Two cowboys from the Post Register coverage area concluded the National High School Finals Rodeo as reserve champions Saturday in Rock Springs, Wyo.
Three years after becoming the first from Idaho to win all-around cowboy at the National Junior High Finals Rodeo, Cooper Cooke is in contention for the all-around cowboy title at his first National High School Finals Rodeo.
Challis’s Kade Bruno is currently in the top 20 in the averages of two events at the National High School Finals Rodeo in Rock Springs, Wyo., and it is enough to put him back into the all-around cowboy standings.
Cooper Cooke is making an impression at his first National High School Finals Rodeo.
Through the Tuesday evening performance of the National High School Finals Rodeo in Rock Springs, Wyo., Sugar City’s Haylee Pocock has produced one of the fastest times this week in pole bending.
Three years ago last month, Victor’s Cooper Cooke won the all-around cowboy title at the National Junior High Finals Rodeo in Lebanon, Tenn.
While it didn’t result in an individual state title, placing fourth in pole bending upon conclusion of the Idaho High School Finals Rodeo on June 15 was a victory in its own right for Jessi Farr.
Jaxon Sorenson has yet to begin his junior year, but the Idaho Falls High baseball player is already planning for his future.
Looking into Davis Weatherston’s golf bag is like looking into a blender.
For most prep golfers, qualifying for state is a series of on-course challenges.
Four months ago, this is where Randon Hostert imagined he’d be.
All season long, it was clear the 4A District 6 baseball conference was the most competitive in the state.
Before recent Idaho Falls High School graduate Jaidyn Clement donned cleats and toted a bat, ball and glove, she was a gymnast.
Entering this season, it had been 15 years since a District 6 team of any classification reached a softball state championship game. That distinction belonged to 2004 4A state champion Madison, the lone District 6 team to win a softball state title since Idaho created state sanctioned softba…
At Saint George, Utah, a four-run second inning sent the Alta Hawks past the East Idaho Rockies American Legion Double A team.
At Rupert, Andrew Gregersen belted a pair of homers, including a grand slam in the opener, as the Idaho Falls Bandits swept an American Legion AA doubleheader at Minico on Thursday.
At Blackfoot, the Blackfoot Double-A American Legion baseball team split a doubleheader versus the Upper Valley Single-A team.
At San Diego, the Idaho Falls Bandits Double-A American Legion baseball team had a 12-game win streak snapped with two losses on the final day at the Prospectwire.com San Diego Invitational.
For the first time since 2013, both boys and girls Idaho High School State Finals Rodeo all-around titles went to District 7.
At San Diego, the American Legion Double-A Idaho Falls Bandits began the Prospectwire.com San Diego Invitational Tournament with an 8-0 win over Rip Baseball from Vista, Calif.
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Ririe High School may be better known for its basketball and wrestling success, but that’s never stopped Annalee Ball.
Kyler Hartman already had one state tennis title in hand, winning a 5A boys doubles championship as a freshman at Hillcrest High. He already had his college career lined up, having signed with Idaho State.
At Thunder Ridge High School, the Idaho Falls Titans swept an American Legion Single-A baseball doubleheader over the Idaho Falls Bees.
At Twin Falls, Blackfoot split an American Legion Double-A doubleheader versus district opponent Twin Falls to move to 3-8 on the season.
One of the most successful head girls basketball coaches for any classification in District 6--and in the state of Idaho--has accepted a job in the Equality State.
At Melaleuca Field, the Idaho Falls Bandits swept a Double-A American Legion doubleheader versus the East Idaho Rockies.
Nathan Franz was introduced to the Rigby High School track program long before he started competing for the Trojans.
Skyline head track and field coach Chase Meyer knew after revisiting results from the 2018 Idaho track and field state championships that the Grizzlies could challenge powerhouse Bishop Kelly for the 2019 4A boys team title. The boys in Skyline’s class of 2019 had shown their potential since…
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Mateya Mobley/Rigby senior
An impressive year for Bonneville High baseball player Randon Hostert just got a lot better.
Thunder Ridge’s Emmanuel Garcia made his final day of high school a memorable one.
THOMAS — Kyle Austin scored a last-second touchdown Friday to lift the North team over the South, 14-7 at Snake River High School in the East Idaho All-Star football game.
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The eastern Idaho volleyball pipeline to Wyoming continued Friday by way of Skyline.
Bonneville senior Aly Radford wasn’t sure she wanted to continue her softball career. After an impressive season in which the Bees catcher hit .447 and knocked in 33 runs, some schools showed interest, but Radford was focused on a future nursing career and those classes would likely take all…
The 2018-2019 high school sports season took center stage on Thursday night with more than 300 people attending the inaugural Bingham Healthcare Sports Stars awards.
After a frenzied weekend of state track and field competition between the top runners, jumpers, throwers, vaulters and hurdlers in Idaho, here is a look back at District 6’s accomplishments from the championship meets.
Skyline High School senior Zackary Lott will have Saturday, May 18, 2019, burned into his mind for a long time.
RIRIE — Michael Ure made it official on Tuesday afternoon. The talented Ririe senior signed to play basketball with Montana Tech, a decision that had already been announced, but was finally cemented with a signature in front of teammates, family, and friends at the Ririe gym.
David Adams has been named Idaho Falls High School’s new girls soccer program director. Adams will oversee all aspects of the I.F. soccer program. Adams said he’s loved soccer since he first started playing at 3 years old. Growing up in the military he had the chance to learn, train and play…
Twin sisters Kennedy and Madi Burton have been teammates since T-ball at age six.
Most college recruiting visits are scheduled in advance, allowing the athlete to look forward to the day with a combination of anticipation or anxiety. That wasn’t the case for Madison senior catcher Karly Hanosky when she visited Yakima Valley College in Yakima, Washington.
Sugar-Salem senior shortstop Curtis Drake was invited to visit a few colleges in preparation to sign to play college baseball. Blue Mountain Community College, Southern Virginia University, and Treasure Valley Community College all hosted Drake for visits.
COEUR d’ALENE — With two days of 4A state softball games crammed into six hours thanks to rain, Idaho Falls packed a bunch of clutch pitching, defense and hitting into an intense Saturday afternoon in North Idaho.
MIDDLETON--Eastern Idaho added to its streak of hardware from the 3A/2A/1A track state championships in a big way Saturday.
MIDDLETON--The District 6 2A and 1A trio of Butte County’s Natalya Babcock, Challis’s William Ashley and Salmon’s Johnathan Simmons compiled quite the medal collection Saturday to end the 3A/2A/1A track state championships.
Salmon and Sugar-Salem jumped out to early leads after seven events at the small school Track and Field Championships at Middleton High School on Friday, both holding 11 point leads on their nearest competitors.
EAGLE--Participating in one of the few finals to take place on a revamped day one of 5A/4A state track, the 3,200-meter competitors raced in arguably the worst conditions of the day.
At Melaleuca Field, Sugar-Salem punched its ticket to the 3A baseball state title game on Friday night, defeating Kimberly 11-6.
CALDWELL — Idaho Falls began pouring out of the dugout as soon as Andrew Gregersen connected on the fastball.
EAGLE--Persistent rain not only completely changed the day 1 schedule of 5A/4A track, but the preparation for District 6 field event athletes Rayven Nealey of Madison, Kaden Hall of Rigby and Ty Wright of Shelley.