Despite new opposition, the Bruins rise to the challenge

TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) Despite the conference nearly doubling in size, the Twin Falls Girls Soccer team managed to escape unscathed.

The Bruins have enjoyed a 14-game win streak since the opening loss of the season to 5A power, Highland.

In the Great Basin Conference, Twin Falls has taken down new members, Century and Preston, both top ten 4A teams.

They finished conference play with a 13–0 mark, while the Diamondbacks ended with an 11–2 mark.

Twin Falls loves to score and averaged six goals a game during conference play.

Now the team prepares for the district playoffs that start this week.

The Bruins have a first round bye and don't play until Saturday when they face the lowest seed left. That game will take place at Sunway Soccer Complex at 9 a.m.


Girls Soccer

Community School 9, Filer 0 (Lily Fitzgerald 4, Christine Estep 2, Rylee Whorton, Crosby Boe, Addie Rafford). Assists: Whorton) Player of the Game: Rylee Whorton. The Cutthroats end the regular season 16-0 (14-0 league).

The game scheduled for Wednesday against Bliss has been forfeited. The Bliss Bears don’t have enough players to finish the season, giving the Cutthroats their final win of the regular season and a bye in the first round of the district tournament, which begins on Saturday. The Cutthroats will host the second round of Districts on Monday, Oct. 8.

Boys Soccer

Community School 2 (Ridley Lindstrom 2) Filer 1
*Man of the Match: Junior Defender Max Moss.
*Cutthroats are now 13-2
The Cutthroats' final regular season game of the season is home vs Bliss on Wednesday October 3 at 5.45 p.m.

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