High school sports roundup

John Peck

TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) Here's a look back at some of the sports scores for September 24-27.


Boys Soccer

Burley 2, Minico 2: Milton Hernandez and Luis Orozco scored for the Spartans.

Buhl 7, Gooding 0: Goals for Buhl: Danny Urias, Frank Reyes, Mauricio Velasquez, Victor Guezada, Dustin Dominguez, Josh Cruz and Nikko Villarreal

Girls Soccer

Twin Falls 1, Wood River 0: Madison Bailey finally broke through for the Bruins with a second-half score.


Wendell 3, Glenns Ferry 0 (25-15, 25-15, 25-13)

Lighthouse 3, Richfield 0 (25-16 25-14 25-11) Maycee Holloway had 24 assists, while Gracie Cover produced 21 kills in the win. The Lions improve to 6-0 in conference, 9-1 overall.



Twin Falls 3, Wood River 1: The Bruins took down the Wolverines on the road with Shelby Veenstra's 45 assists, Taylor Burnham's 15 kills, 18 digs by Clair Hodge, and the serving by Taylor Avram, who had six aces. Twin Falls improves to 9-1 in conference, 23-7 overall.

Shoshone 3, Hagerman 2: Despite the loss, the Pirates produced some crazy offensive stats. Elly Yore had a team-high 25 kills, 35 digs, five blocks and three aces, while Alaina Floyd added 25 digs and 28 assists.


Boys Soccer

Minico 4, Pocatello 3: Milton Hernandez scored two goals for the Spartans, while both Daniel and Giovanni Vega scored one apiece.


Lighthouse 3, Murtaugh 0 (26-24, 25-14, 25-21) Maycee Holloway produced 40 set assists, while Gracie Cover had 16 kills.

Carey 3, Hagerman 1: (25-16, 21-25, 25-12, 25-23) The Panthers took down the Pirates on Homecoming Night.


Boys Soccer

Wendell 2, Gooding 1: Justin Diaz and Bryan Florez scored for the Trojans.

Filer 5, Declo 0: Tristan Sullivan scored early, then Jesus Lopez followed with back to back goals ending the half with a 3-0 lead. In the second half Jesus Lopez connected again scoring his third goal. After a penalty on top of the 18, William Botch scored. Filer is now 7-1-2 and plays Bliss on Wednesday at home.

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