Lawsen Matteson was the Homedale quarterback, like his father before him.
2016 Award Recipients
Nampa Christian sophomore Megan Yett has spent the past two seasons playing under the pressure usually reserved for juniors and seniors.
Alex Grimaldo has come a long way since his first varsity start.
Bailey Crofts has much to owe to her friend, former teammate and mentor, Allie Brocke.
Marshall Wheeler’s senior season was a year of firsts. It was his first state championship, he was Victory Charter’s first state champion and the state’s first 1A champion.
Six years ago, Harlie Sorrell had a unique concept of cross country, a funny story she shared.
Tanner Kramer never stopped believing.
Allison Law’s teammates gave her a hard time this season for not being able to spin the ball on her finger tip.
Levi Perry loves it when people are talking about him. It doesn’t even matter if it’s positive or negative.
The thing pitcher Harrison Neidermyer will remember most about this season is not going 12-1 with 88 strikeouts and an ERA of 0.93
Middleton pitcher Lainey Lyle would much rather be in a high-stakes, bases-loaded situation with the game on the line than talk with the media after the game.
Going into this season’s 2A State Track and Field Tournament, all Peyton Brothers wanted to do was win one state championship.
Well before she ever picked up a pole, Skyview pole vaulter Aubrielle Barr was destined to be in the sport.
Mitch Nielsen and Kailee Laub were partners long before they were mixed doubles partners for the Parma tennis team.
Even before Vallivue golfer Connor Johnstone was born, his fate in the sport was already sealed.
NAMPA — Before every golf tournament, Columbia golfer Ragan McGilvery’s mom likes to cook her up a special tasty treat … bacon.
A little over a year ago, Meba wrestling coach Kyle Johnshoy was just a couple of weeks away from one of the biggest days of his life: his college graduation.