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Sports 4/17/24


From yesterday’s softball games in the valley, Minico took both games in a double header against Mountain Home 9 to 7 and 17 to 2.  Buhl ousted Canyon Ridge in a double header 12 to 2 and 16 to 12.  Kimberly took the win in both games against Filer 17 to 9 and 13 to 2.  Gooding downed Declo 6 to 5.



On the baseball diamonds, Kimberly for the win in both games of a double header 18 to 7 and 14 to 8.  Buhl defeated Declo 11 to 0.



On today’s high school baseball schedule, Burley will travel to Jerome.  CanyonRidge is on the road to Preston.  Vision Charter will visit Lighthouse Christian in Twin Falls. 

For Softball, Glenns Ferry will visit Greenleaf Friends. 



Boise State men's golf fell to Idaho in the inaugural Battle of Idaho, but Cole Rueck closed strong to finish as the Co-Champion of the event, yesterday at Hillcrest Country Club.  Rueck birdied the sixth and seventh holes to pull even with the Vandals' Joe Sykes, and he made par on his final two holes to finish the 54-hole tournament at 6-over 219



The Idaho State women's tennis team was searching for their first ever regular season Big Sky championship. After taking down top seeded Montana on Sunday, the Bengals would face Lewis-Clark State College on Monday in a non-conference matchup, followed by the University of Idaho yesterday morning. With a win against the Vandals, ISU would clinch at least a share of the regular season championship.



The College of Southern Idaho Baseball Team beat Utah State University Club 14-4 and 12-2 yesterday in a non-conference mid-week matchup. CSI, 24-21 overall, has a bye weekend before traveling to USU Eastern the following Friday and Saturday.

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