Three and a half years ago, Brandon Nelson got his first road bicycle. On September 7, competing in his second Logan to Jackson, Nelson won men’s category 5 1300s in 9:39:05, a result that didn’t sink in for him right away.

The Idaho Falls USBC Bowling Association’s Hall of Fame Banquet will be held Oct. 5 at the Waterfront with social hour starting at 6 p.m. and dinner at 7 p.m. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased at Bowl-ero or Skyline Lanes. We would like to congratulate Craig Hansen and Jerry Moody this ye…

Sally Burrell used a driver to ace the 157-yard 14th hole at Sage Lakes Golf Course. The shot was witnessed by Sue Tihista and Ginger Reid.

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Timothy Everett aced the No. 3 hole on the short course at Sand Creek Golf Course on Saturday. Everett used a pitching wedge on the 58-yard hole. It was witnessed by Jamie Hawley and Cody Hawley.

Jerry Hong of Idaho Falls used a 9-iron to ace the 133-yard 13th hole Aug. 9 at Sand Creek Golf Course. The shot was witnessed by Cheese Kyle, Kent Naduald, Jack Simonds, and Curly Hampton. Also at Sand Creek, Dean Nielson of Idaho Falls aced the 187-yard 7th hole on Aug. 16 using a 3-iron. …

Kurt Clements used an 8-iron to ace the 135-yard 17th hole at Sage Lakes Golf Course. The shot was witnessed by Clint Wheeler, Jim Donovan and Duane Yost.

Julie Severson used an 8-iron to ace the 95-yard 12th hole at Sage Lakes Golf Course. The shot was witnessed by Lon Severson, Dary Newbry and Arlene Newbry.

The annual Kids Tri Harder triathlon took place Saturday at the Wes Deist Aquatic Center. According to Aquatic Supervisor Ashli Johnson, 223 kids ages 3 to 13 participated, which made Saturday’s triathlon the largest one to date.

City of Idaho Falls Youth Baseball ended its season this week. Tournament champions are as follows: varsity--Idaho Falls, AAA--Bonneville, AA--Firth, A--Bonneville, minor--Thunder Ridge.

So I’ve been told I can’t really consider myself an Idaho Falls sports writer until I cover the War Bonnet Roundup.

The War Bonnet Roundup returns to Idaho Falls today, highlighted by several of rodeo’s top competitors, including current the Professional Rodeo Cowboy Association all-around leader Stetson Wright and three other top-10 cowboys.

Adult flag football sign-ups

Julian Cowley of Idaho Falls aced the 13th hole at Sand Creek Golf Course on Tuesday. Cowley used a 7-wood on the 120-yard shot.