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Idaho Sports Honor Roll for the Week of 5/3
Idaho's top athletic performances are on display here.
Published: 5/3/2021 11:20:21 PM
 


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 brandon@idahosports.com with your nominations.


BASEBALL


Jace Robinson, Burley

Robinson went 3-for-4 with a home run, a double and four RBIs as Burley kept its season alive Saturday with an 11-1 win over Jerome in District Tournament action.


Slayder Watterson, Burley

In the Bobcats' District Tournament opener with Jerome on Tuesday, Watterson delivered a complete game shutout on the mound.  In seven innings of work, Watterson allowed just five hits while striking out 13 Tigers in the 6-0 win.


CJ Chastain, Hillcrest

Hillcrest advanced to the District 6 Championship Series on Saturday with a 5-0 win over Skyline.  Chastain pitched a gem, going all seven innings and throwing a one-hitter in the process.



Tommy Muir, Homedale

Muir pitched a complete-game victory on Monday in a regular season contest with Weiser.  He allowed an unearned run and racked up six strikeouts in the 5-1 victory.  Muir also tripled and scored a run offensively.


Jaxon Sorenson, Idaho Falls

In the Tigers' 12-2 win over Thunder Ridge in the District Tournament on Friday, Sorenson went 2-for-3 with a home run and four RBIs.  His efforts helped the Tigers clinch a berth at the 5A State Tournament later this month.


Brady McLay, Kamiah

McLay pitched a complete game three-hitter on Saturday as Kamiah defeated Troy 12-2 in regular season action.  McLay also collected two doubles offensively in the win.


Preston Boyer, Kendrick

Boyer delivered seven innings of shutout pitching in an 8-0 win over Troy in regular season play on Thursday.  He also picked up three hits at the plate.


Quinn Conces, Lake City

The senior picked up two hits, two walks, two runs scored and one RBI in the Timberwolves' 11-1 win over Lakeland on Monday in regular season play.


Cole Strietzel, Lakeland

Lakeland fell behind Timberlake 10-0 after two innings of play on Saturday in a regular season matchup.  Strietzel came on in relief for Lakeland, and delivered six solid innings with nine strikeouts.  His efforts on the mound kept the deficit and ten, and the Hawks stormed back to ultimately win 15-10.


Bracken Howell, Marsh Valley

In the Eagles' 14-3 win over Snake River in regular season play Tuesday, Howell went 3-for-5 with a triple and five RBIs.


Braxton Moore, McCall-Donnelly

Moore led the Vandals to their first conference win of the season on Wednesday against Payette.  Moore hit a walk-off single to give McCall-Donnelly a 5-4 regular season victory.


Henry Clark, Melba

Clark may set the record for most appearances on the weekly Honor Roll.  He turned in another gem on Tuesday in a 5-1 regular season victory against Cole Valley Christian.  Clark pitched a complete game two-hitter and racked up 15 strikeouts.


Landon Cheney, Nampa Christian

Cheney pulled off the hat trick with three home runs in Nampa Christian's 43-0 win over Marsing in regular season action.  Cheney also chipped in nine RBIs.


Matt Hall, New Plymouth

In the Pilgrims' District Tournament opener with Vision Charter on Friday, Hall dealt six strikeouts in a complete-game two-hitter.  He also went 3-for-5 with two RBIs in the 20-0 win.


Martin Serrano, Pocatello

The freshman went 4-for-4 with a triple, a double and four RBIs on Saturday as Pocatello defeated Preston 14-2 in District Tournament action.


CD Sharples, Post Falls

Sharples pitched a complete game one-hitter in a 4-0 win against Lewiston on Tuesday in regular season play.  Sharples racked up nine strikeouts, and his efforts helped the Trojans win their first regular-season Inland Empire League title in school history.


Chayse Oxborrow, Preston

Oxborrow chipped in on the mound and at the plate in Preston's District Tournament win over Century on Friday.  In 6 1/3 innings of work, Oxborrow allowed no runs on just five hits with 11 strikeouts.  He also went 3-for-3 at the plate as Preston won 6-3.


Jacob Hughes, Rocky Mountain

Hughes was superb in the Grizzlies' regular season finale against Eagle on Monday.  Hughes pitched a complete-game victory, yielding just one run on four hits against the Mustangs in an 8-1 win.  Hughes also notched 11 strikeouts.


