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The Boise State men’s and women’s cross country teams are headed to Terre Haute, Indiana, on Saturday.

That is the site of the NCAA Championship meet. Both Broncos teams heard their named called when the 31-team fields for the meet were announced.

The women’s 6-kilometer race is scheduled for 9:15 a.m. MST with the men’s 10-kilometer final starting an hour later.

The women punched their ticket for a fifth time, all in the last six years, as all five scoring runners earned All-West Region honors on Friday.

The Boise State men head to nationals for a fifth straight season and sixth overall.

MEN’S BASKETBALLNNU MEN COME AWAY WITH VICTORY: The Northwest Nazarene men’s basketball team came away with an 82-68 victory against Texas A&M Kingsville in the Fairfield Inn Crossover Challenge.

Ezekiel Alley had a game-high 23 points on 9-of-13 shooting for the Nighthawks (3-0). George Reidy added 20 points and four assists, Sam Roth had 12 points and four rebounds and Adalberto Diaz had 10 points and eight rebounds. Gabriel Murphy chipped in with 11 rebounds and Jaylen Fox had five assists.

MEN’S SOCCERNNU FALLS: Seattle Pacific blanked Northwest Nazarene 1-0.

The Falcons scored on a penalty kick in the 48th minute after a handball was called in the box. NNU finishes its season at 7-11 overall and 3-9 in GNAC play.

VOLLEYBALL

RAMS TOP BRONCOS: League-leading Colorado State dispatched of Boise State 25-21, 25-19, 25-15 in a Mountain West match in Fort Collins, Colorado.

Lauren Ohlinger led Boise State (16-11 overall, 8-8 MW) with six kills.

NNU WINS: Northwest Nazarene topped Concordia in a five-set match 15-25, 25-15, 25-19, 23-25, 15-10.

Lexi Ward led NNU (13-12, 9-9 GNAC) with 10 kills and four blocks.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

NNU SUFFERS HOME LOSS: The Northwest Nazarene women’s basketball team lost 72-64 to Westminster during the Fairfield Inn Crossover Challenge.

The loss was the first at home for the Nighthawks (2-2) since Jan. 9, 2018. They had won 21 in a row at the Johnson Sports Center.

Marina Valles’ 15 points, six rebounds and five assists led the Nighthawks. Zoe Wessels added nine points, Avery Albrecht had eight points and six rebounds, McKenna Emerson had eight points and five steals and Erin Jenkins had eight points.

HIGH SCHOOL

GIRLS BASKETBALL

MOUNTAIN VIEW 55, LAKE CITY 22: Laila Saenz netted 11 points, seven steals and five rebounds as the Mavericks (2-0) eased to a nonconference win.

Trinity Slocum added nine points, five rebounds and three assists, while Naya Ojukwu added nine points, four rebounds and four blocks.

TIMBERLINE 81, CENTENNIAL 25: The Wolves (2-0, 2-0) scored 56 points in the first half and cruised past the Patriots in a 5A Southern Idaho Conference game.

Ava Ranson scored 27 points to give with five assists and five steals and Emma Ellinghouse added 17 points and six rebounds.

EAGLE 53, SKYVIEW 31: The Mustangs (2-0, 2-0) had no problem with the Hawks in a 5A SIC game.

Betsey King led Eagle with 17 points and four steals and Elise Boockholdt had 13 points.

ROCKY MOUNTAIN 47, MERIDIAN 43: Jeleesa Lawrence nearly recorded a double-double with 14 points and nine rebounds, but it wasn’t enough as the Warriors (0-1, 0-1) dropped their season-opener.

Mary Mpoyo had 13 points and four steals for Meridian in the loss.

KUNA 37, MINICO 31: Kuna (1-0) opened a 23-12 lead in the first half and held off the Spartans in a nonleague game.

Miaja Mills led Kuna with seven points and 10 rebounds.

EMMETT 63, WEISER 54, OT: Jazzy Jenkins led the Huskies (1-1) with 16 points and eight rebounds in the nonleague win over the Wolverines.

Gemma LaVergne added 15 points and six rebounds for Emmett.

Maddy Erickson led Weiser with 18 points and 13 rebounds.

LIBERTY CHARTER 43, MARSING 28: Madison Hodnett logged a double-double with 22 points and 18 points, as the Patriots (1-0) won their season opener.

Grace Gerdes chipped in with 10 points, eight assists and seven rebounds.

PRO

STEELHEADS LOSE ON LATE GOAL: The Idaho Steelheads (8-3-4) scored with four seconds left in regulation to force extra time and pick up one point in a 4-3 shootout loss to the Tulsa Oilers (7-9-1).

Will Merchant, Anthony Nellis and Kyle Schempp all scored for the Steelheads in regulation.

After a scoreless overtime, Steelheads forward A.J. White opened the shootout with a goal, but Oilers forwards Brent Gates and Charlie Sampair scored in the first and third rounds to take the 4-3 shootout result.

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