SHELLEY – The name Wyatt Remington has been spoken around Shelley High School for several years now and not in a bad way.
THOMAS – The annual District 5-6 All-Star Football Game was presented Friday night at Snake River High School, showcasing the graduating seniors from area high schools, including Blackfoot, Firth, Shelley, Snake River and others on the South Team, while North Fremont, Skyline, Hillcrest and …
FIRTH – Firth High School volleyball coach Elda Park has announced the Firth Cougars Junior Volleyball Camp for this summer.
FIRTH – Firth High School girls’ basketball coach Sharla Cook has set a pair of basketball camps for both the youth and the potential varsity players for this summer.
ATOMIC CITY — With Atomic Motor Raceway gearing up for its 2019 kickoff, it is only right to assume that the best drivers in the area would be getting their cars ready to go as well.
THOMAS – The annual Senior All-Star Football Game will be played on Friday at Snake River High School.
THOMAS – You can tell when you talk to sophomore Morgan Sensenbach of Snake River High School that she doesn’t really know whether to act demure or smile and be a bit more brash.
BOISE – A couple of years ago, the IHSAA and Special Olympics combined to create a new event that is held annually now, for the third straight year. It is called the Unified Relay and it combines two athletes from a high school team and two special needs athletes.
THOMAS – Rylan Anderson is a freshman who attends Snake River High School. Rylan is also a three-sport athlete — football, basketball and track — who hasn’t quite figured out which direction he is headed as an athlete.
BOISE – The Aberdeen Tigers made the trip across the state for the annual 2A Idaho track and field championships and promptly put on a display of speed that nearly grabbed them the second place trophy in the boys’ side of the meet. The girls were right there until an injury knocked out a ris…
BLACKFOOT – The Blackfoot American Legion baseball team has announced the players who have made the team and released the schedule for play during the 2019 season.
FIRTH – If you have ever wondered about how to get your youngster started in basketball, what better thing could you do than to have them start with a seven-time state boys’ basketball champion coach?
BOISE – The Shelley High School track teams are used to top three finishes in both the boys’ and the girls’ track programs, but with the move to the 4A classification it was expected to have a bit of a drop-off.
BOISE – It was not a very memorable track season for the Blackfoot Broncos. Neither the boys’ nor the girls’ team made much of an impression at the state meet, with the girls finishing 22nd out of 25 teams and the boys finishing 24th out of 26 teams in the overall standings.
SPIRIT LAKE – The tricks that Mother Nature can play on people severely affected the 3A girls’ state softball tournament that was scheduled for Friday and Saturday, May 17-18.
BOISE – The Snake River High School track and field team is not where coach Mike Kirkham may want it to be at this time of the year, but they are getting better and they are producing results that will get them there in a year or two.
SHELLEY – Shelley High School volleyball coach Savannah Leckington and her staff have announced the 2019 Shelley “Littles” Volleyball Camp that will take place June 6-8 at Shelley High School.
ATOMIC CITY – Atomic Motor Raceway, located just 28 miles west of Blackfoot, is gearing up for the season's opening night of action on Saturday, May 25.
BOISE — The loud thud you heard Thursday night was the Firth High School baseball team crashing to the ground after their first-round 5-3 loss to Grangeville in the opening round of the state 2A tournament.
MIDDLETON – The Firth Cougars placed third in the state 2A girls’ track and field meet Saturday.
BLACKFOOT – The District 4 High School Rodeo has completed five of the six weeks of rodeo action, including the first of a two-week run in Blackfoot.
BLACKFOOT – With the state track and field championships beginning today, it is only fitting that we look at the 3A and 4A possibilities for local athletes.
BLACKFOOT – This spring, I have been so impressed with the talents and efforts of some young ladies from Firth who not only won a state championship in the 4x400 relay one year ago, but all returned for a chance to repeat as champions.
IDAHO FALLS – The votes have been tabulated and the teams announced for the High Country Conference all-conference baseball team.
BLACKFOOT – Following a great season for softball, several members of the Blackfoot Broncos softball team received recognition of their efforts from the High Country Conference.
THOMAS – This is the first of what will become a weekly column in the Bingham County Chronicle. It is designed to give some recognition to freshmen, both boys and girls, who are making an impact on the varsity level sports teams in the county.
RIRIE – As expected, though not hoped for, the Firth Cougars finished second in both the boys’ and girls’ team standings of the recently completed District 6 2A track and field championships.
TWIN FALLS – The Snake River High School Panther golf team wrapped up a strong finish to the season with a fourth place trophy at the 3A state golf championships in Twin Falls.
THOMAS – The Snake River Lady Panthers have had a very good season to date. The only thing that would make things better will be if they return home from the 3A state softball tournament in Coeur d’Alene with some hardware, meaning that they played well and won some games.
