Boisean and Footbag Hall of Famer Daryl Genz, right, passes on his tips to kids at the 2016 US Open Freestyle Footbag Championships in Boise on Sunday. From right: Nico Nemeth, 10; Camden Hopkins, 14; Chloe Hopkins, 12; and Jocelyn Nemeth, 8.
Boisean and Footbag Hall of Famer Daryl Genz, right, passes on his tips to kids at the 2016 US Open Freestyle Footbag Championships in Boise on Sunday. From right: Nico Nemeth, 10; Camden Hopkins, 14; Chloe Hopkins, 12; and Jocelyn Nemeth, 8. Nicole Blanchard nblanchard@idahostatesman.com
Boisean and Footbag Hall of Famer Daryl Genz, right, passes on his tips to kids at the 2016 US Open Freestyle Footbag Championships in Boise on Sunday. From right: Nico Nemeth, 10; Camden Hopkins, 14; Chloe Hopkins, 12; and Jocelyn Nemeth, 8. Nicole Blanchard nblanchard@idahostatesman.com

Boise kids get a kick out of “footbag” competition

July 03, 2016 03:53 PM

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