BLACKFOOT — Two Blackfoot High seniors recently signed to continue their athletic and academic careers at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon.
Soda Springs’ Todd Hunsaker and Idaho State’s Kody Graves were honored with Scholar-Athlete Awards from the National Football Foundation, the organization announced Tuesday.
It’s barely an exaggeration to say Jadyn Downs had a role in every one of Pocatello’s plays last football season.
It’s hard to believe, but Charlotte Wilson’s schedule may clear up a bit once she starts her next chapter as a two-sport college athlete.
As Idaho slowly proceeds through the stages of reopening in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, local American Legion baseball teams are returning — cautiously — to the field.
Dobbs Ferry, New York, is over 2,000 miles from Rockland, a drive of nearly two full days or a cross-country flight away.
The Idaho State Journal honored the best high school athletes and coaches in Southeast Idaho on Monday night with the fifth annual Sports Stars awards.
Sami Lusk’s basketball career ended before her senior year.
The whispers started around American Falls when Brian Martinez and his friends were in middle school.
The high school sports seasons may have been canceled, but champions were still crowned by the Idaho High School Activities Association.
It’s fascinating, isn’t it, how three hours on a Friday night can change everything?
NFL player and Pocatello native Taysom Hill participated in a wide-ranging video interview that will be broadcast online at 7 p.m. Friday.
It was a record-setting year for several local basketball players who set new marks at the state and school level. The Idaho State Journal caught up with three of the players who rewrote record books this year to hear the backstory behind their historic performances in their own words.
The early-morning runs and outwork-everyone mentality finally paid off for Ryeker Andersen.
Sho-Ban’s shooting star has picked her next step.
At the Pocatello City track meet a year ago, Century junior Amari Evans set the school record in the long jump with a personal record of 21 feet, 11 inches.
After a nation-spanning coaching career, returning to Idaho is a homecoming for Blackfoot’s new football coach.
Don’t be fooled by her rail-thin build, brace face and unassuming demeanor — Elli Kelsey is here to beat you, and she’ll most likely succeed.