Varsity Extra Scoreboard: Thursday, Oct. 17

October 18, 2013 

FOOTBALL

CAPITAL 77, BORAH 27

Borah 7 14 6 0—27

Capital 21 21 28 7—77

First Quarter

CAP—Poulson 10 run (Larsen kick)

CAP—Foley 8 pass from Poulson (Larsen kick)

BOR—Bilger 12 pass from Skinner (Szuch kick)

CAP—Kingmixay 61 run (Larsen kick)

Second Quarter

CAP—King Jr. 19 pass from Poulson (Larsen kick)

CAP—Idoeta 1 run (Larsen kick)

BOR—Bilger 11 pass from Skinner (Szuch kick)

CAP—Kingmixay 21 run (Larsen kick)

BOR—Dennis 10 pass from Skinner (Szuch kick)

Third Quarter

CAP—Poulson 9 run (Larsen kick)

BOR—Bilger 62 pass from Skinner (kick failed)

CAP—Idoeta 2 run (Larsen kick)

CAP—Littlejohn 8 pass from Poulson (Larsen kick)

CAP—Fontenot 4 run (Larsen kick)

Fourth Quarter

CAP—Bixey 42 run (Larsen kick)

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICAL LEADERS

RUSHING — Borah, Thrift 10-79, Niederer 5-72, Williams 6-31, Woods 7-24, Skinner 6-17, Gray 1-5. Capital, Kingmixay 14-170, Poulson 14-131, Bixey 1-42, Jackson 2-21, Foley 3-11, Littlejohn 2-11, Sandoval 1-4, Idoeta 3-3, Fontenot 2-3.

PASSING — Borah, Skinner 11-19-1 198, Gray 1-1-0 9. Capital, Poulson 18-21-1 284.

RECEIVING — Borah, Bilger 7-147, Dennis 4-55, Thrift 1-5. Capital, Littlejohn 6-122, Jackson 4-65, King Jr. 3-41, Foley 4-35, Kingmixay 1-21.

5A SIC

Conf. Overall

Capital 7-0 8-0

Rocky Mountain 5-1 6-1

Eagle 5-1 5-1

Mountain View 4-2 4-2

Timberline 3-3 3-3

Centennial 2-4 2-4

Borah 2-5 2-5

Vallivue 1-5 2-5

Boise 1-5 1-5

Meridian 1-5 1-5

Thursday’s game

Capital 77, Borah 27

Friday’s games

Timberline at Boise (DLP), 7 p.m.

Centennial at Rocky Mountain, 7 p.m.

Mountain View at Eagle, 7 p.m.

Vallivue at Meridian, 7 p.m.

Thursday, Oct. 24

Rocky Mountain at Borah (DLP), 7 p.m.

Friday, Oct. 25

Meridian at Boise (DLP), 7 p.m.

Capital at Centennial, 7 p.m.

Timberline at Eagle, 7 p.m.

Vallivue at Mountain View, 7 p.m.

4A SIC

Conf. Overall

Bishop Kelly 5-0 6-0

Skyview 4-1 5-1

Kuna 4-2 4-2

Nampa 3-2 3-3

Emmett 3-3 4-3

Columbia 2-3 3-3

Middleton 1-4 1-5

Caldwell 1-4 1-5

Mountain Home 1-5 1-6

Friday’s games

Bishop Kelly at Middleton, 7 p.m.

Kuna at Caldwell, 7 p.m.

Emmett at Columbia, 7 p.m.

Skyview at Nampa, 7 p.m.

Friday, Oct. 25

Columbia at Bishop Kelly, 7 p.m.

Caldwell at Nampa, 7 p.m.

Mountain Home at Kuna, 7 p.m.

Middleton at Skyview, 7 p.m.

3A SRV

Conf. Overall

Homedale 3-0 5-1

Fruitland 2-1 6-1

Weiser 1-1 2-4

Parma 0-2 1-5

Payette 0-2 1-5

Friday’s games

Fruitland at Weiser, 7 p.m.

Gooding at Homedale, 7 p.m.

Payette at Parma, 7 p.m.

Friday, Oct. 25

Homedale at Payette, 7 p.m.

Parma at Weiser, 7 p.m.

