At Firth, Firth rallied in the final minute to defeat Aberdeen 43-42 in a girls basketball game on Tuesday night.
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A month ago the Rigby football team may have been under the radar.
POCATELLO — At Sugar-Salem High School, 90 percent typically qualifies as “A” work.
MERIDIAN — The state's No. 1 5A scoring defense gave up more rushing yards than it had all season. The state's No. 1 5A scoring offense was held to the least amount of points since the last time it lost.
NAMPA — Be it statewide print or national television, Donavon Estrada received a lot of attention this week.
In McCall, McCall-Donnelly jumped out to an early lead on the way to a 23-12 win over North Fremont in a 2A state football semifinal.
Bonneville's Brooklyn Cunningham hasn't played in a Bees jersey since last December, but her enthusiasm is building.
It wasn’t long ago that Colton Reifschneider was ready to give up on running track.
Idaho State travels to Brigham Young University on Saturday to take on the Cougars in the Bengals’ second of two “money games” against FBS teams this year. With time winding down on their season, here are three keys to the game for Idaho State, as well as three players to watch for each team.
BOISE — Jaylon Henderson arrived at Boise State in January 2018 unsure of what the future would look like. He had already been at two different schools the past two years, and was ready to experience big time college football.
BOISE — Boise State’s much-maligned offensive line was the subject of the question that warmed up coach Bryan Harsin for his lengthy rant about social media criticism Monday.
POCATELLO — Sixty-thousand screaming fans may provide the charge that the Idaho State football team is looking for as the Bengals start to wrap up their season.
With just two regular-season matches left in her collegiate career, Bonneville graduate Haylie Keck is playing some of her best volleyball for the Idaho State Bengals.
POCATELLO — Idaho State's 2019 home schedule ended with a whimper Saturday, as the Bengals lost 48-5 to Eastern Washington at Holt Arena.
BOISE — The greatest Boise State women’s soccer player of all-time got her moment after all.
BRUSSELS (AP) — Struggling with results on the track, the French athletics federation is facing yet another doping controversy after middle-distance runner Ophelie Claude-Boxberger tested positive for EPO before the world championships.
TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — Steven Stamkos celebrated another milestone in a stellar career with grace and humility.
SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — Connor McDavid dominated the way he usually does and got plenty of help from his Edmonton teammates.
Brandon Dickson, the U.S. closer who blew a ninth-inning lead, threw his last major league pitch in 2012. Caleb Thielbar, who gave up the game-winning hit in the 10th, threw his last big league pitch in 2015.
The closest that an American woman has ever come to winning the overall World Cup luge championship was in 1992, when Cammy Myler finished second to Germany's Susi Erdmann by a single point in a chase that was decided by less than one-tenth of a second.
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Carmelo Anthony had accepted the possibility that his NBA career might be over.
Minor League Baseball announced on Thursday the continued long-term commitment to and celebration of its U.S. Hispanic fans and communities through the unveiling of its 2020 Copa de la Diversión (Fun Cup) campaign and event series.
The Pioneer League North championship is still on hold.
Rain wreaked havoc on Melaleuca Field on Tuesday night, causing the suspension of the Pioneer League North Division championship game between the Idaho Falls Chukars and Billings Mustangs.
At Melaleuca Field, the Billings Mustangs forced a third and deciding Pioneer League playoff game with the Chukars, evening the best-of-three series at one game apiece on Monday night with a 4-3 victory.
At Melaleuca Field, Bryar Johnson struck out eight in seven innings and the bullpen did the rest as the Idaho Falls Chukars shut out the Great Falls Voyagers 7-0 on Saturday night.
At Melaleuca Field, the Idaho Falls Chukars were held to just one run and five hits on Friday night, falling to the Great Falls Voyagers 4-1.
At Melaleuca Field, for the second night in a row, the Idaho Falls Chukars routed the Great Falls Voyagers.
At Melaleuca Field, Rhett Aplin hit a walk-off single with two out in the 10th inning on Wednesday night, lifting the Idaho Falls Chukars to a 2-1 victory over Great Falls.
Idaho Falls Bandits coach Ryan Alexander describes his team as a group of players that don’t like to lose.
At Lewiston, the Idaho Falls Bandits made team history on Sunday, winning the American Legion Northwest regional title and earning the program’s first berth to the American Legion World Series.
At Lewiston, the Idaho Falls Bandits kept their summer going with a 6-3 win over the Bozeman Bucks 6-3 at the American Legion Northwest Regional Tournament.
At Lewiston, the Idaho Falls Bandits strung together 15 hits to defeat Bellevue, Wash., 15-7 in an elimination game and reach the semifinals of the American Legion Northwest Regional Tournament.
At Lewiston, a three-run sixth inning proved to be the difference in the Idaho Falls’ Bandits 6-3 loss to the Medford (Ore.) Mustangs on day two of the American Legion Baseball Northwest Regional Championships. It was Idaho Falls’ first loss since July 10 and snapped a 13-game win streak.
At Lewiston, Randon Hostert threw a no-hitter for the Idaho Falls Bandits in a 10-0, six inning win over the Casper Oilers to begin the American Legion Northwest Regional Tournament.
The Idaho Falls Bandits have been in playoff mode for nearly the past month, but the American Legion Double-A state champions may be headed for uncharted territory.
Alan Jones used a 7-iron to hit a hole-in-one Sunday at the 135-yard 17th hole at Sage Lakes Golf Course. The shot was witnessed by Bill Kobus, Steve Priebe, and John Flinn.
Come out to Bowl-ero Lanes and bowl the Ryan Ellis Construction 3 out of 4 tournament Nov. 9-10 and 16-17.
The American Legion baseball season may have ended in August, but the Idaho Falls Bandits had one more chance to celebrate this past weekend.
This weekend Nov. 2 and 3 is the last weekend of the Fred Wright Memorial Matchplay Tournament. Come to Skyline Lanes and join the fun.
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Come bowl the Fred Wright Matchplay tournament Oct. 26&27 and Nov. 2&3 at Skyline Lanes.
Former Boy Scout Executive Ken Wright won two gold medals in 5-on-5 basketball and horseshoes at the Huntsman World Sr. Games in St. George, Utah. He also won two silver medals in softball and badminton, and two bronze medals in shuffleboard and shot put. Wright also took fourth-place ribbon…