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Twin Falls 52, Bonneville 36

BONNEVILLE – Twin Falls avenged its loss to Bonneville earlier in the season with a win on the road.

“They thumped us at our place,” Bruins head coach Matt Harr said, “but if you can get your defense to travel, you can win basketball games.”

The Bruins were also helped offensively by Ryan Ball, who scored a team-high 18 points from the post.

Twin Falls (4-6) will host Canyon Ridge on Friday for the in-town rivalry game.

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Twin Falls 52, Bonneville 36

Twin Falls 12 8 16 15 —52

Bonneville 6 4 13 13 —36

TWIN FALLS (52) — Lucas Young 3, Faust Ystueta 7, Gage Plew 2, Colin Aardema 2, Wyatt Haszier 7, Ryan Ball 18, Hudson Klundt 6, Mitchell Brizee 7.

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Canyon Ridge 68, Buhl 59

TWIN FALLS – Canyon Ridge swept Buhl in back-to-back games with victory at home.

Four Riverhawks scored in the double digits, including team-high scorer Hudson Pierce with 14 points, but Adam Lauda of Buhl score the game-high with 26 points.

Canyon Ridge head coach Darren Van Hofwegen said his team found a way to defend Lauda better in the second half, as he scored 22 of his 26 in the first half.

“They did some good things offensively in the first half and we had to adjust down the stretch,” he said.

Canyon Ridge (4-6) will travel across town to face rival Twin Falls on Friday, while Buhl (2-7) will travel to Wendell on Friday.

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Canyon Ridge 68, Buhl 59

Buhl 17 21 14 7 —59

Canyon Ridge 12 26 14 16 —68

BUHL (59) — Adam Lauda 26, Paton Rodig 14, Carter Kelsey 5, Garrett Bowman 10, Eli Azevedo 2, Jaxon Tews 2.

CANYON RIDGE (68) — Hudson Pierce 14, Avery Rambur 2, Logan Ahlquist 11, Derek Clark 13, Izak Cuellar 4, Jaymund Dyer 4, Brendyn Milligan 6, Luke Teske 3, Louie Cresto 11.

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Pocatello 40, Jerome 31

POCATELLO – The Tigers fell on the road to Pocatello after leading by one point heading into the fourth quarter.

“That fourth quarter was a difference maker,” Jerome head coach Joe Messick said. “As far as the game, it was a defensive battle and offensive struggle on both sides.”

Cole Baker led Jerome, which had only four players record points, with 10 points. The Tigers (3-7) will host Wood River on Friday for an in-conference bout.

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Pocatello 40, Jerome 31

Jerome 9 12 4 6 —31

Pocatello 7 12 5 16 —40

JEROME (31) – Austin Bell 8, Anikin Hernandez 6, Jordin Myers 7, Cole Baker 10.

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Minico 75, Rigby 69

RIGBY — The Spartans picked up a tough road win fueled by a 25-point third quarter.

Kasen Carpenter led Minico with 22 points.

Minico (8-3) will travel to Burley on Friday.

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Minico 75, Rigby 69

Minico 14 13 25 13 —75

Rigby 12 19 19 19 —69

MINICO (75) — Regen Povlsen 15, Kasen Carpenter 22, Jonathan Brumley 3, Kobe Matsen 11, Brant Etherington 6, Tyler Munsee 4, Mason Harwood 4, Abe Guzman 9.

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Kimberly 57, Wood River 52

HAILEY — Kimberly came back in the second half to beat Wood River on the road.

After a 30-21 halftime lead, the Wolverines could only put up three points in the third quarter.

Trey Garey scored 19 points on the night for the Bulldogs, including three 3-pointers, but Johnny Radford recorded the game high in points with 23 for Wood River.

Kimberly (8-3) will host a conference game against Buhl on Wednesday, while Wood River (2-7) will travel to Jerome on Friday.

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Kimberly 57, Wood River 52

Kimberly;10;11;15;21;—57

Wood River;18;12;3;17;—52

KIMBERLY (57) — Connor Golay 8, Gage Burnham 7, Dawson Cummins 8, Trey Garey 19, Tristyn O'Donnell 4, Braxton Hammond 5, Andrew Satterfield 3, Taylor Holcomb 3.

WOOD RIVER (52) — Canyon MacDonald 2, Brayden Olson 14, Isaac Loomis 3, Johnny Radford 23, Brandon Scott 7, Christian Bothwell 2, Colten Weatherly 1.

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Valley 44, Raft River 28

MALTA — The Vikings picked up a road Snake River Conference win with the victory over the Trojans.

“Our kids played hard,” Raft River coach Brian Poole said. ”Valley is a well-coached team. Brian (Hardy) does a good job.”

Valley junior Zane Mussmann led all players with 17 points, and Raft River junior Rylee Spencer scored a team-high 10 for the Trojans.

Raft River (3-5, 2-1) hosts Murtaugh on Friday and Valley is at Dietrich on Saturday.

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Valley 44, Raft River 28

Valley 11 7 12 14 —44

Raft River 8 7 3 10 —28

VALLEY (44) — Jason Hardy 8, Adam Elorrieta 3, Nikoli Carlquist 2, Ben Christensen 8, Eddy Cano 2, Nic Anderson 4, Zane Mussmann 17.

