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Boys Basketball - Jerome Vs. Buhl

Buhl's Garrett Bowman (right) and Jerome's David Lloyd chase after the ball during their game Wednesday night, Nov. 29, 2017, at Buhl High School.

Boys basketball

Buhl 53, Filer 50 (OT)

FILER — Garrett Bowman sunk a half-court shot as time expired to give the Indians a thrilling Sawtooth Central Idaho Conference win.

In the moment, Buhl coach Dann Winn wasn’t sure if Bowman got the shot off on time, and he said the referees huddled to confirm the shot was good. The call stood.

“It was amazing,” Winn said. “It hurt if you’re Filer. They played really well. But it was our lucky night.”

Filer outscored Buhl 17-5 in the second quarter to take a 22-12 halftime lead, and it led 35-22 through three quarters. The Indians outscored the Wildcats 21-8 in the fourth quarter to force overtime.

Bowman scored a game-high 16 points, and Payton Rodig added 13 for Buhl (7-11, 4-1), which hosts Gooding on Friday.

Kaden Peron scored 13 points, and Nick Meyerhoeffer added 10 for the Wildcats (8-9, 2-3), who play at Marsh Valley the same day.

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Buhl 53, Filer 50 (OT)

Buhl 7 5 10 21 10 — 53

Filer 5 17 13 8 7 — 50

BUHL (53) — Adam Lauda 4, Jaxon Tews 4, Payton Rodig 13, Carter Kelsey 5, Garrett Bowman 16, Garett Montgomery 8, Austin Azevedo 2.

FILER (50) — Garret Miskin 7, Nick Meyerhoeffer 10, Tanner Sullivan 4, Josh Hughes 6, Kaden Peron 13, Miguel Perez 7, Cade Ackerman 3.

Burley 73, Jerome 54

BURLEY — Jace Whiting put up a 20-point performance as the Bobcats rallied from a 17-12 first-quarter deficit to an in-conference win.

Andrew Ferrin scored 15 points and Ryan Bagley posted 12 points for No. 3 Burley (14-3, 8-0), who will host Twin Falls on Friday.

Austin Bell and James Slone tallied 12 points and two 3-pointers apiece for Jerome (7-12, 3-5), who will host Canyon Ridge on Friday.

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Burley 73, Jerome 54

Jerome 17 6 15 16 — 54

Burley 12 22 25 14 — 73

JEROME (54) — David Lloyd 4, Austin Bell 12, Brandon Wright 5, Garrett Elison 2, Anikin Hernandez 3, James Slone 12, Jordin Myers 2, Korbin Cryer 2, Braydon Ahrens 3, Cole Baker 9.

BURLEY (73) — Brock Whitaker 9, Andrew Ferrin 15, Ethan Gibbons 6, Ryan Bagley 12, Jace Whiting 20, Jackson Hill 9, Ben Geary 2.

Twin Falls 66, Minico 53

TWIN FALLS — The Bruins held strong at home behind big performances from Winston Duggan and Mitchell Brizee.

The duo scored 18 points each for Twin Falls (10-8, 7-1), which will travel to Burley on Friday.

Both Kobe Matsen and Regen Povlsen scored 13 points for Minico (11-7, 4-4), who will host Wood River on Friday.

Canyon Ridge 54, Wood River 23

HAILEY — The Riverhawks got a road win against Wood River, who played without its top scorer, Johnny Radford.

Avery Rambur scored 14 points and Logan Ahlquist added 13 points for Canyon Ridge (7-11, 2-6), who will travel to Jerome on Friday. The duo combined for seven 3-pointers on the game.

Canyon MacDonald posted 10 points for Wood River (4-14, 0-8), who will play at Minico on Friday.

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Canyon Ridge 54, Wood River 23

Canyon Ridge 17 21 14 2 — 54

Wood River 2 9 10 2 — 23

CANYON RIDGE (54) — Jaymund Dyer 4, Logan Ahlquist 13, Hudson Pierce 5, Luke Teske 8, Avery Rambur 14, Louie Cresto 4, Izak Cuellar 6.

WOOD RIVER (23) — Canyon MacDonald 10, Brandon Scott 1, Diogo Varejao 2, Andrew Garratt 4, Levi Newhouse 2, Colten Weatherly 4.

Valley 59, Hagerman 28

HAGERMAN — Valley put up 24 points in the second quarter as they downed the Pirates.

“Valley is a legitimate No. 2 in the state and they played like it,” Hagerman head coach Mark Kress said.

Jason Hardy posted 19 points, including three 3-pointers, to lead Valley (14-4, 8-0), who will host Raft River on Friday.

Bryant Osbourne scored 11 for Hagerman (5-9, 1-7), who will travel to Glenns Ferry on Friday.

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Valley 59, Hagerman 28

Valley 15 24 14 6 — 59

Hagerman 10 5 8 2 — 28

VALLEY (59) — Jason Hardy 19, Ben Chrisensen 13, Zane Mussman 9, Fabian Juarez 8, Nikoli Carlquist 5, Nic Anderson 3, Alex Korom 2.

