Monday, Oct. 8

BOYS SOCCER

BISHOP KELLY 2, KUNA 1: Saul Huerta and Nic Taugher each scored a goal as the Knights (5-8-5) kept their season alive with a 5A District III Tournament elimination game win over the Kavemen (5-11-2).

Ibrahim Ba had the lone goal of the game for Kuna in the season-ending loss.

GIRLS SOCCER

VALLIVUE 2, KUNA 1: Raque Landa and Rorie Lowe both scored goals as the Falcons (11-5-1) notched a berth to the state tournament in a win over Kuna (14-4) in the 4A District III semifinals.

Hailee Mize bagged 12 saves, while Elizabeth Gonzalez assisted in both goals for Vallivue.

VOLLEYBALL

KUNA 3, CALDWELL 1: Courtney Weatherby notched nine kills and 14 digs as Kuna (12-3 overall, 12-3 4A Southern Idaho Conference) upended the Cougars (3-9, 3-9) in four 25-20, 20-25, 25-20, 25-16 in 4A SIC action.

Adysen Allen added 11 kills, while Hannah Calley had four aces and 13 digs in the win for Kuna.

Saturday, Oct. 6

BOYS SOCCER

MIDDLETON 6, KUNA 1: Antonio Rossi notched four goals as the Vikings (14-2-1) blew out the Kavemen (5-10-2) in the first round of the 4A District III Tournament.

Cole Heck and Daxton Wyatt scored the other two goals for Middleton in the win.

Kaleb Lee had the lone goal for Kuna in the loss.

GIRLS SOCCER

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KUNA 5, RIDGEVUE 0

Friday, Oct. 5

Football

MELBA 48, NAMPA CHRISTIAN 16 No other statistics were reported.

Thursday, Oct. 4

VOLLEYBALL

MELBA 3, McCALL-DONNELLY 0: The Mustangs (10-4, 5-4) swept the Vandals (5-7, 3-5) in a 2A WIC match.

Madisen Bunnell led Melba with 30 digs and four aces and Emma Clark had 20 digs and eight kills.

FOOTBALL

BISHOP KELLY 32, KUNA 14: The Knights (6-1, 6-1), thanks to Nampa’s upset win over Middleton, are now in a three-way tie for first in the 4A Southern Idaho Conference.

Kuna fell to 3-4 and 2-4. No details were reported.

Tuesday, Oct. 2

Volleyball

MELBA 3, NEW PLYMOUTH 0: Melba beat New Plymouth in three.

Madisen Bunnell 23 digs and four aces that contributed to the win. Emma Clark had seven kills and seven aces. Kate Clark had 10 kills.

 

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