Author: Ryan Martin

Photo by Helaman Juarez -- Ben Dansie wrestles with a calf in order to tie its legs together. 0

Rexburg rodeo rouses reveling residents

The Whoopee Days Rodeo galloped into the Madison County Fairgrounds for the Fourth of July festivities in Rexburg, Idaho at 7 p.m. Events held at the rodeo included calf roping, steer wrestling, bareback riding,...

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American Cancer Society hosts relay

Cancer survivors and their supporters joined the Relay for Life at Madison Junior High School to take a stand against cancer June 21. Relay for Life, an event sponsored by the American Cancer Society,...

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Triathlete wins all three events offered at BYU-I

The BYU-Idaho Wellness Center offered three variations of the triathlon this semester, including two Try-A-Tri’s and the Lazy Man Iron Man. Though these events test the endurance of their participants, they were all won...

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Students turn out for blacklight volleyball

Students clothed in white and neon colors gathered in the John W. Hart auxiliary gym to participate in black light volleyball Dec. 1. Black lights were used in place of florescent lights, which created...

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Turkey served with a side of American football

Thanksgiving offers many students the opportunity to spend time with family. Several students include football in their Thanksgiving festivities. Some watch the NFL games on TV. Others choose to gather their friends and family...

Students participate in canoe battleship held Nov.17 in the John W. Hart pool. Canoe battleship is held once every semester. Students who would like to play the game can reserve the pool by calling the scheduling office at 496-3120. The next organized competition will be held next semester. AKITA LAGAZO | Scroll Photography 0

Canoes filled with combatants battle

Students piled into four-man canoes in the John W. Hart pool to do battle against one another in a miniaturized naval warfare scenario. The pool turned into a theater of war as students tried...

Students play a 3-on-3 scrimmage in the Hart Auxiliary Gym while acclimating themselves to using wheelchairs. The wheelchair basketball rules and regulations can be found at www.nwba.org. BREANNA ALLEN | Scroll Photography 0

Students wheel it on the basketball court

Students rolled across the gym floor in wheelchairs playing wheelchair basketball in the John W. Hart building Nov. 7. Wheelchair basketball incorporates the skills of passing, shooting, dribbling, and defending with the addition of...

Mitch Adams, a sophomore studying business, soars through the air on his mountain bike. Free-ride mountain biking offers bikers the ability to take jumps on both flat and downhill courses.  JUSTIN TAYSOM | Courtesy Photo 0

Mountain biking available to students

BYU-Idaho students have the opportunity to bike in the mountainous areas surrounding Rexburg before winter sets in. Mountain biking is an activity that allows the traversing of different terrains on specially designed bikes. These...

Students fencing during class held in the auxiliary gym located in the John W. Hart Building. Fencing is known for being the only combat sport with no weight classes. AKITA LAGAZO | Scroll Photography 0

Students duel during fencing classes

Fencing, a sport that involves sword-play and footwork, is being offered at BYU-Idaho every Thursday and Saturday; beginner and experienced fencers gather together in the Hart auxiliary gym. It provides an opportunity to enhance...

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Students balance sports and spirituality

Competitive sports can cause people to forget about gospel principles, according to Jeffery R. Holland of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles. Sports may bring out aggressive behavior or foul play. Though it may...