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Twin Falls 56, Burley 50

BURLEY — The Bruins pulled out a huge Great Basin Conference win Friday against the No. 2-ranked 4A team in the state.

Twin Falls snapped Burley’s nine-game winnings streak, handed the Bobcats their first conference loss of the season and forced a tie atop the GBC standings. Both teams are now 8-1 in the GBC, with wins against each other, and one regular season conference game remains.

Mitchell Brizee scored 13 points (4-of-6 from the field), Ryan Ball had 12 (5-of-8) and Faust Ystueta added 10 (3-of-10) for the Bruins (11-8), who host Jerome on Wednesday.

Ryan Bagley had a game-high 20 points (6-of-13 from the field, 6-of-8 from the free-throw line) and six assists for the Bobcats (14-4), who play at Wood River the same day.

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Twin Falls 56, Burley 50

Twin Falls 6 13 19 18 — 56

Burley 8 12 14 16 — 50

TWIN FALLS (56) — Winston Duggan 6, Drew Meyerhoeffer 7, Faust Ystueta 10, Gage Plew 1, Collin Aardema 2, Ryan Ball 12, Hudson Klundt 1, Mitchell Brizee 13.

BURLEY (50) — Andrew Ferrin 6, Ethan Gibbons 6, Ryan Bagley 20, Jace Whiting 9, Jackson Hill 9.

Canyon Ridge 68, Jerome 49

JEROME — Canyon Ridge hit 11 3-pointers in the Great Basin Conference road win over Jerome.

“Canyon Ridge really shot the lights out in the second half,” said Jerome coach Joe Messick. “They hit five threes in the third quarter.”

The Riverhawks held a 26-19 lead at the half and outscored the Tigers 42-30 in the second half, including 24-16 in the third quarter.

Canyon Ridge had five players in double figures, with the leading scorer, senior Izak Cuellar, finishing with 15 points. Senior Logan Ahlquist followed with 14, Avery Rambur had 12, Derek Clark added 11 and Sheldon Flanary had 10.

Jerome senior post Cole Baker tied Cuellar for game-high honors with 15 points. Anikin Hernandez chipped in 11 points, and senior Austin Bell had 10.

Jerome (7-13, 3-6) is at Twin Falls and Canyon Ridge (8-11, 3-6) hosts Minico on Wednesday.

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Canyon Ridge 68, Jerome 49

Canyon Ridge 15 11 24 18 — 68

Jerome 8 11 16 14 — 49

CANYON RIDGE (68) — Logan Ahlquist 14, Sheldon Flanary 10, Derek Clark 11, Avery Rambur 12, Louie Cresto 6, Izak Cuellar 15.

JEROME (49) — David Lloyd 2, Austin Bell 10, Anikin Hernandez 11, James Slone 5, Jordin Myers 6, Cole Baker 15.

Minico 84, Wood River 61

RUPERT — Every Spartan scored in Friday’s Great Basin Conference win, and one stood out from the other 12.

Minico junior post Kobe Matsen scored a game-high 31 points and grabbed 16 rebounds in the high-scoring victory. He shot 13-of-18 from the field, 1-of-1 from 3-point range and 4-of-5 from the free-throw line.

“Great energy, the way he rebounded and played downhill. Just a great mindset,” Minico coach Ty Shippen said. “We played really good team ball tonight, especially at the beginning.”

Brant Etherington scored 12 points, and Kasen Carpenter added 11 for the Spartans (12-7, 5-4), who play at Canyon Ridge on Wednesday.

Johnny Radford led Wood River with 27 points, and Colten Weatherly added 20.

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Minico 84, Wood River 61

Wood River 12 21 14 14 — 61

Minico 14 26 27 17 — 84

WOOD RIVER (61) — Canyon MacDonald 10, Johnny Radford 27, Christian Bothwell 3, Levi Newhouse 1, Colten Weatherly 20.

MINICO (84) — Regen Povlsen 3, Abe Guzman 2, Jacob Durrant 2, Kasen Carpenter 11, Jonathan Brumley 4, Kobe Matsen 31, Rylan Chandler 4, Brant Etherington 12, Tyler Munsee 3, Mason Harwood 8, Connor Stocking 2, Ben Puentes 2.

Buhl 58, Gooding 46

BUHL — the Indians improved to 5-1 in the Sawtooth Central Idaho Conference with the home win over the Senators.

“We came out and got on them the first quarter,” said Buhl coach Dan Winn. “They never quit and gave us a heck of a run in the second half.”

Buhl was leading at the break 34-20 but was outscored in the second half 26-24.

