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Idaho High School Baseball: Primetime Pitchers (Week of 4/17 - 4/22)
We have a special six-pack of Primetime Pitchers on this week's list
Published: 4/25/2023 3:38:48 PM
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 baseball 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 baseball's Primetime Pitchers, from the week of April 17th to April 22nd.  The performances will be listed in chronological order.

1. Camden Boyd, Jr, Lighthouse Christian

A late result on Saturday, April 15th, slid under the radar, as Lighthouse Christian defeated Glenns Ferry 12 to 2 at the Pilots’ Wood Bat Tournament.  Boyd starred on the mound, tossing a no-hitter with 17 strikeouts in the win.  We’ll add his performance here, because it was too incredible not to include.

2. Sam Lindsley, Jr, Grangeville

Grangeville took a nail-biter of a win on Tuesday, April 18th, against Central Idaho League foe Kellogg, by a final score of 1-0.  Lindsley was brilliant on the mound for the Bulldogs, delivering 17 strikeouts and taking a no-hitter into the seventh and final inning.  A hit from Kellogg’s Reed Whatcott in the seventh was the only blemish on Lindsley’s resume.

3. Nolan Hardesty, Sr, Twin Falls

Hardesty delivered a six-inning masterpiece in an 8-0 win over Mountain Home in Great Basin Conference play on Thursday, April 20th.  Hardesty allowed one lone hit to the Tigers, while notching 13 strikeouts in the shutout win.

4. Grayden Lucas, Jr, Skyview

The junior threw a no-hitter on Friday, April 21st, as the Hawks took control of the Southern Idaho Conference race with a 1-0 win over Columbia.  With the final score being 1-0, Lucas had to be pefect, and outside of three walks, he was.  Lucas also struck out 12 ‘Cats in the victory.

5. Bronson Brookins, Jr, Burley

In an important Great Basin Conference game against Jerome on Friday, April 21st, Brookins threw a complete game shutout, tossing five innings of one-hit ball with nine strikeouts.

6. Dillon Fine, Jr, Homedale
    Payton Fine, Jr, Homedale

The Fine brothers combined for a no-hitter in a tight 2-1 Snake River Valley Conference win over Fruitland on Wednesday, April 19th.  Dillon pitched 6 1/3 innings of no hit ball, striking out 14 batters in the process.  Dillon’s one problem was walks, as he issued six free passes that led to the Grizzlies’ lone run.  Payton came in for the final 2/3 of an inning, striking out one batter to pick up the save.

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