At Boise, the Watersprings volleyball team won the 24-team Capital tournament on Saturday.
The upcoming Emotion Bowl between Idaho Falls and Skyline has a lot to live up to following Friday’s other intense rivalry, the Civil War game between Hillcrest and Bonneville.
The winning streak continues for Hillcrest over District 93 rival Bonneville in the Civil War football game.
After recovering a fumbled kickoff in front of his own bench, Idaho Falls senior linebacker Brennon Peck looked like he didn’t want to give up the ball.
At Rexburg, Luke Ruiz ran in the game-winning touchdown to give the Skyline High School football team a 21-14 nonconference victory over Madison.
Friday was far from a perfect night for football, unless you were an offensive lineman.
At Thunder Ridge, the Thunder Ridge High School girls soccer team defeated Hillcrest 3-2 for a nonconference win.
There may be five storylines this week, but there’s only one Civil War game.
At Thunder Ridge, the Hillcrest High School boys soccer team defeated Thunder Ridge 1-0 for a nonconference win in a battle between two defending district champions.
At Skyline, the Bonneville High School volleyball team defeated Skyline 25-17, 25-9, 25-13 to move to 2-0 in 4A District 6 play.
It’s good when a plan comes together. For North Fremont, it wasn’t necessarily a plan that the offense would be built around an experienced line; it was more of a necessity.
Competing on soccer rivalry night at Ravsten Stadium, Skyline got two satisfactory results — one with a win, and one that was not a loss.
At Idaho Falls, the Tigers picked up their second conference win with a three-set victory over Hillcrest.
The first District 93 soccer rivalry games of 2019 were split between green and red Tuesday.
Bonneville’s Alivia Johnson has had quite the high school cross-country debut thus far.
There was some interesting movement in this week’s state football media poll as North Fremont moved into first place in the 2A rankings while Sugar-Salem dropped out of the top spot in 3A.
The new kid in town is finally getting noticed.
At Challis, the Watersprings High School volleyball team won two matches Saturday to remain undefeated on the season.
It's not a rivalry yet, but it probably should be after Friday night.
RIGBY – You’ve heard of the Touchdown Towel. Maybe even the Turnover Chain.
At Ashton, the North Fremont High School football team defeated Aberdeen 44-8 in its first home game of the season.
District 6 teams have left their impressions on the annual Tiger-Grizz Invitational in recent seasons, but one particular trophy haul prompted much chatter and astonishment Friday at Freeman Park.
At Blackfoot, the Hillcrest High School boys soccer team defeated Blackfoot for a conference win in their first meeting since last year’s 4A District 6 championship game.
At Shelley, seven players scored for the Skyline girls soccer team in a 9-0 conference shutout win over the Russets.
There were some shake ups in this week’s state football rankings as teams begin to find out just how competitive they are against non-conference opponents. That changes this week as some team jump into conference play.
At the Idaho Falls Soccer Complex, two freshmen scored for the Bonneville High School girls soccer team Wednesday in a 5-1 win over Idaho Falls in a battle of conference unbeatens.
At Bonneville, the Thunder Ridge High School volleyball team defeated Bonneville 10-25, 25-23, 25-17, 25-21 for a nonconference win.
While it is still early in the season, the Idaho Falls High School girls cross-country team has much to celebrate.
Two weeks into the high school football season, the weekly state media poll is starting to take shape.
Kendra Billman and Kacy Fredrickson each scored two goals and Keeley Combo added an unassisted goal. Katelyn Allen also scored and Alexis Adams converted a penalty kick.
At Skyline, the Watersprings High School volleyball team completed a long day of volleyball by winning the annual Skyline Classic tournament.
The Sugar-Salem football team survived Week 2, taking down former 3A nemesis Shelley 40-0.
SODA SPRINGS — Saturday’s annual Cardinal Classic provided a glimpse into the level that Idaho high school cross-country has attained in recent seasons.
Cruz Taylor showed off his speed, efficiency and even his good hands Friday night to lead Skyline High School to a 49-14 victory over Thunder Ridge.
At Richfield, the Clark-Watersprings football team defeated Richfield 58-16 for its first win since the end of the 2017 season.
POCATELLO — Punched in the mouth early by Idaho Falls, Century punched back, riding Jovan Sowell’s five receiving touchdowns to a 42-20 comeback victory at Holt Arena on Friday.
At Rigby, the Thunder Ridge High School boys soccer team defeated Rigby 3-0 for a conference win Friday in a battle of unbeatens.
At Bonneville, the Bonneville High School volleyball team defeated Idaho’s top two 5A volleyball teams from last season for a pair of nonconference wins.
So what did we learn from Week 1?
For Rigby middle linebacker Taten Hawkes, two numbers stood out Thursday night in a 42-13 win over Hillcrest at Thunder Stadium.
Skyline has had the edge in the Skyline-Idaho Falls volleyball series recently, and Thursday the streak continued.
At Skyline, the Grizzlies defeated Thunder Ridge 4-1 in a girls soccer match on Wednesday, as Teresa Ledezma finished with a hat trick.
At Twin Falls, senior Abigail Yadon made her return to Watersprings volleyball with 16 kills and nine digs in a 25-20, 25-21, 25-19 nonconference sweep of Lighthouse Christian.
Madison High School senior forward Annalise Brunson has established quite the resume in her soccer career for the Bobcats.
The state media football poll released Tuesday evening showed some movement heading into Week 2.
At the Idaho Falls Soccer Complex, the Rigby High School boys soccer team defeated Idaho Falls 3-1 for a nonconference win Saturday evening.
Skyline coach Scott Berger said he likes to schedule tough teams at the beginning of the season with the goal of giving his players the chance to line up against top-notch competition before conference play.
POCATELLO – The Blackfoot Broncos football team has been looking for a speedy runner in its backfield ever since Jager Leavitt held that spot a number of years ago.
Sometimes season openers are more about evaluation than the end result.
The Thunder Ridge High School football team made a little history Friday night, and they did it against district rival Bonneville to boot.
At Rexburg, the Madison High School football team opened its new stadium with a 21-19 win over Lake City in the last nine seconds.
SUGAR CITY — Friday night’s season opener was a paper monster.
At Hillcrest, Jesus Lopez had a hat trick for the Thunder Ridge High School boys soccer team in a 5-1 win over Hillcrest.
At the Idaho Falls Soccer Complex, the Blackfoot High School boys soccer team shut out Skyline 2-0 to enter the win column for the first time in 2019.
The first week of high school football is upon us so let’s take a look at what to expect.