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Dimick Wood, Borah: The senior pitcher shut down Eagle to lead the Lions to a 1-0, upset victory. Wood limited the Mustangs to four hits through six shutout innings while walking four and striking out six.
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Bradie Fillmore, Eagle: The Cal signee dominated on the mound and at the plate. She struck out 12 and threw a five-inning no-hitter against Bishop Kelly, then added a five-inning, one-hitter against Mountain View while striking out 13. She also went 9-for-9 with two doubles, three home runs and eight RBIs during the two games.
GIRLS TRACK & FIELD
Tristin Bowens, Capital: The junior won the 100 (12.6 seconds) and 200 (26.25 seconds) at a tri-meet at Eagle High. Her 100 time is the fastest in the state across all classifications this season, and her 200 time is the second fastest.
BOYS TRACK & FIELD
Mountain View’s 4x400 relay team: The quartet of Adrian Jones, Noah Horsburgh, Conner Oswald and Caleb Hardy were invited to the World Indoor Track and Field Championships and won the 4x400 relay in 3 minutes, 24.28 seconds.
Jessica Lyter, Emmett: The senior fired an 82 to finish atop the field during the 18-hole Fruitland Invitational at Scotch Pines.
Tyler Joplin, Eagle: Joplin tied teammate Josh Gliege for medalist honors by shooting a 36 during a four-team meet at Crane Creek. Joplin’s score helped the Mustangs edge Boise by 13 strokes.
Megan Meatte and Keri Walsh, Meridian: The duo won the No. 1 girls doubles consolation championship, helping Meridian take the overall team title at the 12-team Lewiston Invitational.
Kyle Gonell, Nampa: Gonnell topped Meridian’s Ashton Link 6-3, 6-3 to win the No. 1 boys singles tournament at the Lewiston Invitational.