Sam Zimmer netted two goals as the Boise boys soccer team finished the regular season unbeaten at 16-0 with a 4-0 shutout of Meridian Monday night in 5A Southern Idaho Conference play.

Sawyer Luthy added a goal and an assist for the Brave, who didn’t allow a single shot on goal.

EAGLE 2, MOUNTAIN VIEW 0: Ben Denton and Colton Webb both scored a goal for the Mustangs in their 5A Southern Idaho Conference win.

Dallas Sweesy recorded four saves to earn the shutout for Eagle.

TIMBERLINE 2, BORAH 2: Cambel Everitt and Mason Slaughter each had a goal for the Wolves in a draw with the Lions in 5A SIC play.

GIRLS SOCCER

MOUNTAIN VIEW 1, EAGLE 1: Brooke Snyder scored a goal and Justine Humphrey made saves for the Mavericks in a draw with the Mustangs in 5A SIC play.

KUNA 7, RIDGEVUE 0: Jayla Ponce netted four goals, while Lexi Haws added a pair as Kuna cruised in a 4A Southern Idaho Conference win.

Ariel Kotte made three saves in the shutout performance in goal for Kuna.

COLLEGE BASKETBALL

GO OUT AND MEET THE YOTES: Tuesday night is the annual Meet the Yotes Night, inside the J.A. Albertson Activities Center, beginning at 7 p.m.

It gives fans their first look at both the C of I men’s and women’s basketball teams — with both squads participating in a short scrimmage, followed by a 3-point contest, a skills challenge for the fans, t-shirt giveaways and ticket giveaways for kids in attendance.

The event is free and is expected to last one hour.

GOLF

NNU’S ENTENMAN EARNS GNAC AWARD: Northwest Nazarene sophomore Taylor Entenman was named the Great Northwest Athletic Conference Women’s Golfer of the Week.

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Entenman shared the award with Simon Fraser’s Emily Leung.

The Nighthawks golfer won the SMU Invite held Friday and Saturday at the Olympia Golf & Country Club in Olympia, Wash.

She shot 6-over-par 78 on Saturday to finish at 161 for the tournament. Her efforts helped lead NNU to the team title as well.

It was the first time an NNU women’s golfer and the team had won a tournament title since 2015 and just the second time either had won a title in program history.

NNU WOMEN IN FIFTH PLACE: The Northwest Nazarene women’s golf team finds itself in fifth place after the first round of the Concordia Invitational at Riverside Country Club.

The Nighthawks shot a team-total of 318 and trail Simon Fraser and Western Washington by 18 strokes.

Hannah Holloway’s 6-over-par 78 led the Nighthawks and has her tied for 13th place in the medalist standings.

BOISE STATE MEN SIT IN FOURTH PLACE: The Boise State men’s golf team recorded eight scores under par and the Broncos sit in fourth place after 36 holes of the Alister MacKenzie Invitational at Meadow Club.

Boise State is 19-under as a team (273-276-549), three shots behind host California, five back of St. Mary’s and 10 shy of tournament-leader Pepperdine.

Sophomore Hugo Townsend led the way with an 8-under (65-69), which puts him in a tie for sixth place.

VOLLEYBALL

TWO C OF I PLAYERS EARN WEEKLY AWARD: College of Idaho volleyball players Abigail Guinn and Drew Dobney were honored today as Red Lion-Cascade Conference Volleyball Players of the Week.

Guinn, a freshman from Reno, Nev., was named Setter of the Week for the third time this season. She averaged 13.3 assists per set in the Coyotes home wins over Multnomah and Warner Pacific — recording a career-best 57 assists in the win over WPU. Guinn added 11 digs, three blocks and two aces over the weekend.

Dobney, a junior from Vale, Ore., earned Defensive Player of the Week for the first time this season and the fourth time for her career. She had a combined 34 digs in the two matches, while returning 24 service attempts without an error. Dobney recorded a match-high 24 digs in the win over WPU — the seventh time this season she has recorded a match with 20 or more digs.

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