Cooper Fife led Wood River with 14 points in the Wolverines' 52-43 win over Jerome.
Weather canceled many events in the Magic Valley but Buhl boys wrestling finished runners-up with three champions in Nevada. Shelley girls basketball beat Minico.
Oakley’s Bry Severe committed to Northwestern College in Orange City, Iowa, Severe announced Saturday. The Red Raiders reached the NAIA national championship three times since 2020 and won in 2022.
Jerome senior guard Ashton Peters has enjoyed being the leader of a young Tigers squad so far this season.
Buhl boys wrestling will compete at the Spring Creek Invite in Nevada while events in the Magic Valley are canceled or postponed to a later date.
Twin Falls girls basketball defeated Canyon Ridge, 62-15, while Jerome girls earned its 11th straight win and beat Mountain Home.
Dietrich girls basketball earned the top 1A DII ranking for the second straight week. Six other local teams were represented with rankings.
Defending state champion No. 5 Raft River girls basketball defeated No. 3 Murtaugh, 49-46, Kimberly boys won its sixth straight and Buhl boys wrestling swept the Twin Falls tri-meet.
Jesse Chavez and the Wendell Trojans will add to the Magic Valley Classic's storied history this weekend, when it begins 1 p.m. Friday with a 25-team field.
The dreams Twin Falls’ Tiffany Humpherys held since she was 4 became a reality Wednesday when she signed with the Oregon Institute of Technology for soccer and track on scholarship.
Taya Plew's 11 points and nine rebounds helped Kimberly over Gooding. Berkley Dille led Kimberly with 12 points.
Twin Falls seniors Cierra Bohrn and Kadence Boyd signed to play volleyball for the College of Idaho next fall.
Burley goalkeepers Neftali Arellano and Abby Haymore signed with junior colleges on Tuesday morning. Arellano will play for Centralia College and Haymore inked with Central Wyoming College.
Burley goalkeeper Abby Haymore thanks the crowd for their support as she signed with Central Wyoming College on Tuesday morning at Burley High School.
Burley High School boys goalkeeper Neftali Arellano thanks the crowd as he prepares to sign with Centralia College in Centralia, Washington.
With conference play heating up this week, here are how things stack for boys basketball teams here in the Magic Valley.
With the Magic Valley girls basketball regular season entering the homestretch, here are how things stand in each classification.
Hazel Fischer's free throw after time expired lifted Filer over Declo, 62-61.
Canyon Ridge boys basketball continued its streak, Twin Falls girls wrestling won the Canyon Ridge Invite, Minico boys won the Rollie Lane and two Buhl girls won Rollie Lane titles.
Collin Robinson’s win at 138 pounds— one of four individual Buhl titles — assisted the Indians to a runaway 50th annual Buhl Invitational championship with 275 points.
Gooding alumnus Colston Loveland will help try to lead Michigan to its first national championship since 1997 on Monday night, and the town is behind him all the way.
Jerome girls basketball defeated Twin Falls and Minico boys wrestling leads the 88-team Rollie Lane Invitational in Nampa.
The Indians boasted a tournament-high 11 semifinalists and lead after day one with 127 points.
Canyon Ridge nearly tripled its first half output and defeated Twin Falls, 61-55, on Thursday night for the Riverhawks’ sixth win in their past seven.
Buhl looks to continue the storied history in the tournament’s 50th anniversary, the state's oldest consecutively running wrestling tournament, which begins 3 p.m. Friday at Buhl High School.
Pushing the pace has helped Kimberly boys basketball get off to a 7-1 start, and they don't plan on slowing down anytime soon.
Murtaugh girls basketball beat Mackay, 70-37, for its seventh straight win on a busy night of prep sports across the Magic Valley.
Kimberly and Canyon Ridge's boys basketball picked up wins in a light night of Magic Valley sports. Declo wrestling swept the Cassia Duals.