TWIN FALLS – The Blackfoot Broncos softball team played perhaps its toughest opponent of the year Saturday and it came in one of the biggest games of the season.
FIRTH – The Firth Basketball Team Camp for 2019 will be held May 20-23.
FIRTH – The bracket for the 2A Idaho State Baseball Tournament has been filled out and the six district champions — Malad, Declo, Nampa Christian, Challis-Mackay, and Grangeville — have claimed their spots.
POCATELLO – The Firth Lady Cougars saw their season come to a close at the hands of the Soda Springs Lady Cardinals on Saturday in a game that would have extended the season for another week.
PRESTON – The Firth Cougars expected to be in the state baseball tournament.
BLACKFOOT — The Snake River Panthers’ baseball season came to an end on Thursday when they fell to the South Fremont Cougars by a final score of 9-1 in a state play-in contest.
IDAHO FALLS – The Blackfoot and Shelley track and field teams took to the track on Thursday and Friday attempting to qualify athletes to the state 4A championships to be held at Eagle High School in the Treasure Valley on May 17-18.
AMERICAN FALLS – The Snake River track and field team showed well during the District 5, 3A championships, winning the girls’ team title and finishing second in the boys’ results.
BLACKFOOT – The Blackfoot Broncos have worked hard all season long to earn the top seed in the District 6, 4A softball tournament. That edge was taken away Thursday afternoon as the tournament resumed play and the Lady Broncos faced off with the second seed Tigers from Idaho Falls.
BLACKFOOT – The Lady Broncos of Blackfoot, sent to the left side of the district bracket in softball, found an old foe in Bonneville waiting for them Thursday after the Bees had dispatched the Skyline Grizzlies earlier in the afternoon.
TERRETON – The Firth Lady Cougars have struggled at times this season, but have battled through those times to reach the semi-finals of the District 6, 2A softball tournament against the top-seeded Panthers of West Jefferson.
THOMAS – A new tradition was born at Snake River High School on Wednesday as head football coach Jeb Harrison invited the eighth grade class of football players — next fall’s freshman class — to the high school to sign a contract of commitment to the Panthers’ football program.
TERRETON – A short time after falling to the West Jefferson Panthers in the semi-final game of the Nuclear Conference softball tournament, the Firth Cougars were right back on the field to face the Ririe Bulldogs in an elimination game on Wednesday.
TERRETON – It was the type of game that you would expect from the two best teams in a conference tournament setting. The Firth Lady Cougars and the West Jefferson Panthers battled tooth and nail through seven innings of play, with neither team willing to concede an inch to the other.
BLACKFOOT – The young Shelley Russets learned some valuable lessons on Wednesday.
BLACKFOOT – The Shelley Russets, despite playing well enough to move into the number four seed in the district tournament, found the going a bit tougher when all the marbles were on the line Wednesday.
BLACKFOOT – There are many times when you work hard to gain an advantage that things don't work out for you.
BLACKFOOT – The threat of lightning and intermittent showers in the Blackfoot area caused cancellation of the first round of the District 6, 4A Softball Tournament games scheduled to be played on the Blackfoot High School fields Tuesday afternoon.
FIRTH – With a host of schools trying to figure out where to place athletes for the district track meets that will be taking place this week, some are resting minor injuries and others are trying to see where they can maximize their efforts to win a district title.
BLACKFOOT – Former Snake River basketball star and Blackfoot resident Alyssa Crumley is moving on.
SHELLEY – The Shelley High School athletic department announced that senior softball standout Ashley Hathaway has signed a letter of intent to attend and play softball for Colby Community College in Colby, KS.
HAILEY – The Shelley Russets finished their preparations for the upcoming District 6 4A track and field meet coming up Thursday and Friday with a strong finish by the women and a lackluster effort by the men at the Bob Shay meet Friday.
RIVERSIDE – Monday afternoon action in the South East Idaho, District 5 3A softball championship game turned into a bit of a two-person show.
TERRETON – The Lady Cougars of Firth wasted no time on Monday in sending the North Fremont Huskies to the left side of their bracket in the District 6, 2A softball tournament and securing themselves a place in the semifinals of the tournament against top-seeded West Jefferson coming up Wednesday.
FIRTH – It has been said that baseball might be the total team sport. If you don’t have a good combination of pitching and hitting and fielding, it is very tough to win games.
FIRTH – A pair of strong pitching performances led the Firth Lady Cougars to a pair of wins over the Challis-Mackay Lady Rivercats and secured the two seed in the upcoming District 6, 2A softball tournament that will have the Cougars taking on the North Fremont Huskies on Monday afternoon at…