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Updated: April 27, 2017 @ 7:15 pm
KUNA — Kuna High football coach Ian Smart is leaving the school after taking the open job at Timberline High.
Kuna High football coach Ian Smart is leaving the school after taking the open job at Timberline High.
NAMPA — Melba’s Cameron Goetz didn’t know he was in the midst of throwing a no-hitter until his friend, Nampa Christian catcher Jack Castledine, told him so during the bottom half of the final inning.
While Kori Pentzer was born in the Treasure Valley with friends and family by her side, she wasn’t there for long.
EAGLE — If moving up to the 5A Southern Idaho Conference this season wasn’t hard enough, the Kuna softball team had to be welcomed in by two-time defending 5A state champion Eagle Thursday night.
The only people in Kuna who were happy with all the snow this winter might have been the racers from the Kuna High School Ski and Board team. The Bogus Basin ski resort hosts high school races for six weeks in January and February. Team members carpool up the mountain during the season to pr…
NAMPA — The last time Kuna wrestler Kreede Peterson was in the Idaho Center, things didn’t exactly go so well.
BOISE — It wasn’t supposed to end like this for the Melba Mustangs.
NAMPA — Kuna’s first trip to the 5A girls basketball state tournament featured some tough defense and a gritty all-around effort.
NAMPA — Everybody in the gym knew Kori Pentzer was getting the ball for the final shot.
MERIDIAN — Melba girls basketball coach Dave Lenz spent nearly the entire game pacing the court.
KUNA — Four years ago, the Kuna girls basketball program was in a state of uncertainty. It had gone through three different coaches, won a total of 15 games in three seasons and hadn’t sniffed the postseason in 20 years.
KUNA — The 5A District Three Championship Cross Country Race was held on Oct. 21, at Eagle Island State Park.
After a grueling season, Kuna Middle School’s cross-country team finished strong at their district meet in Mountain Home on Oct. 5.
MELBA — A year after both the Melba boys and girls teams finished just short of winning back-to-back district championships, it made amends for that Wednesday night with a truly dominating performance at the 2A District III Championship at Melba High.
KUNA — Oct. 8 delivered a crisp, if not downright chilly, morning for the Kuna Cross-County “Everybody Run” race, where cross-country moms, dads, grandparents, brothers, sisters, a school board member and some masters runners gathered to support the team with all funds from the race donated …
KUNA — With a trip to the state playoffs on the line, Kuna lined up on the Borah five-yard line for the crucial fourth down conversion. The team needed three yards to convert for first and goal.
KUNA — The Kuna Kavemen have a new assistant coach with experience taking players all the way to the Super Bowl.
Kuna (5-7-1) vs Boise (9-1-3)
The Kuna High School cross-country team traveled to the Dani Bates Invitational in Twin Falls this week.
KUNA — A Kuna football coach was fired on Sept. 30 after being arrested for drug charges. Robby Lee Washington, 48, bailed out of Canyon County Jail after his personal possessions tested positive for meth, weed and cocaine.
The Kuna girls soccer team (5-5-1) lost, 3-2, to Meridian (5-6-0) on Wednesday, Sept. 21.
Oct. 8 is the annual Gib Floyd High School Cross-Country Invitational Meet, held at the Sod Farm at the intersection of Kuna Road and Five Mile Road.
Melba students and family enjoyed a lot of Homecoming festivities this past week.
Top runners from 183 schools in the northwest came together at Eagle Island on Sept. 24 to compete in the Bob Firman Cross Country Invitational.
KUNA — The bell rings loudly in the Old Fourth Street Gym, and the two boxing opponents face off for the cheering crowd.
The Kuna girls soccer team defeated Nampa, 9-2, on Monday.