March 22:

NAMPA CHRISTIAN 5, MELBA 1: Jessie Wood pitched seven innings of three-hit ball, allowing one unearned run and striking out four as Nampa Christian won in 2A WIC play.

Kendra Mullins hit a triple, then scored on a throwing error to lead off a three-run fourth inning for the Trojans, while Sierra Brookshire and Sydney Cagle each added RBI hits in the fourth to give the Trojans a 4-0 lead.

Mullins added an RBI single in the fifth.

SKYVIEW 5, KUNA 3: Jake Bernal hit a sacrifice fly in the bottom of the fifth inning giving Skyview the go-ahead run, as the Hawks won in non-conference play.

Harris Villanueva and Bryson Vaughn both had RBI doubles for the Hawks in the victory.

March 23:

KUNA 4, ROCKY MOUNTAIN 1: Riley Merithew led off the fifth inning with a solo home run, Teryn Vanderwiel drove in the go-ahead run on an error later in the inning and Lyndsey Jones added two insurance runs with a two-run single in the seventh as Kuna beat Rocky Mountain in 5A SIC play.

Rylee Newman earned the complete-game win for Kuna in the circle, holding the Grizzlies to two hits.


March 22

KUNA FALLS TO BORAH: Jovanni Munoz picked up a 6-3, 6-0 win in No. 1 boys single, but that was the only win picked up by Kuna as the boys team lost 5-1 and the girls lost 6-0.

March 23:

KUNA BEAT BY TIMBERLINE: Caylee Johnson earned a 6-4, 6-0 in in girls No. 3 singles, but that was Kuna’s only win as the girls team fell 5-1 to Timberline and the boys lost 6-0.


March 23

CLARK LEADS MELBA GIRLS TO TEAM TITLE: Emma Clark earned four wins, leading the Melba girls track and field team to a team title.

Clark won the 100 meters with a time of 13.02 seconds, cleared 10 feet, 6 inches on the pole vault, won the long jump with a distance of 16-04.75 and the triple jump with a distance of 34-08.

Melba finished with 224 points as a team, well ahead of second-place McCall-Donnelly, which finished with 95.5.

Kylahn Heritage also won the 1,600- and 3,200-meter titles for the Mustangs.

Liberty Charter won the boys team title with 121 points, ahead of Melba’s 106.83.

Ashton Sedrick won the 100-, 200- and 400-meter titles for the Patriots.


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