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.
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.
A 5-0 start helped the Bonneville High School girls basketball team move up in the 4A ranks of the latest Idaho girls basketball state media poll.
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.
RIRIE — Defending 2A girls basketball state champion Soda Springs has left much of Idaho in its wake since last winter, and the latest to fall to the Cardinals was a particularly familiar opponent.
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.
At Rexburg, Spencer Hathaway made the game-winning shot for the Madison High School boys basketball team in a 53-51 win over Borah.
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.
RIRIE — Ririe High School senior point guard Maddie Johnson knew before finishing the 2017 2A District 6 cross-country championship girls race that something was wrong.
At Montpelier, Sara Boone had 15 points and made three of the Ririe High School girls basketball team's seven 3-pointers in a 53-25 nonconference road win over Bear Lake.
At Terreton, senior Jordi Holdaway had 26 points and 13 rebounds in the West Jefferson High School girls basketball team’s 50-38 nonconference win over Malad.
At Driggs, the Ririe High School girls basketball team scored 30 points in the middle two quarters made and seven 3-pointers Thursday en route to a 59-34 win over Teton.
At Bonneville, three players finished with double-figure scoring totals in the Bonneville High School girls basketball team’s 59-19 conference win over Shelley.
At Ririe, the Snake River High School girls basketball team began its season with a nonconference win over Ririe.
At Green River, Wyo., Hillcrest finished the Flaming Gorge tournament with a dominating 64-18 win over Riverton (Wyo).
At Richfield, Butte County battled for four quarters but ultimately dropped a nonconference game 53-49 to the defending 1A Division II state champions.
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POST REGISTERAt Driggs, the Teton High School girls basketball team continued its dominance of 2A’s elite with a 58-41 win over Ririe on Tuesday.Teton has beaten defending 2014-15 2A state champion Soda Springs 45-39 and 65-43 in the past three weeks. Ririe was the 2A state runner-up last ye…
The Hillcrest High School girls basketball team rode a big second half to a 60-45 win over Madison on Saturday in Rexburg to remain undefeated.
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 St. Anthony, South Fremont built an 11-5 lead after the first quarter and held on for a 34-27 nonconference win.
Lindsay Cook poured in 33 points in three quarters and the Hillcrest High School girls basketball team rolled to a 76-39 win over Skyline on Wednesday in Ammon.
REXBURG — There was familiarity to go around in Madison High School’s gym on Wednesday.
The Teton High School girls basketball improved on its earlier win over defending 2A state champion Soda Springs, dominating the second half and rolling to a 65-43 win Tuesday in Driggs.
At Blackfoot, the Skyline High School girls basketball team closed out a tight game for a 45-40 nonconference win over Blackfoot on Saturday night.
At Arco, the Butte County High School girls basketball team overcame a 18-11 halftime deficit and poured in 24 points in the fourth quarter to hand West Jefferson its first loss of the season, 50-47 on Friday.
After three seasons and change, the Watersprings High School girls basketball team earned its first win in school history.
New coaches could make for parity in 5A District 5-6, familiar foes could face each other in 4A District 5-6, a higher bar has been set for 3A District 6, the always intense 2A Nuclear Conference might be more unpredictable and multiple area 1A teams could be considered the favorites in thei…
The Skyline High School girls basketball team got its first win under first-year coach Ty Keck, pulling away in the fourth quarter for a 47-41 nonconference victory Tuesday in Pocatello.
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The North Fremont High School girls basketball team rode a big second quarter to a 55-36 nonconference win over Challis on Saturday in Ashton.
At Rigby, junior Cadee Berrett had a game-high 22 points to send Bonneville past Rigby 47-36 for a nonconference win Friday night.
At Sugar City, Addi Gehmlich scored three points in the final 30 seconds to lift the Sugar-Salem High School girls basketball team to a 50-47 nonconference victory over Marsh Valley on Thursday night.
At Shelley, Hannah Hanson hit 1 of 2 foul shots with two seconds left and the Shelley High School girls basketball team beat Snake River 51-50 in a nonconference game Tuesday.
The Idaho Falls High School girls basketball team began the Dallan Parker era with a 49-42 come-from behind win over 4A powerhouse Twin Falls on Wednesday thanks to big nights from Hadley Hersh and Sara Andreason.
At Skyline, Canyon Ridge avoided overtime in the final 38 seconds to hand the Skyline High School girls a 55-51 loss on Saturday.
At Hillcrest, eight players scored and four had double figures for the Hillcrest High School girls basketball team in a season opening 69-31 nonconference win over Pocatello.
Ririe senior and Westminster signee Sicilee Williams is the Post Register’s 2015 All-Area Girls Basketball Player of the Year. Pat Sutphin / firstname.lastname@example.org
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Crystal Dayley, Sugar-Salem High School After taking over as head coach at her alma mater three years ago, Crystal Dayley said restoring Sugar-Salem’s winning tradition was one of her first goals.
Madison Brown, center, reacts to Ririe’s loss in the 2A girls basketball state championship game against Soda Springs in Nampa, Idaho, on Saturday, Feb. 21, 2015. Soda Springs won 53-43. (AP Photo/Otto Kitsinger)
Willy Harris / www.steveconnerphotography.com Ririe players celebrate after their 46-35 win over Nuclear Conference rival Firth in the 2A girls state basketball semifinal game Friday at Bishop Kelly High School. Willy Harris / steveconnerphotography.com
At Nampa High School, Cheyan James hit 9 of 14 shots from the field and scored a game-high 21 points to power the Mackay High School girls basketball team to a 47-26 victory over Tri-Valley in the opening round of the 1A Division 2 state basketball tournament Thursday.
BOISE — Playing in the second 2A girls state basketball tournament of her career, Ririe High School sophomore Haddi Williams took her team’s fate into her own hands in the second half of Thursday’s opening-round game.
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Shelley High School’s Kallie Brown eyes a shot during the Russets’ 46-32 win over Marsh Valley during the first round of the 3A girls state basketball tournament Thursday at Skyview High School. Kelly Magee / steveconnerphotography.com
Hillcrest High School’s Lindsay Cook looks for an opening around Mountain View’s Devenee Villareal during Thursday’s 5A high school girls state basketball tournament first-round game at The Ford Idaho Center in Nampa. Steve Conner / www.steveconnerphotography.com