Gooding senior Shawn Pamplona posted a game-high 17 points in the loss. Adam Lauda paced the Indians with 15 points, and Garrett Bowman had 11.

Buhl (8-11) hosts Wendell and Gooding hosts Declo on Tuesday.

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Buhl 58, Gooding 46

Gooding 5 15 14 12 — 46

Buhl 17 17 11 13 — 58

GOODING (46) — Kolton Adkinson 3, Shane Jennings 6, Jayden Mullins 4, Cody Faulkner 8, Logan Strom 3, Shawn Pamplona 17, Cayden Loveland 5.

BUHL (58) — Adam Lauda 15, Payton Rodig 4, Carter Kelsey 4, Garrett Bowman 11, Jade Juker 5, Garrett Montgomery 8, Austin Azevedo 8, Joe Armitage 3.

Kimberly 62, Wendell 7

KIMBERLY — Kimberly’s Gage Burnham scored 15 points, and fellow senior guard Connor Golay followed with 11 in the nonconference win over Wendell.

Kimberly (14-5) is at Filer and Wendell is at Buhl on Tuesday.

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Kimberly 62, Wendell 7

Wendell 0 4 3 0 — 7

Kimberly 18 20 19 5 — 62

WENDELL (7) — Blake Hughes 3, Felipe Paniagua 1, Ben Orozco Diaz 1, Melvin Paniagua 2.

KIMBERLY (62) — Connor Golay 11, Gage Burnham 15, Noah Mooney 2, Dawson Cummins 7, Trey Garey 9, Braxton Hammond 7, Andrew Satterfield 6, Cade Doggett 3, Taylor Holcomb 2.

Valley 52, Raft River 28

HAZELTON — The Vikings handled the Trojans to secure the No. 1 seed in the Snake River Conference.

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“Our bench is playing really well,” Valley coach Brian Hardy said. “Alex Korom had a really good game. He worked hard tonight.”

Korom scored a game-high 15 points for Valley (15-4, 9-0), which ends the regular season at Oakley on Wednesday.

Raft River (9-9, 5-4) plays at Declo on Saturday.

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Valley 52, Raft River 28

Raft River 8 6 5 9 — 28

Valley 12 16 14 10 — 52

RAFT RIVER (28) — Zach Powers 2, Keegan Chatburn 5, Chris Harper 7, Ryan Spaeth 2, Rylee Spencer 3, Justin Schumann 2, Braxton Poole 5, Christian Lloyd 2.

VALLEY (52) — Jason Hardy 5, Fabian Juarez 7, Ben Christensen 8, Eddy Cano 8, Alex Korom 15, Zane Mussman 9.

Oakley 65, Shoshone 39

OAKLEY — The Hornets rolled to a Snake River Conference win.

Gannon Critchfield scored a game-high 20 points, while Jayden Palmer and Jake Pulsipher each added 11 for Oakley (10-8, 7-2), which wraps up the regular season Wednesday at home against Valley.

“The kids understand what’s at stake now,” Oakley coach Juan Rodriguez said. “Every game, we need to be playing our best at the end of the season. I thought they showed it today.”

Joe Koonce led Shoshone with 13 points, while Patrick Taber and Ethan Perry each scored 10.

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Oakley 65, Shoshone 39

Shoshone 4 13 10 12 — 39

Oakley 15 18 21 11 — 65

SHOSHONE (39) — Patrick Taber 10, Joe Koonce 13, Alex Cruz 2, Ethan Perry 10, Denny Arroyo 4.

OAKLEY (65) — Chandler Jones 6, Jayden Palmer 11, Jake Pulsipher 11, Caleb Arnell 3, Jace Robinson 5, Max Alves 2, Basin Bench 2, Gannon Critchfield 20, Austin Bedke 3, Braven Wadsworth 2.

Glenns Ferry 46, Hagerman 38

GLENNS FERRY — Kody Henslee’s 12 points helped the Pilots earn a Snake River Conference win.

The Pirates are 5-4 in conference play with one regular season conference game left.

Caleb Owsley scored a game-high 13 points for Hagerman.

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Glenns Ferry 46, Hagerman 38

Hagerman 7 8 8 15 — 38

Glenns Ferry 7 17 13 9 — 46

HAGERMAN (38) —Caleb Owsley 13, Herrington 7, Marez 3, Belem 2, Wise 7, Osbourne 5, AB Salas 2.

GLENNS FERRY (46) — Diego Gutierrez 6, Oscar Villavicencio 9, Shaye Grisham 8, Dillon Traudt 7, Kody Henslee 12, Wacey Williams 4.

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