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IdahoSports.com Team of the Year: Semifinal Matchup (Kendrick Football vs. Sugar-Salem Girls Soccer)
Which team will advance in our Team of the Year competition?
Published: 6/17/2024 8:47:27 AM
 

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KENDRICK FOOTBALL

 

1st Round

Defeated Soda Springs Girls Track and Field (55% to 45%)

Quarterfinals

Defeated Meridian Boys Wrestling (60% to 40%)

 

Head Coach

Zane Hobart, 12th Season

 

Key Athletes

Brock Boyer, 11, Offensive Line/Defensive Line

Sawyer Hewett, 11, Running Back/Defensive Back

Ty Koepp, 12, Quarterback

Dallas Morgan, 12, Offensive Line/Defensive Line

Hunter Taylor, 12, Wide Receiver/Defensive Back

 

Kendrick’s large group of seniors just finished a run that included a 37-4 run and three consecutive Class 1A Division II championships.  In playoff victories over Dietrich, Hagerman and Camas County this past November, the Tigers outscored their opponents 246-20.

It’s easy to point to the talents of four-year starting quarterback Ty Koepp and his bevy of talented ball-handlers like Sawyer Hewett, Hunter Taylor, Mason Kimberling, Wyatt Fitzmorris, etc.  But the true strength of Kendrick’s dominance starts with two-way linemen Dallas Morgan (6-foot-3, 262 pounds) and Brock Boyer (6-foot-2, 220 pounds).  Size like that is unheard of in Idaho’s smallest classification.

Next year will provide an interesting challenge, as several starting spots in the lineup will be turned over to newcomers.  Kendrick also will be moving up a classification level in 2024.  But for now, let’s simply bask in all that the Tigers did in 2023.


 

SUGAR-SALEM GIRLS SOCCER

 

1st Round

Defeated Skyview Volleyball (61% to 39%)

Quarterfinals

Defeated Kimberly softball (65% to 35%)

 

Head Coach

Scott Terry, 9th Season

 

Key Athletes

Allie Christensen, 11, Forward

Andee Petterson, 9, Forward

Kamryn Teichert, 10, Defender

Isabelle Tuttle, 11, Defender

Dakota Weekes, 12, Midfielder

 

Sugar-Salem won its first championship ever in girls soccer this past season.  Veteran coach Scott Terry led the Diggers to the title just hours after also coaching the Sugar-Salem boys soccer team to a 3A championship, becoming the first coach in Idaho soccer history to accomplish that feat.

The Diggers were not merely good in 2023, they were dominant.  Sugar-Salem went a perfect 21-0.  They scored a total of 135 goals, or over six goals per game.  But the most impressive number came on defense, where the Diggers allowed a total of eight goals all season.

And lest opponents think the worst of it is over, there were only five seniors on this year’s team.  Freshman Andee Petterson was named the Mountain Rivers Conference Offensive Player of the Year, and junior Isabelle Tuttle earned the Defensive Player of the Year award.  So….yeah, these Diggers aren’t going anywhere.

 





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