Wednesday, July 31, 2013


Cody Lampl signed for another season of AA hockey
    Defenseman Cody Lampl, a Ketchum native, has agreed to terms with the Toledo Walleye hockey team for the 2013-14 season, the WTVG television station in Toledo, Ohio, reported.
    Playing for the Walleyes last season, Lampl appeared in 64 games. He set several career highs during the season, including 6 goals and 14 points. He also earned a career high 127 penalty minutes.
    “We saw firsthand last season the high competition level that Cody plays with,” Head Coach Nick Vitucci told WTVG. “He is a proven defenseman that is strong in all facets of the game.”
    Lampl has played for several teams in the AA level ECHL hockey league, including the Idaho Steelheads in Boise. He played for the Steelheads in the 2009-10 and 2010-11 seasons. Lampl also played for the Las Vegas Wranglers, and the Utah Grizzlies. He has played in 216 games in his ECHL career, as well as two games in the American Hockey Legaue.
    Lampl played four seasons of defense for the Colorado College Tigers before going pro. He also played several stints with the Sun Valley Suns.
Idaho has strong showing at National High School Finals Rodeo
    Idaho took home multiple honors at the National High School Finals Rodeo in Wyoming last weekend. Idaho’s Garrett Smith made history when he became the first three-time NHSF Rodeo All-Around Cowboy.
    Smith, who hails from Rexburg, won his titles in consecutive years (2011-13) and even picked up a Rookie All-Around Cowboy title as a freshman in 2010.
    This year, he competed at the NHSFR in six events, earning a trip to the short round in boys cutting (where he finished second overall), steer wrestling (sixth overall and won the short round) and saddle bronc riding (fourth).
    Hunter Rackham from Menan was crowned NHSRA Queen with 694.5 points.
    In the Boys State standings, Idaho also beat out Texas for the top spot. Idaho massed up 5,025 points to Texas’ 4,635. In the Girls State Standings, Idaho took second to Texas. Idaho had 3,099 points and Texas had 5,695 points.
    Idaho took second in State Standings only behind Texas. Idaho totaled up 8,124 points to Texas’ 10,330 points. This is the first time Idaho has finished in the top two places in State Standings.
    Timmi Hutchings of Blackfoot took second place with a time of 52.692. Taylor Rivera of Murrieta, Calif. Took first with 52.067.
    Janey Reeves of Melba took third place in the Goat Tying competition. Reeves had a time of 23.77. Teisha Coffield of Yuma, Colo. won the event with a time of 23.16. Quincy Pendergrass of Adrian Ore. took second with 23.55.

Sun Valley Taekwondo takes home hardware in McCall
    Sun Valley Taekwondo attended the McCall Mile High Open Taekwondo Tournament this past weekend with the following results:
    In boys white belt division Matthew Young took Gold in forms and Silver in sparring.  
    In the boys green belt division Ethan Hansen took Gold in forms with Eduardo Ramirez taking the Bronze.
    In sparring, Eduardo Ramirez took Gold and Ethan Hansen took Bronze.  
    In the older green belt boys division Michael Todd took Silver in forms and Silver in sparring, while Richard Todd took Bronze in forms and Gold in sparring.
    In the boys blue belt division, Aaron Torres took a Bronze in forms and Gold in sparring.  
    In the red belt boys division Larsen Bier took Gold in forms and sparring.

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