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4A District IV Cross Country Championships (copy)

Kirsys Cambell, right, of Wood River High School and Alyse Douglas of Twin Falls High School during the 4A District IV Cross Country Championships on Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2014 at Twin Falls Golf Club.

HAILEY – Local teams of all classifications headed north to run in the Wood River Invitational Saturday.

At the 3A/4A level, Twin Falls girls beat Buhl by 50 points for first place. Kimberly finished with 94 points, 23 behind Buhl in a tie for fourth place.

On the boys side, Twin Falls finished with a score of 62, beating out Canyon Ridge by 17 points for first place. Wood River finished fourth, and Kimberly finished 28 points back in fifth place.

Sophomore Mattalyn Geddes, in her first year running for the Bruins, shattered the girls course record with a time of 19:48.08. Geddes beat the record set last year by former Bruin Haley Schaeffer by more than 40 seconds, according to Twin Falls head coach Marty Grindstaff.

Nicole Cook of Jerome (21:49.95) finished second, and two other Bruins — sophomore Brinlee Garling and senior Alyse Douglas — finished third and fourth. Buhl senior Kendra Benson finished fourth with a time of 22:24.20.

Five of the top seven finishers were from Twin Falls. With Serena Sheldon of Buhl checking in a ninth, the Indians had the top two 3A times.

Twin Falls junior Cooper Traveller upset his older brother, Cache, by 15 seconds for first place on the boys side. Burley sophomore Jacob Detemple (17:43.22) finished three seconds behind Cooper for second place. Two Wood River runners — Wil McGonigal and Gabe Smith-Nilsen — finished fifth and sixth, and Canyon Ridge junior Trajan Holtzen (18:18.19) finished eighth. Riverhawks freshman Ryker Holtzen also finished 13th.

At the 1A/2A level, Valley boys finished in third place with 78 points, behind Greenleaf Friends and 16 points behind Challis for first. Declo finished fourth with 98 points, and Castleford finished fifth with 110.

Ben Christensen of Valley won the boys race with a time of 17:48.77. Johnny Hagenbuch of Community School finished third (18:04.08), and Nathan Critchfield of Oakley finished fourth (18:41.89). Two Declo runners — Wyatt Garner and Duncan Blackmon — finished in the top eight, and two other Valley runners finished in the top 14.

On the girls side, Wells (Nevada) was the lone team that recorded a full team score. Individually, Sophia Mazzoni of Community School finished with a time of 22:54.46, beating out teammate Sydney Palmer Leger by two seconds for first place. Erica Kent of Richfield (23:18.47) finished third, and Kelsey Henry of Valley (23:56.31) finished sixth. Two Oakley runners — Keely Cranney and Azlyn Gillette — finished in the top 10.

