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Twin Falls knocks off No. 2 Minico

TWIN FALLS — The Minico High School girls basketball could’ve secured the No. 1 seed in the Great Basin Conference on Tuesday night, but instead it suffered its first conference loss. Twin Falls knocked off the No. 2 Spartans in convincing fashion, 49-33, to avenge a loss in December to the Spartans. But it wasn’t

GBB Twin Falls (47) vs Canyon Ridge (37)

TWIN FALLS — Admittedly, it wasn’t the best performance the Twin Falls High School girls basketball team had come up with in recent memory. But, as head coach Nancy Jones said, a win is important, no matter how it comes. Despite an off shooting night — and a stellar effort from Canyon Ridge senior Caitlin

SPRING CREEK KIWANIS INVITATIONAL

Team scores: 1. Minico 256; 2. Spring Creek 224; 3. Lowry 178; 4. Caldwell 170.5; 5. Columbia 167; 6. Virgin Valley 130.5; 7. Churchill County 123; 8. Reno 110; 9. Twin Falls 105; 10. Battle Mountain 101; 11. Elko 98; 12. Reed 83.5; 13. Fernley 77.5; 14. North Valley 74; 15. Buhl 72; 16. Yerington

GBB Twin Falls 51 vs Wood River 31

Twin Falls 51, Wood River 31 TWIN FALLS — The Bruins took a slim halftime lead and turned it into a 20-point conference victory at home over Wood River. Kylie Baumert led the game with 14 points for Twin Falls. Audra Mary scored eight points for the Wolverines. The Bruins (8-8, 4-2) will make the

BBB Twin Falls (74) vs Minico (57)

 RUPERT – The Bruins stayed undefeated in Great Basin Conference play after Tuesday’s road win, their fourth straight and fifth in six games. “Very physical game. Lots of free throws,” Minico coach Ty Shippen said. “Twin played hard and played well. They were really aggressive on the boards.” Twin Falls shot 25-of-32 from the free-throw

BBB Twin Falls (48) vs Canyon Ridge (37)

TWIN FALLS — It was a game of runs, and then some. The Twin Falls High School boys basketball team jumped out to a big lead early, squandered it, then dominated the third quarter Friday night against rival Canyon Ridge. In the end, the Bruins prevailed 48-37. “We didn’t play our best in the first

GBB Twin Falls (44) vs Jerome (31)

JEROME — The Bruins picked up a conference win against Jerome, but not without overcoming tough play early.  “I felt like the game got physical in the first quarter,” Twin Falls head coach Nancy Jones said. “But we did a pretty good job settling down after all that. We needed that conference win.” Morgan Harr

Rollie Lane Team Results

23rd Place –  Twin Falls 74.5 106: 1, Hunter Mode, Crook County. 2, Kase Mauger, Twin Falls. 3, Mitchell Romero, Arvada West. 4, Michael Mitchell, Kuna. 5, Joshua Gallup, Skyview. 6, Luke Grisafi, Central Valley.

BBB Twin Falls 52, Bonneville 36

Twin Falls 52, Bonneville 36 BONNEVILLE – Twin Falls avenged its loss to Bonneville earlier in the season with a win on the road. “They thumped us at our place,” Bruins head coach Matt Harr said, “but if you can get your defense to travel, you can win basketball games.” The Bruins were also helped