Easton Gardner, Snake River

In the Panthers' 10-0 District Tournament win over American Falls on Friday, Gardner pitched a complete game shutout.  In five innings of work, he allowed two hits and struck out eight Beavers.


Bridger Erickson, South Fremont

In the Cougars' District Tournament game with Sugar-Salem on Thursday, Erickson's pitching led South Fremont to a 5-0 win.  Erickson pitched a complete game shutout and scattered five hits across seven innings of work.  He also struck out eight Diggers.


Kaimen Peebles, South Fremont

Peebles delivered quite the performance on Friday against Sugar-Salem in the District Tournament Championship Game.  He went the distance on the mound, striking out 13 batters in the Cougars' 10-2 win.  He also went 2-for-5 at the plate with a home run and three RBIs as the Cougars clinched a bid to the 3A State Tournament.


Ethan Dunnells, Thunder Ridge

Dunnells came through in the top of the seventh inning in the Titans' District Tournament opener with Rigby on Wednesday.  He ripped a two-run double that allowed the eventual winning runs to score in a 7-6 victory.  Dunnells finished 3-for-4 with three RBIs.


Alex Drake, Timberlake

In a 12-2 regular season win over Kellogg on Tuesday, Drake struck out seven batters on the mound and earned the win.  He also picked up two base hits and three RBIs.



Max Spielman, Timberline

The senior went 3-for-3 with five RBIs and a run scored as the Wolves dispatched Meridian 17-0 in regular season play on Monday.


Darrick Baier, Troy

Baier delivered five innings of scoreless pitching for the Trojans on Saturday in a 5-1 regular season win over Kamiah.  He racked up ten strikeouts in the victory.


Tai Walker, Twin Falls

Walker was 4-for-4 with a double and two RBIs as Twin Falls defeated Burley 9-3 in a District Tournament game Thursday.


Owen Bowers, Vallivue

Bowers threw a complete game four-hitter in a 9-1 regular season win over Caldwell.




BOYS GOLF

Cole Jaworski, Coeur d'Alene

Jaworski earned medalist honors at Monday's Sandpoint Invitational at the Idaho Club.  His score of 71 was three strokes ahead of teammate Parker Freeman, who took second place.


Toby Heider, Kimberly

Heider won Wednesday's tournament at Jackpot Golf Course.  His score of 74 was two strokes ahead of teammate Hank Hopkins.


Bryden Brown, Moscow

Brown continued his strong season by winning Thursday's Lakeland Invitational at The Links Golf Club in Post Falls.  Brown carded a 71 and finished four strokes ahead of second-place finisher Stephen Paul of Kellogg.




BOYS TENNIS


Turner Cox, Coeur d'Alene


Cox picked up a victory over Moscow's Brayden Pickard in No. 1 singles play on Monday.  Cox won by shutout 6-0, 6-0.  Then on Tuesday, Cox won again against Lake City's David Nesbit 6-2, 6-2.  Cox finished the week with another shutout against Post Falls on Thursday.  He defeated Cayden Wrublik 6-0, 6-0.


Marwan Warnick, Lakeland

Lakeland's No. 1 singles player picked up a 6-0, 6-4 win over Post Falls' Cayden Wrublik on Tuesday.


Austin Gomez, Lewiston

The Bengals' No. 1 singles player defeated Sandpoint's Charlie Johnson 6-2, 6-0 on Tuesday.  He then picked up wins over Coeur d'Alene and Post Falls on Friday to keep his undefeated record intact.


Cash Cofer, Minico

Cofer defeated Jerome's Gabe Smith 6-1, 6-0 in No. 2 singles play on Wednesday.


Josh Embree and Christian Story, Sandpoint

The No. 1 doubles team at Sandpoint picked up another win Thursday against Lakeland 6-2, 6-0.


Noah Pitts, Twin Falls

The Bruins' No. 1 singles player defeated Pocatello's Chase Gibson 6-1, 6-0 on Tuesday.


BOYS TRACK AND FIELD


Landon Helms, Emmett

Helms won the 110 meter hurdles on Saturday at the BYU High School Invitational in Provo, Utah with a time of 14.89.  It was his preliminary time of 14.72 that set a new standard in Class 4A competition, though.  Not only did he win the 110 hurdles, he also claimed first in the pole vault, clearing 14'11 1/4".  His pole vault mark is also the new standard in Class 4A.


