The Valley Club Men’s Championships were held Sept. 9-10. Defending champion Greg Fairfield defeated Neil Bradshaw in the finals with Fairfield defending his title with a 2-up win. In the Men’s Senior and Super Senior matches, held Sept. 5-6, Baird Gourlaey won his first title with a two day total of 145. The Men’s Super Senior had defending champion Tift Mann posted a two-day total of 160.
The Wood River High School varsity swim team dove right into competition at the Mini-Cassia Invite on Saturday despite having a depleted roster. Wood River head coach Ben Parker claimed to have only 75 percent of his team available for Saturday’s meet, which featured 13 competing teams. Even though the roster wasn’t 100 percent, multiple records dropped, along with nine Idaho High School Activities Association state-qualifying swims and six first-place finishes.
The Cutthroats of Community School got a scare in the first half of Wednesday’s boys’ soccer match with Filer in a High Desert Conference meeting. The game was 0-0 at the midway point, then in the 55th minute Cash Dart opened the scoring. The Cutthroats eventually won, 6-1.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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