Maddy Kelly

Lebanon High graduate Maddy Kelly collected a pair of NAIA national qualifying marks in Saturday's dual meet with Soka University. 

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Women’s swimming

Maddy Kelly (Lebanon), competing for College of Idaho, won the 100 yard backstroke (1 minute, 2.7 seconds) and the 200 IM (2:26.02) at Saturday’s dual meet with Soka University in Aliso Viejo, California. Both times were NAIA national qualifying marks.

Kelly also swam legs on College of Idaho’s winning 200 medley and 200 freestyle relay teams.


Lucie Davis (Sweet Home), competing for Boise State, placed fourth in the 200 freestyle with a time of 1:54.37 at Saturday’s dual meet with Northern Arizona in Flagstaff, Arizona.


Piper Engler (Lebanon), competing for Southwestern Oregon, finished second in the 100 butterfly with a time of 1:05.98 during Friday’s dual with Willamette in Salem.

Women’s basketball

Corey James (West Albany) had seven points, four rebounds and four assists Saturday in Portland State’s 81-72 win at Sacramento State.


Ali Nelke (West Albany) had eight points, three rebounds, two steals and an assist Saturday in Western Oregon’s 79-67 home loss to Central Washington in Monmouth.

Last Thursday, Nelke had four points, four rebounds, an assist and a steal in a 72-67 loss to visiting Northwest Nazarene.


Paige Graham (Scio) had nine points and two rebounds Tuesday in Linfield’s 66-63 loss at Willamette in Salem.

Saturday, Graham had six points, five rebounds, two steals and a block in an 83-47 loss at George Fox in Newberg.

Friday, Graham had three points, two rebounds and an assist in a 62-45 home win over Pacific in McMinnville.


Maci Bozett (Lebanon) had 14 points, three steals, two assists and a rebound Saturday in Corban’s 78-73 loss at Northwest in Kirkland.

Friday, Bozett had eight points, four rebounds and two assists in a 66-64 victory at Evergreen State in Olympia, Washington.


Katie Skipworth (Lebanon) had six points, three steals, two assists and a rebound Saturday in Skagit Valley’s 63-61 victory at Everett in Everett, Washington.

Last Wednesday, Skipworth had five points, seven rebounds, two assists and two steals in a 79-76 loss at Peninsula in Port Angeles, Washington.

Men’s basketball

Nate Sherwood (West Albany) had 14 points, three rebounds and an assist Saturday in Idaho’s 96-71 home victory over North Dakota. Teammate Chad Sherwood (West Albany) added five points, three rebounds and three assists.

Last Thursday, Nate Sherwood had six points, four rebounds, two assists and a block and Chad Sherwood seven points and three rebounds in an 80-63 loss to visiting Northern Colorado.

Idaho will face Portland State at 8 p.m. Thursday at Lewis & Clark College in Portland.


Cooper Getsfrid (West Albany) had six points, seven rebounds, an assist and a block Saturday in Linn-Benton’s 70-63 victory at Mt. Hood in Gresham.

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Last Wednesday, Getsfrid had eight points, five rebounds, three blocks, an assist and a steal in a 79-71 home win over Lane.


Cal Poly’s Colton Schilling (Sweet Home) earned a 16-0 technical fall (2 minutes, 42 seconds) over Brandon Kier at 141 pounds Saturday in a home dual meet with Stanford. Teammate Ty Schilling (Sweet Home) dropped a 4-2 decision to Anthony Le at 133.


Providence’s Adrian Lyons-Lopez (South Albany) pinned Devan Williams in 5:47 at 174 in last Wednesday’s dual meet with Dickinson State in Dickinson, North Dakota.

Women’s indoor track and field

Nicole Niskanen (South Albany) ran a leg on Western Oregon’s 1,600-meter relay team that finished 20th in 4 minutes, 7.29 seconds at last weekend’s UW Invitational in Seattle.

Men’s indoor track and field

Jake LaCoste (West Albany), competing for Air Force, placed 11th in the triple jump at 43 feet, 6½ inches last weekend at the Air Force Invitational in Colorado Springs, Colorado.


Zack Short (Lebanon), competing for Idaho, placed 10th in the shot put with a top throw of 56-4½ last weekend at the UW Invitational.

A.J. Holmberg (Scio) ran a leg for Western Oregon’s distance medley relay team that won in 9:47.56.

— Compiled by Bob Lundeberg


Sports Reporter

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