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Riley Bradshaw, Rocky Mountain: The Grizzlies opened the 2013 season with a 63-41 win over Lake City of Coeur d’Alene. Bradshaw, a senior quarterback, had the offense singing. He completed 17-of-24 passes for 304 yards, six touchdowns and no interceptions while adding 119 yards on the ground.
Maddi Osburn, Vallivue: Based on statistics reported to the Idaho Statesman, Osburn had more kills than any other player last week. The senior outside hitter pounded out 18 kills, 13 digs and one ace as the Falcons swept Capital 25-22, 25-23, 25-22.
Allegra Weeks, Timberline: Last year’s third-place team at state got off to a 3-0 start with the help of their junior striker. Weeks scored a hat trick (three goals), in three straight games, including two games last week. Weeks had three goals and two assists in an 8-0 route of Capital, and then added three goals in Timberline’s 4-0 victory against Eagle. On Aug. 24, Weeks dropped in three goals in a win over Mountain View.
Carter Perry, Boise: Last year’s state runner-up squad produced three shutout victories last week. Perry, a senior, had a hand in 13 of Boise’s 15 goals. Boise started the week with a 5-0 win against Eagle as Perry had four goals and one assist. He then added four assists in a 6-0 route of Borah, and finished the week with three goals in a 4-0 victory over Capital.
GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
Sam McKinnon, Mountain View: The senior began her season by leading Mountain View to a team win at the Jimmy Driscoll Invitational at Bishop Kelly High. McKinnon won the meet in 18 minutes, 40.78 seconds, breaking the previous meet record, according to Mountain View coach Tracy Harris. McKinnon’s 5-kilometer time is the fastest in the state this season, according to athletic.net.
BOYS CROSS COUNTRY
Jacob Davis, Capital: The Eagles captured the team title at the Jimmy Driscoll Invitational at Bishop Kelly High with the help of a 10-second win from Davis. The sophomore completed the 5-kilometer course in 16 minutes, 30.51 seconds, which is the fastest time in the state this season, according to athletic.net.