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Saturday, November 22, 2014
Golf
Refreshed McIlroy ready to take advantage of jaded rivals (Reuters)
By Matt Smith DUBAI (Reuters) - Rory McIlroy believes a six-week break from golf to fight a legal case has put him in the ideal shape to end a stunning 2014 season by claiming yet another title at this week's $8 million DP World Tour Championship. The world number one was crowned the European Tour's money-list winner without playing a shot last week after rivals Sergio Garcia, Jamie Donaldson and Marcel Siem failed to win the $7 million Turkish Airlines Open. "I feel like I'm probably a little fresher than most of the guys," McIlroy told reporters on Tuesday. ...
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Bulls beat Clippers 105-89; go to 6-0 on road (Yahoo Sports)
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Taj Gibson stole the ball from Jamal Crawford and passed to Jimmy Butler, who sank a 17-footer, got fouled and made the free throw with two-tenths of a second left in first half.
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Semyon Varlamov day-to-day with groin injury (Yahoo Sports)
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) -- The Colorado Avalanche say goaltender Semyon Varlamov is day-to-day after re-aggravating a groin injury and that defenseman Ryan Wilson will undergo season-ending shoulder surgery.
Local Sports Headlines
Weather delays games (11/21/14)
Last week's first major snow storm of the season wiped out Mountain Home's girls basketball opener at Eagle Saturday night. At press time, no new date had been set for the non-conference contest. Also, changes were made in this week's Boise and Borah games. Tuesday night's Boise game was moved to Boise High School, rather than Mountain Home, and Thursday night's Borah game has been switched to Mountain Home from Borah...
High school to host 'orange out' night on Friday (11/20/14)
Mountain Home High School will be hosting an Orange Out Night this Friday night during the Mountain Home Lady Tigers basketball game against Gooding in Lloyd Schiller Gymnasium. Mountain Home High School Activities Director and Assistant Principal Mark Cotton indicated the Orange Out Night is an offshoot of the school's Black Out Committee...
Volleyball all-stars honored at banquet (11/14/14)
Mountain Home Lady Tigers volleyball coach Jill Peterson announced at Thursday night's volleyball awards banquet that two Mountain Home Lady Tiger volleyball players earned All-Conference honors. The awards were voted upon by Southern Idaho Conference 4A volleyball coaches...
Lady Tigers' basketball season begins Saturday (11/13/14)
The Mountain Home Lady Tigers open their girls basketball season Saturday night at Eagle High School against the 5A Lady Mustangs. Mountain Home Lady Tiger basketball coach Brent Keener admits that he's pleased with this year's turnout for girls basketball...
Coach recognizes Lady Tigers squad (11/07/14)
Mountain Home girls soccer coach Kent Ogaard handed out awards at Thursday soccer banquet. In All-Conference awards, Christa Lewis earned First Team All-Conference as a fullback and Maddison Roache earned First Team All-Conference as a midfielder. Second Team All-Conference awards went to Melissa (Missy) Jessup as goal keeper and Victoria Vega as fullback...
Soccer all-stars recognized at yearly banquet (11/07/14)
Mountain Home Tiger boys soccer coach Mike Torres handed out numerous awards at Thursday night's boys soccer awards banquet. Earning Second Team All-Conference in the Southern Idaho Conference were Alex Dominguez as forward, Victor Sanchez as midfielder, Abrahan Salas as defender and Jorge Salinas as goalkeeper. Earning Honorable Mention All-Conference were David Arciniega as midfielder and Shawn Holland and Logan Curran as defenders...
Tigers' football team honored (11/06/14)
A 1-8 season leaves a lot to be desired as far as won-loss records go, but 4A Southern Idaho Conference coaches recognized the efforts of the Mountain Home Tigers football team with 12 Tiger players earning 17 All-Conference awards. Tanner Sessions earned First Team All-Conference at linebacker. He also received Honorable Mention All-Conference as running back...
Cross country teams finish sixth at district tourney (10/31/14)
The Mountain Home Tigers cross country teams both finished sixth in Thursday's District III 4A cross country meet at Desert Canyon Golf Course in Mountain Home. The top three teams and top 14 individual runners in boys and girls divisions qualified for the state meet...
Lady Tigers dropped from District following loss against Middleton (10/30/14)
The Mountain Home Lady Tigers kept their volleyball season alive Monday night, downing Caldwell in five sets, but lost to Middleton for the third time in six nights to be eliminated from the District III 4A volleyball tourney. Mountain Home 3, Caldwell 2...
Tigers end season with 39-67 loss to Cougars (10/30/14)
There was no playoff berth on the line Friday night at Caldwell as the Mountain Home Tigers took on the Caldwell Cougars -- just pride, fifth place in conference and ending the season with a win. In a game that had more runs than an old pair of nylons, the Caldwell Cougars had the last run -- a 31-point romp on their way to a 67-39 win...
Boys soccer team's season ends (10/24/14)
The Mountain Home Tigers boys soccer team bounced back from their District III 4A Tournament loss to Middleton with a win over Kuna, but lost in the consolation semi-finals to Caldwell to see their season end. Mountain Home 4, Kuna 0 Mountain Home scored two goals in each half on their way to a 4-0 District III 4A elimination game win over Kuna last Monday at Eastside Park in Mountain Home...
Cross country team competes at Elko Invitational (10/24/14)
Despite a long trip to Elko, Nev., the Mountain Home girls and boys cross country teams ran well at the Elko Invitational cross country meet. The Mountain Home girls finished fourth with 98 points. Spring Creek, Nev., won the girls meet with 25 points, Elko was second with 38, and Wells third with 85. Lowry came in behind Mountain Home with 131 points...
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