GO! Founder Ruth Nicholson Named ‘Innovator of the Year’ Finalist

As GO! by Nicholson Facilitation & Associates, LLC celebrates its first anniversary, founder recognized by Hudl as club soccer innovator in nationwide competition.

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Riverhawk refuge: Soccer provides outlet for Canyon Ridge refugee students

A group of 19 high school students from five different countries came together this fall to form a successful boys soccer team in Twin Falls.

TWIN FALLS, ID — Corey Farnsworth is used to his players showing up late to practice, or missing it entirely. On Oct. 6, one-third of the Canyon Ridge High School boys soccer team was absent.
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“Our DG”

“Our DG.”

That’s how former players for Don Gregory referred to their coach Tuesday evening at an emotional halftime presentation during the Senior Night boys basketball game. That’s how he is remembered by faculty and fans as well.

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Barely 24 hours after Gregory lost an 18-month battle with pancreatic cancer, the veteran Emmett teacher and coach was honored by the renaming of the Huskie soccer field as Donald Gregory Field.

Sunway Soccer Complex will go through new developments

TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) On Tuesday, the Parks and Recreation Commission met to discuss future developments for the Sunway Soccer Complex master plan.

In October, the commissioners discussed future priorities and amenities that would improve the complex. With organizations wanting to donate for the development, Parks and Recreation Director Wendy Davis explained the new updates on the plan.

“I was approached by First Federal, and they wanted to do something to honor Alan Horner and his contribution to the community, and we floated out different ideas,” Davis said.

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Vandals Soccer Adds Seven

MOSCOW, Idaho – Idaho soccer coach Derek Pittman and his staff have been hard at work, filling out an already solid roster with some of the top up-and-coming talent in the region and in the country.  The Vandals added seven new athletes on National Signing Day, to go along with two midyear additions.

“Our program continues to improve with each recruiting class our staff brings in and our 2018 class is no different,” said Pittman. “We are very excited to finally have these talented players officially joining our Vandal Soccer team and feel that each of them will prove to be quality additions to our roster for the coming fall season.”

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Bronco Soccer Inks Eight

Head coach Jim Thomas and the Boise State soccer team signed eight newcomers Wednesday

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BOISE, Idaho – Head coach Jim Thomas announced the signing of seven incoming freshmen and one transfer for the 2018 season, joining the two early signees: Macie Nelson and Kennedi Paul. The class includes athletes from five different states (Alaska, California, Idaho, Oregon and Washington), which also contains four local Treasure Valley signees.

Boise State welcomes: McKenzie Cooper (Lake Elsinore, Calif.; Temescal Canyon HS), Piper Flannery (Bend, Ore.; Summit HS), Kendyl Hedberg (Everett, Wash.; Mariner HS), Julia Lewis (Boise, Idaho; Boise HS), Sarah Nehring (Lake Stevens, Wash.; Kamiak HS), Kiara Simpson (Fairbanks, Alaska; West Valley HS), Sydney Smith (Caldwell, Idaho; Caldwell HS) and Raven Sweeney (Corona, Calif.; Washington State).

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