Dylan Rydalch, Brendon Ball and Mason Flanary have been playing baseball together since they were in elementary school and even though they all graduated and are going off to college, they’re not done playing on the same team.

Disappointment, despair, and sadness. That's the overriding sentiment among area seniors whose careers were cut short due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are a few of their stories.

Jaxon Sorenson has yet to begin his junior year, but the Idaho Falls High baseball player is already planning for his future.

Sugar-Salem senior shortstop Curtis Drake was invited to visit a few colleges in preparation to sign to play college baseball. Blue Mountain Community College, Southern Virginia University, and Treasure Valley Community College all hosted Drake for visits.

At Melaleuca Field, the Sugar-Salem baseball team opened the 3A state baseball playoffs on Thursday with all cylinders working in a 10-0, six-inning victory over Priest River. Tanner Harris, Hayden Crapo and Traeson Garner combined for the shutout and the offense scored in every inning, taki…

At Rexburg, Rigby rallied late to take the lead in the first game, then had to hold off the Bobcats after they scored six in the bottom of the seventh, highlighted by RBI singles by Mason Flanary, Jordan Porter and a two-run triple by Jaden Schwab. Trey Armstrong’s grand slam in the top of t…

At Soda Springs, Sugar-Salem pitchers Curtis Drake, Hayden Crapo and Kyzon Garner combined to hold Soda Springs to two hits and Kyle Ostermiller knocked in four runs on Tuesday as the Digger baseball team defeated Soda Springs 17-3.

It wasn’t quite time to panic, Bonneville baseball coach Ryan Alexander noted last week after the Bees were swept in a three-game series by Idaho Falls, but there was some concern about how the team would respond after sputtering against the Tigers.

At Tauphtus Park, the North Fremont softball team pounded out 25 hits and took advantage of 13 Ririe errors on the way to a 23-13 win. Taylyn Cordingley and Remi Litton each had five hits for North Fremont, which improved to 10-3. Cordingley drove in five runs and Litton added four RBIs.