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Hunter Floyd, Eagle: The senior quarterback led the Mustangs to their first road victory of the season, defeating Centennial 55-24. Floyd completed 20-of-26 passes for 314 yards and three touchdowns, and also ran the ball eight times for 83 yards and another score. Eagle improved to 3-0 overall.
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Kate Tsourmas, Boise: The senior middle blocker led the Braves to a runner-up finish at the Skyline Classic Invitational over the weekend. The team captain tallied 54 kills, 35 blocks and six aces in the tournament. During the week, Tsourmas compiled 19 kills with no errors for a hitting percentage of .594 in a match against Borah and then 16 kills, seven blocks and six digs in a win against Capital.
Maddie Minnaert, Bishop Kelly: The senior forward had a big week, helping the Knights defeat Kuna 6-1 and Mountain Home 5-0 in 4A Southern Idaho Conference play. Minnaert scored four goals against Kuna and had two goals and an assist in a shutout of Mountain Home.
Nathan Snyder, Borah: The first-year starter in goal posted two shutouts last week in wins over Meridian and Columbia. Snyder made one save and scored a goal in a 9-0 victory over Meridian. He then added two saves and an assist in a 4-0 win against Columbia. His overall goals-against average of 0.56 leads the conference this season.
GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
Mikayla Malaspina, Vallivue: The senior raced to a win at the Roger Curran Invitational in Nampa. Malaspina crossed the finish line in 17 minutes, 56.32 seconds, recording the third fastest 5-kilometer time in the state this season, according to athletic.net.
BOYS CROSS COUNTRY
Noah Horsburgh, Mountain View: The Mavericks won the invitation-only Tracy Walters Invite in Spokane on Saturday. Horsburgh. a junior, completed the 5-kilometer course in 15 minutes, 46 seconds for a sixth-place finish. His time is the third fastest in the state this season, according to athletic.net.