There are 1997 fans on right now!
bike trails
(Click For Complete Broadcast Schedule & Archives)
9/20 Football  Payette vs Gooding
9/20 Football  Rocky Mountain vs Timberline (Boise)
9/21 Football  Bear Lake vs Marsh Valley
9/21 Football  Bishop Kelly vs Middleton
9/21 Football  Capital vs Borah
9/21 Football  Fruitland vs Homedale
9/21 Football  Genesee vs Prairie
9/21 Football  Highland (Poc) vs Coeur d'Alene
9/21 Football  Kuna vs Thunder Ridge
9/21 Football  Oakley vs Valley
9/21 Football  Twin Falls vs Canyon Ridge
9/22 Football  Idaho Falls vs Skyline
9/22 Football  Grangeville vs Priest River
9/22 Football  McCall-Donnelly vs Cole Valley Christian
9/27 Football  Eagle vs Timberline (Boise)


Most Recent Action Photo Galleries

(Click For Complete List Of Galleries)
9/18 Volleyball  American Falls vs Filer
9/18 Volleyball  JV
9/18 Volleyball  Eagle vs Timberline (Boise)
9/17 Girls Soccer  Boise vs Centennial
9/17 Girls Soccer  Vallivue vs Bishop Kelly
9/15 Boys Soccer  South Fremont vs Snake River
9/15 Boys Soccer  Grangeville vs St. Maries
9/15 Boys Soccer  Eagle vs Capital
9/15 Girls Soccer  Grangeville vs St. Maries
9/14 Football  Bonneville vs Hillcrest
9/14 Football  Eagle vs Mountain View
9/14 Football  Fruitland vs Middleton
9/14 Football  Gooding vs Snake River
9/14 Football  Grangeville vs McCall-Donnelly
9/14 Football  Idaho City vs Tri-Valley

 
Meet The Broadcasters

Get to know our broadcasters from each area of the state!

DISTRICT 2

Garrison Hardie, Play-By-Play Broadcaster
Garrison Hardie is a senior at Lewis Clark State College, and will be graduating with his bachelor's degree this fall in mass communications. Garrison met his wife Hannah in Lewiston, where they both live, and is a step-father to their five year old son Preston Scott. Garrison got his start in sports broadcasting as a PA Announcer in high school, and most recently has called basketball and baseball games for the Lewis Clark State Warriors; including the NAIA world series games for the past three years. He has also been training with KLEW with their current sportscaster, learning everything he can about the sports broadcasting business. This is his second season with IdahoSports.com and first as a full-time play-by-play commentator. When all is said and done, he hopes to be a play-by-play commentator for a large radio or TV network. 

Jason Hanson, Broadcast Producer
Before joining IdahoSports, Jason Hanson coached football as both an assistant and head coach at Genesee High School for 17 years. Over that span he was able to help guide the Bulldogs to a number of playoff berths, most notably second place finishes in 2004 and 2006 and a state championship in 2005. Jason has put down his whistle to follow his two daughters as they play high school and junior high volleyball and he is an assistant for the girls basketball staff. Jason and his wife both teach and live in Genesee.





DISTRICT 3

Paul Kingsbury, Play-By-Play Broadcaster
Paul heads up the highly talented and dedicated team here at IdahoSports.com. He graduated from New Plymouth in 1993, married his much better half, Joella, in 1997 and has 5 kids, Madison, Jaxon, Greta, Wil and Ava. He now lives in Kuna where he loves going camping and fishing with his family, watching his kids play sports and sitting in front of his computer until all hours of the night because it's the only time he can actually get any work done.



Sven Alskog, Play-By-Play Broadcaster
Sven is a graduate of Idaho State University. His time at IdahoSports.com began in the fall of 2013 working football broadcasts. Since then he has been on the call for basketball, baseball, volleyball and wrestling as well for IdahoSports. Previously Sven has worked in the West Coast League as the 'Voice of the Kitsap BlueJackets' summer collegiate baseball team. He is originally from Camano Island, Wash. 




Will Hoenike, Play-By-Play Broadcaster
Will is an award-winning broadcaster who has been doing play-by-play on a professional level since the early 2000s. His "roll call" of sports called includes hockey, football, basketball, baseball, softball, soccer, gynmastics, mixed martial arts, volleyball and wrestling. He has done pro games, including serving five seasons as the play-by-play broadcaster of the ECHL's Idaho Steelheads, major and small-college contests and high school events. He is a graduate of the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication at Washington State University and is originally from Spokane, Wash.


Mark Snider, Play-By-Play Broadcaster
Mark Snider is in his fifth season calling football games for IdahoSports.com. He was the play-by-play voice of the Idaho Stampede for 11 seasons, calling the 2007-08 NBA Development League Championships as well as two D-League Showcases for NBA-TV. He also broadcast the 2006 CBA All-Star Game. He has announced Boise State men’s and women’s basketball, and has called Idaho State championship tournaments in boys and girls basketball, football and track and field. A graduate of Oregon State University, he has done play-by-play for numerous OSU sports, including baseball, women’s basketball, wrestling and gymnastics. Snider started his career as a producer for the San Francisco Giants radio network, and spent one season calling football and basketball for Astoria High School in Oregon.