Axel Sanchez, Emmett

The senior uncorked a discus throw of 197'5" at Friday's Pilgrim Invitational in New Plymouth.  Not only is that the best throw in the state of Idaho, it's the third-best throw in the entire nation.  Sanchez also took second in the shot put.  His shot put toss (56'6 1/2") is the best in Class 4A.


Weston Jeffries, Fruitland

Jeffries won the shot put at Friday's Pilgrim Invitational in New Plymouth.  His throw of 59'1" is now the top mark in the entire state.


Thomas Symms, Homedale

Symms won the discus at Friday's Pilgrim Invitational in New Plymouth with a throw of 182'7".  That's now the mark to beat in Class 3A.


Taeo Schneider, Jerome

The senior won the 100 and took second in the 200 at Friday's Bob Shay Memorial Meet at Wood River High.  Even though he took second in the 200, his time (21.65) is now the best time in Class 4A competition.



Brett Bronson, Kimberly

The senior delivered in the sprints once again at Friday's Bob Shay Memorial Meet at Wood River High.  He won the 200 meter dash with a time of 21.58, which is now the top time in the entire state.  He took second in the 100 meter dash (10.74), losing by one-tenth of a second to Jerome's Taeo Schneider.  His 100 time is the best in Class 3A.


Caleb Woodland, Meridian

At The Gary Gorrell Twilight Classic, held Thursday night in Eagle, Woodland won the 300 meter hurdles and took second in the 110 meter hurdles.  His 300 hurdles time (40.06) is the best in the state of Idaho.


Sam Jeppsen, Preston

Jeppsen competed at the BYU High School Invitational in Provo, Utah over the weekend, one of the largest meets in the region.  He took second place in the 3,200 meter run and set a new Class 4A-best time in the process (9:19.65).


Ryan Spaeth, Raft River

Spaeth won the shot put and discus at Thursday's SRV Conference Championship Meet in Murtaugh.  His shot put throw of 56'10" is currently the best in Class 1A.


Johnathan Simmons, Salmon

Simmons took second place in the 1,600 meter run on Saturday at the BYU High School Invitational in Provo, Utah.  His time (4:24.38) is the best in Class 2A.


Braden Kappen, Sandpoint

At Thursday's District 1 Meet of Champions in Post Falls, Kappen won the 100, 200 and long jump.  His long jump mark (22'4") is a personal record and the best in Class 4A.


Rusty Lee, Sandpoint

Lee took first in the 110 meter hurdles, second in the 300 meter hurdles and third in the high jump at Thursday's District 1 Meet of Champions in Post Falls.  His 300 meter hurdle time (40.79) is the best in Class 4A.


GIRLS GOLF


Braylyn Bayer, Bonners Ferry

Bayer won the individual title at Monday's Sandpoint Invitational at the Idaho Club.  Her score of 84 was ten strokes ahead of the second-place finisher, and her performance was impressive because it came against larger competition.  Bonners Ferry was the only 3A team competing; otherwise the field consisted of 4A and 5A golfers.  She followed that up with another medalist performance at Thursday's Lakeland Invitational at The Links Golf Club in Post Falls.  She shot an 81 to earn the win, which came against competition from much larger schools once again.


Dallis Shockey, Minico

Shockey won her hometown meet, the Minico Invitational, on Monday at the Rupert Country Club.  She carded a 75 to earn the win.


Hope Aasgard, Gabriel Harold and Sami Sindt, St.Maries


The Lumberjacks' trio finished in a three-way tie for first at Friday's Wallace Invitational at Shoshone Golf Course in Kellogg.  Aasgard ultimately won the card-off, as all three golfers finished with scores of 100.


GIRLS TENNIS


Katri Beck, Burley

Beck earned a 6-0, 6-0 win over Maycee Knowlton of Canyon Ridge in No. 2 singles play on Tuesday.


Frances Roberts and Madeleine Roberts, Canyon Ridge

The Roberts pair earned a 6-2, 6-3 win over Minico in No.1 doubles action on Thursday,



Audrey Judson, Coeur d'Alene

Judson pitched a shutout in No. 1 singles play on Monday against Moscow, winning 6-0, 6-0 over Jayden Pope.  Then on Thursday, Judson was nearly flawless again,  picking up a 6-0, 6-1 win against Post Falls.


