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Sophomore Mountain View Gracie Tentinger hosted a two-run walking town during the eighth inning to raise the Mavericks to a 14 – 14 victory over Rocky Mountain in a soft 5A District 5 championship game on Thursday 9 May, 2019.

Sophomore Mountain View Gracie Tentinger hosted a two-run walking town during the eighth inning to raise the Mavericks to a 14 – 14 victory over Rocky Mountain in a soft 5A District 5 championship game on Thursday 9 May, 2019.

The vote is closed to the latest athletes of the week from Treasure Valley. Here are the winners of this week and you can see the full results below.

  • Girls Track: Lauryn Mitchell, Tri-Valley
  • Boys track: Dakota Lowry, Payette
  • Baseball: Riley Harrison, Mountain View
  • Softball: Sophia Diffin, a hundred years
  • Golf: Alec Dykas, Bishop Kelly
  • Tennis: Josh Swing / Josh Larsen, Middleton

[Related: State baseball brackets | State softball brackets]


  • Madison Jackson, Parma: The senior 3A team won four gold medals for the third year running. This year's draw included the high jump (5-4), 100 obstacles (15.34), 4×200 (1: 49.28) and 4×400 (4: 16.87).
  • Aly Tekippe, Bishop Kelly: Each of the four events that came into a 4A area was won by senior people, including pole vault (10-6), long jump (17-5), triennial jump (36-7) and 4×100 ( 48.86).
  • Alma Fernandez, Wilder: The fresh man scored all of Wilder's points at the 1A area together finishing fourth in the 100 (13.69) and fifth in the 200 (13.96). She placed school records in both events.
  • Lauryn Mitchell, Tri-Valley: The sophomore was qualified for states in four events and its finishes at the 1A area together, including the second place in the 400 (1: 02.1), 300 earrings (50.09) and 4×400, and the third in the high jump (4-8).
  • Brooke Weimer, Christian Christian Christian: The junior winners won three area titles at level 2A by winning the 100 (12.36), the 200 (24.97) and the long jump (19-2). This season was the fastest time in the state in any class, with the state's top marks in the 400, 300 earrings and long jump as well.
  • Emma Hollon, Tri-Valley: The sophomore won gold medals in the 800 relay race (2: 27.14) and medley (1: 59.22), and she also qualified for states in the 1,600 relays (5: 51.62) and 4×400 (4: 22.68).
  • Larissa Hansen, Tri-Valley: The sophomore qualified for state in the four maximum events, including the 800, pole vault and 4×400 and medley relays.


  • Dakota Lowry, Payette: Senior state 3A qualified people meet in three separate events in their area – they meet the three (38-5), 110 hurdles (16.93) and 300 obstacles (44.08).
  • Charter of Independence: Caleb Hamblin: Junior is 1,600 and 3,200 fastest in 1A this season, and lived up to billing through both events at a 1A area swept together in 4: 24.24 and 9: 43.02. In addition, he was in charge of the 4×400 Patriots' team and medley relay to district titles.
  • Josiah Seward, Meridian: The senior person won the district title 5A in the 110 hurdles at 14.71 seconds. He also directed the 4×400 Warriors' team with title (3: 24.49) and finished third in the 200.
  • Firace Kabongo, Capital: In its first season as a sweater, the senior person 5A won a district title in the high jump (6-6) and jump three-point (44-1). He also placed third in the long jump.
  • Colt Uhlenkott, Tri-Valley: The 1A senior won a district title in the pole dome (13-0) and in the disco (135-2). His 13-foot pole vault is the best one among poles 1A poles this season unless he had already gone 14 feet earlier this month.
  • Austin Bolt, Borah: The junior set a school record in the 400 (48.38) preliminary claims of the area together, the fastest 400 hours in the state to date this season. He won the finals in 50.72 seconds.


  • Riley Harrison, Mountain View: The senior person assisted the Mavericks in directing their first area title in the history of the program. He drove in the Mavericks' just two races involving a 2-1 win, then he won three in a game 2 before leaving after taking a linear drive to the head and needing to go to intensive care.
  • Connor Ferguson, Capital: Capital won two mound winners in the 5A competition swap in the 5A District. He held faces on three unearned races in 10.2 instruments as he went out.
  • Ethan Horner, Capital: The senior person hit two drilling and struck seven in a district tournament elimination game. He spent three days without scoring to save money in a game state match against Lake City.
  • Finnley Butler, Boise: The senior person scored five-in-five, out of his stance, set up to win in the Braves state tournament meeting with a 10-0 victory over Meridian. It also went 1-for-3 to two RBI for Handheld, which ended in the SIC 5A during the regular season.
  • Angelo Koslosky, Horseshoe: Nine senior stopping machines were presented by the senior staff at the district 1A competition. He allowed one hit while hitting out 15, and he made seven hits, a triple base and 12 stolen coins to crush the state's Mustangs.


  • Riley Jones, Bishop Kelly: The junior made three appearances in the hatch circle and Bishop Kelly bore their ticket to say. In nine surprises, she struck out 19. She also knocked home by running against Kuna.
  • Gracie Tentinger, Mountain View: The two-tier sophomore broke home, a walk which was held in the bottom of the eighth inning of the District ThreeA championship game to raise the Mavericks to their first district title since 2015.
  • Ashley Connor, Eagle: She broke two races at home during 10-0 Mustangs win over Boise in the first round of the district 5A competition. She finished the 7-for-10 competition with eight RBIs.
  • Kalyn Walker, Mountain Rocky: She led the Grizzlies to end the runner-up in the district and back to the state competition by placing 6-for-12 on the plate with two doubles, two trials, running at home and four RBIs in three matches.
  • Sophia Diffin, Hundred Years: The Patriots return to the state after Diffin struck two slam last week. She completed the area's 6-to-11 competition with two duplicates, two large slaves and nine RBIs.
  • Lainey Lyle, Middleton: The senior figures in charge of the semifinals 4A match and the area championships, with 14 combined mergers and two races (headaches), were being approved by five goals and reaching 25.


  • Kobe Peterson, Ridgevue: The sophomore shot on 78 with a runner-up at the 4A boys area together.
  • Skyler Cook, Kuna: The senior person attached to Peterson meets for the second at the 4A boys area with a round of 78.
  • Seth Jones, Mountain View: The junior won the 5A title for the boys' area with a person under 68 years of age.
  • Alec Dykas, Bishop Kelly: He won his second straight district 4A boys title with round 74.
  • Wood Emalie, Middleton: She won the 4A girls area title with round 81.
  • Elle McCord, Eagle: She won a solo title at the girls' 5A area and met a fair round 71, and she called the team title Mustangs.


  • Kaylee Benear / Logan Lloyd, Fruitland: Both fell from eight games to win a double double 3A title.
  • Jessie Maimer, Vallivue: The junior stays not be hit after they enter the title of the 4A girls singles area without a set stop.
  • Kyle Garner, Eagle: It was the sophomore that led Eagle to the second title of a direct area team through a 5A single boys competition to win for the second year in a row.
  • Grace Soulen, Weiser: The junior improved his record to 16-0 with an area 3A girls singles title.
  • Isaac To omalatai, Weiser: The junior finished in the 3A boys singles area competition.
  • Alex Alanzo, Nampa: One of Nampa's only two seniors, he finished third in the 4A boys competition.
  • Josh Swing / Josh Larsen, Middleton: The duo played together from the middle of the school and rolled to a 4A area title in boys' diaries. They are not hit against competition 4A.

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