Gary Jones, Play-By-Play Broadcaster
Gary Jones grew up in Whittier, Calif. and graduated from Chico State University in 1975 with a degree in Biology. He is a retired science teacher from New Plymouth High, after teaching there for 32 years. In 1994, he coached the Pilgrim baseball team to the state title. He started broadcasting high school basketball games for local radio stations in 1988. He joined IdahoSports.com in 2006, doing primarily football and basketball games. He has been happily married since 1977 to his wife, Penny. They have no kids, but raise Labrador Retrievers. They both enjoy hunting and golfing, and in 2003 Gary authored a hiking guide in Idaho titled, “Hiking Idaho’s Seven Devils.”  You can reach him through his email:  jonesgolfs@gmail.com.

Clay Hatfield, Play-By-Play Broadcaster
Clay is a native of Council, Idaho and is in his 15th year as a high school teacher in the Treasure Valley. He is a proud graduate of Lewis-Clark State College and AMU. This is his 7th year with IdahoSports.com and he has broadcast soccer, football and baseball for our team. He is a die-hard Cubs fan and is also the voice of Wilder Wildcat High School Football and Homedale Optimist football. In his free time, he coaches the middle school football team and the high school softball team at Wilder.



Mike Safford, Play-By-Play Broadcaster
A native of Puyallup, Wash., Mike Safford received his bachelor’s degree in print and broadcast journalism at Pacific Lutheran University in 1998. He and wife Liza live in Caldwell with their son, Parker. Mike is in his 18th year as Director of Athletic Communications at the College of Idaho, serving as the primary contact all 20 sports sponsored by the College. He also serves as the play-by-play voice for Coyote football and basketball on radio, along with soccer, volleyball, baseball, and softball on YoteAthletics.com. Safford was previously the voice of the Boise Hawks of the Northwest League of minor league baseball.


Jaxon Kingsbury, Broadcast Producer
Jaxon is the Head Producer at IdahoSports.com, a title he bestowed upon himself. You may recognize his last name, and yes, he is Paul's son. A senior at Kuna High School, Jaxon plans to join the military following graduation. His interests include hunting, fishing and working out. You can find him at games all over the state running the camera, as we like to think he is pretty good at it. 




Paul Venosdel, Broadcast Producer
Paul joins the IdahoSports.com team this fall for the high school football season. Since 2015, he has been the public address announcer for the Eagle High School Mustang basketball teams. He also announced Mustang football and baseball games. Paul is an active Idaho youth baseball coach with more than 500 games managed. He authored the young adult fiction book, “Anger Throws a Curveball” in 2016. Paul is married to his lovely wife Cindy. They are extremely lucky to be raising two awesome young men in J.D. and Brett. He is a graduate of Fresno State with an Ag Business degree. In his free time, Paul is out on the links chasing a little white golf ball around.


   
   Tyson Johnson, Broadcast Producer


   BIO TO COME SOON



Glenn Jones, Color Commentator
Glenn is a retired science teacher, coach, and athletic director from the Boise School District. Glenn coached both boys and girls basketball, football and track, logging over 20-plus years in each sport. Glenn started broadcasting with IdahoSports in 2006. Glenn is married to Taki Jones, and they have 3 children: Zachary, Airielle and Van. They also have three grandchildren: August, Jasper and Juniper.

 




DISTRICT 4

Scott Burton, Play-By-Play Broadcaster
Meet Scott Burton. Scott is no stranger to broadcasting. A former news anchor and sports show host, he brings 20-plus years of broadcasting experience to IdahoSports.com. Scott was born and raised in Idaho and after a college baseball career, he decided to enter the educational field. He currently teaches speech and coaches basketball. A former “Idaho Teacher of the Year,” Scott thrives on teaching public speaking. His speech teams have won 18 State Speech State Championships in his 21 years at the helm. He just completed his second Master’s degree and hopes to put it to use in the near future. In his free time, Scott loves to play competitive golf, run a few side businesses and cheer on the Rams, Lakers, Dodgers and Boise State Broncos. Scott is a single dad of three beautiful girls: Abbie, Avery and Paisley..and yes, he does their hair and nails.

Ryan Howe, Play-By-Play Broadcaster
Ryan has been a fixture in Magic Valley and Mini-Cassia sports coverage over the years, including roles with the Times-News and ESPN Radio 103.1 FM. He joined the IdahoSports team in the fall of 2017. Once upon a time Ryan was the No. 1 sportswriter in the state for three years running, according to the Idaho Press Club. He was also named the No. 1 small-town sportswriter in the Pacific Northwest by the Society of Professional Journalists. He retired from sportswriting in 2014 and now owns a digital marketing company.



Mike Savage, Broadcast Producer
Mike has been a fixture on "Friday Nights with Scott and Mike" on IdahoSports.com over the years. The duo has been to schools all over the Magic Valley to cover your favorite schools and looks forward to continuing to provide game broadcasts moving forward. Savage is originally from Sandpoint and works in tech for his full time gig.