Malika Warnick, Lakeland

Warnick picked up another victory at No. 1 singles on Tuesday.  She defeated Post Falls' Matelyn Martinson 6-0, 6-1.  Then on Thursday, she defeated Sandpoint's Neva Reseka 6-2, 6-1.


Maile Evans and Berkeley Cox, Sandpoint

Sandpoint's No. 2 doubles team earned a hard-fought 6-2, 6-2 win over Lewiston on Tuesday.


Isabel Jacobs, Twin Falls

Jacobs continued her outstanding season at No. 1 singles on Tuesday, shutting out Pocatello's Rafferty Holmes 6-0, 6-0.



GIRLS TRACK AND FIELD


Liliana Ortiz, Aberdeen

Ortiz won the 100 meter hurdles at Wednesday's triangular meet in Aberdeen.  Her time of 16.09 is now the best in Class 2A.


Paige Tekippe, Bishop Kelly

At the Boise City Championships on Friday at Bishop Kelly High, Tekippe finished second in the 200 meter dash and long jump, and added a third-place finish in the 100 meter dash.  Despite not winning any events, Tekippe set new Class 4A benchmarks in the 100 (12.48) and 200 (25.41).


Lynzey Searle, Burley

At Friday's Bob Shay Memorial Meet at Wood River High, Searle won the long jump and 100 meter hurdles, and added a second-place finish in the 300 meter hurdles.  Hey 100 meter hurdles time (15.05) is the best in the state.


Megan Rose, Capital

The senior continues to better her times in the short sprints.  At Thursday's Boise City Championships at Bishop Kelly High, Rose won the 100 and 200 meter dashes, setting new personal records and state-best times in each event.  She ran the 100 in 11.98 and the 200 in 25.37.


Kadance Schilling, Clearwater Valley

Schilling swept the hurdles race at Tuesday' Kamiah Meet.  Her time in the 300 meter hurdles (48.04) is the best in Class 1A.



Kiley Cutler, Coeur d'Alene Charter

Cutler won the 300 meter hurdles at Thursday's District 1 Meet of Champions in Post Falls, navigating a crowded field to earn the win.  In the process, she established a new state-best time in Class 3A (47.09).


Tatum Richards, Emmett

The sophomore set a new state-best pole vault mark on Saturday at the BYU High School Invitational in Provo, Utah.  Richards soared 12'10" to win the event and set the new state standard.


Paige Ramsey, Leadore

The senior won the shot put and discus on Wednesday at the Cougar Classic at South Fremont High.  Her shot put throw of 38'11" is the new standard in Class 1A.



Sophie McManus, McCall-Donnelly

The senior won the 800 and 3,200 meter runs, and finished second in the 1,600 meter run on Tuesday at the Mile High Invite in McCall.  Her 3,200 time (11:29.65) is now the top time in Class 3A competition.


Kendall Clark, Melba

All Clark did was win on Friday at the Pilgrim Invitational in New Plymouth.  She picked up first-place finishes in the 100 meter hurdles, high jump and triple jump, and ran the anchor leg on the Mustangs' 4x200 meter relay team.  Her triple jump mark (37'1") is now the best in the state.


Lyzan Gillette, Oakley

Gillette won the 100 meter hurdles and pole vault at Thursday's SRV Conference Championship Meet in Murtaugh.  She cleared 10'0" in the pole vault, which is now the best mark in Class 1A.


Sydney Denison, Payette

The junior was busy at Tuesday's Mile High Invite in McCall.  She won the triple jump, took second in the long jump and pole vault, and finished third in the 200 meter dash.  Her win in the triple jump also set a new 3A-best mark (35'6 1/4").


Libby Boden, Raft River

Boden cleaned up at Thursday's SRV Conference Championship Meet in Murtaugh.  She collected first-place finishes in the 100, 200 and long jump.  Her 100 time of 12.71 is now the time to beat in Class 1A.


Blayre Jeffs, Timberlake

Jeffs swept the shot put and discus at Thursday's District 1 Meet of Champions in Post Falls.  Her shot put throw (41'0") is the new standard in Class 3A.


