hey may have looked absolutely fantastic over the past few months, but hey, you can't win 'em all.
A couple of Warrior Baseball players had some great performances last week, and Wednesday they got awarded for it.
Warrior Baseball fans finally got a full weekend of their favorite team here in town.
Well it took almost a full month, but the Warrior baseball team is finally home.
The heart of the Warrior women keeps doing her part in getting her team back to the national tournament.
Ernie Kent knew he had a tough task at hand when taking over the program, and it's really starting to show.
There's no argument about who is No. 1. The second-best team in the nation behind Kentucky, however, is up for debate.
The University of Idaho has a sports team that put up their best record in school history last season, and are already on their way to breaking that this year with two convincing wins.
The Washington State Cougar's Football program are changing the way they do things once again.
One Lewis-Clark State Warrior is getting recognized in a big way.
A college quarterback in the Spokane area will be making a huge jump in divisions over the off season.
We keep saying things are looking up for the Idaho men's basketball team, and hopefully this time we'll mean it.
The Warrior men have their 19-6 record much in part because of their big man on campus.
Ladies and gentleman, please ignore the weather outside, it's baseball season now.
Eight miles away on the east side of the border, the University of Idaho had their Signing Day as well.
It may not be the best in the country, but Mike Leach has put together his best signing class yet.
For those of you who may not care about this year's Super Bowl or just need something to do before or after the game, LCSC has your answer.
The Vandal men have struggled in conference play but might be looking up from here on out.
The Cougar men have been getting a little roughed up as of late.
An important player in the Warrior Baseball organization is still with the team, but will probably get a few less hits this year.
If the LC Valley truly is a baseball area, then February must be like a second Christmas to its residents as the LCSC Warrior Baseball team takes the field once again as it fights for championship number 17.
Just like the Jefferson's once did many years ago, the Warrior women are moving on up!
Our local college in the valley is finally getting it's athletes back on the court, and no, we're not talking basketball here.
A couple Cougar athletes have a chance to win a big time award usually reserved for the pros.
Over to the female side of the court, the Idaho women's basketball team also has a 7-7 record.
The Vandal men are playing well, but seem to be coming up just short on too many occasions.
One of your local Pac-12 Basketball coaches needs your help in a big time fundraiser.
Conference play hasn't exactly started the way that the Vandals were hoping it would.