2A WIC

Conf. Overall

Cole Valley 3-0 6-0

New Plymouth 3-0 4-2

Melba 2-1 4-2

Marsing 1-2 4-2

Nampa Christian 0-3 1-5

McCall-Donnelly 0-3 0-6

Friday’s games

Cole Valley at McCall-Donnelly, 7 p.m.

Nampa Christian at Marsing, 7 p.m.

Melba at New Plymouth, 7 p.m.

Friday, Oct. 25

New Plymouth vs. Cole Valley (at Vallivue High), 7 p.m.

Marsing at Melba, 7 p.m.

McCall-Donnelly at Nampa Christian, 7 p.m.

1A DIVISION I

Conf. Overall

Idaho City 1-0 2-4

Rimrock 1-0 1-5

Notus 0-1 3-3

Greenleaf 0-1 1-3

Friday’s games

Greenleaf at Idaho City, 7 p.m.

Rimrock at Notus, 7 p.m.

Friday, Oct. 25

Greenleaf at Notus, 7 p.m.

Idaho City at Rimrock, 7 p.m.

1A DIVISION II

Conf. Overall

Salmon River 4-0 7-0

Garden Valley 3-1 5-1

Council 2-1 4-2

Horseshoe Bend 2-2 4-3

Wilder 2-3 4-3

Cascade 1-3 1-5

Tri-Valley 0-4 1-6

Friday’s games

Horseshoe Bend at Cascade, 3:30 p.m.

Wilder at Council, 7 p.m.

Garden Valley at Salmon River, 7 p.m.

Friday, Oct. 25

Council at Cascade, 3:30 p.m.

Horseshoe Bend at Garden Valley, 3:30 p.m.

Tri-Valley at Salmon River, 7 p.m.

5A SIC STATISTICAL LEADERS

Through Oct. 11

Team Offense

Rush Pass Total YPG PPG

Rocky Mtn. 2154 1565 3719 531 47.9

Eagle 1803 912 2715 543 44.0

Capital 1934 1207 3141 449 43.9

Mtn. View 1787 941 2728 455 38.3

Borah 654 1458 2112 352 26.7

Vallivue 1821 477 2298 328 22.9

Timberline 928 1252 2180 363 22.2

Centennial 1431 711 2142 357 21.5

Boise 553 1465 2018 336 20.0

Meridian 837 724 1561 260 12.7

Team Defense

Rush Pass Total YPG PPG

Capital 1073 811 1884 269 16.3

Eagle 950 796 1746 349 16.6

Rocky Mtn. 880 1337 2217 370 24.6

Timberline 1057 910 1967 328 27.0

Mtn. View 933 1300 2233 372 29.3

Centennial 1130 917 2047 341 29.8

Borah 1807 772 2579 430 30.0

Vallivue 1308 1287 2595 371 34.9

Meridian 1358 1244 2602 434 36.3

Boise 2180 1126 3306 551 44.0

Passing

Att Cmp Tot TD Int

Bradshaw, RM 152 98 1547 20 6

Skinner, Borah 203 122 1455 15 8

Cox, Boise 217 130 1382 14 8

Stefanic, Timb. 177 90 1250 8 10

Poulson, Capital 141 104 1174 16 1

Turner, Mtn. View 124 60 941 8 3

Williams, Eagle 74 50 865 12 1

Stout, Meridian 141 56 651 2 7

Bell, Centennial 68 33 553 4 4

LaFollette, Vallivue 49 26 408 3 2

Rushing

Att Yds YPC TD

Buss, Mtn. View 151 1178 7.80 16

Crimmins, RM 112 711 6.35 15

Gamble, Vallivue 140 681 4.86 7

Stout, Meridian 90 654 7.27 7

Poulson, Capital 90 548 6.09 9

Bradshaw, RM 65 526 8.09 3

Kingmixay, Capital 40 505 12.63 5

Williams, Eagle 64 487 7.61 4

Zimmerman, Timb. 68 480 7.06 4

Schrader, Eagle 71 476 6.70 4

Receiving

Rec. Yds Avg TD

Nawahine, RM 26 635 24.42 5

Mayne, Boise 44 559 12.70 7

Amundsen, Timb. 30 499 16.63 3

Knight, Rocky Mtn. 23 419 18.22 6

Rowe, Boise 44 411 9.34 5

Dennis, Borah 36 405 11.25 2

Littlejohn, Capital 28 384 13.71 7

Murkle, Centennial 19 382 20.11 2

Williams, Borah 26 371 14.27 7

Bilger, Borah 26 358 13.77 5

Interceptions

No.

