The Cougar’s football season ended about a month ago, but we have still found a way to put them in the headlines.
Sure, every game means something during any regular season, but when you get into Conference play, it's time to kick it up a notch.
The teams are just getting into town, and that means the Fiesta Bowl is within sight.
And the recognition wasn't limited to just the high school level, as two teams and six athletes will forever be honored for their contribution to Warrior athletics.
The Vandals have been out and about to make sure they turn their football program around.
The Idaho men’s basketball team lost both games on their most recent road trip and are now sporting a 4-5 overall record.
The Cougar football team had one constant all season long, and he is now being recognized for it.
But we're not done with the L-C awards, for the second time this season, the Frontier Conference has awarded Lewis-Clark State senior, Tanis Fuller the 'Player of the Week' award.
Boise State football fans either can't get off work or are slacking on getting their Bowl game tickets.
Both LC basketball teams are having exceptional seasons, and a few of their players are once again getting recognized for it.
The Cougar women are 7-2 right now because of great team chemistry and a little help from a special individual.
The Warrior women faced some fierce competition in their latest home tournament over the weekend.
Now the basketball action wasn't just limited to high schoolers, as the L-C Warriors hit the hardwood Thursday night to take on Walla Walla University.
Despite a record they'd like to forget, the Vandals still had a couple special players on their team.
There's been a shakeup in the Idaho football world.