BLACKFOOT – The Idaho State High School Rodeo Finals will bring its week-long series of performances to the Eastern Idaho State Fairgrounds in Blackfoot.
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POCATELLO — The Idaho High School Rodeo Association Championships will be hosted from June 13 through June 20 at the Bannock County Event Center as originally planned, despite the COVID-19 crisis, the county announced Friday.
As a two-time state wrestling medalist, South Fremont’s Cesar Tavarez figured he would pursue the sport at the collegiate level.
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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.
Ellie Miller has been one of the top players on North Fremont’s girls basketball team for the past three seasons and now she’s moving on to the next level.
Shaun Messick has been named the new head girls basketball coach at Bonneville High School.
Skyline soccer player Emily Stuart signed to play at North Idaho College in Coeur d'Alene and plans on studying environmental science.
BOISE — The Boise State athletics department has started the process of bringing student-athletes back to campus for voluntary workouts.
How far did Curtis Weaver fall in the NFL Draft? A kicker was drafted before him.
It turns out the predictions that had Ezra Cleveland going to the Minnesota Vikings were right.
The only other time a Utah State quarterback was selected in the first round of the NFL draft, he lasted 16 seasons in the league, started 66 games and threw for 12,896 yards and 84 touchdowns.
BOISE — Leon Rice has no problem with those who say next year’s roster will be the most talented in program history. The Boise State men’s basketball coach knows expectations will be sky high, and he’s fine with that too.
BOISE — Boise State football coach Bryan Harsin doesn’t know if his team will get to practice again this spring or summer, or even if things will be back to normal to start fall camp on time in early August. But he does know one thing that won’t happen.
BOISE — With no games to play or practices to conduct, Boise State baseball coach Gary Van Tol has resorted to doing one of the only things he can these days — re-watching games from earlier this season.
BOISE — The Boise State men’s basketball team didn’t just feel confident they’d be in the NIT. They expected to make a deep run.
FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — IndyCar packed every bit of its delayed season-opening event into one long, hot day in Texas without any fans in the stands. Scott Dixon was the fastest for most of it at a place he knows well.
HAMPTON, Ga. (AP) — A.J. Allmendinger finally won on an oval.
Runners-up when the season was paused, champions without playing again. It's little surprise Chelsea was fine with the Women’s Super League season being curtailed.
DENVER (AP) — Denver Broncos coaches and players marched and spoke out against racism and police brutality at a protest in downtown Denver on Saturday.
Colin Kaepernick was a second-round draft pick in 2011. The next year he led the San Francisco 49ers to the Super Bowl. By 2016, he had begun kneeling on the sideline at games during the national anthem to protest social injustice and police brutality.
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Sign-ups set for Little LeagueLittle League baseball registration is open for ages 4-12 years old (as of Aug 31, 2020). The majority of the games are played on the Ammon fields. They build comradery in the community and builds the skills of youngsters 4 to 12 years old. This league is comple…
Wrestling coaches from the High Country Conference selected all-conference teams for 2019-2020.
The War Bonnet Roundup, Idaho’s oldest rodeo, has been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Following Governor Little’s introduction of Rebound Idaho, a four-phase approach to open Idaho, it has been determined that non-City of Idaho Falls Youth Sports leagues will be allowed to conduct their operations in phase one of the plan, which starts May 1.
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“There will be baseball in Idaho Falls,” Cliff Brady, vice president of American Legion baseball for Post 56, said during a press conference Wednesday afternoon at Melaleuca Field.
At Ogden, the Idaho Falls Chukars forced a third and deciding game in the Pioneer League championship series on Saturday, defeating the host Raptors 6-2.
At Melaleuca Field, the Idaho Falls Chukars fell to Ogden in the first game of the Pioneer League Championship Series. The Raptors outhit the Chukars 9-2.
It was a celebration that seemed unlikely just a few weeks ago.
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.
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.