Jessica Duran, Wendell

Duran won the 3,200 and took second in the 1,600 at Friday's Bob Shay Memorial Meet at Wood River High.  Her 3,200 time of 11:51.41 is now the time to beat in Class 2A.


SOFTBALL


Alexis Coombs, Bear Lake

In a 21-19 regular season win over Soda Springs on Thursday, Coombs went 4-for-5 with a grand slam, a double and ten RBIs.


Hailey Humpherys, Bear Lake

The senior notched 12 strikeouts and scattered five hits in seven innings of work in a regular season 9-1 win on Wednesday against West Side. 


Kymber Wieland, Blackfoot

Wieland pitched a complete game four-hitter as the Broncos shutout Hillcrest in regular season action on Tuesday 16-0.  Wieland picked up nine strikeouts in the victory.  She also went 3-for-4 with two RBIs at the plate.


Halle Fizer, Borah

Fizer pitched all eight innings of Borah's 5-4 regular season win over Capital.  In the extra frame, Fizer also ended the game with a walk-off two-run double to give the Lions the win.


Annie Swanson, Eagle

Swanson went 4-for-4 with three home runs and four RBIs in the Mustangs' 21-5 regular season win over Meridian on Tuesday.


Lizzy Tomasini, Eagle

Tomasini crushed two home runs and finished with seven RBIs as Eagle defeated Meridian 21-5 in their regular season finale on Tuesday.


Madi Fink, Glenns Ferry

In a 15-1 regular season victory against Wilder on Thursday, Fink went the distance in the pitcher's circle.  She allowed one run on just one hit and picked up eight strikeouts.


Maelyn Durham, Gooding

Not only did Durham throw a no-hitter on Wednesday, but the timing couldn't have been better.  Her effort came in the Senators' District Tournament opener against Kimberly.  Durham finished with five strikeouts in five inning of work.  Gooding won 10-0.


Kierra Patterson, Gooding

In Gooding's 10-0 District Tournament win over Kimberly on Wednesday, Patterson went 3-for-4 with two home runs and six RBIs.


Marissa Mauger, Highland

Mauger threw a four-inning no-hitter on Wednesday against Madison in a 17-0 regular season win.  Mauger struck out seven Bobcats and also went 2-for-3 with an RBI offensively.


Olivia Miller, Homedale

On Monday against Weiser in a regular season game, Miller went 3-for-4 with a home run, triple, four RBIs and two runs scored.  The Trojans won 7-3.


Dani Sitts, Homedale

The freshman racked up ten strikeouts in a complete game one-hitter on Saturday in an 18-0 District Tournament win over McCall-Donnelly.


Riley Schneider, Idaho Falls

Schneider went a perfect 4-for-4 with five RBIs as the Tigers defeated Bonneville in regular season play on Tuesday 13-2.


Lilianne Babcock, Jerome

Babcock was a perfect 3-for-3 at the plate and smacked a home run in Jerome's 15-5 District Tournament win over Burley on Tuesday.  Then in a District Tournament upset over Mountain Home on Thursday, Babcock picked up another home run, a double, and four RBIs.


Phoebe Schultze, Lake City

Schultze was sensational in the pitcher's circle on Monday against Lakeland in regular season action.  She threw a complete-game three-hitter and notched eight strikeouts in the 13-3 win.


Devry Bursch, Lakeland

Bursch pitched a complete game shutout as Lakeland wrapped up the regular season conference title with a 13-0 win over Sandpoint on Thursday.  Bursch allowed just two hits and struck out 12 Bulldog batters.


Samantha Mader, Lewiston

Mader helped deliver the regular season Inland Empire League title to Lewiston on Wednesday in a regular season game with Post Falls.  Mader ended the contest with a walk-off RBI triple to give the Bengals a 7-6 win.  She also delivered a complete game in the pitcher's circle and hit a two-run home run.  All told between both games of Lewiston's doubleheader, she finished 5-for-8 with two home runs, a triple, a double and six RBIs.


Madison Green, Malad

Green went a perfect 3-for-3 with five RBIs in the Dragons' 16-0 victory over Soda Springs in regular season action Wednesday.


