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Idaho High School Softball: Primetime Pitchers (Week of 4/24 - 4/29)
A perfect game highlights this week's list of top softball pitching performances
Published: 5/2/2023 11:15:57 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 24th to April 29th.  The performances will be listed in chronological order.

1. Dani Sitts, Jr, Homedale

Sitts is becoming a weekly fixture on our Primetime Pitchers list.  This time, she delivered seven innings of two-hit ball in a 9-0 Snake River Valley Conference win over McCall-Donnelly on Monday, April 24th.  Sitts racked up 15 strikeouts in the win, as well.

2. Dani Quinn, So, Rocky Mountain

Rocky Mountain picked up an 11-1 win over Boise in Southern Idaho Conference action on Tuesday, April 25th.  Quinn certainly did her part at the plate, slugging a home run and stealing two bags, but her work in the pitcher’s circle was impressive, as well.  Quinn pitched all seven innings, allowing one unearned run on just two hits.  She struck out 12 while only walking one Boise batter.

3. Megan Meracle, Jr, Borah

Borah started the year slowly, but the Lions have slowly picked up steam with each passing week.  A 2-1 win over Southern Idaho Conference favorite Owyhee on Tuesday, April 25th certainly turned heads, and Meracle was a big reason why.  A 2-1 game leaves no room for error, and the junior tossed seven innings, allowing just five hits and a lone earned run.  Meracle also struck out 15 Owyhee batters in Borah’s biggest game of the year.

4. Riglee Peterson, So, Malad

In a rematch of last year’s state championship game, Malad once again bested West Jefferson on Friday, April 28th in a 4-0 non-conference win.  Peterson sizzled in the circle, tossing a complete game two-hitter.  She struck out 11 Panthers while walking only one.

5. Taci Watkins, Sr, St. Maries

Watkins once again delivered a standout performance, but Saturday’s 4-0 win over Liberty (Washington) was great even by her lofty standards.  Watkins pitched a perfect game…that’s right, 21 batters up, 21 batters down.  Of the 21 outs recorded, 18 came via strikeout.

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