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4-4A Boys Basketball
4-4A Boys Basketball
The Bruins rode a 16-point halftime lead to a Great Basin Conference win at home. The Bruins (12-8, 9-1) will host Hillcrest on Friday to close out the regular season. Winston Duggan 11, Lucas Young 4, Drew Meyerhoeffer 11, Faust Ystueta 6, Collin Aardema 2, Wyatt Haszier 8, Ryan Ball 5, Hudson Klundt 11, Mitchell Brizee
The Bruins held strong at home behind big performances from Winston Duggan and Mitchell Brizee. The duo scored 18 points each for Twin Falls (10-8, 7-1), which will travel to Burley on Friday.
JEROME — The Tigers started their home game hot against, but ended up falling to the Bruins. Jerome took a 17-8 first quarter lead, but the Bruins outscored the Tigers 30-6 in the second and third quarters combined. “Twin Falls’ pressure got to us there in the middle of the game,” Jerome head coach Joe
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
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
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
Twin Falls 69, Century 55 TWIN FALLS — The Bruins raced past the Diamondbacks for a nonconference 4A win. Twin Falls has beaten 5A Capital and the No. 2-ranked 4A team in the state media poll in its last three games. “At the beginning of the year, I don’t know if they knew how hard they needed
Twin Falls Boys Basketball challenged themselves with another 5A team in the schedule. This time it’s at home for a change. Late in the game, Twin Falls trailed Highland by nine points. The Rams were at the line as the Bruins are forced to foul. Colby Stevens makes one of two and Highland is up
The Wood River (Hailey, ID) varsity basketball team lost Friday’s neutral conference game against Twin Falls (ID) by a score of 56-26.