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Kion Williams, Borah: The Lions orchestrated an upset of previously unbeaten Eagle with big help from their junior receiver/defensive back. Williams caught Borah's first touchdown of the game on a 48-yard pass and finished with six catches for 188 yards. On defense, Williams picked off an Eagle pass in the end zone to stop the Mustangs' potential game-winning drive with about 2 minutes remaining in the fourth quarter.
Sarah Barker, Timberline: The junior setter set a school record for assists in a single match with 51 in a 25-19, 18-25, 25-19, 19-25, 15-13 victory over Eagle. Barker then totaled 110 assists, 25 digs, 11 kills, nine aces and three blocks in the Mountain View tournament over the weekend, helping the Wolves finish second.
Maison O'Neill, Timberline: The Wolves locked up the No. 1 seed for the 5A District Three Tournament with a 2-1 win over Borah and a 2-0 victory against Boise, a game in which O'Neill scored one goal. The defensive centerback who has committed to Regis University also played a key role in helping the Wolves beat Borah 3-2 in the first round of the district tournament on Saturday.
Tias Rosenkrance, Mountain View: The Mavericks wrapped up regular-season play with a 3-1 win over Capital as Rosenkrance scored two goals. Then in the first round of the 5A District Three Tournament, Rosenkrance tallied all three of his team's goals in a 3-2 overtime victory against Capital.
GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY
Sierra Manzer, Melba: The sophomore clocked the best time in the state so far this season according to athletic.net by winning the Melba Invitational in 18 minutes, 37 seconds.
BOYS CROSS COUNTRY
Thomas Rigby, Boise: The senior finished second at the Lewiston Invitational with a season-best time of 16 minutes, 9.73 seconds. Rigby's time ranks 13th in the state among all classifications according to athletic.net.