All conference selections are voted on by coaches.
The fight was on, but Sawyer Hobbs was out.
Destin Summers is a big-picture kind of wrestler.
When Riggen Cordingley looks over an opposing wrestling roster, he doesn’t look at weights.
There’s a new Goliath on the block, and he wrestles for Sugar-Salem High School.
The last time someone coached the Sugar-Salem Diggers to three straight state wrestling titles, they named a tournament after him.
Several area wrestlers competed for Idaho in a dual match against Utah this past weekend, with Utah coming out with a 30-29 victory. In the girls competition, Utah defeated Idaho 33-12, with Idaho Falls’ Brigid Shannon pinning her opponent in the 135-pound match.
POCATELLO — Following the final consolation round Saturday, Sugar-Salem head wrestling coach Keven Glider found Snake River head wrestling coach Jeff Gardner for a championship chat.
POCATELLO — It was a big day for area wrestlers on Saturday as state champions were crowned at Holt Arena.
POCATELLO — Ririe High School may need to add another trophy case just for its wrestling program.
POCATELLO — In almost every wrestling room, there is a wall of champions.
POCATELLO — There’s plenty to talk about when it comes to the Thunder Ridge wrestling team.
POCATELLO — When you dabble in the kinds of state title runs put together by Sugar-Salem and Ririe, folks start throwing around various D-words.
The 3A state wrestling championships have been chalk full of trophies for eastern Idaho teams in recent seasons.
At Timberline High School, Allie Cannon hit five 3-pointers and scored a game-high 21 points to help propel the Blackfoot girls basketball team to a 64-51 win over Mountain Home and a berth in today’s 4A state consolation championship game.
At Rexburg, second-seeded Rigby avenged two regular-season losses to rival Madison, defeating the No. 1 Bobcats 54-44 in 5A District 5-6 tournament game on Thursday night. With the win, Rigby (19-4) earned a trip to the state tournament. Madison (20-3) drops to the loser’s bracket and will h…
At Skyline, No. 1 seeded Idaho Falls pulled away in the second half with a balanced offensive effort to defeat Bonneville 55-44 to reach Saturday’s 4A District 6 championship game.
In the fight for 4A District 6 wrestling titles Wednesday, Bonneville won the battles, but Blackfoot won the war.
Brigid Shannon doesn’t think of herself as a pioneer, but the Idaho Falls High junior may one day be credited with helping transform the sport of wrestling in eastern Idaho.
At Hillcrest, the Blackfoot girls basketball team needed overtime to knock off top-seeded Bonneville on Tuesday night in the 4A District 6 tournament, downing the Bees 48-45. Blackfoot plays Skyline on Thursday in another elimination game.
At Bonneville, the Bonneville High School girls basketball team made nine 3-pointers in a nonconference win over former conference opponent Madison to end the regular season 21-0.
At Rexburg, the Madison and Bonneville boys basketball teams combined for 140 points and 18 3-pointers in the Bobcats’ 81-59 victory over Bonneville.
At Blackfoot, free throws helped the Bonneville High School girls basketball team finish off a 47-43 win over Blackfoot on Tuesday to grab the No. 1 seed for the 4A District 6 tournament.
Any fireworks show worth its salt has a grand finale.
It wasn’t officially a state championship match, but for Snake River senior Destin Summers, Saturday’s Tiger-Grizz championship match came close.
Although weather changed the weekend plans for a handful of schools, the show went on as scheduled Friday at Skyline High School as 32 of 36 teams opened the 2019 Tiger-Grizz Wrestling Invitational.
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 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.
REXBURG — Blackfoot and the stack go together like stink and bowling shoes.
At Sugar City, the Sugar-Salem High School girls basketball team overcame some jitters and a slow start shooting for a 60-43 conference win over Teton.
At Hillcrest, Maycee Stenquist had a triple-double in a 75-40 conference win over Shelley.
Olympians, state championships, dynasties, firsts and droughts ended.
If you chew people out and nothing changes, you’re just a jerk.
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 Boise, the Bonneville High School wrestling team concluded a 4-2 weekend at the Buck's Bags Duals and had two wrestlers go undefeated.
The Ririe High School wrestling team won four individual titles and placed second to the hosts at the annual Malad Invitational on Saturday.
Taite Martin, of Bonneville, tries to pin Mountain Home junior Zach Slack in the 7th match of the 21st annual High Country Conference Wrestling Tournament on Saturday at Bonneville High School. Martin defeated Slackby a 10-5 decision. Pat Sutphin / email@example.com
BONNEVILLE 48, MINICO 23
SNAKE RIVER 42, SUGAR-SALEM 33 98: Destin Summers (SR) dec Caleb Norman, 12-5; 106: Logan Tingey (SS) by forfeit; 113: Sway Cook (SR) pin Hunter Galbraith; 120: Jon Van Der Lieth (SR) pin Gabe Flores (SS); 126: Seth Price (SS) pin Andrew (Rev) Cook; 132: Tayson Nilsson (SR) pin Trayven Maupi…
At Arimo, the Ririe High School wrestling team had six individual winners at the 21-team Marsh Valley Tournament on Saturday.
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Skyline sophomore Zeus Venegas, left, tries to escape from Century senior Jeremiah Ditton during their 182 pound bout Wednesday at Skyline High School. Venegas pinned Ditton to win the bout. Pat Sutphin / email@example.com
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Skyline’s Kade Lincoln is the Post Register’s Lightweight Wrestler of the Year. Pat Sutphin / email@example.com
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Snake River’s Treyton Nilsson is the Post Register’s 2015 All-Area Wrestler of the Year. Pat Sutphin / email@example.com
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