CALDWELL, Idaho β€” After four years as the head coach of the Vallivue High School boys varsity basketball team, Ryan Lundgren is stepping down.

Lungren, who led the Falcons to three-straight state tournament appearances, including a runner-up finish in 2017, will head to Twin Falls where he'll join the College of Southern Idaho men's basketball coaching staff as an assistant.

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Before coming to Vallivue, Lundgren was the director of player development for three years at Boise State under head coach Leon Rice.

β€œIn my 20+ years of coaching at the college level, I have met few people that work as hard as Ryan," Rice told KTVB Sports Director Jay Tust. "Ryan will make a great assistant coach at the collegiate level, and I say this without any reservations. He is a natural leader with an infectious personality.”