Wake up in time to get to practice at 6:45 a.m., work up to a 15-hour day harvesting potatoes, and then go to sleep to get up and do it again. That’s the life of a high school athlete in Southeast Idaho for weeks during the potato harvesting season known to locals as spud harvest.
Challis grad Lind, ISU instructor Peterson achieve fastest known time on Minnesota’s Superior Hiking Trail
Snake River Hysteria Black 16U won the 16U silver championship game of the Ball on the Falls Tournament Saturday evening in Idaho Falls, going 4-2.
Like most golf outings, the numbers tell the story.
Nelson named new basketball coach at Taylor’s CrossingTaylor’s Crossing announced the hiring of Cody Nelson as its new boys basketball coach.
American Legion baseball scores from Monday.
American Legion baseball scores from Saturday.
The Idaho Falls Bandits opened defense of their American Legion World Series championship on Saturday in front of a spirited but socially-distanced crowd at Melaleuca Field.
“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.
In a normal season, the Idaho Falls Bandits would have already started defense of their American Legion World Series title, hoping to ride the wave of success generated by last year’s magical summer.
TODAY’S LOCALHigh school baseball
TODAY’S LOCALNo games scheduled
TODAY’S LOCALHIGH SCHOOL BOYS BASKETBALL
TODAY’S LOCAL High school boys basketball
7th Grade Standings:
Eagles vs. Wolverines
Panthers vs. Dragons
Thunder Ridge High School has its first college softball player.
TODAY’S LOCALHigh school boys basketball
Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin and Gov. Brad Little have joined the chorus of voices urging Major League Baseball to reconsider cutting ties with the Idaho Falls Chukars and several dozen other minor league teams.
Idaho Falls could lose its minor league baseball team if Major League Baseball goes through with a proposal that was floated recently.
Professional heptathlete and 2010 Madison High School graduate Chari Hawkins completed day one of heptathlon at the IAAF World Athletics Championships in Doha, Qatar, with 3,702 points. That total puts her in 11th place through four events on Wednesday evening.
So I’ve been told I can’t really consider myself an Idaho Falls sports writer until I cover the War Bonnet Roundup.
The War Bonnet Roundup returns to Idaho Falls today, highlighted by several of rodeo’s top competitors, including current the Professional Rodeo Cowboy Association all-around leader Stetson Wright and three other top-10 cowboys.
At Peoria, Ariz., the Idaho Falls Bandits outlasted the Stars (Ariz.) 2-0 behind solid pitching from Caden Christensen and Brody Owens in the Four Corner Classic tournament. Tavyn Lords had an RBI triple in the fourth and then scored on a wild pitch for the only runs of the game. The Bandits…
SALT LAKE CITY — The question of how many girls would play football for an all-female high school team if given the chance took center stage Friday in a Utah lawsuit filed by a teenage female football star.
Nicki Kenney led the way for the Post Register coverage area Monday at the Boston Marathon.
Ryan Looney will be named the next men's head basketball coach at Idaho State University. Multiple sources confirmed the news to the Journal. CBS Sports was the first to report it. An introductory press conference is expected Friday at ISU.
POCATELLO — While Idaho State’s young players continued to dominate the offensive highlights, the Bengals’ defense owned most of Saturday’s scrimmage.
Six Idaho Falls figure skaters, representing both the Idaho Falls Figure Skating Club and the USFSA Learn to Skate USA program, traveled to compete in the Glacier Challenge in Missoula, Montana, March 22-23.
BOISE — Southern Utah’s final basket was indistinguishable from so many others: a corner 3-pointer in front of the Thunderbirds’ bench.
The Triple Threat Wrestling team from Blackfoot recently entered the Rumble in Reno national tournament. There were more than 2,600 wrestlers from 490 teams from all the western states. Triple Threat placed 22 of its 31 wrestlers in the top-six, taking the first-place team trophy by 28 point…
With the Idaho state boys basketball tournament in Boise this week, local teams and coaches will try to find any edge against their opponents.
POCATELLO — Leading up to the 1992 Summer Olympics, Reebok launched a risky advertising campaign that made a household name of a little-known University of Idaho track standout.
The only girl among her family’s five children, Compass Academy student Nikki Ritter-Truxal isn’t afraid of the rough and tumble.
FORT HALL — Even in retirement, local bull rider Wiley Petersen is breaking new ground in his professional rodeo event.