Lewis-Clark State College has produced many champions over the years, and yet another one of their teams has the opportunity to bring home another over the next week.
The Warrior baseball team looked to get their second sweep of the season and had great momentum after Friday.
A little over a week ago, a local college runner won a national championship...Monday, he was honored for his huge accomplishment.
With both Cougar teams out of the Pac-12 tournament, both Vandal teams had a chance to make the big dance with wins over the weekend.
It was a chilly evening for some Warrior baseball as the College of Idaho came to town to take on the number two ranked LCSC baseball club.
Idaho Women Vandals had a chance to advance in the WAC tournament.
The Vandals Men were the underdogs as they took on the number one seed Utah Valley Wolverines.
A few Cougar seniors had a chance to make one last impression on NFL scouts before May's big draft.
Though it was somewhat expected, the Warrior women are officially in to the big dance!
March Madness is in it's early stages at the moment, so I guess we should call it March...mild insanity?
Despite coming in second place in the Frontier Conference tournament, the L-C Women's Basketball team will still play in the championship tournament, partially thanks to a few special players.
As much as many of us don't like seeing politics mix with sports, when it comes to rekindling rivalry games, our ears may perk up a little.
A Warrior basketball player is being recognized for his contributions to an outstanding year.
As one of the stars of last season's Cougar Football team prepares for draft day, we learn more about some of the things he's gone through over the past few months.
In the sports world, everyone loves a champion, and the L-C Valley has just produced yet another one.