White, Mtn. View 5

Pearson, Capital 5

Frost, Meridian 4

Johnson, Rocky Mtn. 3

Littlejohn, Capital 3

La Barbera, Vallivue 2

Chanthou, Vallivue 2

Moss, Timberline 2

Wagner, Timberline 2

Nawahine, Rocky Mtn. 2

Guzzetti, Mtn. View 2

Stout, Meridian 2

Bilger, Borah 2

Gustavsen, Boise 2

Sacks

No.

Oliver, Rocky Mtn. 4

Callis, Rocky Mtn. 3.5

Di Lulo, Boise 3

Tenorio, Capital 3

Thorell, Capital 3

Semons, Eagle 3

Johnson, Rocky Mtn. 3

Wagner, Timberline 3

Turlington, Mtn. View 2.5

Wilson, Mtn. View 2.5

Romjin, Rocky Mtn. 2.5

NOTE: These statistics are compiled using information provided by 5A Southern Idaho Conference coaches. Eagle’s stats do not include last week’s game against Rocky Mountain.

4A SIC STATISTICAL LEADERS

Through Oct. 14

Team Offense

Rush Pass Total YPG PPG

Skyview 1114 1564 2678 446 45.7

Bishop Kelly 1190 979 2169 362 39.2

Kuna 660 636 1296 432 36.3

Columbia NA NA NA NA 25.5

Caldwell 801 299 1100 275 21.0

Nampa 932 544 1476 246 18.7

Middleton 1055 577 1632 272 18.5

Emmett 1207 424 1631 272 16.3

Mtn. Home 890 681 1571 262 13.3

Team Defense

Rush Pass Total YPG PPG

Bishop Kelly 612 595 1207 201 11.2

Emmett 619 693 1312 219 13.5

Skyview 610 825 1435 239 17.0

Kuna NA NA NA NA 19.7

Mtn. Home 884 612 1496 249 23.3

Nampa 1705 633 2338 390 24.5

Middleton 1314 486 1800 300 28.0

Columbia NA NA NA NA 33.2

Caldwell NA NA NA NA 36.2

Passing

Att Cmp Tot Int TD

Marin, Skyview 149 103 1527 2 19

Ogata, Bishop Kelly 88 57 963 4 11

Cobos, MH 103 63 652 7 3

Ruwe, Kuna 61 35 539 3 5

Skinner, Middleton 53 21 416 0 4

Forsberg, Nampa 74 30 329 3 4

Garz, Emmett 65 25 286 3 2

Horsewood, Cald. 51 19 246 2 1

Torres-Moore, Nam. 24 15 200 0 1

Bennett, Middleton 16 11 161 0 2

Smith, Emmett 19 7 107 0 1

Rushing

Att Yds YPC TD

Smith, Emmett 136 789 5.80 9

Eckstrom, MH 116 691 5.96 7

Pryor, Skyview 107 636 5.94 13

Skinner, Middleton 102 536 5.25 5

Mello, Bishop Kelly 76 474 6.24 6

Greene, Bishop Kelly 45 415 9.22 6

Trautman, Kuna 44 367 8.34 4

Vallejo, Nampa 81 260 3.21 2

Farnsworth, Emmett 50 227 4.54 0

Marin, Skyview 55 149 2.71 0

Receiving

Rec. Yds Avg TD

Miller, Skyview 36 556 15.44 5

Graves, Skyview 20 441 22.05 8

Hull, Nampa 24 312 13.00 3

Hundley, Emmett 16 298 18.63 1

Hyde, Skyview 22 264 12.00 4

Whitfield, MH 17 262 15.41 1

Meyers, Bishop Kelly 20 257 12.85 2

Simmons, BK 11 221 20.09 3

Pryor, Skyview 10 124 12.40 0

Bertrand, Skyview 10 105 10.50 2

Interceptions

No. Yds.

Graves, Skyview 3 51

Smith, Skyview 3 25

Lodge, Bishop Kelly 2 36

Hundley, Emmett 2 17

Horsewood, Caldwell 2 13

Sessions, Mountain Home 2 8

Weitz, Caldwell 2 0

Ashworth, Skyview 1 82

Ryan, Mountain Home 1 38

Resendiz, Emmett 1 15

Sacks

No. Yds.

