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Idaho Sports Honor Roll for the Week of 4/19
Idaho's top performers are recognized. Did your favorite athlete make the list?
Published: 4/20/2021 6:36:58 AM

Welcome to the Idaho Sports Honor Roll, a weekly feature highlighting the top athletic performances from across the state.  Feel like someone is missing from our Honor Roll list?  Email with your nominations.


Tyler Vance, Blackfoot

Vance left the yard twice on Tuesday against Shelley.  He finished 3-for-3 with two home runs and five RBIs in the 17-7 victory.

Dax Whitney, Blackfoot

In a 34-2 smashing of Shelley on Wednesday, Whitney went 5-for-6 with 6 RBIs.

Crew Howell, Bonneville

Howell went 2-for-5 on Wednesday against Hillcrest.  He made his hits count, though.  Howell produced the walk-off single that scored the winning run for the Bees in a 12-11 victory.

Tanner Brown, Emmett

Brown went 1-for-3 with a solo home run in a 5-1 win over Caldwell on Tuesday.  But more importantly, he delivered six innings of one-run ball on the mound.  Brown allowed three hits to go along with nine strikeouts.

Logan Lockwood, Filer

Lockwood's imprint was certainly felt during a doubleheader sweep of Gooding on Thursday.  In the first game (a 9-2 win), Lockwood went 5-for-5 with with two home runs and a double.  In the second game (a 16-5 win), he went 2-for-4 but also threw 5 1/3 innings of two-run ball with eight strikeouts.

Zane Bidwell, Fruitland

Bidwell went a perfect 3-for-3 with three doubles and four RBIs in a 24-2 win against McCall-Donnelly on Wednesday.

Tommy Muir, Homedale

Muir pitched a five-inning no-hitter on Wednesday in an 11-0 victory over Parma.  Muir struck out nine batters in the win.  He also went 1-for-3 with an RBI double at the plate.

Dylan Seeley, Idaho Falls

Seeley was a perfect 4-for-4 with five RBIs in a 14-1 win over Skyline on Tuesday.

Preston Boyer, Kendrick

Boyer threw a complete game shutout on Friday against Kamiah.  He struck out 14 Kubs while only allowing three hits in the 5-0 win.

Jackson Cummins, Kimberly

Cummins pitched a five-inning one-hitter on Monday in an 11-0 win over Filer.  He racked up nine strikeouts in the win.

Kameron Kostial, Madison

Kostial turned in a perfect 4-for-4 outing at the plate with four RBIs as Madison defeated Rigby on Thursday 18-5.

Grady Combs, Malad

On Thursday, Combs tossed a three-hit shutout against Bear Lake.  Combs struck out 13 batters in the win, and also went 3-for-3 at the plate in the 8-0 win.

Payton Howe, Marsh Valley

Howe dominated on the mound Wednesday against American Falls.  He allowed just one hit to go along with 11 strikeouts in a 17-2 victory.

Stanton Howell, Marsh Valley

Howell threw a no-hitter in a 3-0 victory against Sugar-Salem on Satuday.  Howell racked up 13 strikeouts in the win.

Henry Clark, Melba

Clark is becoming a weekly fixture on the Honor Roll.  On Thursday against Payette, Clark pitched a complete game shutout in a 3-0 win.  In seven innings of work, Clark allowed just one hit against 13 strikeouts.  He aided his cause by going 1-for-3 at the plate with a two-run home run.

Karter Zampedri, Minico

Minico took on Jerome in an important Great Basin 7 Conference matchup on Friday.  With the Spartans trailing 14-12 heading into the bottom of the seventh inning, Zampedri hit a walk-off grand slam to give Minico a 16-14 win.  Zampedri finished 2-for-3 with five RBIs in the win.

Carson Atwood, Nampa Christian

The junior threw an unconventional no-hitter on Friday night in a 13-2 win over New Plymouth.  Atwood gave up two runs, one earned, all via walks or errors.  Atwood also finished with 12 strikeouts and went 1-for-3 with a two-run double.

Josh Tiersma, Nampa Christian

Tiersma struck out 13 batters through seven innings of one-run ball on Tuesday against Cole Valley Christian.  He also went 2-for-3 with a pair of doubles and two RBIs in the 9-1 win.

