Here is a list of players from Idaho that are currently on college rosters or professional rosters. The players in bold have been confirmed through their team’s website or other source. The players not in bold were on college rosters last year but haven’t been verified.
If you know of any players that are unaccounted for, please list them. If you see an error, please list that too. Their high school is in parenthesis and . . . → Read More: Idaho high school boys on college rosters – 2011
Nebeker (Melba) paces team with 21 points, 12 boards in win over Weiser
Kissinger (Centennial) scores 29 and Maffey scores 11 but Pats lose to Middleton
Both teams started slow. Columbia would eventually move out to a 15-11 first half lead. Most of their points were generated through offensive rebounds thanks to a major size advantage.
Meridian was in danger of losing control until Isaac Sienknecht gave them a spark off the bench. Four points later the Warriors were back in it.
The third quarter was slow but as they moved to the fourth, it was Meridian’s defense that would make . . . → Read More: Columbia at Meridian Recap
Here is a preview of each team in the 5A Southern Idaho Conference . . . → Read More: 5A Southern Idaho Conference Preview
Mitch Bruneel celebrates after hitting a 3-pointer in his first Utah State game
Utah State, BYU basketball: 5 keys to Aggies’ season-opening win
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Congratulations to the recent winners Jack Nygaard (Kamiah, 2A), Jake Squires (Clearwater Valley, 1A-DI) and Sawyer Wahl (Nezperce, 1A-DII).
Up to this point, you’ve had a chance to vote on the best players in each of Idaho’s six classifications (5A – 1A-DII). Now, here’s a chance to vote on the OVERALL Idaho Player of the Year, regardless of classification.
Below are the six players that you voted for as the top of their class. You . . . → Read More: Vote for the pre-season All Idaho Player of the Year
Nebeker (second from right) and Bradshaw (fifth from right) both signed with Division I schools after playing this summer with Idaho Select
Congratulations to Melba’s Joey Nebeker and Corvallis’s Riley Bradshaw for signing their Division I Letters of Intent.
Nebeker, the reigning 2A Idaho Player of the Year signs with Leon Rice and the Boise State Broncos. CLICK HERE to read the article.
Bradshaw is a two-time Southwestern A Conference MVP and signs with . . . → Read More: Nebeker signs at Boise State, Bradshaw signs at Utah State
McCarhty plays his high school ball at Idaho Falls HS
A big congratulations to Sean McCarthy, who recently signed with NAIA Division I Vanguard University.
Click here to read the article in the Post Register