2019 All-Idaho Basketball Players of the Year
Voting has closed for this week’s edition of the Treasure Valley high school athletes of the week. Here are the winners, and you can see the full results and details on all the nominees below.
- Baseball: Connor Doan, Caldwell
- Softball: Gracie Tentinger, Mountain View
- Boys track: Wyatt Stocks, Cascade
- Girls track: Jasmine Devers, Mountain View
- Tennis: Kyle Garner, Eagle
Chase Carpenter, Vallivue: The senior struck out 15 and didn’t issue a walk while holding Caldwell to three hits in a 7-2 victory. He also was 2-for-2 with a double.
Connor Doan, Caldwell: The senior held Nampa to two runs (zero earned) and struck out nine in eight innings in the Cougars’ 3-2 in nine innings. He also doubled in the game and caught three runners stealing last week.
Kaden Hollow, Rocky Mountain: The senior finished the week 6-for-10 (.600) at the plate, reached base in 9 of 13 plate appearances (.692) and drove in three runs. He did it all without committing an error.
Gracie Tentinger, Mountain View: The sophomore went 4-for-4 with two home runs and three RBIs to lead the Mavericks to a 5-3 win over perennial power Eagle, keeping Mountain View atop the 5A SIC standings. She also hit a home run earlier in the week, finishing the week 7-for-11.
Lainey Lyle, Middleton: The senior and reigning Gatorade state player of the year returned to the mound and pitched 14 scoreless innings last week. She also blasted two home runs and drove in four runs.
Sammi Black, Borah: In three games last week, the senior went 5-for-8 (.625) at the plate with three doubles, two runs and two runs scored
Wyatt Stocks, Cascade: Even though he’s nursing a hamstring injury, the senior set a personal record with a mark of 40 feet, 4 inches in the triple jump to take first place at the Lynn Behrman Invite at Parma.
Nathan Green, Borah: The sophomore set two meet records at the Boise Relays, finishing the 1,600 in 4:13.16 and the 2,000 steeplechase in 6:07.74. His 1,600 time is the fastest in the state this spring by 4.07 seconds.
Caleb Stamper, Timberline: The senior and Boise State signee set a new 800 record at the Boise Relays at 1:54.09.
Maggie Liebich, Boise: The Riverstone senior who runs for Boise finished fifth in the mile (4:56.80) at the prestigious Arcadia Invite in Arcadia, California.
Lexy Halladay, Mountain View: The junior broke her own meet records at the Boise Relays in the 800 (2:15.39) and 1,600 (4:54.91). Both times are comfortably the best in the state so far this season.
Brooke Roldan, Timberline: The sophomore set a personal at meet record at the Boise Relays by taking first in the 800 at 58.20 seconds.
Jasmine Devers, Mountain View: The senior set the 200 record at the Boise Relays at 25.10 seconds as part of three first-place finishes at the meet. She also won the 100 (12.53) and ran a leg of the Mavericks’ 4x100 (50.11).
Kyle Garner, Eagle: The sophomore and Eagle’s No. 1 boys singles player improved to 4-0 by beating Boise’s Kent Knothe 6-1, 6-0 on Thursday.
Michael Campbell, Capital: The senior won both of his matches in straight sets last week to improve to 3-0.