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Kimberly 63, Buhl 34

BUHL — The Bulldogs handed the Indians their first Sawtooth Central Idaho Conference loss in dominant fashion Friday night.

Kimberly lost to Buhl 56-52 at home on Jan. 10. On Friday, the Bulldogs led 19-7 after one quarter and 33-10 at halftime.

“Kimberly came out very physical and very motivated,” Buhl coach Dan Winn said. “The first quarter, they had more energy, more effort on defense, and they rolled.”

Connor Golay scored a game-high 14 points, while Dawson Cummins and Noah Mooney each had 11 for Kimberly (12-5, 4-1), which hosts Declo on Thursday.

Buhl (6-11, 3-1) plays at Filer on Wednesday.

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Kimberly 63, Buhl 34

Kimberly 19 14 17 13 — 63

Buhl 7 3 18 6 — 34

KIMBERLY (63) — Connor Golay 14, Gage Burnham 4, Phillips 4, Noah Mooney 11, Dawson Cummins 11, Trey Garey 7, O’Donnell 3, Braxton Hammond 3, Satterfield 2, Holcomb 4.

BUHL (34) — Adam Lauda 7, Jaxon Tews 5, Payton Rodig 1, Carter Kelsey 8, Garrett Bowman 7, Garett Montgomery 3, Austin Azevedo 1, Alex Cordoba 2.

Filer 53, Gooding 36

FILER — The Wildcats handled the Senators for a Sawtooth Central Idaho Conference win.

Nick Meyerhoeffer and Josh Hughes each scored 10 points for Filer (8-8, 2-2), which hosts Buhl on Wednesday.

Gooding (1-13, 0-5) plays at Wendell on Tuesday.

Burley 62, Rigby 57

RIGBY — The 4A Bobcats beat the 5A Trojans for their eighth straight win. No other details were available.

Jerome 55, Wood River 41

HAILEY — The Tigers cruised to a Great Basin Conference win.

“We did a really nice job on the defensive end and controlled the tempo on the offensive end,” Jerome coach Joe Messick said.

Cole Baker scored 20 points, while Austin Bell and David Lloyd each had 11 for Jerome (7-11, 3-4), which plays at Burley on Wednesday.

Brandon Scott scored a game-high 23 points for the Wolverines (4-13, 0-7), who host Canyon Ridge the same day.

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Jerome 55, Wood River 41

Jerome 12 14 10 19 — 55

Wood River 10 7 12 12 — 41

JEROME (55) — David Lloyd 11, Austin Bell 11, Garrett Elison 4, Anikin Hernandez 5, Jordin Myers 2, Korbin Cryer 2, Cole Baker 20.

WOOD RIVER (41) — McDonald 2, Olson 7, Johnny Radford 4, Brandon Scott 23, Varejao 2, Bothwell 2, Weatherly 1.

Declo 48, Wendell 20

DECLO — The Hornets swept the Canyon Conference series with Friday’s blowout win. No other details were available.

Valley 65, Glenns Ferry 36

HAZELTON — The Vikings led 27-4 after one quarter and 50-17 at halftime of their Snake River Conference win.

“The first half was about as good as we can play,” Valley coach Brian Hardy said.

Ben Christensen scored a game-high 17 points, Jason Hardy had 12 and Alex Korom added 11 for Valley (13-4, 7-0), which plays at Hagerman on Wednesday.

Kody Henslee scored 12 points for Glenns Ferry (5-10, 3-4), which plays at Shoshone the same day.

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Valley 65, Glenns Ferry 36

Glenns Ferry 4 13 15 4 — 36

Valley 27 23 12 3 — 65

GLENNS FERRY (36) — Diego Gutierrez 2, Oscar Villavicencio 4, Shaye Grisham 6, Dillon Traudt 7, Carson Grigg 5, Kody Henslee 12.

VALLEY (65) — Jason Hardy 12, Fabian Juarez 2, Nikoli Carlquist 2, Ben Christensen 17, Eddy Cano 4, Nic Anderson 5, Alex Korom 11, Jacob Schilz 4, Zane Mussman 8.

Raft River 63, Shoshone 31

MALTA — The Trojans rolled to a Snake River Conference home win Friday night.

Rylee Spencer scored a game-high 17 points, and Justin Schumann added 12 for Raft River (9-7, 5-2), which hosts rival Oakley on Wednesday.

