For the fourth year in a row, the Madison High School girls soccer team are 5A District 5-6 champions.
Thunder Ridge High School is in its second year of existence, and the Titans have gone 2-for-2 in 5A District 5-6 boys soccer championship games since then.
Blackfoot made another move in the state media football poll, jumping up to No. 2 in this week’s 4A poll after improving to 6-1 with last week’s comeback win over Madison.
A year ago, the returning members of the Idaho Falls High School girls swim team were thinking about how close they had come to winning a state championship in November 2017.
Week 7 of the high school football season featured more playoff positioning among area teams, but no outcome was likely more dramatic than Ririe’s 14-7 win over Salmon on Friday night.
Bonneville High School’s Ali Ellsworth concluded an impressive week in a big way Saturday on her home field.
At Rexburg, Annalise Brunson had four goals and one assist for the Madison High School girls soccer team in a 9-1 win over Rigby to begin the 5A District 5-6 tournament.
Armando Gonzalez said his Rigby High School football team had bigger goals in mind Friday than just winning a conference road game against Thunder Ridge.
At Blackfoot, Friday's Buck Bowl between Madison and Blackfoot featured a second-half rally by the Broncos, who won the nonconference game 21-19.
It may have been a battle between teams that have won the last three 4A state championships, but Thursday's football game between Skyline and Hillcrest had more immediate implications.
At the Idaho Falls Soccer Complex, Kennedy Robertson scored two goals in the Idaho Falls High School girls soccer team’s 5-1 win over Blackfoot to begin the 4A District 6 tournament.
Game of the Week
At Blackfoot, the Blackfoot High School boys soccer team began the 4A District 6 tournament with a 3-0 win over Bonneville.
At Sugar City, five different players scored for the Sugar-Salem High School boys soccer team in a 5-0 conference win over South Fremont in the regular season finale for both teams.
Spots for the Idaho high school boys and girls soccer state tournaments, which begin Oct. 24 in the Treasure Valley, are on the line for District 6 teams as district tournaments begin this week. The first games start today with the 4A District 6 boys tournament.
With its victory over previous state No. 1 Oakley, Lost Rivers moved to the top spot in this week's 1A Division 1 state media football poll, edging Prairie by a point, with each team receiving four first-place votes.
At Hillcrest, Jaxon Keller scored four goals as the Hillcrest boys soccer team pulled away for a 9-0 win over Bonneville on Monday in its regular-season finale.
A couple of teams established themselves as frontrunners in their respective conferences during week 6 of the football season.
At Rexburg, the Bonneville High School volleyball team went 8-0 in two days to win the inaugural ‘Battle of the Best’ seven-team tournament at Madison.
At Arco, it wasn't exactly the offensive explosion expected in the matchup between Oakley, the state's No. 1 ranked 1A Division I team, and upstart Lost Rivers on Friday night.
At Bonneville, six different Idaho Falls players scored and an own goal contributed to a 7-0 boys soccer win over Bonneville on Friday.
In the soup and slop that was Thunder Stadium on Friday night, the Idaho Falls Tigers emerged muddied, bloodied and victorious.
The Skyline defense knew Blackfoot's Teegan Thomas was going to run the ball. The Bronco offense knew Thomas was going to run the ball.
At Rigby, the Rigby High School boys soccer team edged Madison 1-0 to add to an already tight race for 5A District 5-6 tournament seeds.
At Pocatello, three District 6 teams came away with titles at the annual Bob Conley Invitational.
ARCO – It’s a cool afternoon in Arco and the new Lost Rivers football team is hard at practice at Butte County High.
At Bonneville, the Idaho Falls High School girls soccer team continued their best season in recent memory with a 2-1 win over Bonneville.
With the arrival of October, Week 6 of the high school football season is upon us. Here are some things to watch for this week from District 6 teams.
At Watersprings, the Watersprings High School volleyball team remained undefeated with three-set wins over conference opponents Rockland and Grace Lutheran.
REXBURG--Megan Morrin comes from a running family, but it was not until this fall that she competed in cross-country.
As expected, Blackfoot jumped into this week’s 4A state media football poll after its 35-14 win over Hillcrest. The defending state champion Knights dropped out of the poll as Blackfoot took over the top spot in the 4A District 6 standings at 2-0. Skyline, coming off an Emotion Bowl win over…
At Skyline, Jaxon Keller’s goal in the first half off an assist by Jacob Hoover held up for Hillcrest in a 1-0 win over Skyline in boys soccer on Monday as the Knights (12-1-1, 6-0-1) remained unbeaten in conference play.
It looks like there may be a new team in this week’s 4A state football poll.
At Fairview, Ore., Idaho Falls High School junior Mitchell Athay broke the 16-minute barrier for the second time this season and led Tigers finishers in the Jim Danner Championship race Saturday at Nike Portland XC.
Ravsten Stadium added another shade of blue on Friday night.
RIGBY – The game was over. Had been for more than 30 minutes.
At Ashton, the North Fremont High School football team shut out Salmon 48-0 for a 2A District 6 victory to move its win streak to five.
At Journey’s End Golf Course, the Madison boys and Sugar-Salem girls cross-country teams claimed titles at the fifth annual Rob Campbell Invite.
At Rigby, Sidney Lance had a hat trick for the Thunder Ridge High School girls soccer team in a 6-0 win over the Trojans.
Those in attendance for Thursday's Bonneville-Hillcrest volleyball match were treated to the closest match between the District 93 rivals in five years.
The aptly named Emotion Bowl got its name for a reason.
At Pocatello, the Madison High School girls soccer team defeated Highland 5-1 in a contest between the top two teams in 5A District 5-6.
There are plenty of candidates for game of the week (excluding the Emotion Bowl) but let’s take a look at what’s going on in the Nuclear League.
Sugar-Salem head cross-country coach Brett Hill has built an impressive resume in his more than two decades of coaching high school cross-country in Idaho, but he experienced a rare first on Saturday.
The game to decide the top spot in 4A District 6 lived up to its billing Wednesday between the Bonneville and Skyline girls soccer teams.
At Thunder Ridge, Thunder Ridge scored early and often on the way to a 9-0 boys soccer win over Blackfoot on Tuesday.
There was disappointment for two area high schools on Tuesday after the board of directors for the Idaho High School Activities Association denied petitions for Idaho Falls and Shelley High in the reclassification process.
A lively gym made for an ideal setting for a crucial 5A District 5-6 volleyball match Tuesday at Thunder Ridge.
Sugar-Salem jumped back into the top spot in this week’s state media poll in Class 3A after Friday’s 56-0 win at Marsh Valley.
Watersprings High School senior Abigail Yadon now wears a brace on her left leg that goes from her thigh to above her ankle, but in many ways she is the Abigail her volleyball teammates and coaches remember.
At Hillcrest, the Idaho Falls girls soccer team trailed Hillcrest by a goal, but came back to tie the game before half and then pulled away in the second for a 3-1 victory.
At Boise, the Watersprings volleyball team won the 24-team Capital tournament on Saturday.
The upcoming Emotion Bowl between Idaho Falls and Skyline has a lot to live up to following Friday’s other intense rivalry, the Civil War game between Hillcrest and Bonneville.
The winning streak continues for Hillcrest over District 93 rival Bonneville in the Civil War football game.
After recovering a fumbled kickoff in front of his own bench, Idaho Falls senior linebacker Brennon Peck looked like he didn’t want to give up the ball.