Girls basketball

Oakley 47, Wendell 37

WENDELL — The Hornets, ranked No. 2 in the 1A Division I media poll, downed the 2A Trojans to end the regular season with a 20-0 record.

Oakley seniors Rachael Mitton and Blakely Payton each scored 12 points. Wendell senior Robin Moreno was the top scorer for the night with 13 points.

Top-seeded Oakley will next play Thursday in Murtaugh in the Snake River Conference tournament against the winner of the Valley-Glenns Ferry first-round game.

Wendell plays Declo in Canyon Conference district tournament at Declo on Thursday.

Minico 43, Preston 38

PRESTON — Minico senior Saydi Anderson finished with 21 points in the nonconference win over the host Indians.

The No. 5-ranked Spartans trailed 28-18 at halftime but rallied in the second half, which included a 15-3 fourth quarter.

Minico has a first round bye in the Great Basin Conference district tournament.

Twin Falls 39, Hillcrest 34

IDAHO FALLS — The Bruins started out slow in the first half as the Knights outscored them 18-14, but Twin Falls came out strong after the break and won the second half 24-16.

Senior guard Kylie Baumert led the Bruins with 17 points and also had four rebounds. Twin Falls outrebounded Hillcrest 15-7).

Twin Falls hosts Canyon Ridge on Tuesday in the opening round of the Great Basin Conference district tournament.

Gooding 53, Canyon Ridge 46

GOODING — The 3A Senators improved to 14-4 with Thursday’s home win over the 4A Riverhawks.

Grace Parker scored a game-high 20 points, and Erika Anthony added 13 for Gooding, which hosts Wood River on Friday to end the regular season.

Caitlin Crist scored 15 points, and Bethany Romney added 10 for Canyon Ridge (4-16), which plays at rival Twin Falls on Tuesday to begin the Great Basin Conference tournament.


Gooding 53, Canyon Ridge 46

Canyon Ridge 8 9 10 19 —46

Gooding 13 7 16 17 —53

CANYON RIDGE (46) — Bethany Romney 10, Alexa Thomas 9, Lynzie Bryant 6, Grace Lupumba 2, Caitlin Crist 15, Alicia Beverly 4.

GOODING (53) — Gracie Faulkner 4, Riley Comstock 3, Erika Anthony 13, Grace Parker 20, Kassy Perkins 1, Mallory Brown 7, Kassie Adkinson 2, Keely Wolf 3.

Wood River 40, Buhl 28

BUHL — The 4A Wolverines subdued the 3A Indians for a win Thursday night.

Audra Mary scored a game-high 10 points for Wood River (6-13), which earned the No. 5 seed at the Great Basin Conference tournament, which begins next week. The Wolverines will play at No. 4 Jerome on Tuesday.

Sage Eckert scored nine points for Buhl (13-7), the No. 2 seed in the Sawtooth Central Idaho Conference tournament. The Indians host No. 3 Gooding on Monday night.

Boys basketball

Oakley 72, Hagerman 61

OAKLEY — Oakley senior Jayden Palmer sparked the Hornets with 29 points (9-of-18 from the field, 7-of-15 from 3-point range) and seven rebounds in the Snake River Conference home win.

Jake Pulispher finished with 13 points and Gannon Critchfield tallied 12 for Oakley. Bryant Osbourne scored a team-high 15 points for Hagerman, followed by Terrell Wise with 12.

Oakley hosts Carey on Saturday, and Hagerman hosts Valley on Wednesday.

Lighthouse Christian 73, Castleford 53

CASTLEFORD — The Lions held a 32-22 lead after the first half and outscored the Wolves 41-31 in the second half for the North Side Conference win.

Lighthouse Christian sophomore Karsten Brandsma was the leading scorer for the game with 18 points, followed by Jacob Yost with 14 and senior Jordan Bradshaw with 12. Junior Shawn Poulson led the Wolves with 15 points.

Castleford is at Murtaugh on Monday. Lighthouse Christian travels to Watersprings on Thursday.

Murtaugh 71, Richfield 54

RICHFIELD — The Red Devils overcame an early deficit and rolled to a North Side Conference win.

Murtaugh trailed 34-26 at halftime, but it outscored Richfield 31-9 in the third quarter to flip the picture.

“We played the best half of basketball our guys have played all year,” Richfield coach Chris Taber said. “We just ran out of gas. You go into the third quarter, and the first thing that goes is your decision-making.”

Taber said four of his players played two quarters in the JV game on Thursday.

Graden Dimond scored 16 points, Guillermo Zavala had 14 and Pablo Miranda and Kolby McClure each added 12 for the Red Devils (9-9, 5-1), who host Castleford on Thursday.

Ian Gill scored a game-high 17 points, and Justin Wood added 13 for the Tigers (2-15, 1-5), who play at Carey on Tuesday.


Murtaugh 71, Richfield 54

Murtaugh 11 15 31 14 — 71

Richfield 18 16 9 11 — 54

MURTAUGH (71) — Kolby McClure 12, Guillermo Zavala 14, Graden Dimond 16, Pablo Miranda 12, Austin Smith 4, Vicente Gomez 2, Kade Setoki 7, Tyler Chatelain 4.

RICHFIELD (54) — Marco Juarez 6, Ian Gill 17, Rance Allen 2, Jacob Whitesell 9, Justin Wood 13, Hayden Tree 7.

Camas County 52, Community School 32

FAIRFIELD — Trey Smith led the Musher offense with 19 points, followed by Remington Kramer with 12 and Erik Robles with 10, in the North Side Conference win.

Smith also had eight steals, and Robles had six. Community School senior Henry Pollock scored 16 points, and Peter Morawitz had 10.

“Our full-court pressure kind of gave them some trouble and rattled them,” said Camas County coach Jamon Frostenson.

Community School is at Dietrich and Camas County (6-8, 3-4) plays at Hansen on Tuesday.



Minico 10, Declo 3

High individuals:

Logan Tibbits 226 (Minico)

Dillon Johnson 207 (Declo)


Minico 12, Declo 2

High individuals:

Payton Severe 194 (Minico)

Hadley Knudson 115 (Declo)

Gooding 8, Canyon Ridge 4

High individuals:

Alexius Brass 184 (Gooding)

Ravyn Barela 177 (Canyon Ridge)

Gooding 10, Twin Falls 2

High individuals:

Alexius Brass 184 (Gooding)

Maribel Alvarez 152 (Twin Falls)