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Efrain Garcia, Caldwell: The senior catcher went 6-for-6 — all singles — with three RBIs in a victory at Kuna on Friday. He drove in the game-winning run with an RBI single in the top of the seventh inning.
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Kaley Van Hooser, Skyview: The senior belted three home runs in a 25-5, three-inning win over Mountain Home. She finished a three-run homer shy of the home-run cycle, going 3-for-4 with seven RBIs.
GIRLS TRACK AND FIELD
Jayde Nielsen, Middleton: The senior ran the fastest 200 meters in any classification in the state this season — 25.54 seconds — in preliminaries at the YMCA Invitational. She later won the event in 26.05 seconds.
BOYS TRACK AND FIELD
Britt Ipsen, Capital: The junior unleashed a long jump of 23 feet, 3.5 inches at the YMCA Invitational, the state’s best mark this season in any classification. He also won the meet’s high jump title at 6-2.
Ellie Gamble, Centennial: The senior showed versatility, sweeping Timberline’s Sarah Dean at No. 1 girls singles on Tuesday (6-0, 6-0), then teaming with Aly Carlson at No. 1 girls doubles Thursday and dropping just one game against Borah’s Paytin Snowball and Madeline Kraus (6-1, 6-0).
Brandon Calley, Kuna: The Kavemen’s No. 1 boys singles player swept Andersen Rapp in straight sets Tuesday (6-0, 6-0), then dropped just one game Thursday in a sweep of Middleton’s Nathan Demarse (6-0, 6-1).
Kaitlynn Deeble, Centennial: The junior fired a nine-hole round of 37 to win a quad match at Ridgecrest with Capital, Borah and Columbia. It was the lowest round for any girls golfer in the 5A or 4A SIC last week.
Marcus Egusquiza, Mountain Home: The junior aced hole No. 15 at RedHawk and followed with an eagle on No. 16, carding a 32 to win a 4A SIC nine-hole match by five strokes. It’s the second tournament in a row he’s won.