After three trips to the 5A volleyball state tournament and two third place trophies in her first four seasons as head coach, Meranda Maestas’ Bobcats claimed the elusive blue trophy in October at Ridgevue High School in Nampa.

Players from 22 schools around District 6 participated in Thursday’s annual District 6 Senior All-Star Game at Idaho Falls High School, officially closing the curtain on the 2018 high school volleyball season.

The 2018 high school volleyball season officially comes to an end tonight with the annual District 6 Senior All-Star Game at Idaho Falls High School.

At Mountain View High School in Meridian, the Sugar-Salem High School volleyball team lost to Filer in four sets — 25-23, 24-26, 25-20, 25-14 — to finish second in the 3A state tournament.

Before beginning Tuesday’s practice, Bonneville High School head volleyball coach Chantal McMurtrey shared a few words with the Bees.

At Parma, the Sugar-Salem High School football team routed Parma 79-3 to end the regular season 7-1. Their 79 points were the most scored by the Diggers in a single game since a 72-36 win over Malad in 2013.

At Rexburg, a three-set victory over Rigby gave the Madison High School volleyball team the 5A District 5-6 championship and a spot in next week’s 5A state tournament.

When your 4A District 6 bracket is headlined by the 2-time defending 5A state champs, it is understood everyone else is playing for silver. Not that the Hillcrest Knights weren’t playing to win Thursday.

At St. Anthony, the Sugar-Salem High School volleyball team beat South Fremont in an intense, back-and-forth, five-set match to win the 3A Mountain Rivers district championship.

At Blackfoot, the Teton High School girls soccer team defeated American Falls on penalty kicks in a 3A girls soccer state play-in game to advance to the 3A state tournament.

The cheers from the players in blue and white jerseys Thursday night in the Idaho Falls High School gym was nearly drowned out by the blue clad spectators.