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Sports 3/20/24

From the high school baseball games locally, The Twin Falls Bruins took the win over Pocatello who by the way is the defending 4A state champions.  The final score Twin Falls 14 Pocatello 4.  Elsewhere Filer outlasted Buhl 6 to 4.  It was Wendell 8 Firth 5.  Kimberly took the win over Preston 16 to 5. 

Today, for High School Baseball, Lighthouse Christian travels to Gem State.

From the college softball fields, Sophia Knight was 4-for-4 and Boise State downed Utah Valley 10-4 to begin its five-game road trip, yesterday.  Knight has hit safely in 27 of 30 games for the Broncos this season and Boise State extended its winning streak to nine games. Boise State plays at Utah today at 4 p.m.

The Idaho State Bengals fell to the Utah State Aggies in a mid-week battle in Logan, Utah Tuesday afternoon.   The contest, originally slated to be played in Pocatello was moved to Logan due to ongoing renovations of Miller Ranch Stadium in Pocatello.   The Bengals now head to the west coast for a pair of series with Saint Mary's and Santa Clara.

The College of Southern Idaho Men's Rodeo Team scored 510 points to finish second at the Snow College Rodeo Friday and Saturday.  The Golden Eagles trailed only Utah Valley but still remain in first overall in the Rocky Mountain Region Standings.  The Golden Eagles are off this coming weekend but compete in the Weber State University Rodeo in Tremonton, Utah, April 5-6.

Former Boise State’s Leighton Vander Esch is calling it a career at the age of 28. On social media the Dallas Cowboys linebacker said he is done after six seasons with the league.  Drafted 19th overall in the 2018 draft, Vander Esch earned a Pro Bowl nomination and second-team all-pro honors, setting a Cowboys’ rookie record with 176 tackles.  His retirement is due to injuries that would limit him for the next two seasons. 

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