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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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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.

The internet stream was about 20 seconds faster upstairs, causing the first cheer to come from Tim Smith. Downstairs, the large gathering of family and friends had to wait to see what all the commotion was about.

Recent Rocky Mountain High graduate Mason Smith (pictured) could be selected early during the three-day, 40-round Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft. The center fielder, who has signed to play at Utah, has attended several high-level events, such as the Area Code Games tryouts, Pe…

Finishing second at the state track and field championships last year didn’t exactly sit well with brothers Josh and Jordon Wallin of Rocky Mountain High.

Rocky Mountain junior Ryleigh Moore is no stranger to postseason success. As a freshman, she rose to the top of the 5A Southern Idaho Conference and took first place at the District III girls golf meet. She finished fifth and seventh at the 5A state tournament in her freshman and sophomore s…

A street in Pocatello bears her name. Dragila Way. It’s near Holt Arena at Idaho State University, a proud commemoration of a graduate who progressed into an Olympic gold medalist at the 2000 Sydney Games. Each summer, she conducts a camp at the Olympic Training Center in San Diego. And if …