HAGERMAN (28) — Bryant Osbourne 11, Caleb Owsley 9, Terrell Wise 5, AB Salas 3.

Oakley 50, Raft River 38

MALTA — Oakley won in its Snake River Conference matchup against Raft River with sharp shooting from the free-throw line.

In a “good, physical game,” according to Raft River head coach Brian Poole, the Hornets shot 22-for-30 from the line, while Raft River shot 6-for-24.

Jake Pulsipher scored a game-high 16 points for Oakley (9-8, 6-2), who will host Shoshone on Friday to start a three-game homestand to close out the regular season.

Justin Schumann scored 12 points for the Trojans (9-8, 5-3), who will travel to No. 2 Valley on Friday.

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Oakley 50, Raft River 38

Oakley 11 14 12 13 — 50

Raft River 8 10 7 13 — 38

OAKLEY (50) —Chandler Jones 3, Tate Cranney 5, Jayden Palmer 2, Jake Pulsipher 16, Caleb Arnell 3, Max Alves 1, Gannon Critchfield 14, Austin Bedke 4

RAFT RIVER (38) — Chris Harper 5, Cutler Erikson 3, Ryan Spaeth 4, Rylee Spencer 5, Justin Schumann 12, Braxton Poole 3, Christian Lloyd 6.

Glenns Ferry 39, Shoshone 32

SHOSHONE — A 21-7 first half propelled the Pilots to a Snake River Conference victory.

Dillon Traudt scored a game-high 16 points, and Kody Henslee added 13 for Glenns Ferry (6-10, 4-4), which hosts Hagerman on Friday.

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Tyson Chapman and Patrick Taber each scored nine points for Shoshone (6-11, 0-8), which plays at Oakley the same day.

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Glenns Ferry 39, Shoshone 32

Glenns Ferry 10 11 9 9 — 39

Shoshone 5 2 8 17 — 32

GLENNS FERRY (39) — Oscar Villavicencio 3, Shaye Grisham 6, Dillon Traudt 16, Carson Grigg 1, Kody Henslee 13.

SHOSHONE (32) — Patrick Taber 9, Joe Koonce 4, Tyson Chapman 9, Ethan Perry 5, Ramon Rubalcava 3, Denny Arroyo 2.

Girls basketball

Declo 64, Wendell 28

DECLO — The Hornets handled the Trojans in the first round of the Canyon Conference tournament.

“We just had a gameplan a stuck to it,” Declo coach Heather Gibby said. “We wanted to use our inside girls to set up our outside, and that was the key.”

Declo’s Maddie Ramsey led all scorers with 17 points, and Jaesa Fox added 13. Rylee Dunn led Wendell with 14 points.

Both teams will meet again on Monday back at Declo. The Hornets can win the district title and advance to a 2A state play-in game with a win.

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Declo 64, Wendell 28

Wendell 4 15 6 3 — 28

Declo 22 16 10 15 — 64

WENDELL (28) — Rylee Dunn 14, Stevie Torres 3, Olivia Gines 2, Robin Moreno 6, Faith Mabey 1, Hollenbeck 2.

DECLO (64) — Kate Mallory 2, Maddie Ramsey 17, Sydney Ramsey 8, Amanda Bott 5, Kelly Montoya 5, Maddie Matthews 8, Kamree Williams 4, Emily Taylor 2, Jaesa Fox 13.

Wrestling

Minico 54, Jerome 12

98: Ethan Borrayo (J) pin James Burr, 1:06; 106: Avery Stimpson (M) pin Jose Treyes, 1:29; 113: Ryeker Andersen (M) dec. Adrian Mendez, 8-2; 120: Zak Allred (M) tech fall Ramon Cervantes, 17-0 3:27; 126: Armando Cordoba (J) dec. Jordell Smith, 8-3; 132: Dallas Andrade (M) by forfeit; 138: Peyton Ringling (J) dec. Ike Allred, 3-1; 145: Alejandro Murillo (M) dec. Jakob Murillo, 3-2; 152: Jacob Lopez (M) by forfeit; 160: Brian Borden (M) dec. Ezekial Williamson, 2-1; 170: Anthony Rawson (M) by forfeit; 182: Tazyn Twiss (M) maj. dec. Dylan Schvaneveldt, 9-0; 195: Kinardo Campos (M) by forfeit; 220: Jade Barendregt (M) dec. Fernando Luna, 3-1; 285: Juan Ruiz (M) SV-1 Nathan Rivera, 3-1

Boys bowling

Minico 11, Burley 3

High individuals: Curtis Fisk (M), 195; Ryder Garrard (B), 181.

Girls bowling

Burley 9, Minico 5

High individuals: Riley Severe (M), 169; Crystal Castro (B), 148.

Gooding 8, Canyon Ridge 6

High individuals: Alexius Brass (G), 231; Ravyn Barela (CR), 163.

 

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