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Shelley man named golf All-American

July 28, 2014

Utah State's Tanner Higham has been named a Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholar for the second time in as many years, the Golf Coaches Association of America recently announced.
Overall, Higham is one of 207 Division I golfers to earn All-America Scholar honors from Cleveland Golf/Srixon, including one of eight from the Mountain West Conference and one of nine from the state of Utah.
Higham, a senior from Shelley, Idaho has a cumulative 3.93 grade point average majoring in nutrition, dietetics and food sciences.

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Lowe, Dotson win Rupe's Two-Man Best Ball

July 21, 2014

Jody Lowe and Ricky Dotson finished with a score of 129.5 to win the Rupe's Two-Man Best Ball tournament at Blackfoot Golf Course on Sunday. They split $900 for their victory, a good reason for the high-fives and other congratulatory actions they shared.
Kelly Harris and Clint Younkin shared second place with Kyle Morgan and Travis Sensenbach. Each team finished at 133.5.
Brandon Jackman and Ryan O. Jensen finished in a tie for fourth place with Brian McEnelly and Spence Taylor. They shot 134.5 in the 13th annual tournament which featured a variety of scoring formats.

Fairchild returns to the mound as Broncos earn doubleheader split with visiting Knights

July 19, 2014

BLACKFOOT — With the American Legion district tournament set to begin Thursday in Twin Falls, the Blackfoot Broncos took to the field Saturday afternoon for the final time in front of their home fans.
The Idaho Falls Knights came to Blackfoot as both teams looked to head into the tournament on a good note.
Both teams had good games but the highlight of the day was the return of the Broncos Dallin Fairchild to the mound after missing the last few weeks with a broken hand.

Scott’s arm leads Broncos to

July 18, 2014

BLACKFOOT — Prior to Friday's American Legion doubleheader with the Idaho Falls Bees the Broncos coaching staff was going to limit starting pitcher Kyle Scott to 50 pitches.
But after three innings Scott had allowed two hits and a walk and was looking dominant on the mound.
Scott's 50 pitch limit morphed into a 90-plus pitch three hit shutout of the Bees as the Broncos earned a 4-0 on the way to a doubleheader sweep after taking game two 7-3.

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