Burley claims sole first place with OT win over Twin Falls; local scores

TWIN FALLS, Idaho ( KMVT / KSVT ) Twin Falls Boys Basketball has been on a tear lately, winning the past four games, including at Minico, which features a very challenging environment.

The Bruins are tied with third-ranked Burley in the Great Basin Conference for first place.

The fans are excited about Thursday night's match-up.

Bruins down nine with less than 30 seconds to go in the third quarter. Ryan Ball gets the bucket and one, he had a team-high 13.

He would miss the free throw, but Bruins get the rebound and Faust Ystueta drains the three pointer, it's a four point game.

We head to the fourth, Twin Falls with a chance to win the game here but ball puts a little too much on this layup, it's still 54 all.

Burley's Ryan Bagley with the long three point attempt, misses. We head into overtime.

Twin Falls goes into ball again, but there for the block Jackson Hill. Ball nearly gets this to go in, rebounded by Mitchell Brizee, that shot doesn't go in.

Burley up two, just over a minute to go, Bagley chases down the errant pass and takes off, and makes the basket to put the Bobcats up four.

He had a game-high 23 points. In the end, Twin Falls couldn't get the shots to fall and drop a tough one, 64-59.


Minico 58, Wood River 37: The Spartans won the road game without Larry Vega or Kobe Matsen.

Carey 60, Murtaugh 52

Jackpot 68, Hansen 34


Kimberly 33, Buhl 20: Both Schmitt annd Wadsworth produced 10 in the win. Sommers led the Indians with seven.

Oakley 41, Shoshone 31: Leading the way for the Lady Hornets, Brittany Hardy with 13 points. Pacing the Indians, Bailee Owens with 10. The Hornets move to 14-0 overall, 7-0 in conference play.

Carey 42, Murtaugh 37


Canyon Ridge VS. Kimberly
Kimberly 8 Canyon Ridge 6
High scores: Stephi Leazer 180 and Jenny Leazer 149 from Kimberly
Tameka Dalton 157 and Ravyn Barela 132 from Canyon Ridge


No. 4 Salt Lake 84, No. 9 CSI 64: The Bruins led 32-31 at halftime and stormed ahead in the second half. Charles Jones Jr. led CSI with 22 points. He added four assists and four rebounds. Khalid Thomas added 12 points and five rebounds, while Tommy Burton had eight points and seven rebounds.

CSI, which drops to 17-3 overall and 1-1 in league play, travels to Colorado Northwestern CC Saturday.


CSI 50, No. 7 Salt Lake 47: The Golden Eagles trailed the entire game until the final 34 seconds. Tiena Afu made a basket for two of her team-high 11 points, while Kaela McClure knocked down free throws in the final seconds. CSI finished the game shooting almost 40 percent from the field compared to 32 percent for Salt Lake. The Golden Eagles also showed poise at the free-throw line, making 70 percent.

CSI, now 16-4 overall and 1-1 in league play, travels to Colorado Northwestern Saturday.

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