At Ririe, Annalea Brown scored a game-high 25 points for the Teton High School girls basketball team in a 51-48 win at Ririe.
*all-conference teams are selected by coaches*
Most Valuable Player: Morgan Teichert, Sugar-Salem sr.
*All-conference teams are selected by coaches*
At Firth, Firth rallied in the final minute to defeat Aberdeen 43-42 in a girls basketball game on Tuesday night.
Madison senior Zach Martin will be continuing his golf career in the Evergreen State.
After experiencing success at the national level in his four years of high school cross-country, Thunder Ridge’s Stetson Moss will be joining a collegiate program that has climbed the national ranks in recent seasons.
At Skyline, the Grizzlies had plenty of scoring punch behind Mattie Olson (23 points) and Drew Chapman (17) to pull away from Madison 68-35 in a girls basketball game on Saturday.
POCATELLO — On this side of the Continental Divide, all rivers flow to the Mighty Pacific.
A month ago the Rigby football team may have been under the radar.
POCATELLO — At Sugar-Salem High School, 90 percent typically qualifies as “A” work.
MERIDIAN — The state's No. 1 5A scoring defense gave up more rushing yards than it had all season. The state's No. 1 5A scoring offense was held to the least amount of points since the last time it lost.
NAMPA — Be it statewide print or national television, Donavon Estrada received a lot of attention this week.
In McCall, McCall-Donnelly jumped out to an early lead on the way to a 23-12 win over North Fremont in a 2A state football semifinal.
Bonneville's Brooklyn Cunningham hasn't played in a Bees jersey since last December, but her enthusiasm is building.
It wasn’t long ago that Colton Reifschneider was ready to give up on running track.
Every football team begins the season with the goal of playing for a state championship. Only a few will get that chance if they survive this weekend’s semifinals. Here’s a look at the five District 6 teams vying for championship berths.
In March 2016, then eighth grader Annalise Brunson created a goal chart with the phrases 'I Will' on one side and 'So I Can' on the other.
The state football playoffs now enter the semifinal stage, with five District 6 teams remaining in the hunt for championships.
At the Boise City Aquatics Center, the Idaho Falls High School girls swim team placed third at the 4A swimming state championships for its third state trophy in as many seasons.
All conference teams are selected by coaches
All-conference teams are selected by coaches
RIGBY — It looked like a boxing match between two of the state's top 5A teams, with Rigby landing shots early and Eagle responding with punishing blows of its own.
At Blackfoot, the Blackfoot High School football team scored 42 unanswered points to defeat Minico 42-14 in Friday's quarterfinals and reach the 4A state semifinals for the first time since 2014.
At the Boise City Aquatics Center, nine individual swimmers and four relay teams from District 6 4A schools reached today's A finals of the Idaho high school swimming state championships.
ASHTON – Ten seconds into the second quarter, New Plymouth was an unstoppable offensive force.
POCATELLO – The Sugar-Salem football team took care of business early on Thursday night.
RIGBY – When coach Armando Gonzalez arrived in Rigby three years ago, the goal was to push the football program toward becoming a 5A state title contender.
all-conference teams are selected by coaches
Six District 6 teams will try to advance to the state semifinals this week.
The 2019 high school volleyball season concluded Wednesday with the annual District 6 Volleyball Senior All-Star Game at Hillcrest High School.
MVP: Browning Bennion, Sr., Sugar-Salem
From the beginning of the season, the members of the Thunder Ridge High School volleyball team were pursuing a historic accomplishment for their school.
POCATELLO — Idaho Falls head cross-country coach Alan McMurtrey was warned by his boys and girls teams entering Saturday’s 4A state championships that he was going to get wet.
East Idaho volleyball teams celebrated championships on Saturday, with five District 6 teams earning state titles and another finishing third and another team placing fourth.
POCATELLO--Saturday provided a familiar scene for the Sugar-Salem boys and girls and Salmon boys at the 3A and 2A cross-country championships, but it was sweet nonetheless.
After round one, it’s down to six area District 6 football teams alive in the playoffs.
At Post Falls, Madison and Thunder Ridge each went 2-0 to begin the 5A state volleyball tournament to clinch a meeting in today's semifinals at Post Falls High School.
At Watersprings, Murtaugh handed Clark-Watersprings a 32-20 loss in the first round of the 1A Division II playoffs.
POCATELLO – It’s hard to imagine what the Skyline football team would look like without senior quarterback Cruz Taylor.
BLACKFOOT — District 6 teams have won each of the last three of Idaho’s 4A state football championships.
POCATELLO — When Bear Lake couldn’t finish drives, string big plays together or even drain the clock late in the game, the Bears defense came through — all the way through the last play.
Playoff football is here so there are probably more than five storylines this week. Let's start by looking at how one defending state champion got its groove back.
The Idaho Falls High School boys cross-country team entered this season as two-time defending 4A state champion while the Idaho Falls girls team began the season with hopes of pursuing the program's first state title.
Volleyball state tournaments begin Friday across North Idaho. Here is a look at the eight teams who will represent District 6, and how they got to state.
After the initial celebrations of Bonneville’s three-set win over Timberline for the 2016 5A volleyball championship had passed, then Bonneville senior Kiley McMurtrey shared something with younger sister Alexis, then a freshman.
The final state media football poll was released Tuesday with little change as teams prepare for the first round of the playoffs.
Sites and times for the first round of the high school football playoffs have been finalized. Here’s the full schedule for area teams.
The football playoffs are here. Tickets were punched on Friday and some teams finished their seasons disappointed while others celebrated (looking at you Rigby).
At Blackfoot, the Watersprings volleyball team defeated Rockland in three sets to claim the 1A Division II District 5-6 championship.
At Brothers Park in Caldwell, the Idaho Falls High School boys soccer team defeated Moscow 4-0 to claim the third place trophy at the 4A soccer state tournament.
RIGBY — By the time 'We are the champions' finished blaring through the loud speakers and all of the postgame mingling and photo taking was wrapping up on the field, Rigby quarterback Keegan Thompson was already looking ahead.
At Malta, the Lost Rivers football team wrapped up the 1A Division I District 4-5-6 Snake River Conference title with a 36-16 win over Raft River in a battle of conference unbeatens.
The Hillcrest High School football team didn’t waste any time securing its trip to the 4A state playoffs.
For the second year in a row, the Sugar-Salem High School girls soccer team has reached the 3A soccer state championship game.