The Broncos lost to South Dakota State 32-9 on Sunday at Bronco Gym. The Jackrabbits (12-5, 4-1 Big 12) earned seven straight wins to start the match, earning their 11th straight victory, the team’s longest winning streak as a Division I program. Geordan Martinez earned the Broncos’ only victory of the afternoon, defeating Alex Kocer, 7-5. Ranked 17th nationally, Martinez has won his past 11 matches. The Broncos (3-5, 1-0 Pac-12) were also awarded a forefeit, as Chris Castillo earned six points without hitting the mat.
BSU MEN’S TENNIS: The Broncos edged Santa Clara 4-3 at the Boise Racquet and Swim Club. Pedro Platzeck’s 6-2, 4-6, 6-2 victory at No. 6 singles clinched the win for BSU (5-2).
COLLEGE OF IDAHO SKIING: The men and women completed a perfect Northwest Collegiate Ski Conference season (eight races), winning the slalom qualifying races at Mission Ridge Ski and Board Resort in Wenatchee, Wash. Anton Waller led the men with a victory in 1 minute, 18.37 seconds, as the Coyotes took the top four men’s slots. Elyse Burandt (1:23.89) won the women’s race for the Coyotes. Waller and Anna Granhed took the men’s and women’s skier of the year honors. Up next, the Coyotes will compete in the USCSA Western Regional from Feb. 18-20 in Red Lodge, Mont.
C OF I BASEBALL: Hunter Hanson went 4-for-5 with three runs scored, and Devon Pogue drove in three runs as the Coyotes (8-0) completed a four-game sweep of Minot State with a 10-2 victory in Caldwell. The C of I matched its longest win streak to start a season.
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NORTHWEST NAZARENE TRACK & FIELD: Payton Lewis (Nampa Christian High) won the helptathlon at the Cougar Indoor Invitational in Pullman, Wash., scoring 4,897 points. Lewis won the pole vault Saturday, clearing 16 feet, 0.75 inches, and had the top throw in the shot put Friday (39-7). Lewis’ score was an NCAA national provisional qualifying mark. At the Jackson’s/NB Boise Indoor Invitational, Lexi Tubbs won the 60-meter hurdles in 8.85 seconds — .01 of a second off the NCAA provisional qualifying standard of 8.84.