The National Wrestling Hall of Fame selected South Fremont’s Sawyer Hobbs as the Idaho Dave Schultz High School Excellence Award winner earlier this month, making him the first South Fremont wrestler to win the award.

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.

Kenneth Copley, one of the top athletes in a loaded Sugar-Salem senior class, signed a letter of intent to wrestle at NAIA Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Prescott, Arizona.

Three Thunder Ridge High School seniors signed national letters of intent April 21 outside of the high school.

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Disappointment, despair, and sadness. That's the overriding sentiment among area seniors whose careers were cut short due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are a few of their stories.

Editor’s note: The Post Register will be honoring spring senior athletes next week. Any suggestions for stories, please email prsports@postregister.com.

COVID-19 attempted to throw a wrench into the recruiting process, but Rigby's Ruby Murdoch has chosen where she will continue her basketball career.

With a calm and efficient first round pin over Weiser's Rylee Willet at the Ford Idaho Center on February 29, Sawyer Hobbs cemented his legacy as one of the best prep wrestlers in eastern Idaho history.

Boys basketball coaches are asked to submit final season stats, including scoring, rebounds, FG shooting, 3-point shooting, FT shooting, assists, steals and blocks. Please email to prsports@postregister.com by noon on March 21.

Ryan Erikson knew there was something special at Bonneville upon his hire as head coach last year when he watched film on the Bees and got to know their nine seniors.

The District 6 Senior Showcase had a little bit of everything on Wednesday night, with 1A -3A boys and girls teams battling it out at Bonneville High. There was a 3-point shooting contest and dunk competition and a spirited game between 4A-5A boys and girls teams.

NAMPA – Sugar-Salem coach Shawn Freeman and his staff were up into the early morning hours Saturday watching tape of Kimberly and looking for something the Diggers could exploit.