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Boys soccer

Buhl 2, Community School 1

Sebastian Loza and Mauricio Velazquez each scored goals for the Indians in their upset victory over Community School. Johnny Blackburn scored for the Cutthroats.

Bliss 3, Gooding 0

Armando Cordoba scored twice, once on a penalty kick, while Steven Rubio added a third for the Bears in its shutout victory.

“The first half ended 0-0, but Bliss maintained possession the majority of the half,” said Bliss coach Dustin Henkelmann. “(Bliss) created many chances, but had a hard time finishing. Gooding’s goalie had an excellent first half. Despite that, Bliss executed the best passing game they’ve had all season.”

Added Henkelmann: “Bliss came out swinging in the second half. Armando Cordoba (Junior) took a shot that took a deflection off of a Gooding defender. Not long after Steven Rubio (sophomore) scored on a PK; and Armando Cordoba netted the third and final goal.

Despite the lower score that Bliss isn’t used to, this was one of the best games that I’ve seen Bliss play. Their chemistry on the field was solid, and their passing game was of a much higher caliber than usual. I’m very proud of my boys.”

Girls soccer

Community School 9, Buhl 0

Lily Fitzgerald scored three goals, Sage Rheinschild two, while Ella Viesturs, Nikki Sabiers, Kate Weatherholtz and Cailin Chandler also scored for the Cutthroats.

Filer 1, Declo 0

Colbie Kliegl scored the lone goal for Filer from 47-feet.

Bliss 2, Gooding 1

Jenny Rodriguez scored both goals for the Bears.


Lighthouse Christian 3, Hagerman 1 (25-20, 20-25, 25-16, 25-20)

Haylee Grossman and Jessica Lund combined for 30 kills for the Lions.

For Hagerman, Cameron Locklar had 27 digs, Natalie Firth 13 digs, Julianna Douville and Mackenzie Crist 28 assists, while Tristyn Hulme, Samantha McCrorey, Elly Yore and Mackenzie Crist had seven kills each.

CSI VB jumps up a spot to No. 3 in the nation; beat WWCC

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TWIN FALLS—The College of Southern Idaho Volleyball team won its sixth straight match, beating Western Wyoming CC 25-20, 25-16, 23-25, 25-18 Monday in Rock Springs, Wyo. On Tuesday, the Golden Eagles jumped a spot in the NJCAA National polls to the No. 3 spot as well.

The Golden Eagles weren’t as sharp Monday as they have been, but stll managed to take advantage of their many weapons to get past WWCC.

Ashelyn Jones and Alycia Wodke paced CSI with 10 kills apiece. Wodke added nine digs, while Jones had two blocks. Defensively Jojo Kruize paced the Golden Eagles with 12 digs. She also notched eight kills.

With the win, CSI improves to 17-4 overall. The Golden Eagles, which host Colorado Northwestern Friday at 7 p.m. and USU Eastern Saturday at 1 p.m., are still undefeated an atop the Scenic West Athletic Conference standings.

CSI rodeo in top spot through first half of season

PRICE, Utah—The College of Southern Idaho men’s and women’s rodeo teams finished off their fall season strong at the Utah State University Eastern rodeo Friday and Saturday.

The Golden Eagle men won the rodeo to maintain their Rocky Mountain Region lead with 2,490 points. Weber State University is in second with 2,155 points. On the women’s side, CSI scored 120 points at the USU Eastern Rodeo to take seventh. Still the Golden Eagles maintained second place in the region standings with 870 points. Idaho State University holds down first with 1,570 points.

Leading the way this weekend for the men was Mitch Pollock and Anthony Barrington. Pollock won Saddle Bronc Riding. Bailey Bench took fifth and Shaun Mentaberry was sixth. Barrington claimed top spot in Bareback Riding. Thomas Brown finished second with Clay Stone taking fourth. Stone also did well in Steer Wrestling, finishing fourth.

Luke Logan and Jake Logan combined to place fourth in Team Roping.

For the women, Sydney Porter placed third in Barrel Racing.

CSI will take a break until its first rodeo of the spring in Heber City, Utah March 3-4, 2017. Mark your calendars now for the CSI Cowboy & Cowgirl Boxing Smoker Jan. 28, 2017.


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