At St. Anthony, the Sugar-Salem High School volleyball team advanced to the second round of the 3A District 6 tournament by sweeping South Fremont, 25-12, 30-28, 25-14.
Hey, it wasn’t pretty, but a win’s a win.
At Blackfoot, the Teton High School girls soccer team defeated American Falls on penalty kicks in a 3A girls soccer state play-in game to advance to the 3A state tournament.
At Thunder Stadium, the Skyline High School football team came back to defeat Bonneville 20-18 for a 4A District 6 victory and return to the win column.
Through the first seven games this season, Idaho Falls senior running back Cameron Conrad had rushed for over 1,200 yards and crossed the 100-yard mark in every game.
ST. ANTHONY — Strictly defined, Friday night’s game between the Diggers and Cougars was just another regular season contest.
FIRTH — Look everyone, the golden boy of Ashton came to Firth High School's senior night Friday.
The cheers from the players in blue and white jerseys Thursday night in the Idaho Falls High School gym was nearly drowned out by the blue clad spectators.
At Bonneville, the Bonneville High School volleyball program commemorated its two seniors — Paige Dixon and Sade Williams — with a sweep of Shelley, 25-6, 25-10 and 25-11.
At Rexburg, the Rigby High School boys soccer team clinched a berth in this year’s 5A state playoff by beating Madison, 3-2, in overtime.
For the first time in three years, individual titles at the annual Idaho Falls city/county cross-country meet went to runners from the same school.
With the regular season winding down, each classification’s playoff picture is becoming more clear.
At Firth, the Sugar-Salem High School boys and girls soccer teams won their respective 3A District 6 titles against Teton to punch their tickets to this year’s 3A state tournaments.
The last time the Skyline High School girls soccer team won a district championship, none of the current Grizzlies were on the team.
At Rexburg, a goal from Manuel Garcia in the final minutes of the second overtime period gave the Thunder Ridge High School boys soccer team a 1-0 win over Madison.
The Hillcrest High School boys soccer team — donning black jerseys for Tuesday evening’s 4A District 6 championship game in Ammon — blackened the eye of the Blackfoot Broncos for the third time this fall.
At Firth, digs were a plenty for the Firth High School volleyball team in a 25-14, 25-18, 24-26, 25-18 conference win over West Jefferson on Tuesday.
A lot can happen in two weeks. Ask the Hillcrest High School football team, voted the best team in 4A by Idaho state media members on Tuesday.
At Sugar City, the No. 1 seeded Sugar-Salem High School boys soccer team defeated No. 4 Firth 5-0 on Monday to advance Wednesday’s 3A District 6 title game.
Before the fall, most teams in 4A District 6 already knew how to stop the newly classified Hillcrest Knights.
At the Idaho Falls Soccer Complex, the Blackfoot High School boys soccer team defeated Idaho Falls 4-3 Saturday to advance to Tuesday's 4A District 6 championship game.
At Sugar City, the Sugar-Salem high school football team began 3A District 6 play with a 56-13 win over Teton.
BANCROFT – Instead of playing his defensive-line spot, North Gem’s Bronx Holbrook defended equally-sized 6-foot-3 Mackay receiver Caleb Green all game as a corner.
After missing the previous two games with an injury, Rigby quarterback Keegan Thompson made his presence known in a big way in Friday’s game at Skyline.
ASHTON — The Nuclear Conference is blowing up the competition. And the North Fremont Huskies are blowing up the Nuke.
Two teams at two different points in their respective seasons.
Bonneville — winners of two-straight heading into Friday’s 4A matchup with Blackfoot — have been winning ugly as of late, leaning on a “bend-but-don’t-break” defense.
At Blackfoot, the Blackfoot High School boys soccer team shut out Bonneville 6-0 on Thursday to advance to Saturday's 4A District 6 semifinals at No. 2 seeded Idaho Falls.
At the Portneuf Wellness Complex in Pocatello, the Skyline girls and Sugar-Salem boys and girls claimed team titles in their respective races Thursday at the annual Bob Conley Invitational.
Despite 23 mile per hour winds that caused numerous thrown ducks and "Madison referees," Hillcrest's Thursday game with Shelley continued 4A District 6's status quo.
Six weeks down, three to go.
At Ammon, the Bonneville High School volleyball team swept District 93 rival Hillcrest 25-17, 25-17, 25-11 on Wednesday.
At Ravsten Stadium, Bernice Chavez got a hat trick for the Grizzlies in a 6-1 regular season finale win over District 91 rival Idaho Falls.
A new 4A team has been voted the best in Idaho for this week’s media poll, released Tuesday evening.
At Missoula, Mont., three Thunder Ridge High School cross-country runners had top 20 finishes Saturday at the Mountain West Classic.
Bonneville junior Willie Nelson, a vital member of the Bees’ baseball team, knows what “hitting for the cycle” means. Every baseball player does.
At Sugar City, Asa Hatch scored four goals for the Sugar-Salem boys soccer team in a 9-0 conference win over South Fremont on senior night.
At Blackfoot, the Idaho Falls High School football team returned to the win column with a 43-27 conference win over Blackfoot.
FIRTH — Like their opposite positions on the color wheel, there is just something about blue and orange that clash.
AMMON — Landon Demuzio and Kobe Tracy made their way toward a jubilant visitor’s sideline Friday at Thunder Ridge Stadium.
As the final horn sounded Friday at Thunder Stadium, Hillcrest High School head football coach Kevin Meyer raised both fists in the air in jubilation.
REXBURG — You probably don’t need this newspaper to know how Friday night’s matchup between ol’ Upper Valley rivals Madison versus Rigby went.
At Blackfoot, the Hillcrest High School boys soccer team locked up the No. 1 seed in the 4A District 6 tournament by beating Blackfoot 2-0.
POCATELLO – Highland was backpedaling.
We’re a little over halfway done with the 2018 football regular season — with some District 6 teams like Skyline, North Fremont and Challis ranking among the best in the state.
At Idaho Falls, the Bonneville High School volleyball team swept the Tigers 25-11, 25-14, 25-19 for a conference win.
At the Idaho Falls Soccer Complex, Bernice Chavez scored both goals for the Skyline High School girls soccer team in a 2-0 win over Hillcrest in a battle between the top two teams in 4A District 6.
While upsets across Idaho shook up this week’s football media poll released Tuesday, most local teams stayed in place.
Saturday’s 44th annual Bob Firman Invitational was as loaded as it has been in years with national talent galore taking to the course at Eagle Island State Park.
At Shelley, two second half goals sent the Idaho Falls High School girls soccer team to a 2-1 win over Shelley.
Skyline football coach Scott Berger, with his patented wide grin and cliched wisdom, said Saturday that “sometimes, even a blind hawk finds an acorn”.