The Idaho all-state soccer teams are chosen by the Idaho High School Soccer Coaches Association (IHSSCA) and United Soccer Coaches (USC).
The Blackfoot boys soccer team was already having a strong season.
Not a cloud hung in the sky after one of Blackfoot’s first-regular season wins of the season, a September victory over Hillcrest in Idaho Falls. Head coach Liam Pope wore a grin while he teased his players, who pulled on warmup gear and prepared to return home. The mood was light for the Bro…
Temperatures turned bitter and wind threatened to level the treatment tent on the sideline of Friday’s 4A state semifinal between Blackfoot and Canyon Ridge.
The Thunder Ridge boys soccer team rolled over Rocky Mountain 7-2 in a 5A semifinal, but inclement weather caused the championship match, originally scheduled for Saturday, to be moved to Tuesday as the other semifinal between Boise and Eagle was postponed. Thunder Ridge coach Corey Toldson …
The 4A Idaho State boys Soccer Tournament kicked off in a big way on Thursday with four matches. The marquee matchup was the two-time defending state champion Caldwell Cougars playing a 14-1 Blackfoot team.
At Bonneville, the Bees' volleyball team captured the 4A District 6 tournament title with a 23-25, 25-18, 25-10, 25-17 win over Shelley in Thursday's championship match.
The area’s top cross country runners compete Wednesday in their respective district meets.
BLACKFOOT — There was a high school girls soccer game on Saturday — a big one, too. Sugar-Salem knocked off American Falls 4-1 in a state play-in game to earn a bid to the 3A state tournament. With about 15 minutes remaining, as the majority of the crowd sprinted on the pitch, most of them f…
Madison’s boys soccer team is headed to state after taking out Highland 3-1 Saturday. Though the game was tied for most of the first half and a good portion of the second, it was never terribly close.
As his team feverishly whisked on beanies, jackets and sweatpants, Mark Muzzo did a lap around his team’s bench and met their somber faces with a message.
At Bonneville, the Bees secured a spot at the 4A state tournament play-in game with a 12-0 win district tournament over Shelley.
BLACKFOOT – The Blackfoot boys’ soccer team used its strong defense and some timely scoring to defeat Hillcrest 3-1 on Wednesday to win the 4A District 6 title and secure a berth in the state tournament.
The four seniors on Sugar-Salem’s boys’ soccer team don’t know what it’s like to lose a district championship. The Diggers won their fourth straight title Wednesday, winning 1-0 over Teton in Driggs after falling 2-1 to Teton in their game with the Timberwolves last week.
At Rigby, Thunder Ridge girls soccer junior Sophie Mangum recorded a game-winning goal in overtime on a free kick, sending the Titans on in the loser's bracket of the 5A District 5-6 girls soccer tournament.
At Blackfoot, the 4A District 6 boys soccer tournament got underway on Monday under cloudy skies and blustery winds that made play difficult for Blackfoot and Shelley.
Here are the results from Saturday's District 6 soccer tournaments
At Hillcrest, Skyline took a 1-0 advantage into the half, but Johan Gaytan-Hernandez tied the game on an assist from Benson Bateman and Thomas Endsley netted the eventual 2-1 game winner for the Hillcrest boys soccer team on Wednesday..
Amy Feik can still remember the gloomier days, the months after she became Bonneville’s girls soccer coach in 2016, when the Bees could only muster a few wins per season. That was the standard at the time, and though she was brought aboard to raise it, the process took time to develop.
At Shelley, Blackfoot boys soccer got hat tricks from two different players, easing past Shelley for a 9-2 road win.
At Idaho Falls, the Idaho Falls girls soccer team defeated Skyline 3-0 on Monday night, earning the program's first win over the Grizzlies in 11 years.
At Blackfoot, the Preston boys and girls cross country squads won the team titles at the Snake River Invitational meet.
The Thunder Ridge volleyball team posted a 10-1 record over the weekend, winning the Triple Threat Tournament with a victory over Eagle in the championship match on Saturday.