Mallet, Bishop Kelly 9 -51

Hyde, Emmett 5 -50.5

Tongamoa, Skyview 4 -35

Rodriguez, Mountain Home 4 -19

Spagnolo, Mountain Home 4 -18

Haynes, Skyview 3.5 -38

Fery, Bishop Kelly 3.5 -18

Roberts, Skyview 3 -34

Korell, Emmett 3 -22

Reyes, Mountain Home 3 -17

NOTE: These statistics are compiled using information provided by 4A Southern Idaho Conference coaches. Stats for Caldwell and Kuna are through four games. Stats were not provided by Columbia.

BOYS SOCCER

5A DISTRICT THREE TOURNAMENT

TUESDAY

Third- and fourth-place games

at Rocky Mountain High

Borah 3, Eagle 3 (Borah wins 4-2 on penalty kicks); Borah (10-7-0) to state as No. 4 seed

Timberline 2, Rocky Mountain 1; Timberline (10-7-0) to state as No. 3 seed

WEDNESDAY

Championship

at Eagle High

Boise 3, Centennial 1; Boise (15-1-2) to state as No. 1 seed, Centennial (15-2-0) to state as No. 2 seed

4A DISTRICT THREE TOURNAMENT

MONDAY

Bishop Kelly 4, Kuna 0

Emmett 4, Skyview 2

Mountain Home 3, Nampa 1

Caldwell 2, Middleton 0

TUESDAY

at higher seeds

Elimination games

Skyview 3, Kuna 1

Nampa 3, Middleton 0

Semifinals

Emmett 1, Bishop Kelly 0 (Emmett to state)

Caldwell 2, Mountain Home 1 (2OT) (Caldwell to state)

WEDNESDAY

at Columbia High

Elimination games

Mountain Home 3, Skyview 1

Nampa 3, Bishop Kelly 2

THURSDAY

at Columbia High

Third-place game

Mountain Home vs. Nampa (8-6-5), 3 p.m. (winner to state)

Championship

Emmett 4, Caldwell 3 (2OT) (Emmett (10-7-2) and Caldwell (13-4-2) to state)

EMMETT 4, CALDWELL 3 (2OT)

Emmett — Kevin Solis 3 goals, 1 assist; Brandon Oram 1 goal. Goalkeeper: Andres Alvizo 17 saves.

Caldwell — Omar Gonzalez 2 goals, 1 assist; Omar Ruiz 1 goal; Francisco Gonzalez 1 assist. Saves not provided.

3A DISTRICT THREE TOURNAMENT

at Payette High

THURSDAY

Championship

Weiser 3, Fruitland 2 (Weiser to state, Fruitland eliminated)

GIRLS SOCCER

5A DISTRICT THREE TOURNAMENT

TUESDAY

Third- and fourth-place games

at East Junior High

Centennial 2, Mountain View 1; Centennial (7-6-3) to state as No. 4 seed

at Meridian High

Boise 3, Eagle 0; Boise (15-2-1) to state as No. 3 seed

WEDNESDAY

Championship

at Eagle High

Rocky Mountain 2, Timberline 1; Rocky Mountain (15-1-2) to state as No. 1 seed, Timberline (12-3-2) to state as No. 2 seed

4A DISTRICT THREE TOURNAMENT

THURSDAY

at Emmett High

Third-place game

Columbia def. Skyview (Columbia (10-7-3) to state; Skyview eliminated)

Championship

Bishop Kelly 2, Middleton 0 (Bishop Kelly (18-0-1) and Middleton (13-3-3) to state)

BISHOP KELLY 2, MIDDLETON 0

Middleton — Goalkeeper: Maddie Brown 13 saves.

Bishop Kelly — Mickie Piechowski 2 goals; Cameron Coyle 1 assist. Goalkeeper: Kylee Atkins 0 saves.

3A DISTRICT THREE TOURNAMENT

at Fruitland Middle School

THURSDAY

Championship

Game 6: McCall-Donnelly vs. Fruitland, no report (an if-necessary game will be played at noon Saturday; winner to state, loser eliminated)

VOLLEYBALL

TIMBERLINE DEF. BOISE

25-8, 23-25, 25-14, 25-20

Timberline (9-0 5A SIC) — Carson Mondada 9 kills, 9 digs, 3 aces; Kaite Johnson 15 kills, 5 digs, 3 aces; Sarah Barker 43 assists; Tara Hall 16 kills, 25 digs, 9 aces.

