At Skyline, Jordan Perez scored on an inbounds play as the clock ticked down to lift the Bonneville High School boys basketball team past Skyline 53-50 in a dramatic 4A District 6 game on Wednesday night.
At Skyline, freshman Hadley Humphreys led a quartet of Blackfoot players in double figures in a 74-56 conference win over Skyline.
Ririe remained the No. 1 team in the Idaho Class 2A boys basketball media poll released Tuesday after a perfect week that included victories over South Fremont, Firth and Teton.
At Firth, Blake Oberhansley sank the game-winning shot at the buzzer to give the North Fremont High School boys basketball team a 52-50 conference win over Firth.
At Hillcrest, a second chance basket in the final 10 seconds sent the Skyline High School girls basketball team to a 57-56 conference win over Hillcrest to tighten the middle of the 4A District 6 standings.
At Ririe, the Ririe High School boys basketball team made 15 3-pointers in a 76-51 win over Firth to begin Nuclear Conference play.
The first quarter of a game might not always portend how a game is going to unfold, but Thursday’s 4A District 6 high school boys basketball matchup was the exception.
At Pocatello, the Rigby High School boys basketball team outlasted Highland 67-63 in three overtimes for a conference win.
Clinging to a one point lead with a little more than three minutes remaining in the game the Idaho Falls High School boys basketball team needed one play, one play to change the momentum versus rival Skyline.
The Ririe High School boys basketball team took over the No. 1 spot in the 2A ranks of the first boys basketball state media poll of 2019 released Tuesday.
At Hillcrest, Maycee Stenquist had a triple-double in a 75-40 conference win over Shelley.
At Rexburg, the Idaho Falls High School boys basketball team outlasted Idaho 5A No. 1 ranked Madison 63-58 in overtime to hand the Bobcats their first loss to an Idaho team this season.
At Logan, Utah, Idaho 5A boys basketball No. 1 Madison was handed its first loss of the season Thursday night, 66-57 to Skyview, Utah, in a game played on the campus of Utah State.
At Hillcrest, a 26-point third quarter propelled the Rigby High School boys basketball team to a win over former conference opponent Hillcrest.
At Moreland, senior Michael Ure had a block and a rebound that clinched a 54-52 win for the Ririe High School boys basketball team over Snake River in a battle of state ranked teams.
At Jerome, the Rigby High School girls basketball team had an impressive defensive showing in a 52-15 win over host team Jerome to win the Jerry Callen Memorial Girls Basketball Tournament on Friday afternoon.
USA Today released its selections Thursday for the annual All-USA Idaho Football Team and players from four District 6 schools were honored.
RIRIE — Michael Ure destroys your perception of what a contemporary high school basketball “big” should be.
At Skyline, four players finished with double-figure scoring for the Skyline High School girls basketball team in a nonconference win over Ridgevue.
RIGBY — In a standing room only Rigby High School gym, the top two ranked teams in Idaho's 5A boys basketball media poll met for a rivalry game.
At Idaho Falls, the Bonneville High School boys basketball team made 10 3-pointers and got double-figure scoring from four players in a 61-53 conference win over Idaho Falls.
At Mackay, two players finished with double-doubles for the Mackay High School girls basketball team in a 65-51 nonconference win over rival Butte County.
At Bonneville, the Bonneville High School boys basketball team stormed back in the fourth quarter to pick up a big conference win over Skyline, 57-49.
At St. Anthony, the South Fremont High School boys basketball team upset top-ranked 3A team Snake River, 54-50, in overtime.
Watch out: two of the best boys basketball teams are right here in east Idaho, according to this week’s state-wide media poll.
At Preston, the Rigby High School boys basketball team began the Preston Indian Classic Tournament with a 63-53 win over Kuna.
At Idaho Falls, the Idaho Falls High School boys basketball team fell 51-47 to Madison in a tight nonconference game.
There's something about Hillcrest's gym in Ammon — especially when District 93 rival Bonneville comes and visits.
