An 80th minute goal changed the atmosphere of the Blackfoot-Idaho Falls boys soccer game Thursday at the Idaho Falls Soccer Complex.

The Post Register coverage area will have 14 teams competing Saturday at the annual Bob Firman Invitational at Eagle Island State Park, which is drawing an impressive crop of national talent this year.

At Aberdeen, Jordan Dayley’s hat trick for the Sugar-Salem High School boys soccer team sent the Diggers to a 3-0 nonconference win over Aberdeen.

The D-93 rivalry issue was decided early Friday night as the Hillcrest High School football team flat dominated rival Bonneville 49-8 at Thunder Stadium to win its fifth consecutive Civil War.

SHELLEY — After watching a 22-point third quarter lead shrink to eight, the Madison High School football team scored a pair of fourth quarter touchdowns to earn a hard fought 42-20 win over Shelley, spoiling homecoming night for the Russets.

At the Idaho Falls Soccer Complex, the Tigers and Bobcats boys soccer teams played to a 1-1 tie after Madison scored in the 38th minute to knot the match.

The first District 91 rivalry soccer games of 2018 were divided right down the middle Tuesday at the Idaho Falls Soccer Complex.

Don’t plan on bringing spray paint to this year’s Civil War game. The tradition of spray painting Thunder Stadium’s goalposts the victorious team’s color has been discontinued, according to a letter sent out by Bonneville and Hillcrest High Schools Monday evening.

Friday’s annual Tiger-Grizz Invitational at Freeman Park had so many milestones, we couldn’t acknowledge them all in Saturday’s paper.

At Aberdeen, the North Fremont High School football team defeated Aberdeen 29-6 for its first win over the Tigers since the 2013 season. Huskies head coach Ben Lenz said North Fremont won by moving the chains consistently.

At Hillcrest, the Hillcrest High School volleyball team got its first win of the season after sweeping Skyline 25-20, 29-27 and 25-20.

At Bonneville and Thunder Ridge, Bonneville High School volleyball swept Idaho Falls and Thunder Ridge in three sets each to remain perfect on the season.

SODA SPRINGS — The annual Cardinal Classic provided an early season glimpse into the depth that exists in District 6 cross-country this year.

Trailing by three with 2:58 left in the game, the Idaho Falls High School football team was staring at a potential game-winning drive right in the face.

At Ammon, the Skyline High School football team shut out Thunder Ridge 40-0 for to move to 2-0. Luke Ruiz, Eli Ames, Cruz Taylor, Connor Maloney and Bridger Swafford all scored for the Grizzlies, who led 27-0 at halftime and 34-0 after three quarters. Ames had two touchdowns, a 25-yard punt …

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The first Bonneville vs. Hillcrest volleyball match of 2018 occurred earlier in the season than in previous years, but there was no shortage of energy Thursday.