Local Sports Headlines
Sheriff's office issues safety advisory
The Elmore County Sheriff's Department issued an advisory on Thursday reminding people to follow state laws if they choose to take stand-up paddleboards on waterways within Idaho. The sheriff's department advisory comes after the Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation issued a similar reminder regarding these stand-up paddleboards, whose popularity has exploded among users across the state in recent years. ...
Mountain Home powerlifters dominate at state meet
Seven members from the Mountain Home Barbell Powerlifting Team continued to shatter state records while earning division titles during The Idaho Raw Powerlifting Classic held recently in Boise. The Mountain Home competitors were among several teams participating in the "raw division" meet...
Tigers' tennis camp slated
The Mountain Home Tigers Tennis Camp runs from June 13 to 24 at the Richard Aguirre Park tennis courts. "The goal of the camp is to introduce kids to the sport of tennis and teach the basic fundamentals of the sport and, most importantly -- have fun," said Tigers tennis coach Tamzy House...
Glenns Ferry students place at state meet
One Glenns Ferry High School student earned a medal while another placed during this year's state-level track and field tournament at Middleton High School. Erick Ballesteros and Sage Wootan earned seats at the state finals following their award-winning performance at this year's district tournament, said Gerry Hildreth, who coaches the high school team...
Legion donates van to baseball clubs
Mountain Home's American Legion baseball clubs will travel this season in a new set of wheels as representatives from Post 26 presented them with the keys to a 14-passenger van. Senior officers with the local Legion post made the donation to the president and coaches of the two American Legion baseball teams in Mountain Home during an informal gathering May 23...
Summer basketball training begins
Summer basketball season for Mountain Home High School's Lady Tigers officially began last week with turnout for the program at an all-time. The gyms at the high school remain packed the first week with the program averaging more than 40 players in attendance per practice...