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It was over before halftime, but the Wood River High School varsity girls soccer team added one more goal in the second half for good measure.

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There wasn’t much the Wood River Wolverines varsity boys soccer team couldn’t do against the visiting Minico Spartans on Monday at Phil Homer Field.

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It was over before halftime, but the Wood River High School varsity girls soccer team added one more goal in the second half for good measure.

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The Wood River High School varsity football team has announced that it has canceled tonight’s game against the Minico Spartans.

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The Spartans will go to Wood River on Thursday, Sept. 17 for a conference game that was originally scheduled for week eight.

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The Wood River High School girls swimming team took first-place in Twin Falls on Saturday when the Wolverines competed in an Idaho High School Activities Association six-team meet at the

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Wood River High School’s homecoming festivities have been postponed indefinitely, according to a press release from Athletic Director Kevin Stilling.

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It wasn’t easy, but the Wood River High School varsity volleyball team stayed unbeaten in “Great Basin 7” action Tuesday night with a very tough five-game win over the Minico

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As the number of students with COVID-19 begins to rise, most Magic Valley schools have stayed the course on keeping in-person classes, but that changes next week for Murtaugh students.

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After missing the second half of his junior season with a torn ACL, Eagle quarterback Ben Ford let the Idaho prep football ranks know he’s back in a big way in 2020. Ford racked up 401 total yards and six touchdowns as Eagle dismantled defending 4A state champion Kuna 64-0 on Friday night at Thunder Stadium.

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