The Lewis-Clark State men's basketball team will head to Missouri after becoming an automatic qualifier in the National Tournament.
If you were planning a weekend full of L-C baseball, well you might want to change your plans slightly.
Despite the Vandal women having their season cut shorter than planned, a mainstay on the team is receiving the last honors of her career.
The Cougar men have had an up and down season, but a lot of those ups were present because of two fantastic players.
As people begin to get pumped up for March Madness, you didn't have to go very far to see some championship basketball in the LC Valley Tuesday night.
Yes, there may have been a ton of basketball over the weekend but don't forget that baseball is starting to take center stage in the sports world.
The Cougar women have had a very good player on their team for a few year's now, and she's once again being recognized.
When you claim a conference championship at the college level, you are bound to move up in the rankings.
Warrior sports fans who only thought they were going to see baseball on Saturday might not be spending the whole day on campus.
Maybe the Vandals have had a couple lackluster seasons because they knew that they couldn't participate in a Bowl game.
Now seeing as this was the last regular season home game for both Lewis-Clark State basketball team, the seniors were honored for both squads.
Football seems like it just ended and we're already starting to say goodbye to basketball.
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.