Vote now in the Treasure Valley athlete of the week contests (Nov. 29 to Dec. 5)

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Help us choose the best of the best in the latest Idaho Statesman athlete week of the contest.

Polls close at noon Wednesday. Read about all the candidates and their accomplishments below. You can vote multiple times.

Nominations are submitted by area coaches or taken from stats reported to the Idaho Statesman.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Jacob Martinez, Vallivue: Averaged 25 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Falcons to wins over Centennial (60-56) and Capital (53-38).

Bayler Perrin, Mountain View: Led the Mavericks to a 57-39 win over defending state champ Meridian with 20 points, four rebounds, three steals and two assists.

Jason Koval, Riverstone: Erupted for 34 points to lead the Otters to a 64-33 win at Gem State.

Hudson Hughes, Ambrose: Drained six 3-pointers and scored 25 points to lead the Archers to an 88-44 win against Lighthouse Christian.

Aidan McGarvin, Bishop Kelly: Scored 16 points in a 57-54 win at Meridian, then added 17 points and six rebounds in a 59-55 victory at Jerome.

Landon White, Eagle: Averaged 16.5 points and seven rebounds as the Mustangs opened with wins over Capital (67-36) and Middleton (67-59).

Sean Murphy, Skyview: Recorded a double-double of 11 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Hawks to a 56-37 win over crosstown rival Nampa.

Joe Reiber, Melba: Averaged 23.7 points, six rebounds and four steals as the Mustangs topped Weiser, Firth and South Fremont.

Dallin Criddle, Liberty Charter: Averaged 23 points and eight rebounds to lead the Patriots to wins over Glenns Ferry and Council.

Noah Palomares, Victory Charter: Scored 24 points against Dietrich in the championship of the Dietrich Winter Tournament and averaged 18.7 points as the Vipers started 3-0.

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GIRLS BASKETBALL

Josie Davis, Owyhee: Averaged 14.5 points, 13.5 rebounds and 5.5 steals as the Storm knocked off Capital and defending state champ Mountain View.

Alondra Osuna, Vallivue: Recorded a double-double of 10 points and 10 rebounds, while adding four assists, in a 44-30 loss to Emmett.

Kaelle Steele, Victory Charter: Poured in 24 points and added three rebounds, two steals and a block in the Vipers’ 58-5 victory vs. Gem State.

Kimberly Arias, Wilder: Averaged 15.3 points, 5.5 rebounds, 4.3 steals, 1.5 assists and 1.5 blocks to lead the Wildcats to a 2-2 week. She scored 27 points in a win at Four Rivers, Oregon.

Audrey Taylor, Timberline: Scored 25 points to lead the Wolves to a 48-37 win at Boise in a battle of two of the league’s top teams.

Kendall Clark, Melba: Recorded a double-double of 17 points and 16 rebounds in the Mustangs’ 53-26 victory at Firth.

Grace Reeves, Nampa Christian: Racked up nine points, 19 rebounds, six steals and two blocks in the Trojans’ 42-23 win against Liberty Charter.

Katy Wentz, Garden Valley: Tallied 30 points, 12 rebounds, eight steals and four assists in the Wolverines’ 72-27 win at Riverstone.

Payton Hymas, Middleton: Had 17 points and eight steals in the Vikings’ 53-17 win over Caldwell.

Jayden McNeal, Borah: Poured in 29 points to lead the Lions to a 58-51, road win at Centennial.

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BOYS WRESTLING

Jason Mara, Meridian: Went 7-0 to lead Meridian to the gold bracket title at the Donnelly Duals. That included a 3-1 decision over three-time 2A state champion Kyle Rice.

Draven Johns, Caldwell: The freshman went 8-0 last week, winning via a pin in seven of those eight matches.

Joel Campbell, New Plymouth: Went 7-0 at the Donnelly Duals with five first-round pins and two major decisions.

Tyler Jones, Rocky Mountain: Posted a 9-0 record last week, including a 7-0 performance at the Donnelly Duals with two wins over state champions.

Simon Graeber, Columbia: Won the 126-pound title at the Sidney (Montana) Eagle Invite with a pin 3:51 into the championship.

Andrew Alvarez, McCall-Donnelly: Pinned his way to the heavyweight title at the Dick Griswold Invite in Potlatch.

David Grigorkiv, Owyhee: The 182-pounder went 6-0 at the Donnelly Duals with five pins and a major victory.

Joe Watson, Centennial: Went 6-0 at the Donnelly Duals at 170 pounds with five pins.

Brody Kemble, Middleton: The 126-pounder was 7-0 at the Donnelly Duals with six pins and a forfeit.

Dedrick Navrro, Nampa: Posted a 7-0 record between 106 and 113 pounds at the Donnelly Duals with five wins and two technical falls.

Brady Armstrong, Ridgevue: Went 6-0 at 126 pounds at the Donnelly Duals with five pins and a major decision.

Jamison Hunt, Capital: Pinned seven opponents to go undefeated at the Donnelly Duals at 138 pounds.

Carlos Valdez, Bishop Kelly: Went 6-0 at the Donnelly Duals, pinning all five opponents he faced.

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GIRLS WRESTLING

Gianna Coburn, Emmett: Won the 130-pound division at the Ardis E. Nash Memorial Tournament.

Mia Furman, Rocky Mountain: Pinned her way to the 136-pound title at the Ardis E. Nash Memorial Tournament.

Marissa Jimenez, Caldwell: Won the 143-pound bracket at the Ardis E. Nash Memorial Tournament with a 50-second pin in the finals.

Maria Sifuentes, Columbia: Pinned every opponent she faced to finish first at 155 pounds at the Ardis E. Nash Memorial Tournament.

Reece Woods, Eagle: Pinned her way to the 191-pound title at the Ardis E. Nash Memorial Tournament. She won the title match in just 36 seconds.

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