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The high school football season kicks off Aug. 29 around the Treasure Valley. Rocky Mountain, above, should feature plenty of depth as 207 players turned out for football this season.

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Eagle High’s Josh Gliege held on to second place at the boys Big “I” National Championship on Aug. 6 despite weather suspending play twice, and Bishop Kelly’s Haley Nist made the cut in the girls field at the Pete Dye Golf Club in Bridgeport, West Virginia.

J.T. Williams delivered the Eagle High baseball team its second district title in school history with a ninth-inning, walk-off single to left field May 6, clinching a 2-1 victory in nine innings against Capital.

The Eagle High girls track team topped a 17-team field April 11 at the third annual Pulse Invitational at Centennial High thanks to four first-place finishes.

Centennial High senior Tanner Johnson unfurled a long jump of 23 feet, 2 inches April 5 at the Boise Relays, further solidifying his reputation as the state’s top long jumper.

Dillon Lukehart would wake up each fall Friday to the banging of pots and pans and his dad screaming ‘It’s game day’ throughout the house during his playing days at Eagle High.

The fate of high school softball teams often is tied to the performance of one dominant pitcher or middle-of-the-lineup slugger. But the Eagle High Mustangs come at you in waves, and thus far, their opponents haven’t had an answer.