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Sports 4/10/24


From yesterday’s local high school baseball games, Elko Nevada defeated Burley 9 to 8.  Twin Falls said no to Jerome in Five innings 16 to 6.  Canyon Ridge outlasted Wood River 11 to 5 and in a double header, Mountain Home told Minico no way in the first game 7 to 0.  Minico turned it around in the second game 10 to 4.  Kimberly took  the win over Marsh Valley 2 to 0.  In another double header Gooding outlasted Buhl 6 to 3 and 3 to 0. 

From the Softball fields, Burley took both games of a double header with Mountain Home.  Game 1 10 to 6 and 19 to 1 in the second.  Wood River outlasted Canyon Ridge 11 to 6.  Kimberly took the win in both of their games against Gooding 14 to 5 and 26 to 2 in Four innings.  Buhl overpowered Filer 10 to 5 in the first game and 12 to 11 in five innings in the second.  Declo took  both wins in their double header against Wendell 18 to 6 in the first and 15 to 11 in the second. 



On the local baseball schedule for today, Gem state will visit Glenns Ferry.  For Softball, Greenleaf Friends will travel to Glenns Ferry. 



Boise State  2024 football season flex passes are on sale– formerly known as the "Blue Collar Pass" – are now fully on sale with fans able to purchase their flex passes online. For $199 fans can get access to a reserved ticket for each of Boise State's six home games during the 2024 season. Seat location will be assigned in one of Albertson Stadium's reserved sections and tickets will be delivered via email 48 hours prior to kickoff, allowing fans to experience The Blue from a new perspective each game. 



Asim Jones was a key player in leading the Golden Eagle Men's Basketball Team to a 23-9 overall record this past season, earning NJCAA Division I honorable mention accolades for his play.  The point guard finished the season averaging 17.5 points and 4.1 rebounds per game.  The sophomore was named to the Region 18 First Team earlier this year. 

 

 

The NJCAA announced its All-American selection for Division 1 Basketball Tuesday and it was no surprise that the College of Southern Idaho's Kaylee Headrick was near the top of the list.

Headrick was named to the first team and was one of just two from Region 18 to make the whole list.  Not only was Headrick named All-American, but she also was named to the NJCAA All-Tournament Team.



The College of Southern Idaho Women's Rodeo Team had its best showing all year, taking third at the Weber State University Rodeo Friday and Saturday. The Men finished fourth but only 140 points out of first. The Golden Eagles travel to Grand Junction, Colo., this coming weekend for the Colorado Mesa Rodeo.

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