Jaron Christopherson and Dash Barlow, Orofino

The Maniacs' duo was sensational on the mound in a doubleheader sweep of St. Maries on Friday.  Christopherson threw a no-hitter in the first game (an 8-2 win).  Orofino committed seven errors which led to two unearned runs scoring.  In the second game, a 14-0 triumph, Barlow took a perfect game into the fifth and final inning.  Needing just one out to complete the perfecto, Gavin Wemhoff singled to end Barlow's attempt at perfection.  That was the only hit Barlow allowed, so between two games, Orofino pitching held the Lumberjacks to a single hit.

CD Sharples, Post Falls

Like a scene out of "The Natural", Sharples debuted a new bat on Tuesday against Lakeland, according to the Coeur d'Alene Press.  Sharples swung the bat three times, and hit a grand slam, a three-run home run and a solo blast across a doubleheader sweep of the Hawks.

Travis Alfrey, Prairie

Alfrey went 3-for-4 with five RBIs on Thursday in an 11-3 win over Potlatch.  Alfrey also went the distance on the mound, picking up the victory by allowing only six hits in six innings of work.

Nate Goodwin, Snake River

Goodwin threw a five-inning shutout in a 12-0 win over Malad on Wednesday.  He allowed just one hit and struck out seven Dragon batters.

Kailer Saunders, Timberline

The junior dazzled in all facets of the game in a Tuesday win against Capital.  In five innings of work, Saunders allowed a single unearned run on just two hits, while striking out nine Capital batters.  Saunders also delivered at the plate, going 2-for-3 with a home run, a double and three RBIs.

Jace Mahlke, Twin Falls

In a 14-0 win over Twin Falls on Saturday, the junior went 3-for-3 with a triple and four RBIs.

Joey Ward, Wendell

Wendell was aggressive on the basepaths Wednesday in a 19-4 win over Glenns Ferry.  The Trojans stole 11 bases as a team, and Ward led the way with four swipes.


Stephen Paul, Kellogg

The freshman took individual honors at Thursday's Shoshone Tournament at Shoshone Golf Course.  Paul shot 39 to win by two strokes over his teammate Archie Rauenhorst.

Bryden Brown, Moscow

Brown earned medalist honors at Monday's Lake City Invitational at the Coeur d'Alene Golf Club by shooting a 5-under-par total of 67.  Brown took first place by eight strokes over second-place finisher Cole Jaworski of Coeur d'Alene.  Brown followed that up with a win on Friday's Jim Kraus Memorial Invitational at Avondale Golf Club in Hayden Lake.  He shot a 72, one stroke ahead of Coeur d'Alene's Cole Jaworski, who finished second.

Braden Anderson, Twin Falls

At an incredibly windy Jerome Subway Golf Invitational on Monday, Anderson took home first place with a score of 76.

Nate Nelson, Shelley

Nelson continued his strong season with another first-place finish at Tuesday's Madison Invitational at Teton Lakes Golf Course in Madison.  Nelson's total of 73 was one stroke better than Highland's Dawson Moon, who took second-place.


Wesley Simko, Clark Fork

Simko picked up a 6-0, 6-0 shutout win in No. 2 singles competition against Troy, MT on Tuesday.

Luke McLaughlin and Tyson Bingham, Gooding

The Senators' duo earned a 6-1, 6-1 win at No. 2 doubles against Burley on Wednesday.

Dylan Gomez, Lewiston

Gomez shutout Coeur d'Alene's Gabriel Danzer 6-0, 6-0 in No. 2 singles play on Tuesday.

Noah Nielson, Ridgevue

Nielson went a perfect 3-0 in No. 1 singles round robin play and won his quarterfinal match at the Capital Tennis Classic in Boise.  Unfortunately, Nielson's run ended in the semifinals, but not because of a loss.  Mother Nature forced officials to cancel the remainder of the tournament.  Overall, Nielson went 4-0 on the weekend.


Cruz Flores, Caldwell

The senior won the 1,600 and 3,200 meter runs at Friday's Middleton Quad Meet.  His 3,200 time (9:36.74) is the best in Class 4A.

Hunter Smith, Carey

The senior won the 300 meter hurdles at Friday's DirectCom Invitational at Highland High in Pocatello.  His time of 42.26 is the best in the Class 1A ranks.