Libbie Larsen, Marsh Valley

Larsen turned in another outstanding performance in the circle on Tuesday for Marsh Valley.  In a 9-1 regular season win over Snake River, she allowed just two base hits and notched 13 strikeouts.


Keylee Wilson, Melba

In the Mustangs' 21-0 regular season win over Cole Valley Christian, Wilson drove in four runs at the plate and also struck out seven batters in the pitcher's circle.


Jorja Crider, Middleton

Crider went 2-for-3 on Saturday as the Vikings defeated Columbia 22-1 in the opening round of the District Tournament.  Both of her hits left they yard, as she finished with two home runs and seven RBIs.


Carly Boisvert, Mountain View

Boisvert threw a complete game one-hitter on Saturday in an opening round District Tournament win over Boise.  She notched 11 strikeouts in the 10-0 win.


Kylee Morgan, Nampa

Morgan went 3-for-3 with a home run and two RBIs as Nampa defeated Vallivue in the opening round of the District 3 Tournament 11-8 on Saturday.


Alexis Tovar, Nampa

Tovar went the distance on Tuesday in a regular season matchup with Bishop Kelly.  She allowed a single run and struck out nine as Nampa handed BK it's first conference loss 3-1.


Lexi Cudaback, Notus

On Monday, Cudaback pitched a complete-game victory with eight strikeouts and only two hits allowed in a regular season win against Garden Valley.


Rebecca Butterfield, Potlatch

The senior threw a no-hitter on Monday in a 10-0 regular season win over Culdesac.  Butterfield racked up ten strikeouts in the victory.


Tayva McKinney, Potlatch

Across a doubleheader sweep of Prairie on Friday, McKinney went 5-for-7 with two triples and a double.  The Loggers won both games 10-8 and 16-3 and wrapped up the White Pine League regular season title in the process.


Reiss McIntyre, Ridgevue

McIntyre went the distance on Saturday against Emmett in a District Tournament game.  She allowed three hits to go along with seven strikeouts in the Warhawks' 13-0 win.


Addie Campbell, Snake River

Campbell delivered the walk-off double to propel Snake River past American Falls in a wild 16-15 District Tournament game on Saturday.


Lyndsie Larsen, Snake River

Larsen pitched a complete game three-hitter on Saturday in a 5-3 District Tournament win over Marsh Valley.  She racked up nine strikeouts in the victory.


Nicole Powell. South Fremont

South Fremont stormed back against Sugar-Salem in a District Tournament game on Wednesday.  Trailing 13-8, the Cougars scored six runs in the bottom of the seventh for the stunning comeback.  Powell ended the affair with her walk-off single that scored Chantae LeCheminant.  Powell finished a perfect 2-for-2 with two RBIs.


Taci Watkins, St. Maries

Another week, another spot on the Honor Roll for Watkins.  In a regular season doubleheader sweep of Genesee on Friday, Watkins made an impact in the circle and at the plate.  In the first game (a 10-0 win), Watkins tossed a no-hitter, striking out ten batters over five innings of work.  In the second game (an 11-6 win), Watkins picked up three hits and three RBIs.


Sierra John, Thunder Ridge

John helped the Titans walk off 4-3 winners over Rigby in regular season action on Wednesday.  In the bottom of the seventh inning, John hit the game-winning double to score Madyson Williams.  She finished 2-for-3 with two RBIs in the win.


Madyson WIliams, Thunder Ridge

After Williams scored the walk-off run on Wednesday against Rigby, it was her turn to drive in the walk-off run on Friday against Highland.  Williams doubled in the bottom of the seventh, brining home Brynly Dabell with the game-winning run in the Titans' 3-2 regular season victory over the Rams.


Peyton Lindley, Timberlake

In a 26-1 regular season win over Kellogg on Tuesday, Lindley went 3-for-4 with a grand slam, six RBIs and three runs scored.


Amber Thornton, Timberline

Thornton teamed up with Maryn McDaniel to throw a five-inning no-hitter in a regular season win over Boise on Tuesday.  Thornton threw three no-hit innings, and also collected a grand slam and six RBIs offensively in the 18-0 win.


Jordyn Torgerson, West Jefferson

Torgerson threw a six-inning no-hitter against Firth on Wednesday in regular season play.  She struck out ten batters in the 11-0 win, and would have pitched a perfect game if not for three errors by the Panthers defense.  



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