MOUNTAIN HOME — The Twin Falls Bruins made themselves right at home at Mountain Home’s homecoming Friday night. The Bruins forced the hosting Tigers into five fumbles, blocked a punt and had a safety on defense in earning a 50-6 win keeping Twin Falls’ playoff hopes alive. “It felt good,” said senior Ryker Anderson, who had a 46-yard touchdown reception.
As of this afternoon, I no longer own a car. The car that I got rid of was a black 2001 Honda Civic LX 4-door sedan. When I bought in 2005 for $12,000, it had a mere 49,445 miles on the odometer. Initially, I was making a 50-mile round trip commute to work every day, so I put over 22,000 miles on the car in 2006 alone. But things changed over time. Those who know me are well aware that I now get around almost exclusively by walking, biking, and riding transit.
The Tin City Brewers ended their regular season with a game against Viking on July 6, winning 8-6. The next day the Brewers faced off against Coronation for their final game which they lost 13-4. In the first game of the playoffs the Brewers lost 11-8, ending their season.