Cydnee Howe, Broadcast Producer
Cydnee is Ryan's much better half and runs the camera during their broadcasts together. Her day job finds her serving pediatric care patients at St. Luke's hospital in Twin Falls. A former two-sport athlete in high school, Cydnee is a Weber State graduate and loves exploring the outdoors. 






DISTRICT 5

Lucas Gebhart, Play-By-Play Broadcaster
Lucas is a communications major with an emphasis in multi-platform journalism at Idaho State University. Born and raised in Fort Collins, Colorado, Lucas lives and dies with Denver Broncos football. He is also an avid Colorado Rockies, Colorado Avalanche, Colorado State and Denver Nuggets fan. Sports has always been a huge part of Lucas’ life but he also loves to travel. Lucas and his dad had a life-long goal of visiting all the major league baseball parks. They have been to 30 major league ballparks now, including parks that no longer exist such as the old Busch Stadium and the Metrodome.


Seiji Wood, Broadcast Producer
Seiji began working broadcasts for IdahoSports in the fall of 2017. He is a graduate of Pocatello High School and a current student at Idaho State University where he is the Sports Editor for The Bengal student newspaper. Seiji is fluent in Japanese and can play the guitar and ukulele. 






DISTRICT 6

Matt Harris, Play-By-Play Broadcaster
Matt joined the IdahoSports.com team in the fall of 2011 and brings the international flavor to the company, having been born and raised in Taber, Alberta, Canada. Matt played football and basketball in high school and has served as an assistant and head basketball coach at the junior varsity level. A graduate of Brigham Young University - Idaho, he works at Riverbend Communications in Idaho Falls as the afternoon host and imaging director for Z103. He is the recipient of the 2017-18 "Best Non-Morning Show Personality" award from the Idaho State Broadcasters Association for his work on-air. Matt married his wife, Hannah, in 2010 and they have three children: Eli, Naomi, and Elizabeth. He enjoys spending time with his family, playing lots of golf in the summertime, traveling, and cheering on the Utah Jazz.

Lorin Jensen, Play-By-Play Broadcaster
Lorin joined IdahoSports in 2004 as a way to get into the state basketball tournament for free. Lorin graduated from New Plymouth High School in 2000, married the beautiful Andrea Jensen four years later and has three little girls, Avery, Quincy and Ellie. In his spare time, Lorin loves hiking and camping with his family. He also enjoys time on the hardwood during the winter refereeing high school girls and boys basketball in District 6. Lorin enjoys all sports and has fond memories of listening to Boise State football on the radio while working on the farm with his Dad. Nowadays he enjoys watching them on TV while sitting on his couch!


Lance Taylor, Play-By-Play Broadcaster
Lance started in broadcasting during the summer of 1992 at a radio station in Logan Utah. He joined the IdahoSports.com family during the 2012 season. Having graduated from Malad High School (Go Dragons!!!!) he is familiar with Idaho sports on many levels. Lance and his wife Kristin live in Sugar City. With four of their seven children still at home, Lance finds himself busy outside of broadcasting and work, but loves to take his children with him when on broadcasting assignments. "My children have had the opportunity to see many sporting venues and events around the state as they have traveled and attended them with me as I have been broadcasting. Much of their enjoyment has been getting to know the other broadcasters. This valuable time has given us unique bonding experiences," said Taylor. Lance is also the voice of the Diggers as the Sugar Salem High School PA Announcer.   

Alec Pope, Broadcast Producer
Alec was born in Twin Falls in 1997 and has lived all over southern and eastern Idaho, including Wendell, Hagerman, Weston and Preston. He currently lives in Saint Anthony and attends BYU-Idaho. Alec was raised by parents who consistently coached multiple sports in Idaho high schools and was raised with a love for sporting in general. He graduated from South Fremont High School in 2016. The fall of 2018 will be his first season with IdahoSports.com.




Nathan Lewis, Broadcast Producer
Nathan Lewis was born and raised in Salt Lake City Utah. He joined the US military in 2001 before September 11 and served 12 years active-duty military. He is a father of three amazing children, and three other stepchildren who he claims for myself. He has an amazing girlfriend who takes care of him. Nathan has a deep love for sports and his favorite teams are the Kansas City Royals, Kansas City Chiefs, Utah Jazz, Real Salt Lake and the Colorado Avalanche. His role model for broadcasting is Vin Scully of the Los Angeles Dodgers. He is grateful for this opportunity to be a color commentator/broadcaster here at IdahoSports.com.


Kyle 'Fuzz' Taylor, Broadcast Producer
Kyle "Fuzz" Taylor has been part of the IdahoSports.com team for the past four years. His ability to capture the game on camera as a broadcast producer has come naturally. If it involves modern technology, Kyle probably knows more than most people sitting in whatever venue he's located. Kyle was young when he first started filming games for IdahoSports and has always been willing to take assignments wherever he has been needed.  



Fan Comments Sign In | Register





This information is copyrighted to IdahoSports.com. Any rebroadcast, retransmission, or other use of this information is strictly prohibited without the expressed, written, consent of IdahoSports.com.

Copyright IdahoSports.com | Privacy Policy