At Madison, the Thunder Ridge girls soccer team defeated Madison 1-0 to hand the Bobcats their first High Country Conference loss since 2015, according to coach Jason Lance.
At Thunder Ridge, Paige Clark had 21 kills and Kendel Hone added 14 as the Thunder Ridge volleyball team held off Rigby 3-2 on Tuesday.
The Idaho Falls boys soccer team has made a smooth transition to 5A, entering the week 4-0-0 in conference play and 7-2 overall prior to Tuesday’s matchup with Thunder Ridge.
At Blackfoot, Ali Ellsworth scored two goals as the Bonneville girls soccer team downed Blackfoot 4-0 on Monday.
Blackfoot’s Frankie Garcia has been nearly unstoppable since returning from injury
Eight minutes had passed in the second half of Blackfoot’s road date with Hillcrest Wednesday afternoon when Blackfoot forward Frankie Garcia got tangled with a Hillcrest player and fell to the ground.
The Bonneville volleyball team remained unbeaten, downing Highland 3-0 and taking down defending 5A state champion Thunder Ridge 3-1 on Tuesday.
At Rexburg, Frankie Garcia scored twice and Dominic Sanchez added a goal as the Blackfoot boys soccer team improved to 4-0-0 with a 3-1 win Thursday at Madison.
The Hillcrest boys soccer team picked up its first win of the season Monday, downing Idaho Falls 4-1.
At Pocatello, Madyson Gasser and Brooklyn Pett each scored for Bonneville and Reagan Flynn scored the game winner from distance off a Pett pass as the Bees defeated Pocatello 3-2 in a girls soccer match on Saturday.
At Thunder Ridge, the Thunder Ridge girls soccer team opened the season with a 2-1 win over Shelley on Thursday. Willow Hurley scored in the third minute off an assist from Kelcie Peterson, and Olivia Christensen netted the game-winner unassisted in the 77th minute.
At Blackfoot, Frankie Garcia scored both goals for Blackfoot (2-1-0) in Wednesday's 2-1 boys soccer victory over Idaho Falls, and has scored all three of Blackfoot's goals this season.
At Idaho Falls Soccer Complex, Idaho Falls and Bonneville tied 2-2 Monday evening in a girls soccer match.
At Idaho Falls Soccer Complex, after a slow start, the Idaho Falls boys soccer team closed the first half with a four-goal advantage and finished off with a 10-0 shutout of the Russets as Junior Soto scored four goals and Jackson Hague and Corey Bidstrup each found the net twice.
Ryan Cook has spent a lot of time around the Idaho Falls High School boys soccer program. So he’s encountered just about every preseason scenario.
Three Thunder Ridge High School seniors signed national letters of intent April 21 outside of the high school.
The goal of any team is to be playing well at the end of the season. No area boys soccer team played better down the stretch than Idaho Falls.
Jerry Lopez describes himself as a simple player.
Hillcrest High School’s Ben Nelson and Jaxon Keller have been soccer teammates since middle school.
*all-conference teams are selected by coaches*
all-conference teams are selected by coaches
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.
For the second year in a row, the Sugar-Salem High School girls soccer team has reached the 3A soccer state championship game.
At Brothers Park in Caldwell, the Idaho Falls High School boys soccer team outlasted Twin Falls 3-2 in overtime on the first day of the 4A soccer state tournament to reach today's semifinals. This is the first time since 2007 that the Tigers have reached the winner's bracket at state soccer.
Here's a look at the teams that will represent District 6 at the state soccer championships.
At Hillcrest, Johan Gaytan-Hernandez scored two goals and recorded an assist for the Hillcrest High School boys soccer team in a 5-0 win over Skyline that sent the Knights to the 4A state tournament.
Naomi Smalls musically argues “every day is leg day.”
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.
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.
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.
At Blackfoot, the Blackfoot High School boys soccer team began the 4A District 6 tournament with a 3-0 win over Bonneville.