Here is an update on some former Treasure Valley athletes now competing at the college level:
Chris Woolley, Borah High: The shortstop wrapped up his sophomore season with the Western Nevada College baseball team, which advanced to the JUCO World Series and finished 48-17. In 116 plate appearances, Woolley batted .302 with three home runs, two doubles, 29 runs and 17 RBIs. He has signed to play for the University of San Diego next season.
Devyn Christensen, Vallivue High: The junior guard helped the Utah State women's basketball team complete its winningest season in school history at 21-10. Christensen earned first-team all-WAC and All-Region 7 honors. She led Utah State in scoring with an average of 20.6 points per game while shooting 89.8 from the free-throw line and 38.5 percent from 3-point range.
Julie Muguira, Bishop Kelly: The 2010 BK graduate averaged 10.9 minutes, 4.0 points and 1.8 rebounds per game for the University of Chicago women's basketball team, which advanced to the NCAA Division III sweet 16. The Maroons finished the season with a record of 27-1 and also completed the first unbeaten regular season in school history at 25-0.
Michael Ho-Lewis, Mountain View High: The 2011 Mountain View grad led the Olivet Nazarene football team in rushing this past season as a freshman. Ho-Lewis had 189 carries for 720 yards and seven touchdowns as Olivet compiled a season record of 5-6.
Katey Pennington, Boise High: The freshman defender started every game for the Gonzaga women's soccer team, finishing with four assists. Pennington was named Gonzaga's Newcomer of the Year as the Zags finished 7-10-2 overall.
Chase Harris, Centennial High: The College of Southern Idaho center fielder was named the Region 18 player of the year in May. Harris, who has signed to play with the University of New Mexico next season, hit .448 during conference play with seven doubles, five triples, five home runs and 44 RBIs.