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Griffin Pape, Eagle: The junior righty pitched 6 1/3 innings of scoreless ball against Rocky Mountain, as the Mustangs went on to earn a 2-1 victory. Page gave up just one hit and 80 percent of his 58 pitches were for strikes. Rocky coach Jake Taylor credited Pape with giving the best pitching performance against the Grizzlies this season.
Aubrey Creekmore, Middleton: The sophomore shortstop went a combined 12-for-15 in four games last week for the Vikings. Creekmore also added five doubles, one triple, one home run and seven RBIs to help the Vikings maintain second place in the 4A Southern Idaho Conference.
Lila Klopfenstein, Meridian: The senior became just the fourth high school runner in Idaho history to run the 1,600 meters in less than 5 minutes. Klopfenstein clocked a time of 4 minutes, 59.57 seconds to win the event at the Bandanna Invitational at Mountain View High. Shortly after her mile victory, Klopfenstein ran to a third-place finish in the 800.
Bryson Stout, Meridian: The junior had a strong performance at the Bandanna Invitational, winning the 100 (11.08 seconds), 200 (22.22) and running a leg on Meridian’s winning 4×200 relay team. He also was a member of Meridian’s second-place 4×400 team. Stout’s time in the 200 ranks No. 1 in the state according to athletic.net.
Bianca Mok, Boise: The sophomore and defending 5A state girls singles champion won both of her matches last week to help the Braves earn wins over Centennial and Capital. Mok defeated Centennial’s Ellie Gamble 6-2, 6-1 and added a 6-0, 6-0 win over Capital’s Josie Blair.
Bryce Nattress, Fruitland: The senior led the Grizzlies to 3A Snake River Valley wins against Weiser and Homedale last week. Nattress beat Weiser’s Dominic Aubrey 6-1, 6-2 and then topped Homedale’s Kincade Kincheloe 6-2, 6-1.
Lou Points, Eagle: The Mustangs earned a one-stroke team victory in a four-team match played at Plantation Country Club with the help of Points’ nine-hole total of 39, good for medalist honors.
Mark Brassey, Timberline: The senior and Boise State commit earned medalist honors with his nine-hole total of 35 at Shadow Valley. Brassey’s victory in combination with a strong team performance helped the Wolves defeat defending state champion Eagle by six strokes.