Wendell 35

WENDELL – A 19-5 third quarter was the difference in Valley’s nonconference win.

Adam Elorrieta and Ben Christensen each scored 13 points, and Eddy Cano added 11 for the Vikings (5-0), who host Declo on Tuesday. Mason Lawton and Angel Espino each scored eight points for the Trojans (0-3), who play at Shoshone on Friday.

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Valley 49, Wendell 35

Valley; 11; 8; 19; 11; -- 49

Wendell; 9; 7; 5; 14; -- 35

VALLEY (49) – Adam Elorrieta 13, Ben Christensen 13, Eddy Cano 11, Nic Anderson 6, Alex Korom 6.

WENDELL (35) – Mason Lawton 8, Angel Espino 8, Kyler Lukesh 1, Tristan Wert 5, Blake Hughes 7, Felipe Panigua 2, D. Bunn 4.

Hagerman 59, Castleford 57

CASTLEFORD – Bryant Osborne scored a game-high 26 points, and Caleb Owsley scored 19 to lead the Pirates to their first win of the season.

Shawn Poulson scored 15, Emanuel Moreno scored 13 and Carter Schilder and Kolby Taylor each added 10 for the Wolves (3-1), who play at Jackpot on Monday.

Hagerman (1-1) opens Snake River Conference play at Raft River on Friday.

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Hagerman 59, Castleford 57

Hagerman; 18; 11; 13; 17; -- 59

Castleford; 10; 13; 20; 14; -- 57

HAGERMAN (59) – Caleb Owsley 19, Bryant Osbourne 26, Derek Herrington 2, Fernando Marez 3, AB Salas 4, KC Hainline 5.

CASTLEFORD (57) – Shawn Poulson 15, Emanuel Moreno 13, Justin Silveria 1, Rick Aguirre 7, Michael Rich 1, Carter Schilder 10, Kolby Taylor 10.

Glenns Ferry 45, Oakley 38

OAKLEY — The Pilots topped the Hornets for a Snake River Conference win. No other details were available.

Lighthouse Christian 66, Richfield 38

RICHFIELD — Lighthouse Christian buried 10 3-pointers to beat Richfield in an in-conference battle.

“They had some tall kids,” Richfield head coach Chris Taber said, “so we were trying to pack it in the paint and keep from getting beat inside. We were willing to give up a three-pointer or two, but they got 10.”

Jordan Bradshaw led the Lions (3-1) with 17 points, while Justin Wood contributed 16 points for the Tigers (0-5). Both teams will travel to tournaments this weekend, as Lighthouse Christian will travel to Jackpot and Richfield will travel to Mountain View for the Boise Showcase.

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Lighthouse Christian 66, Richfield 38

Lighthouse Christian; 25; 24; 10; 7; — 66

Richfield; 15; 7; 7; 9; — 38

LIGHTHOUSE CHRISTIAN (66) — Collin Holloway 9, Jordan Bradshaw 17, Karsten Brandsma 3, Jacob Yost 2, Peyton Lookingbill 12, Logan Stephens 6, Chance Gaskill 3, Alex Shetler 14.

RICHFIELD (38) — Angel Melendrez 2, Ian Gill 5, Marco Juarez 2, Jacob Whitesell 8, Justin Wood 16, Hayden Tree 5.

Girls basketball

Gooding 55, Declo 39

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DECLO – The Senators trailed 18-14 after one quarter but rebounded for a nonconference win.

Grace Parker scored a game-high 18 points, and Erika Anthony added 14 for Gooding (5-2), which plays at American Falls on Tuesday.

Maddie Ramsey scored 10 points for the Hornets (3-5), who play at Wendell on Thursday.

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Gooding 55, Declo 39

Gooding; 14; 16; 15; 10; -- 55

Declo; 18; 6; 6; 10; -- 39

GOODING (55) – Laken Wolfe 6, Gracie Faulkner 4, Riley Comstock 8, Erika Anthony 14, Grace Parker 18, Mallory Brown 3, Keely Wolfe 2.

DECLO (39) – Maddie Ramsey 10, Sydney Ramsey 2, Amanda Bott 4, Kelly Montoya 7, Maddie Matthews 4, Seannae Koyle 2, Kamree Williams 2, Jaesa Fox 9.

Shoshone 45, Glenns Ferry 37

GLENNS FERRY – Monce Rivas scored a game-high 20 points for the Indians in their Snake River Conference win.

Cierra Hennings added eight points for Shoshone (7-0, 3-0), which plays at Oakley on Saturday.

Sage Wootan scored 10 points and grabbed 12 rebounds for the Pilots (2-7, 0-4), who play at Raft River on Tuesday.

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Shoshone 45, Glenns Ferry 37

Shoshone; 16; 10; 14; 5; -- 45

Glenns Ferry; 10; 11; 8; 8; -- 37

SHOSHONE (45) – Patti Fitzgerald 2, Bryanna Perry 5, Bailee Owens 5, Megan Koonce 2, Cierra Hennings 8, Monce Rivas 20, Ari Regalado 3.

GLENNS FERRY (37) – MaKenna Hedelius 7, Luisa Garcia 4, Jenni Rodriguez 1, Sage Wootan 10, Talli Crone 4, Hannah Hedelius 3, Fabby Arevalo 8, Lizbeth Duarte 1.

Murtaugh 38, Twin Falls Christian Academy 34

MURTAUGH — The Devils used a first-half edge to defeat Twin Falls Christian Academy at home.

TFCA was fouled often but went 16-for-32 from the free-throw line. A strong finish to the second quarter was big for Murtaugh, according to Devils head coach Todd Jensen.

“We had a nice little run there to end the half,” he said. “It gave us a little bit of a boost for sure.”

Murtaugh (3-4) will stay at home Friday against Wendall, while TFCA will play Camas County at home on Monday.

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Murtaugh 38, Twin Falls Christian Academy 34

TFCA; 6; 9; 7; 12; — 34

Murtaugh; 7; 13; 6; 12; — 38

TFCA (34) — Victoria Glaze 3, Abbie Nedrow 9, Hailey Wiest 11, Grace Miller 9, Rese Walker 2.

MURTAUGH (38) — Fatima Aguilera 12, Lisa Ambriz 6, Jenna Benites 3, Taire Setoki 12, Alissa Chatelain 5.

Bowling

Girls 

Minico 14, Jerome 0

High individual: Moriah Pinther (Minico), 221; Tiffany Bryant (Jerome), 121

Boys

Minico 14, Jerome 0

High individual: Logan Tibbetts (Minico), 210

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