Boise (5-4 5A SIC) — Michelle Hembree 12 kills, 10 digs, 2 aces; Kate Tsourmas 8 kills, 3 blocks; Megan Ayers 7 kills, 2 blocks; Brooke Kenney 27 assists, 2 aces.

VALLIVUE DEF. CENTENNIAL

25-13, 25-10, 25-17

Vallivue — Bailey Irwin 30 assists, 6 digs, 1 ace; Maddi Osburn 17 kills, 13 digs; Page Lookhart 6 kills; Dani Cichosz 5 kills, 1 block.

Centennial (4-6 5A SIC) — Mackenzie Keating 6 kills, 4 digs; Savannah Ipsen 4 kills, 2 digs; Halle Spraker 19 digs; Megan Nelson 14 assists, 5 digs.

ROCKY MOUNTAIN DEF. EAGLE

23-25, 25-16, 17-25, 25-18, 15-12

Eagle (9-5, 5-4 5A SIC) — Mali Sawyer 13 kills, 7 blocks, 11 digs; Hannah Gilman 10 kills; Nikaya Johnson 19 digs; Allison Tiegs 7 blocks; Carlie Howard 17 assists, 3 aces.

Rocky Mountain (22-7, 7-2 5A SIC) — Alaina Slater 12 kills, 9 digs, 1 ace, 5 blocks; Erin Todd 8 kills, 10 digs, 3 aces, 1 block; Corinne Prindle 14 digs, 1 ace, 1 assist; Katie Elgan 24 kills, 23 digs, 1 ace, 8 blocks.

BORAH DEF. MERIDIAN

14-25, 25-17, 25-22, 25-17

Borah — Michal Bilger 14 kills, 19 digs; Stacia Pyrah 5 kills, 6 aces, 32 assists; Ashley Vorachack 30 digs.

Meridian — Mackie Barber 7 kills, 8 digs, 2 assists, 2 blocks, 4 aces; Carli Rice 8 kills, 22 digs, 2 assists, 2 blocks, 3 aces; Kenzie Thomas 24 assists, 3 digs, 2 blocks.

COLUMBIA DEF. EMMETT

13-25, 25-23, 25-19, 25-22

Emmett (1-8 4A SIC) — Iva Hamilton 9 kills; Sarah Adkinson 22 assists, 13 digs; Mahra McLeod 5 blocks.

Columbia (2-7 4A SIC) — Gonya Lado 11 kills, 12 digs, 2 blocks; Brooke Gamel 14 assists, 2 kills, 2 aces, 5 digs; Madison Redtfeldt 6 kills, 4 aces, 18 digs, 2 blocks; Allison Romero 2 assists, 5 kills, 2 digs, 3 blocks; Alexa Banks 5 kills.

COLE VALLEY DEF. NEW PLYMOUTH

25-17, 25-19, 25-19

New Plymouth — Stats not provided.

Cole Valley (13-1, 12-0 2A WIC) — Sierra Rice 11 kills, 5 blocks; Beth Livingston 14 assists; Alexa Zarbnisky 14 assists; Valerie Zwaanstra 42 digs, 4 aces.

TRI-VALLEY DEF. CASCADE

25-21, 25-13, 25-14

Cascade — Stats not provided.

Tri-Valley (26-3, 10-0 1A Long Pin) — Victoria Branch 9 kills, 7 digs; Skye Southwick 6 kills, 5 assists, 2 digs; Charity Ader 1 ace, 12 assists.

Wednesday’s late result

MOUNTAIN VIEW DEF. CAPITAL

21-25, 25-18, 28-26, 25-17

Capital — Margaret Boggen 19 digs, 3 aces; Erica Bullock 6 kills, 1 ace, 2 blocks; Nichole White 6 kills, 4 blocks.

Mountain View — Kerri Herron 11 kills, 4 aces, 2 blocks; Shayla Allen, 26 digs, 1 ace; Megan Cosdon 19 digs, 9 kills.

