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     Senior forward Davis Ros came out firing with 10 of his 15 points in the first period as the Wood River High School boys’ varsity basketball team parlayed its early 20-9 lead into a 60-48 non-conference road win at Buhl Wednesday.

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     Stingy defense and timely scoring lifted the Sun Valley Youth Hockey Midget ice hockey team to the championship of its home tournament Sunday at Hailey’s Campion Ice House. In five games, the host Suns outscored opponents 18-4. Leading scorer was Zack Benson with six of the 18 goals.

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     Carey High School junior point guard Kylie Wood equaled her career-best with 27 points Saturday in leading the host Panthers to a 46-32 win over Mackay in the Carey Holiday Tournament girls’ basketball championship tilt.

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     The Sun Valley Ski Education is hosting some of the most promising cross-country ski racers in the U.S. and Canada this weekend at the Lake Creek trail system three miles north of Ketchum.

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Dec. 8, 2019, the 47th annual Winterstart at the Lake Creek trail system 3 miles north of Ketchum, presented by the Sun Valley Ski Education Foundation and Blaine County Recreation District. A total 42 cross-country skiers at various distances. Places by gender, finishing times in minutes an…

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Senior point guard Johnny Radford continued his hot scoring on the road Friday with 34 points in Wood River High School’s 62-47 Great Basin Conference boys’ basketball victory over the Canyon Ridge Riverhawks in Twin Falls.

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     Fueled by the strong goaltending of Bobby Bowden (57 saves) and Matt Cooper (46 saves), the Sun Valley Suns senior men’s hockey team clamped down and swept a pair of Black Diamond Hockey League home games from the Texas Titans 5-4 and 5-4 Friday and Saturday night at Hailey’s Campion Ic…

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     The Sun Valley Suns senior men’s hockey team faces a tough test when the Texas Titans from Dallas invade the Campion Ice House for two Black Diamond Hockey League games today, Friday and Saturday, Dec. 6-7.

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     Third-year Sun Valley Suns forward Max Tardy wasted no time notching his third career Suns hat trick during Friday’s 2019-20 season hockey opener against Bozeman (Mt.) Stingers at Campion Ice House.