Ethan Perry scored nine points for Shoshone (6-10, 0-7), which hosts Glenns Ferry the same day.

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Raft River 63, Shoshone 31

Shoshone 4 8 6 13 — 31

Raft River 22 13 18 10 — 63

SHOSHONE (31) — Patrick Taber 8, Joe Koonce 8, Alex Cruz 3, Tyson Chapman 3, Ethan Perry 9.

RAFT RIVE5R (63) — Zach Powers 8, Keegan Chatburn 4, Chris Harper 2, Cutler Erickson 4, Ryan Spaeth 7, Rylee Spencer 17, Justin Schumann 12, Braxton Poole 7, Christian Lloyd 2.

Girls basketball

Gooding 57, Wood River 55

GOODING — Grace Parker sunk an elbow jump shot with about six seconds left to give the Senators a nonconference win in their final game of the regular season.

Gooding head coach Jysen Lancaster said his team trailed the entire game until Parker’s game-winner.

“It gives our girls confidence going into districts,” Lancaster said.

Parker scored a game-high 27 points, and Gracie Faulkner added 10 for the Senators (15-4), who play at Buhl on Monday in the first round of the Sawtooth Central Idaho Conference tournament. Buhl is the No. 2 seed, and Gooding is No. 3.

Patrea Topp scored 18 points, Audra Mary had 12, Torie King had 11 and Payson Bennett added 10 for the fifth-seeded Wolverines (6-14), who play at No. 4 Jerome on Tuesday in the first round of the Great Basin Conference tournament.

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Gooding 57, Wood River 55

Wood River 15 12 16 12 — 55

Gooding 9 11 18 18 — 57

WOOD RIVER (55) — Torie King 11, Luci Cuellar 2, Patrea Topp 18, Payson Bennett 10, Hailey Bjorkman 2, Audra Mary 12.

GOODING (57) — Gracie Faulkner 10, Erika Anthony 5, Grace Parker 27, Kassy Perkins 2, Mallory Brown 4, Kassie Adkinson 2, Keely Wolf 8.

Carey 45, Dietrich 42

CAREY — Athana Versis scored a game-high 24 points to lead the Panthers to a crucial North Side Conference win.

Carey (11-7) is now 6-0 in conference play, with only Tuesday’s home game against Richfield standing in the way of the top seed in the district tournament.

KayLee Hendrix scored 12 points for Dietrich (13-6, 4-2), which end the regular season at Castleford on Tuesday.

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Carey 45, Dietrich 42

Carey 15 7 10 13 — 45

Dietrich 11 12 6 13  — 42

CAREY (45) — Lindsey Morey 3, Shantell Chavez 5, Rylee Smith 2, Athana Versis 24, Kylie Wood 7, Kodi Green 2, Felicity Black 2.

DIETRICH (42) — KayLee Hendrix 12, Cassie Bethelson 6, Brianna Astle 9, Caylee Dilworth 8, Jaxen Eggleston 4, Quincie Christiansen 3.

Lighthouse Christian 50, Castleford 24

CASTLEFORD — The Lions handled the Wolves to end the regular season.

Chloe Gomez scored a game-high 13 points for Lighthouse (14-4, 7-1), which earned the No. 2 seed in the North Side Conference tournament and will face the No. 7 seed on Friday at Shoshone High School.

Maddy March scored 13 points for Castleford (0-17, 0-5), which plays at Murtaugh on Monday.

Murtaugh 48, Richfield 26

RICHFIELD — The Red Devils outscored the Tigers 24-2 in the first half, including a 15-0 second quarter, en route their North Side Conference win.

Lisa Ambriz and Alissa Chatelain each scored 13 points for Murtaugh (7-12, 2-4), which concludes the regular season at home against Castleford on Monday.

Serena Kent scored 10 points for Richfield (4-15, 2-5), which end the season Tuesday at Carey.

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Murtaugh 48, Richfield 26

Murtaugh 9 15 12 12 — 48

Richfield 2 0 11 12 — 26

MURTAUGH (48) — Fatima Aguilera 4, Lisa Ambriz 13, Jenna Benites 3, Abby Suitter 7, Leslye Tapia 8, Alissa Chatelain 13.

RICHFIELD (26) — Serena Kent 10, Shelby Buckner 6, Ashley Telford 2, Erica Kent 2, Kyndyl Allen 4, Randa Allen 2.

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