Borah senior Rylan Bergersen, right, has a go-to mentor when it comes to basketball. His dad is former Boise State and Idaho Stampede standout Roberto Bergersen. “I’ve had to grow up and learn how to juggle being a good father and a good coach, because a lot of times they can kind of conflict each other or get in the way of each other,” Roberto said. “But Rylan has been a great kid and a great pupil. He’s been willing to do everything that I’ve asked him to do without question.”
Borah senior Rylan Bergersen, right, has a go-to mentor when it comes to basketball. His dad is former Boise State and Idaho Stampede standout Roberto Bergersen. “I’ve had to grow up and learn how to juggle being a good father and a good coach, because a lot of times they can kind of conflict each other or get in the way of each other,” Roberto said. “But Rylan has been a great kid and a great pupil. He’s been willing to do everything that I’ve asked him to do without question.” Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com
Borah senior Rylan Bergersen, right, has a go-to mentor when it comes to basketball. His dad is former Boise State and Idaho Stampede standout Roberto Bergersen. “I’ve had to grow up and learn how to juggle being a good father and a good coach, because a lot of times they can kind of conflict each other or get in the way of each other,” Roberto said. “But Rylan has been a great kid and a great pupil. He’s been willing to do everything that I’ve asked him to do without question.” Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com

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