BLACKFOOT – It was senior night for the Blackfoot Broncos and as they entertained the Bonneville Bees, they celebrated the contributions made by Tylar Dalley and Yoleni Navarrette, who joined Hadley Humpherys, Prairie Caldwell and Izzy Arave in the starting lineup.

The Idaho High School Activities Association is slightly changing its winter championship schedule due to COVID facility protocols and recommendations from its State Tournament Committee.

Idaho State’s men’s basketball games against Southern Utah, scheduled for Thursday and Saturday, have been canceled due to COVID-19 issues within the SUU program, according to an announcement sent out by ISU on Monday.

BLACKFOOT – A pair of 4A boys basketball teams met on Saturday night looking to bolster their resumes as they head down the stretch of the regular season. Century came into the ball game in Blackfoot with a 10-3 record while Blackfoot was 85, both teams right in the thick of things in their …

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Prep Stars

Editor’s Note: Prep Stars in College is a weekly glance at former southeast Idaho high school athletes who are now competing at the college level. If we’re missing anyone, let us know at sports@journalnet.com.

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Being a starting quarterback in the NFL is supposed to be hard — but it appears nobody told Pocatello’s Taysom Hill, who helped the New Orleans Saints beat the Atlanta Falcons 21-16 on Sunday to run his record to 3-0 as a starter in the NFL.

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Longtime coach and ultra-runner extraordinaire Ty Draney is this year’s keynote speaker for the Idaho State Journal’s Sports Stars awards banquet in Pocatello. Draney is a native of Auburn, Wyoming, and attended Idaho State University and Ricks College (now BYU-Idaho).

National

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Pro Football Hall of Famer and “Good Morning America” host Michael Strahan has tested positive for COVID-19 and is self-quarantining, according to people familiar with the situation.

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Washington’s second-half schedule might not be as jam-packed as first thought, after the NBA said Wednesday it was rescheduling some Wizards games after a half-dozen of their contests were postponed in recent weeks for virus-related reasons.

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SAN DIEGO (AP) — Rory McIlroy is playing the Farmers Insurance Open for just the third time, looking for his first tour victory since 2019 while getting a feel for the course that will host the U.S. Open in June.