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GBB Twin Falls 67 vs Spring Creek (NV) 33

Twin Falls 67, Spring Creek (Nev.) 33 TWIN FALLS — Eleven players scored the for Bruins in their blowout win to open the Twin Falls Holiday Tournament. McKayla Rodriguez scored 14 points (5-of-7 from the field), and Gracie Mumford scored 13 (5-of-6) for Twin Falls, which hosts Skyline on Friday back at the Holiday Tournament. ————————–

Twin Falls’ Douglas, Withers sign with CSI cross country

TWIN FALLS — This past fall, Alyse Douglas and Kami Withers were unsure if their running careers would continue past high school. That uncertainty is now gone. The Twin Falls High School seniors signed with the College of Southern Idaho cross country team. On Monday afternoon, they held a signing ceremony to celebrate their commitments

Girls athlete of the week: Morgan Harr, Twin Falls

The senior led the Twin Falls girls basketball team to a pair of Great Basin Conference wins this past week. On Tuesday, Harr scored 19 points in a 53-38 winover Wood River. Two days later, she scored 19 points again, this time in a 56-31 win over rival Canyon Ridge. The Bruins (3-3) have won three straight games.

Wrestling

Wendell beat Twin Falls JV 36-34, Challis 36-33 and North Gem 30-15. Twin Falls JV went 1-5 at the duals with its lone win over North Gem 48-30. Not all of the team scores were available.

Two Bruins claim Runner of the Year Honors

The district four Great Basin Conference announced their all-state cross country teams and two local runners were at the top. From the twin falls bruins teams, sophomore Mattalyn Geddes and senior Cannon Leavitt have been named Runners of the Year based on their finishes in the state meet. Mattalyn led the girl’s field and finished

Twin Falls improves to 2-0 in GBC with win over Canyon Ridge

TWIN FALLS — The Twin Falls High School girls basketball team defeated crosstown rival Canyon Ridge 56-31 on Thursday night to improve to 2-0 in Great Basin Conference play It wasn’t exactly easy early on, as some Riverhawks, including Alicia Beverly and Caitlin Crist, brought down offensive boards, making it a close game through the