At San Diego, Idaho Falls High School senior Zach Erikson concluded his high school cross-country career Saturday at the 40th annual Foot Locker National Championships at Balboa Park.
At Rexburg, the Madison High School boys basketball team held off a second half rally to get a 45-40 win over former conference opponent Hillcrest.
The first two weeks of the 2018-19 Idaho high school boys basketball season have come and gone. The Post Register looks at each classification in District 6 — including teams and players to watch this upcoming winter.
At Sugar City, the Ririe High School boys basketball team got 25 points from point guard Larz Sutton in a 61-51 win over Sugar-Salem.
At Ririe, Ririe High School senior Michael Ure’s 34 points was just one staggering stat from his team’s 76-67 nonconference win over South Fremont.
Boys basketball season is officially underway — and the first state-wide media poll is here.
At Boise, the Bonneville High School wrestling team concluded a 4-2 weekend at the Buck's Bags Duals and had two wrestlers go undefeated.
REXBURG — Madison boys basketball coach Travis Schwab was giddy following Saturday’s 20-point win over Mountain View — high-fiving, chatting and smiling to local fans, parents and referees well after the final whistle.
At Rexburg, Spencer Hathaway made the game-winning shot for the Madison High School boys basketball team in a 53-51 win over Borah.
POCATELLO — Ethan Burke stepped to the free-throw line with a chance to seal a win for Century.
At Hillcrest, the Hillcrest High School boys basketball team played Borah down to the wire during its season opener, leaning on three different double-digit scorers and eventually overcoming a 10-point deficit before falling 62-61.
At Idaho Falls, the Rigby High School boys basketball team edged Idaho Falls for a 52-49 nonconference win in the season opener for both teams.
At Idaho Falls, the Bonneville High School girls basketball team scored 26 points in the first quarter en route to a 57-30 conference win over the Tigers.
Three different seniors. Three different injuries. Three different stories.
At Preston, Kehari Harrigfeld scored 17 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead the Bonneville High School boys basketball team to a 66-55 win over North Sanpete (Utah) in the final game of the Preston tournament on Saturday.
At Rigby, the Idaho Falls High School boys basketball team extended its win streak to four with a 60-51 nonconference victory over Rigby on Wednesday.
CLASS 5A Team (1st place votes) W-L Pts Pvs 1. Borah (1) 5-1 35 1 2. Centennial (6) 4-0 32 NR 3. Madison 5-1 24 NR 4. Highland 4-2 15 T3 5. Post Falls 4-1 11 2 T5. Hillcrest (2) 5-0 11 NR Also receiving votes: Rocky Mountain 4, Boise 3
Firth’s Lucas Orme goes up for the shot against Teton’s Justin Wade during Tuesday night’s game at Firth High School. (Monte LaOrange / email@example.com)POST REGISTERAt Firth, Lucus Orme and Connor Burkhart led the way as the top-ranked Firth High School boys basketball team rolled…
At Blackfoot, Chaylen Perdash hit a game-winner with 2.7 seconds remaining to give Blackfoot its first win of the season.
Bonneville High School athlete Jaden Howell says, “If we took away high school sports, it would affect tons of kids and make high school a lot harder to get through.” (Pat Sutphin / firstname.lastname@example.org)
Three concussions in seven months forced Madison High School senior Michael Dredge to quit football this past season. (Pat Sutphin / email@example.com)By VICTOR FLORES firstname.lastname@example.orgWhen Bonneville Joint School District 93 looked for ways to trim the cost of its new high sc…
At Driggs, the Firth High School boys basketball team came back from as many as 18 points behind to hand Teton its first loss of the season, 52-49 on Friday night.
At Ammon, the Hillcrest High School boys basketball team got points from 12 players and scored at least 20 points in each of the first three quarters in a 82-53 nonconference win over Century on Thursday.
The Sugar-Salem High School boys basketball team had an efficient shooting night and pulled away late for a 62-50 nonconference win over Gooding on Wednesday in Sugar City.
Records as of Thursday, Dec. 9