RAFT RIVER (28) — Zach Powers 2, Keegan Chatburn 6, Rylee Spencer 10, Justin Schumann 5, Braxton Poole 2, Ryan Spaeth 3.

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Dietrich 70, Glenns Ferry 41

GLENNS FERRY — Dietrich seniors Kade Shaw scored 24 points and Slade Dill recorded a double-double with 19 points and 11 boards in the road win over the Pilots.

“The kids played and executed better in the second half,” Dietrich coach Wayne Dill said. “Glenns Ferry played a real good first half.”

Glenns Ferry sophomore Kody Henslee led the Pilots with 22 points. Glenns Ferry hosts Shoshone on Wednesday. Dietrich (6-1, 1-0) is at Hansen on Thursday.

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Dietrich 70, Glenns Ferry 41

Dietrich 18 13 26 13 —70

Glenns Ferry 8 20 4 9 —41

DIETRICH (70) — Tel Shaw 3, Brady Power 4, Shane Van Tassell 2, Raygn Robertson 4, Kade Shaw 24, Slade Dill 19, Lon Page 8, Andy Power 6.

GLENNS FERRY (41) — Oscar Villavicencio 8, Shaye Grisham 5, Carson Grigg 6, Kody Henslee 22.

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Horseshoe Bend 84, Camas County 66

HORSESHOE BEND — Despite 30 points from sophomore guard Trey Smith including six 3-pointers, the Mushers were beaten by the Mustangs.

“It was a good game,” Camas County coach Jamon Frostenson said. “They shot the ball really well. They had 10 3-pointers.”

Camas County (3-4) hosts Richfield on Friday.

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Horseshoe Bend 84, Camas County 66

Camas County 19 16 13 18 —66

Horseshoe Bend 25 20 22 17 —84

CAMAS COUNTY (66) — Erik Robles, 9 Michael Brown 10, Remington Kramer 9, Trey Smith 30, Colby Thompson 8.

Girls basketball

Gooding 57, Declo 38

GOODING – The Senators were victorious at home against Declo behind a balanced scoring effort from their offense.

Gooding had three players in double digits: Gracie Faulkner (19), Grace Parker (14) and Erika Anthony (10). Declo’s Jaesa Fox contributed 13 points for her side.

“We just played well, and we shot really well tonight,” Gooding head coach Jysen Lancaster said.

Gooding improves to 10-2 with the win and will host American Falls on Monday. Delco (4-7) will take on Raft River at home on Wednesday.

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Gooding 57, Declo 38

Declo 4 12 8 13 —38

Gooding 12 16 20 9 —57

DECLO (38) — Maddie Ramsey 8, Amanda Bott 6, Kelly Montoya 4, Maddie Matthews 4, Kamree Williams 2, Jaesa Fox 13.

GOODING (57) — Gracie Faulkner 19, Erika Anthony 10, Grace Parker 14, Kassy Perkins 3, Mallory Brown 6, Kassie Adkinson 2, Keely Wolf 3.

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Horseshoe Bend 37, Camas County 25

HORSESHOE BEND — Camas County freshman Samantha McFadyen had 12 points in the Mushers lost to the host Mustangs.

“It was a breakout night for Samantha (McFadyen),” Camas County coach Matt McLam said.

Camas County (0-8) hosts Richfield on Friday.

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Horseshoe Bend 37, Camas County 25

Camas County 8 4 8 5 —25

Horseshoe Bend 12 8 10 7 —37

CAMAS COUNTY (25) — Megan Tews 4, Aisha Clarke 3, Ashlynn Whittle 6, Samantha McFadyen 12.

Wrestling

Minico 70, Twin Falls 12

98: James Burr (M) by forfeit. 106: Avery Stimpson (M) maj. dec. Troy Morfin (TF), 17-4. 113: Ryeker Andersen (M) dec. Jaden Elsing (TF), 6-4 (SV-1). 120: Zack Allred (M) dec. Anthony Maldonado (TF), 7-0. 126: Dawson Osterhout (M) pin Cole Massey (TF), 5:16. 132: Dallas Andrade (M) pin Atticus Martinez (TF), 1:01. 138: Ike Allred (M) pin Phillip Cummins (TF), 1:31. 145: Adam Clapier (M) pin Gabe Lauda (TF), 1:32. 152: Brian Borden (M) pin Khai Ruiz (TF), 0:21. 160: Anthony Rawson (M) by forfeit. 170: Tazyn Twiss (M) by forfeit. 182: Kinardo Campos (M) pin Lukas Ovcarenko (TF), 4:18. 195: Jade Barendregt (M) pin Skyler Carr (TF), 0:49. 220: Austin Hatch (TF) pin Michael Martindale (M), 1:14. 285: Angel Mendoza (TF) pin Johnny Auilar (M), 3:36.

Bowling

Boys

Minico def. Declo 10-4. High individual: Logan Tibbits (M), 246.

Girls

Minico def. Declo 12-2. High individual: Moriah Pinter (M), 201.

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