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Lawsen Matteson, Homedale: The senior quarterback helped the Trojans remain undefeated with a 48-3 victory over Weiser in a 3A Snake River Valley opener. Lawsen completed 26-of-31 passes for 400 yards and five touchdowns without an interception.
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Marissa Hilliard, Middleton: The Vikings handed previously unbeaten Kuna a 20-25, 25-22, 25-21, 25-23 loss in a 4A Southern Idaho Conference matchup last Thursday. Hilliard, a junior middle hitter, pounded out a match-high 25 kills as the Vikings improved to 6-2 overall and 4-2 in the 4A SIC.
Christa Lewis, Mountain Home: The senior midfielder continued to provide an offensive spark for the Tigers in three games last week. Lewis totaled six goals and an assist in an 11-0 win over Jerome, a 3-3 tie with Middleton and a 3-1 loss to Bishop Kelly.
Ahmed Ibrahimovic, Borah: The freshman midfielder played a key role in two 5A Southern Idaho Conference victories for the Lions. In an 8-1 win over Columbia, Ibrahimovic scored three goals with one assist. He then added three assists in a 5-0 shutout of Nampa.
GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
Makenna Schuler, Mountain View: The Mavericks traveled to the Nike Portland XC meet in Oregon over the weekend. Schuler helped Mountain View to a fourth-place finish as a team and was the first Idaho finisher in 20th place. Her time of 18:40.8 ranks fourth in the state this season.
BOYS CROSS COUNTRY
Noah Horsburgh, Mountain View: The senior suffered his first loss of the season, but he ran the fastest time in the state with his ninth-place finish in 15 minutes, 30.57 seconds at the Nike Portland XC meet in Oregon. The Mavericks took second as a team.