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Caelyn Orlandi

Lewis-Clark State basketball

Orlandi, a 5-foot-9 senior guard from Coeur d’Alene High, was named to the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association All-American team on Tuesday. Orlandi started all 32 games for the Warriors this season, leading the nation in total assists (215), assists per game (6.7) and is averaging 14 points per game. Lewis-Clark State (31-1) open the NAIA tournament today in Billings against William Penn University of Iowa.

Dominic Congiliaro

College of Idaho baseball

Conigliaro, a freshman from Lake City High, was named NAIA West Player of the Week after the Yotes season opening homestand against Corban University at Caldwell, going 8 for 15 with a home run as the team won three of four games. Last weekend, Conigliaro had 10 hits as the Yotes won three of four against Oregon Tech in Klamath Falls. College of Idaho hosts Lewis-Clark State this weekend.

Derek Bayley

Washington State golf

Bayley, a junior from Lakeland High in Rathdrum, shot an even-par 72 in the third round to finish tied for 31st in the Bandon Dunes Championship at Old MacDonald Course in Bandon, Ore. Bayley finished with a three-round score of 220 as the Cougars finished 11th in the tournament.

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