Carnations and quarterbacks. Daffodils and defensive ends. Lilies and linebackers.
REXBURG – The Short Go of the Idaho State High School Rodeo Finals was moved from Blackfoot to Rexburg Friday morning due to muddy conditions at the Eastern Idaho State Fairgrounds, but the event didn't miss a beat as state champions were crowned and the team was assembled for the National H…
BLACKFOOT – The story of the 2020 Idaho High School State Rodeo Finals is turning into the Riley Barber show and how he has handled not only the pressure of the State Finals, but he has handled the weather and conditions like a pro. The Firth High School sophomore, who also plays football an…
BLACKFOOT – With Wednesday morning’s performance, the Idaho State High School Rodeo Finals reached the midway point of the 2020 run to a State Championship for hundreds of young cowboys and cowgirls.
ST. ANTHONY – South Fremont’s Tristan Olson had no shortage of options when it came to playing college sports. Idaho State, the University of Idaho, Montana Tech, Eastern Oregon, Carol College, Pacific Lutheran University, College of Idaho, Puget Sound and the University of Northern Wisconsi…
BLACKFOOT – Questions were answered and an official green light was given Monday for the Idaho High School Rodeo Finals in Blackfoot.
BLACKFOOT – The Idaho State High School Rodeo Finals will bring its week-long series of performances to the Eastern Idaho State Fairgrounds in Blackfoot.
POCATELLO — Bannock County commissioners voted Tuesday not to allow the Idaho High School Rodeo Association to hold its state championships at the Bannock County Event Center in mid-June, according to Bannock County Commissioner Terrel Tovey.
The National Wrestling Hall of Fame selected South Fremont’s Sawyer Hobbs as the Idaho Dave Schultz High School Excellence Award winner earlier this month, making him the first South Fremont wrestler to win the award.
Smith named assistant at ISU
POCATELLO — The Idaho High School Rodeo Association Championships will be hosted from June 13 through June 20 at the Bannock County Event Center as originally planned, despite the COVID-19 crisis, the county announced Friday.
As a two-time state wrestling medalist, South Fremont’s Cesar Tavarez figured he would pursue the sport at the collegiate level.
Players of the Year by sport
The Post Register’s second annual Sports Stars Awards had a different look Wednesday night as area high school athletes were honored during a virtual Facebook live ceremony.
Ellie Miller has been one of the top players on North Fremont’s girls basketball team for the past three seasons and now she’s moving on to the next level.
Shaun Messick has been named the new head girls basketball coach at Bonneville High School.
Skyline soccer player Emily Stuart signed to play at North Idaho College in Coeur d'Alene and plans on studying environmental science.
Kenneth Copley, one of the top athletes in a loaded Sugar-Salem senior class, signed a letter of intent to wrestle at NAIA Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Prescott, Arizona.
Wrestling coaches from the High Country Conference selected all-conference teams for 2019-2020.
Three Thunder Ridge High School seniors signed national letters of intent April 21 outside of the high school.
Skyline’s Aubrey Hazekamp will be continuing her volleyball career in Ontario, Ore., next year.
West Jefferson's Sage Wood will be exchanging blue for purple as she continues her running career.
After a nation-spanning coaching career, returning to Idaho is a homecoming for Blackfoot’s new football coach.
This was the year they wanted to be at their best.
Disappointment, despair, and sadness. That's the overriding sentiment among area seniors whose careers were cut short due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are a few of their stories.
Editor’s note: The Post Register will be honoring spring senior athletes next week. Any suggestions for stories, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
COVID-19 attempted to throw a wrench into the recruiting process, but Rigby's Ruby Murdoch has chosen where she will continue her basketball career.
Bill Hawkins, former Madison High boys basketball coach, will be inducted into the Idaho High School Activities Association’s Hall of Fame.
Mid-April is typically the time of year high school baseball and softball programs are deep into conference play, with the top teams and players starting to emerge for a postseason push.
Region and national tournaments have been canceled
With a calm and efficient first round pin over Weiser's Rylee Willet at the Ford Idaho Center on February 29, Sawyer Hobbs cemented his legacy as one of the best prep wrestlers in eastern Idaho history.
Traditionally, anything can happen in a matchup of two heavyweights.
Feeling low? Need an emotional kick.
Lightweight of the Year: Kohl Nielson (56-4), 132, North Fremont.
Cordingley was eight pounds light when he climbed on the scales at the Ford Idaho Center in Nampa for the state tournament.
While his Cougar's finished fourth in 2019, it was a strong fourth to be sure.
Bonneville senior Sadie Lott concluded her high school basketball career with another honor.
The high school spring sports season remains in limbo due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
This season’s all-area coach of the year selection could have gone several ways.
Most days Britton Berrett can be found shooting around on his hoop at home or practicing down at the local church. His father Jeremie typically joins along.
2019-20 All-Area Boys Basketball Team
Major League Baseball’s Opening Day came and went Thursday with ballparks empty and fans forced to follow their beloved teams by watching old broadcasts replayed online or on television.
From the moment she was introduced to track, Hannah Fish was drawn to sprints.
Boys basketball coaches are asked to submit final season stats, including scoring, rebounds, FG shooting, 3-point shooting, FT shooting, assists, steals and blocks. Please email to email@example.com by noon on March 21.
The Idaho High School Activities Association on Monday took the unprecedented step of suspending spring sports throughout the state for three weeks beginning Tuesday and running through April 5 due to the spread of the coronavirus.
Ryan Erikson knew there was something special at Bonneville upon his hire as head coach last year when he watched film on the Bees and got to know their nine seniors.
Well before a memorable senior year officially began for her, Bonneville’s Sadie Lott was maintaining a business-like approach to summer basketball.
At Hurricane, Utah, defending state 4A champion Bonneville opened its baseball season on Saturday, finishing 2-1 over the weekend at the Southern Utah tournament.
At Hillcrest, the Madison baseball team broke open a close game with eight runs in the fifth inning on the way to a 12-9 win over Hillcrest on Friday
4A/5A Boys Basketball All-Conference
All-conference teams are selected by coaches
All-conference teams are selected by coaches
The District 6 Senior Showcase had a little bit of everything on Wednesday night, with 1A -3A boys and girls teams battling it out at Bonneville High. There was a 3-point shooting contest and dunk competition and a spirited game between 4A-5A boys and girls teams.
At Twin Falls, the Madison baseball team swept a doubleheader against Canyon Ridge on Tuesday, earning 2-0 and 7-1 victories.