1A DIVISION I DISTRICT THREE TOURNAMENT

at Columbia High

THURSDAY

Semifinals

Liberty Charter def. Greenleaf (Liberty Charter to state)

Compass Honors def. Idaho City (Compass Honors to state)

Elimination games

Match 9: Notus vs. Idaho City, no report

Match 10: Riverstone vs. Greenleaf, no report

THURSDAY, OCT. 24

Third-place game

Match 11: Winner 9 vs. Winner 10, 6 p.m. (winner to state play-in game vs. the District Four-Five-Six third-place team at 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26, at Mountain Home Junior High)

Championship

Match 12: Liberty Charter vs. Compass Honors, 7:30 p.m. (both to state)

LIBERTY CHARTER DEF. GREENLEAF

25-22, 21-25, 25-13, 25-14

Greenleaf — Sarah Post 13 kills, 2 blocks, 2 aces, 8 digs; Emma Paige 10 assists; Paige Powers 4 kills; Taya Wilson 5 kills; Larrell Brown 12 assists.

Liberty Charter — Elizabeth Colbert 18 kills, 2 aces; Teresa Moote 3 kills, 2 aces; Kaylene Weaver 27 assists; Hannah Teraberry 6 digs.

COMPASS HONORS DEF. IDAHO CITY

25-15, 25-22, 25-19

Idaho City — Brooklyn Mesia 20 assists, 2 aces; Margaret Anderson 13 kills; Brittney Howell 4 kills; Jessica Gee 4 kills.

Compass Honors — Carly Ball 11 aces; Matika Rasmussen 5 kills, 8 aces; Melissa Rasmussen 9 kills, 8 aces, 5 digs; Sam Hernandez 25 assists; Alair Simmons 9 kills, 5 digs; Nicole Smith 25 assists.

IDAHO CITY DEF. NOTUS

21-25, 25-16, 25-19, 25-19

Idaho City — Brooklyn Mesia 2 kills, 15 blocks; Margaret Anderson 10 kills; Brittney Howell 6 kills; Brooke Secor 6 kills, 2 blocks.

Notus — MacKenna Ireland 6 kills, 4 blocks, 6 digs; Tori Peterson 7 kills, 9 aces, 24 digs; Iridian Guellian 8 aces; Becca Collins 25 aces, 41 digs; Makayla Austin 16 digs.[0x0b]

GREENLEAF DEF. RIVERSTONE

25-16, 25-19, 25-19

Greenleaf — Emma Paige 8 assists, Paige Powers 6 kills; Larrell Brown 9 assists, 7 aces; Hailee Walters 6 digs.

Riverstone — Ellery Creighton 12 kills, 6 digs; Emily Deboer 7 kills, 10 digs.

CROSS COUNTRY

BUGTOWN CANYON COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIPS

Girls

Team results — 1. Vallivue 19; 2. Caldwell 71; 3. Nampa 76; 4. Middleton 77; 5. Columbia 136. Individuals — 1, Malaspina, Mikayla, Vallivue, 19:29.86. 2, Russell, Tamika, Caldwell, 20:24.22. 3, Tiffany, McKayla, Vallivue, 20:25.84. 4, Christensen, Annika, Vallivue, 20:32.14. 5, VanLith, Danielle, Vallivue, 20:33.16. 6, Tristan, Kira, Vallivue, 20:48.19. 7, Heindel, Sadie, Middleton, 20:51.31. 8, Hammons, Emily, Vallivue, 21:17.03. 9, Ho’opi’i, Savannah, Nampa, 21:23.28. 10, Miraz, Kathleen, Middleton, 21:26.08.

Boys

Team results — 1. Vallivue 40; 2. Nampa 52; 3. Middleton 63; 4. Columbia 85; 5. Caldwell 126. Individuals — 1, Hamilton, Nick, Vallivue, 16:18.81. 2, De Los Reyes, Albert, Nampa, 16:28.38. 3, Fred, Austin, Middleton, 16:34.25. 4, Babbel, Jonah, Vallivue, 16:42.25. 5, Watson, Levi, Columbia, 16:59.38. 6, Mendoza, Everardo, Caldwell, 17:00.69. 7, Lunstrum, Anson, Nampa, 17:01.51. 8, Wilkes, Porter, Vallivue, 17:03.43. 9, Carson, Trace, Nampa, 17:10.90. 10, Thieme, Evan, Middleton, 17:12.51.

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