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Post Falls football player Tevin Burns, Boise soccer player Sophie Hills voted co-WaFd Bank Idaho High School Athletes of the Week

Congratulations to the Trojans' running back, Brave goalkeeper for being voted SBLive’s WaFd Bank Idaho High School Co-Athletes of the Week for October 17-22!

Congratulations to Post Falls' Tevin Burns and Boise's Sophie Hills for being voted SBLive’s WaFd Bank Idaho High School Athletes of the Week for Oct. 17-22!

Filling in for starter Jake Bustamante (the previous week's athlete of the week winner), Burns total a career-high 204 rushing yards and seven touchdowns, all in the first half, as Post Falls clinched its first outright league title since 1995 with a win over Lake City.

Idaho AOW, Oct. 17-22 - Tevin Burns, Post Falls football

Hills led the Brave to the promised land - finally. Her eight saves were key in Boise defeating Centennial, 2-0, for the Class 5A title after losing in the state championship game the previous four seasons. It was her 12th shutout of the season.

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Here are the other athletes who were nominated for the week of Oct. 17-22:


Fabian Arguello, Caldwell boys soccer: Banked in the deciding penalty kick to cap maybe the best season in program history (20-0-1) for the Cougars, who never trailed all season, in a 3-2 pk shootout win over Bishop Kelly in the Class 4A final for their third title in five years.

Gatlin Bair, Burley football: Hauled in nine catches for 244 yards and four touchdowns in a 84-46 win over Canyon Ridge as the Bobcats are going to state for the first time in 13 years.

Rylie Byington, Meridian football: Amassed 212 all-purpose yards, including 125 rushing yards on just nine carries, to help the Warriors claim their first 5A Southern Idaho Conference title since 2007 in a 35-0 shutout over Eagle.

Hayden Farner, Vallivue football: After starter Tyson Fox broke his leg early on, Farner came in and ran for 195 yards and three touchdowns, while even throwing for another on a 32-yard dime, in a 38-29 win over Boise.

Luke Henry, Homedale football: Had not one, not two, but three interceptions in a 49-0 blanking of McCall-Donnelly that gave head coach Matt Holtry his 100th win.

Caleb Loveland, Burley football: Threw for 463 yards and five touchdowns in a 84-46 shootout win over Canyon Ridge to lead the Bobcats in securing a spot in the postseason for the first time since 2009.

Kolby Luna, Kellogg football: Recorded 11 catches for 235 yards and three touchdowns to move his season total to 1,622 yards (among national leaders) in a 62-0 rout of Priest River.

Riply Luna, Kellogg football: Twin brother accounted for six touchdowns and 446 yards of total offense, including 363 yards and five scores through the air, in a 62-0 shutout of Priest River.

Annastasia Peters, Post Falls girls cross country: Beat her own previous mark for the fastest time in the state at 17 minutes and 13.6 seconds with her at the District I-II 4A/5A Championships to remain unbeaten on the season.

Gracie Rhodes, Bishop Kelly girls soccer: Netted a pair of goals to help the Knights break their own state record with the 10th state title in program history after a 2-0 win over Twin Falls in the Class 4A final.

Luke Selto, Kuna football: Hauled in a 31-yard touchdown pass with 35 seconds remaining and finished with four catches for 118 yards in a 22-21 come-from-behind win over Middleton to clinch a spot at state.

Gabe Shaffer, Melba football: Notched 281 yards and four touchdowns on the ground in a 43-28 win over Nampa Christian, giving the Mustangs the 2A Western Idaho Conference title.

James White, Lewiston football: The University of Idaho commit tallied three sacks and held Coeur d’Alene to just 205 yards of offense in beating the Vikings for the first time in six years in a 40-6 win to qualify for state.

Carter Woodland, Notus football: Rushed for two touchdowns, scored on a 70-yard punt return and had a 55-yard interception return for a touchdown in a 60-0 shutout of Rimrock to hand the Pirates their third consecutive 1A Western Idaho Conference championship.