Axel Sanchez, Emmett

Sanchez won the shot put and discus at Thursday's Vallivue Quad Meet.  His discus toss (172'9") is now the top mark in Class 4A.

Thomas Symms, Homedale

Symms won the discus at the SRV Meet in Weiser on Thursday.  His throw of 169'4" is now the top mark in Class 3A.

Bridger Scheiss, Kimberly

The senior swept the hurdles races at Friday's Century Twilight Meet in Pocatello.  His time in the 300 meter hurdles (42.14) is the best time in Class 3A.

Thor Kessinger and Reid Thomas, Orofino

The Maniacs represented well in the throwing events at Friday's Maniac Invitational in Orofino.  Kessinger won the discus (139'3") and Thomas won the shot put (48'8").  Each of those throws are the best in Class 2A.

Brock Gray, Rocky Mountain

At a dual meet with Timberline on Thursday, Gray set a new state-best mark in the long jump with a distance of 22'10".  That mark is also a new personal record for the senior.

Jarell Lucas, Rocky Mountain

The senior set new state-best marks in the shot put (58'6") and discus (173'9") at a dual meet with Timberline on Thursday.

Rusty Lee, Sandpoint

Lee won the 110 meter hurdles and finished second in the 300 meter hurdles at Post Fall's Christina Finney Co-Ed Relays on Friday.  Despite taking second in the 300 hurdles, Lee's time of 41.07 is a personal record and the top time in Class 4A.

Ian Stockett, Victory Charter

Stockett won the 3,200 meter run at a quadrangular meet hosted by Kuna on Wednesday.  His time of 9:47.40 is the best in Class 1A.


Amber Mansfield, Grace

Mansfield won Wednesday's Grace Invitational at Caribou Highlands Golf Course.  She carded a score of 80 and her efforts helped the Grizzlies capture the team title, as well.

Reece Garey, Kimberly

Garey continued her strong season on Monday at the Jerome Subway Golf Invitational.  Fighting immense winds, Garey took medalist honors with an 83.

Lauren Gomez, Lighthouse Christian

Gomez earned medalist honors at Tuesday's Kimberly Invitational at Pleasant Valley Golf Course. She shot an 82 and helped lead the Lions to the team title as well.

Camille Neuder, Sandpoint

The Bulldogs' No. 3 golfer ended up winning Monday's Lake City Invitational at the Coeur d'Alene Golf Club.  Neuder carded an 87 to hold off her teammate CeCe Deprez by one stroke.  The Sandpoint girls also won the team title, no small feat considering they were competing against the rest of the Inland Empire League (which includes four 5A schools).

Jocee Buschhorn, Valley

Buschhorn earned medalist honors at Monday's Valley Invitational, held at the 93 Ranch Golf Course in Jerome.  She carded a 99 to win by one stroke over second-place finisher Jaeli Garrard of Declo.


Ella Piron, Boise

The Brave's No. 1 singles player went 3-0 in round robin play and advanced to the semifinals of the Capital Tennis Classic in Boise before rain cancelled the remainder of the tournament.

Maggie Bloom and Shelby Gray, Coeur d'Alene

The Vikings' No. 1 doubles team picked up a 6-0, 6-1 win on Friday against crosstown rival Lake City.

Alexis Adams, Idaho Falls

Adams picked up a win over Thunder Ridge's Trinity Parsons in No. 1 singles play on Thursday.  Adams won 6-2, 6-1.

Madi Nesbit, Lake City

The Timberwolves' No. 1 singles player earned an 8-0 win over Moscow's Natalie Rice on Tuesday.

Kyleigh Kowalski, Pocatello

Kowalski picked up a 6-1, 6-2 win in No. 1 singles play on Thursday against Canyon Ridge.

Ana Baurier, Sugar-Salem

The Diggers' No. 2 singles player picked up a 6-0, 6-1 win over Twin Falls on Saturday.


Paige Tekippe, Bishop Kelly

The senior won the 100 and 200 meter dashes at Thursday's Vallivue Quad Meet.  Her 100 time (12.54) is the best in Class 4A, and her 200 time (25.78) is only two-tenths of a second off the lead in 4A.

Kayden Hulquist, Logan Smith and Sammy Smith, Boise

The Brave trio each set a new state-best mark at Friday's dual meet with Meridian.  Hulquist has the top time in the 100 meter hurdles (15.06).  Logan Smith set a new state-best time in the 800 meter run (2:14.97).  And Sammy Smith continued her impressive freshman campaign by bettering her state-best time in the 3,200 meter run (10:42.54).

