Author Archives: Mike Prater

SENIOR SALUTE: LEXY HALLADAY, MOUNTAIN VIEW/BYU

SENIOR SALUTE: LEXY HALLADAY, MOUNTAIN VIEW/BYU

Caves and Prater talk to Mountain View High student-athlete Lexy Halladay, a 10-time state champion in cross country/track and field who’s headed to compete at BYU. Eventually, she has Olympic hopes.MORE

MOTIVATION MONDAY: RYAN DELUCA

MOTIVATION MONDAY: RYAN DELUCA

Caves and Prater talk to Boise businessman Ryan DeLuca (BodyBuilding.com and BlackBox-vr.com) on building successful companies, the role that reading plays in his life, and the future of virtual reality gyms.MORE

SENIOR SALUTE: DANIEL URANGA, HOMEDALE GOLF

SENIOR SALUTE: DANIEL URANGA, HOMEDALE GOLF

Caves and Prater talk to Homedale High multi-sport student-athlete Daniel Uranga, who missed a chance to defend his state golf title this spring. He’s now headed to play for the Duke golf team.MORE

BLUE TURF SPORTS REPORT

BLUE TURF SPORTS REPORT

Caves and Prater talk to B.J. Rains of the Idaho Press and BlueTurfSports.com on a new quarterback at Boise State, a new basketball player from Serbia, and how the football and basketball teams will slowly start returning to campus after June 1.MORE

BRONCO FLASHBACK: TAD MILLER

BRONCO FLASHBACK: TAD MILLER

Caves and Prater talk to former Boise State football star Tad Miller, a key offensive lineman on the Broncos’ 2007 Fiesta Bowl team. Miller is now a canine officer in the Boise Police Department.MORE

BOISE STATE: ASK THE AD

BOISE STATE: ASK THE AD

Caves and Prater talk to Boise State athletic director Curt Apsey on Governor Little’s football comments this week, welcoming some student-athletes back to campus starting June 1, what a Covid-19 capacity could look like inside Albertsons Stadium, and what to do with student-athletes on scholarship who might not want to compete for safety reasons.MORE

SENIOR SALUTE: MALIA SMITH, TIMBERLINE SOFTBALL

SENIOR SALUTE: MALIA SMITH, TIMBERLINE SOFTBALL

Caves and Prater talk to Timberline High softball standout Malia Smith, who missed her senior season and traditional graduation. Now she’s headed to MIT to play softball and work on an engineering degree.MORE

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