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Special teams miscues cost Shelley in 35-14 loss to Tooele

By • Aug 30th, 2015 • Category: Football, News

POCATELLO — There are hundreds of things a high school head coach can choose to focus on in the two weeks leading up to the opening game. It was one of the things first-year Shelley head coach Jake Monahan said he didn’t highlight that cost his team during Saturday’s 2015 Teton Honda/Teton Hyundai Rocky Mountain [...]

Seven players score for Shelley girls in 15-0 win over Aberdeen

By • Aug 30th, 2015 • Category: Girls soccer, News

At Aberdeen, seven Shelley High School girls soccer players scored in a 15-0 season-opening rout of Aberdeen on Saturday. Sophomore forward Brittney Baron had four goals and senior forwards Kira Marlow and Jasmin Vega each had a hat trick for the Russets, who led 7-0 at halftime. The game marked Vega’s return to the field [...]

Sugar, Rigby, Shelley boys all play to scoreless draws

By • Aug 30th, 2015 • Category: Boys soccer, News

At Sugar City, Rigby and Sugar-Salem played to a nonconference scoreless draw. Sugar-Salem coach Oscar Bustos said it was a good game for both teams. “There was a chance for both teams to score but the keepers were really good on both sides,” Bustos said. Sugar-Salem (1-0-1) hosts Snake River on Saturday. SHELLEY 0, ABERDEEN [...]

Shelley sweeps Teton Challenge; Aug. 29 XC roundup

By • Aug 30th, 2015 • Category: Cross Country, News

At Grand Targhee Resort, defending 3A state cross-country champion Shelley girls and boys picked up where they left off last season by sweeping the team and individual titles at the Teton Challenge on Friday. The Russets won the boys title with 42 points and took the girls title with 26 points thanks to claiming four [...]

Knights put on show in 41-27 win over Blackfoot

By • Aug 29th, 2015 • Category: Football, Lead Story, News

Bridger Blakeslee had a feeling his Hillcrest High School football team was capable of something special in Friday’s season opener against Blackfoot at Thunder Stadium. But even when it was over and the Knights had rolled to an impressive 41-27 victory, the Knights senior quarterback was hesitant to say he saw it coming. “We knew [...]

Livingston leads Rigby to 33-7 win over Century

By • Aug 29th, 2015 • Category: Football, News

RIGBY — It took three plays for Rigby High School quarterback Hayden Livingston to leave his imprint on Friday’s game. On third down and 5 against Century, Livingston ran a read-option play with running back Matt Anderson. He faked a handoff, rushed left and got a big block from wide receiver Bo Byington. All Century [...]

Schrader, Mustangs shut out I.F. 68-0 in season opener

By • Aug 29th, 2015 • Category: Football, News

By SKYLER FRAZER It’s hard to win when you can’t pass the ball. The Idaho Falls Tigers experienced this in full Friday night, completing zero passes en route to a 68-0 season-opening loss to the Eagle Mustangs at Ravsten Stadium. The Mustangs scored on their first possession of the game and never looked back, [...]

Skyline shuts out powerhouse CDA 22-0; Aug. 28 5A/4A football roundup

By • Aug 29th, 2015 • Category: Football, News

Scott Berger said his Skyline High School football team learned that the standard stuff wouldn’t work against Coeur d’Alene during a 54-14 loss two years ago. The Grizzlies got a little closer last year, but finally broke down the door Friday with a 22-0 win at the Kibbie Dome in Moscow. “We had to change [...]

Ririe snaps 10-game skid; Aug. 28 3A/2A/1A football roundup

By • Aug 29th, 2015 • Category: Football, News

At Ririe, the Bulldogs edged visiting Star Valley 8-7 on Friday to snap a 10-game losing streak. The game could not have been more different than last year’s meeting between the teams on opening night, which Star Valley took 45-42 in overtime. First-year coach Jim Newton said the Bulldogs were elated upon moving into the [...]

Madison girls defeat Rigby 2-0

By • Aug 29th, 2015 • Category: Girls soccer, News

At Rigby, the Trojans held Madison scoreless for 50 minutes before ultimately falling to their Upper Valley rivals 2-0. The Bobcats scored their second goal on a penalty kick in approximately the 65th minute. Rigby coach Marciano Perez said it was an even game with plenty of shots on goal. “We should have beat them,” [...]