South Fremont hired football and baseball coach Chad Hill as the school’s athletic director and assistant principal this summer. Hill will replace Chris Tucker who served in the position for 18 years.
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LINCOLN, Neb. – Rexburg’s Kelby Schneiter is returning home from the National High School Finals Rodeo as the newly crowned world champion in the bareback riding event.
At Twin Falls, the Twin Falls Cowboys finished strong with eight runs over the final three innings to down Upper Valley 12-5 in Thursday’s opening round of the American Legion AA state tournament.
LINCOLN, Neb. – Things just keep rolling along at the National High School Finals Rodeo and after Tuesday night’s fifth performance, there is only one performance left in the first go-round and then we will reset things as we fire right up and head into the second set of six performances tha…
The National High School Finals Rodeo in Lincoln, Neb., is underway and here’s a look at what’s happening on Tuesday with performances four through six and the Idaho cowboys and cowgirls who will be competing.
BYU-Idaho student Taylor Talbot has qualified to run in two events in this summer’s Paralympics in Tokyo.
POCATELLO – On Wednesday evening, Gate City Grays co-owner Terry Frederickson organized a “team-building” activity of laser tag at Raymond Park in Pocatello, a 7.8-acre grassy landscape with just enough trees, picnic tables and jungle gyms to add a little strategy to the game.
Madison grad Chari Hawkins is in fifth place after the first day of the US Olympic Trials heptathlon competition.
Madison grad Chari Hawkins placed sixth in US Olympic Trials heptathlon competition Sunday missing qualifying for the olympics by three spots.
This Saturday, running enthusiasts will gear up before sunrise for the annual To Bone and Back race in Idaho Falls.