Tenleigh Smith, Century

Smith set a new Class 4A standard in the 400 meter dash (59.61) at Friday's Century Twilight meet.  

Kiley Cutler, Coeur d'Alene Charter

Cutler took 1st in the 100 meter dash (13.54) and the 300 meter hurdles (47.46) at Saturday's Priest River Invitational.  Her 300 meter hurdles time is now the best in Class 3A.

Tatum Richards, Emmett

Richards won the 100 meter hurdles and pole vault at Thursday's Vallivue Quad Meet.  Richards set a new personal record in the 100 meter hurdles (15.77), and her time is now third-best in Class 4A.  Her pole vault mark of 12'8" is not only the best in Class 4A, it now leads the entire state. 

Lacey Yates, Emmett

The Weber State signee has the best shot put and discus marks in Class 4A competition.  On Thursday at a Quad Meet hosted by Vallivue, Yates set a new state-best mark in the discus with a throw of 148'6 1/2".

Tara Butler, Firth

Butler finished second in the high jump and pole vault at Friday's DirectCom Invitational at Highland High School in Pocatello.  Despite the second-place finishes, Butler was able to establish the top 2A girls pole vault mark (9'0").

Kadence Beck, Highland (Craigmont)

The sophomore swept all three sprints at Saturday's White Pine League Championships in Kamiah.  Her 100 time (12.95) is second-best in Class 1A, her 200 time (27.07) is third-best, and her 400 time (1:00.84) is the best mark in the state for 1A competition.

Allison Whitehead, Homedale

The junior won the triple jump (34'8") at Thursday's SRV Meet in Weiser, and in the process established a new top mark in Class 3A competition.

Angelyca Chapman, Lake City

Chapman swept the sprints (100, 200 and 400) at Friday's Christina Finney Co-Ed Relays in Post Falls.  Chapman's 400 time (56.47) is a new school record and the best time in the state in that event.  She also achieved a new state-best time in the 200 (25.48).

Emree Larson, Oakley

Larson won the 800 meter run at Friday's DirectCom Invitational in Pocatello.  Her time (2:20.44) is a personal record and the best time in Class 1A.

Jinettie Garbett, Soda Springs

The freshman took first-place in the 400 meter dash (59.09) at Friday's DirectCom Invitational at Highland High School in Pocatello.  Her 400 time is the best in the state among 2A competitors.


Alexis Coombs, Bear Lake

On Friday against American Falls, Coombs finished a single shy of the cycle.  She went 3-for-4 with a home run, triple and double, and finished with six RBIs.

Megan Meracle, Borah

Meracle tossed a two-hit shutout on Tuesday against Meridian.  She struck out 13 batters across five innings of work, while only allowing two hits.

Keli Kessel, Borah

Kessel smacked two home runs and finished with four RBIs in a 3-for-4 performance on Tuesday against Meridian.

Grace Diffin, Centennial

Diffin tossed a seven-inning shutout on Friday against Capital.  She struck out ten batters in the 4-0 win.

Kylie Yanzuk, Emmett

In a 19-6 win against Caldwell on Tuesday, Yanzuk went 4-for-5 with two home runs, a double and nine RBIs.

Madi Fink, Glenns Ferry

Fink tossed a five-inning no-hitter on Thursday against Wilder in an 18-0 victory.

Maelyn Durham, Gooding

Durham pitched a no-hitter in just three innings of work on Monday.  The 15-0 win over Wendell was called after three innings due to the run rule.

Camden Barger, Grangeville

Barger hit a walk-off two-run home run on Thursday, powering the Bulldogs to a 6-5 win over Orofino.

Madi VanSickle, Highland

In an 11-0 win over Idaho Falls on Thursday, VanSickle threw a complete-game shutout, allowing just three hits.  VanSickle also shined at the plate, hitting a home run and a double and finishing with three RBIs.

Macy Cordon, Idaho Falls

Cordon went a perfect 9-for-9 between two games of action against Madison on Monday.  Among her nine hits were two home runs and three doubles, and Cordon finished with six RBIs total.  Idaho Falls won both games 19-2 and 27-7.

