Skyline’s Kirby running with purpose

Nick Kirby poses for a portrait Oct. 13 in Idaho Falls. Kirby, a Skyline High School sophomore and member of the defending 4A state champion Skyline boys cross-country team, is one of two survivors in a fatal two-vehicle crash in May. He spent a month in EIRMC with a brain injury and on a ventilator, two and a half weeks of which he was in a medically induced coma. John Roark / jroark@postregister.com

Skyline sophomore Nick Kirby, one of two survivors of a fatal two-vehicle crash in May, has found strength and peace upon his return to running.

IF team qualifies for USTA nationals

An Idaho Falls men’s 55 and over 6.0 tennis team qualified for the United States Tennis Association national finals tournament, scheduled for Oct. 27-29 in Orlando, Fla. The Idaho Falls “Old Racketeers won a competitive six-state sectional tournament Sept. 22-23 in Denver. The Idaho Falls team opens against Hawaii on Oct. 27. Members of the team are, top row: Ray Gordon, Robert Boozer, Brad Vande Kamp and Charles Hunter; bottom row: John Russell, John Stosich and team captain Reuben Wilson. Courtesy Ray Gordon

An Idaho Falls men’s 55 and over 6.0 tennis team qualified for the United States Tennis Association national finals tournament, scheduled for Oct. 27-29 in Orlando, Fla. The Idaho Falls “Old Racketeers won a competitive six-state sectional tournament Sept. 22-23 in Denver. The Idaho Falls team opens against Hawaii on Oct. 27. Members of the team are, top row: Ray Gordon, Robert Boozer, Brad Vande Kamp and Charles Hunter; bottom row: John Russell, John Stosich and team captain Reuben Wilson.

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