How bittersweet it is

Derrick Stacey of Bonneville meets with his head coach Zairrick Wadsworth while on an official timeout during the Tiger-Grizz Invitational 98 pound Championship match against Kade Lincoln of Skyline on Saturday at Skyline High School. Lincoln defeated Stacey with a decision of 7-0. Photographer Pat Sutphin / psutphin@postregister.com, Date 1/24/2015, Lens 130, ISO 4000, FStop {fstop}, Shutter 1/160, Aperature {aperature},

The Bonneville Bees became the first District 6 school to win the Tiger-Grizz wrestling tournament this century on Saturday night, doing so in a most improbable fashion.

Climbing the hill

Caleb Laux of Rigby struggles as Skyline junior John Sambrano goes for the pin during the first day of the Tiger-Grizz Invitational Friday at Skyline High School. Sambrano defeated Laux but lost in his next match against Adam Campos of Columbia. Photographer Pat Sutphin / psutphin@postregister.com, Date 1/23/2015, Lens 200, ISO 2500, FStop {fstop}, Shutter 1/250, Aperature {aperature},

Look at his wavy blonde hair and you may think Snake River junior Wyatt Volger is a surfer.

Look at his moves in the circle and you may think he looks like a wrestler.

Knights survive, grab top seed

Hillcrest senior Sabrina Baldwin, left, junior Kaitlin Sargent, back, and Bonneville senior Kylie Lott fight for possession of a loose ball resulting in a jump ball Thursday at Bonneville High School. For a gallery of images from last night's game, including the half-time performance from the Honey Bees, visit Photographer Pat Sutphin / psutphin@postregister.com, Date 1/22/2015, Lens 135, ISO 2500, FStop {fstop}, Shutter 1/320, Aperature {aperature},

It took a late rally, but the Hillcrest High School girls basketball team’s undefeated 5A District 5-6 record lived to see another day.

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