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Idaho High School Softball: Primetime Pitchers (Week of 4/10 - 4/15)
Two no-hitters highlight this week's list of Primetime Pitchers
Published: 4/18/2023 6:46:29 AM
Brandon Baney
Managing Editor/Broadcaster


It’s time for this week’s edition of Primetime Pitchers.  Every Tuesday, we'll recap the five most dominating pitching performances from the past week of softball competition.

Why five?  Because most pitching rotations carry five players.

I should note that these are single-game performances only.  I don't have the math skills to pull off calculating weekly totals. 

If you'd like to nominate an athlete for our Primetime Pitchers list, send an email to 

With that said, here's our list of Idaho softball's Primetime Pitchers, from the week of April 10th to April 15th.  The performances will be listed in chronological order.

1. Jessica Ketola, Jr, Clearwater Valley

Ketola was dealing in the Rams’ 14-0 shutout of rival Kamiah in a Whitepine League contest on Monday, April 10th.  Ketola pitched a complete game, two-hit shutout, and notched 12 strikeouts in the win.

2. Ally Evans, So, Century

The Diamondbacks picked up a 6-1 non-conference win over Minico on Monday, April 10th, and Evans was a big reason why.  She went the distance, throwing seven innings.  Evans yielded a lone run on just five hits, and finished with 11 strikeouts as well.

3. Riglee Peterson, So, Malad

Malad served notice in their South East Idaho Conference opener on Monday, April 10th, by dealing rival West Side an 11-0 defeat.  In the circle, Peterson allowed a single hit in six innings of work, with ten strikeouts and zero walks.

4. Jewel Bell, Jr, New Plymouth

There have been a lot of high-strikeout games this year, but Bell’s performance on Monday, April 10th against Marsing may take the cake.  In a 7-0 Western Idaho Conference win, Bell struck out 18 Huskies, while also pitching a no-hitter.  A lone walk was the only thing that prevented Bell from earning a perfect game, but it was an incredible performance regardless.

5. Kylee Palmer, Jr, Lake City

Palmer pitched both games of an Inland Empire League doubleheader sweep of Sandpoint on Tuesday, April 11th.  Her second game in particular was dazzling, as Palmer threw a no-hitter with five strikeouts to lead the Timberwolves to a 25-0 win.  Her first game, a 13-2 triumph, was also good.  Palmer allowed just three hits and struck out 11 Sandpoint batters.

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