1A/2A Team Results


1. Challis 62

2. Greenleaf Friends 64

3. Valley 78

4. Declo 98

5. Castleford 110

6. Jackpot 126

7. Oakley 158

8. Butte County 184

9. Wells 251

1A/2A Individual Local Results


1. Sophia Mazzoni, Community School 22 54.46

2. Sydney Palmer Leger, Community School 22 56.94

3. Erica Kent, Richfield 23 18.47

6. Kelsey Henry, Valley 23 56.31

7. Keely Cranney, Oakley 24 16.11

8. KayLee Hendrix, Dietrich 24 24.28

9. Olivia Gines, Wendell 25 01.89

10. Azlyn Gillette, Oakley 25 08.08


1. Ben Christensen, Valley 17 48.77

3. Johnny Hagenbuch, Community School 18 04.08

4. Nathan Critchfield, Oakley 18 41.89

6. Wyatt Garner, Declo 19 22.85

8. Duncan Blackmon, Declo 19 26.16

10. Woody Smith, Wendell 19 44.20

3A/4A Team Results


1. Twin Falls 21

2. Buhl 71

3. Mountain Home 94

4. Kimberly 94

5. Jerome 99

6. Wood River 128

7. Canyon Ridge 190

8. Parma 205


1. Twin Falls 62

2. Canyon Ridge 79

3. Ridgevue 101

4. Wood River 117

5. Kimberly 145

6. Jerome 146

7. Parma 153

8. Mountain Home 180

9. Burley 213

10. Gooding 268

11. Buhl 293

12. Filer 311

3A/4A Individual Local Results


1. Mattalyn Geddes, Twin Falls 19 48.08

2. Nicole Cook, Jerome 21 49.95

3. Brinlee Garling, Twin Falls 21 59.53

4. Alyse Douglas, Twin Falls 22 10.20

5. Kendra Benson, Buhl 22 24.20

6. Ashley Hutchinson, Twin Falls 22 34.25

7. Kami Withers, Twin Falls 22 43.72

9. Serena Sheldon, Buhl 23 17.37

10. Meg Walker, Kimberly 23 22.53

11. Mary Kate Marshall, Filer 23 23.00

12. Brinley Humphreys, Kimberly 23 26.67

14. Lara Maccabee, Twin Falls 23 54.52

15. Keely Wolf, Gooding 23 55.55


1. Cooper Traveller, Twin Falls 17 40.53

2. Jacob Detemple, Burley 17 43.22

3. Cache Traveller, Twin Falls 17 55.60

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5. Will McGonigal, Wood River 18 05.24

6. Gabe Smith-Nilsen, Wood River 18 11.63

7. Koby Driscoll, Jerome 18 14.24

8. Trajan Holtzen, Canyon Ridge 18 18.19

9. Tucker Burnham, Twin Falls 18 26.45

13. Ryker Holtzen, Canyon Ridge 18 49.96

14. Kirby Heider, Kimberly 18 50.93

15. Nathan Baecht, Canyon Ridge 19 00.65

Girls soccer

Canyon Ridge 4, Community School 4

SUN VALLEY – One year ago, Community School girls soccer strolled into Twin Falls with a perfect 11-0 record. The small school from the north was looking to knock off a talented Canyon Ridge team that looked capable of making a deep run in the 4A state tournament.

Instead, the Cutthroats were pounded by a score of 5-1. Head coach Kelly Feldman called the game, which turned out to be her team’s lone loss until the 3A state championship game, “the turning point.”

This time around, with most of its key players returning, Community School played the Riverhawks to a 4-4 draw to move to 7-0-1 on the season.

Lily Fitzgerald scored two goals for the Cutthroats, and Ella Viesturs and Kate Weatherholtz each added a goal.

The Riverhawks, on the other hand, are looking to replace a talented senior class this season. They’ve started conference play 2-1 with two blowout wins over Minico and Burley and a shutout at the hands of Wood River. On Saturday, standout senior Caitlin Crist scored two goals, and Ashley Conrad and Kali Crawford each scored one.

Canyon Ridge next travels to Jerome for a Great Basin Conference matchup on Monday. Community School hosts Filer in a High Desert Conference match Tuesday.

Preston 1, Twin Falls 0

TWIN FALLS — The Indians shut out the Bruins at the Sunway Soccer Complex to even up the series this season.

The teams first met on August 26 in Preston, and Twin Falls won 3-0.

The Bruins (4-2) next host Minico on Monday.

Century 6, Burley 0

BURLEY — The Bobcats’ losing streak increased to five games following Saturday’s nonconference blowout.

Burley (1-6) plays at Wood River on Monday.

Boys soccer

Canyon Ridge 4, Community School 1

TWIN FALLS — The Riverhawks avenged their 1-0 loss to the Cutthroats last season with a commanding win in Saturday’s nonconference game.

Canyon Ridge led just 1-0 at halftime but increased the lead to 3-0 before Cash Dart put Community School on the board.

Sagar Bhattarrai, Abdelgadir Mohamed, Jorge Sosa and Maurilio Tapia scored for the Riverhawks (5-1), who host Jerome on Monday.

The Cutthroats (6-2) next host Filer on Tuesday.

Twin Falls 1, Preston 1

TWIN FALLS — In their second meeting against the Indians this season, the Bruins earned a tie.

Jake Hillman put the Bruins ahead with a first-half goal, and the 1-0 lead remained until the final three minutes, when Preston scored on a penalty kick.

Twin Falls (1-1-4) plays at Minico on Monday.

Wood River 6, Madison 0

HAILEY — The 4A Wolverines dominated the 5A Bobcats for a nonconference win on Saturday. No other details were available.

Wood River (6-1) plays at Burley on Monday.

Rigby 3, Minico 1

RIGBY — The Spartans dropped Saturday’s nonconference road game to extend their losing streak to six.

Senior Daniel Avila scored the lone goal for Minico (2-6), which hosts fellow Great Basin Conference team Twin Falls on Monday.


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