Brylin Field, Kuna

Field went 4-for-4 with a home run, a double and a triple in a 20-2 win against Boise on Tuesday.  Field also drove in six runs.  Then on Wednesday in a 12-2 win over Eagle, Field went 2-for-3 with a double, a triple and four RBIs.

Hope Bodak, Lake City

In a 20-3 win over Moscow on Tuesday, Bodak left the yard twice.  She finished 3-for-5 with the two home runs, five RBIs and two runs scored.

Riley Dorius, Malad

Another week, another Honor Roll nod for the senior.  On Friday against West Side, Dorius picked up the complete game victory, allowing one run on three hits to go along with 14 strikeouts.  The Dragons won 10-1.

Ashlie Shaffer, Melba

Shaffer threw a five-inning no-hitter on Friday night in a 13-1 win over Marsing.  The run Shaffer allowed was unearned, and she struck out ten batters in the victory.  Shaffer also went 2-for-3 with two doubles and three RBIs.

Gracie Tentinger, Mountain View

The senior was a perfect 4-for-4 in a 16-6 victory against Borah on Friday night.  Her offensive exploits included a home run, three doubles and five RBIs.

Naomi Merritt, Nampa Christian

The senior went 2-for-4 with a home run, a triple and seven RBIs in a 15-4 victory against Cole Valley Christian on Tuesday.

Afton Hoch and Jewell Bell, New Plymouth

The Pilgrims duo had identical stat lines in a 26-12 win over Marsing on Tuesday.  The pair each went 3-for-5 with a double and four RBIs.

Madison Shears, Prairie

The senior led the Pirates to a 13-10 win over Kendrick on Monday by collecting five RBIs on a home run and a double.

Ruby Gneiting, Rigby

Gneiting went a perfect 4-for-4 with four RBIs in a 10-0 victory over Hillcrest on Saturday.

Delaney Keith, Skyview

The junior was a perfect 3-for-3 in a 13-2 triumph over Centennial on Tuesday.  Keith hit two home runs and finished with six RBIs.  Then, in a 19-4 win over Mountain View on Wednesday, Keith did even better.  She went 5-for-5 with 2 home runs, 2 doubles and ten RBIs.  As if that wasn't enough, in a Friday night win over Meridian (21-2), Keith was 3-for-3.  All three hits left the yard, as she finished with three home runs and nine RBIs.  Keith's cumulative totals for the week: 11-for-11 with seven home runs and 25 RBIs.

Gracie Barden, St. Maries and Taci Watkins, St. Maries

The Lumberjacks' top two pitchers dominated this past week.  In a 4-1 win over Sandpoint on Tuesday, Watkins struck out 15 Bulldogs and got the win inside the pitcher's circle.  At the plate, she also went 2-for-3 with a double, a triple, an RBI and two runs scored.  Then in a doubleheader sweep of Kamiah/Clearwater Valley on Friday, Watkins and Barden both put their talents on the display.  In the first game (a 7-1 win), Watkins struck out 21 batters while allowing just a single hit.  At the plate, Watkins was 2-for-4 with a triple, two RBIs and and two runs scored.  Barden picked up two RBIs in the first game, then threw a no-hitter in the second game (a 13-0 win).  Watkins picked up two more hits in the second game, including a two-run home run.

Bernie Carhart, Timberlake

In a 17-0 victory over Kellogg on Friday, Carhart threw a one-hitter with eight strikeouts, and also went 3-for-4 with an RBI and four runs scored.

Amber Thornton, Timberline

Thornton pitched her second no-hitter of the season on Tuesday night against Capital.  Thornton racked up 15 strikeouts in the 2-0 win.  She then struck out 19 Lions in a 2-1 win over Borah on Wednesday.

Olivia Crapo. Sugar-Salem

Crapo went 2-for-4 with a double and a triple with four RBIs on Monday against Teton.  With the Diggers trailing Teton 10-9 headed into the bottom of the seventh inning, Crapo's walk-off triple allowed the tying and winning runs to score.  Sugar-Salem won 11-10.

Jordyn Torgerson, West Jefferson

For the second week in a row, Torgerson made the Honor Roll with another superb all-around performance.  She pitched a four-inning no-hitter on Tuesday against North Fremont.  She also went 2-for-3 with a triple and five RBIs.

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