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.
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.
Madison senior hitter Macie Gordon had no shortage of suitors when it came to playing college volleyball. Utah Valley, Eastern Oregon and Texas A & M all came calling but it was ultimately family ties and a feeling that won out when Gordon signed her letter of intent Wednesday to play at…
Bonneville’s Makayla Sorensen added to what has already been a banner senior year on Monday.
The entire Watersprings High School student body and some middle school students shared in a historic moment for the school Thursday afternoon in the gym.
Jenna and Jaycee Weathermon have experienced many ‘firsts’ this year, and the latest came Friday.
RIRIE--For the first time in recent memory, a Ririe High School athlete has signed with a college volleyball program.
Sadie Lott describes basketball and volleyball as her two loves.
As with player of the year, All-Area Volleyball Coach of the Year could have gone in multiple directions.
all-conference teams are selected by coaches
*all-conference teams are selected by coaches*
All-conference teams are selected by coaches
The 2019 high school volleyball season concluded Wednesday with the annual District 6 Volleyball Senior All-Star Game at Hillcrest High School.
From the beginning of the season, the members of the Thunder Ridge High School volleyball team were pursuing a historic accomplishment for their school.
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.
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.
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.
At Blackfoot, the Watersprings volleyball team defeated Rockland in three sets to claim the 1A Division II District 5-6 championship.
At Rexburg, the Madison volleyball team beat Thunder Ridge in five sets Thursday to win the 5A district VI-V tournament and clinch a top seed in next week's state tournament.
In the final home volleyball match for Bonneville seniors Makayla Sorensen, Alexis McMurtrey, Sadie Lott, Maddi Pettingill and Maely Harrigfeld, the Bees went out winners by extending an impressive streak.
At Targhee Village Golf Course in Alta, Wyo., the Sugar-Salem High School cross-country teams swept the girls and boys team titles Wednesday at the 3A District 6 championships with perfect scores.
At Bonneville High School, No. 1 seeded Bonneville and No. 2 seeded Skyline began the 4A District 6 volleyball tournament Tuesday with wins to reach tonight's semifinals.
The Idaho Falls High School volleyball team snapped a skid versus its District 91 rival and secured its seeding for the 4A District 6 tournament all in one night Thursday.
At Blackfoot, Skyline scored the game-winner in double overtime to keep their season alive with a 2-1 win over Blackfoot in the 4A District 6 boys soccer tournament.
For the fourth year in a row, the Madison High School girls soccer team are 5A District 5-6 champions.
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 Sugar City, five different players scored for the Sugar-Salem High School boys soccer team in a 5-0 conference win over South Fremont in the regular season finale for both teams.
At Rexburg, the Bonneville High School volleyball team went 8-0 in two days to win the inaugural ‘Battle of the Best’ seven-team tournament at Madison.
At Rigby, the Rigby High School boys soccer team edged Madison 1-0 to add to an already tight race for 5A District 5-6 tournament seeds.
At Bonneville, the Idaho Falls High School girls soccer team continued their best season in recent memory with a 2-1 win over Bonneville.
At Watersprings, the Watersprings High School volleyball team remained undefeated with three-set wins over conference opponents Rockland and Grace Lutheran.
At Rigby, Sidney Lance had a hat trick for the Thunder Ridge High School girls soccer team in a 6-0 win over the Trojans.
Those in attendance for Thursday's Bonneville-Hillcrest volleyball match were treated to the closest match between the District 93 rivals in five years.
At Thunder Ridge, Thunder Ridge scored early and often on the way to a 9-0 boys soccer win over Blackfoot on Tuesday.
A lively gym made for an ideal setting for a crucial 5A District 5-6 volleyball match Tuesday at Thunder Ridge.
Watersprings High School senior Abigail Yadon now wears a brace on her left leg that goes from her thigh to above her ankle, but in many ways she is the Abigail her volleyball teammates and coaches remember.
At Hillcrest, the Idaho Falls girls soccer team trailed Hillcrest by a goal, but came back to tie the game before half and then pulled away in the second for a 3-1 victory.
At Boise, the Watersprings volleyball team won the 24-team Capital tournament on Saturday.
Bonneville’s Alivia Johnson has had quite the high school cross-country debut thus far.
At Shelley, seven players scored for the Skyline girls soccer team in a 9-0 conference shutout win over the Russets.
At the Idaho Falls Soccer Complex, two freshmen scored for the Bonneville High School girls soccer team Wednesday in a 5-1 win over Idaho Falls in a battle of conference unbeatens.
At Bonneville, the Thunder Ridge High School volleyball team defeated Bonneville 10-25, 25-23, 25-17, 25-21 for a nonconference win.
At Skyline, the Watersprings High School volleyball team completed a long day of volleyball by winning the annual Skyline Classic tournament.
At Bonneville, the Bonneville High School volleyball team defeated Idaho’s top two 5A volleyball teams from last season for a pair of nonconference wins.
Skyline has had the edge in the Skyline-Idaho Falls volleyball series recently, and Thursday the streak continued.
At Twin Falls, senior Abigail Yadon made her return to Watersprings volleyball with 16 kills and nine digs in a 25-20, 25-21, 25-19 nonconference sweep of Lighthouse Christian.
At Bonneville, four freshmen accounted for 12 of Bonneville’s goals in a 14-0 girls soccer conference win over Shelley.
Their earliest memories of the Idaho Falls High School gym are lighthearted, to say the least, for sisters Kaitlyn Zarpentine and Kiarra Johnson.
The eastern Idaho volleyball pipeline to Wyoming continued Friday by way of Skyline.
The Post Register's 2018-19 All-Area Girls Basketball Player of the Year has made her decision regarding her athletic future and more importantly, which sport she will play.
Idaho Falls High School has hired 2012 graduate Kaitlyn Zarpentine to be its new volleyball program director and varsity head coach.