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A look back at state track: Classy exchanges, first golds and upstart underclassmen

A look back at state track: Classy exchanges, first golds and upstart underclassmen

By MARLOWE HEREFORD mhereford@postregister.com One of the fiercest eastern Idaho small school rivalries was put on hold—at least briefly—Saturday afternoon on the final day of 3A/2A/1A state track at Middleton High School. After winning the 3A girls 1,600 finals in a classification record and Shelley school record […]

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Brave new world for local athletes at 5A, 4A state track

Brave new world for local athletes at 5A, 4A state track

By MARLOWE HEREFORD mhereford@postregister.com BOISE — The first day of the 5A and 4A state track and field championships was a new venture for athletes from Idaho Falls, Skyline and Rigby high schools. Changing classifications put the Tigers, Grizzlies and Trojans up against athletes they hadn’t previously […]

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Going west in search of state track gold

Going west in search of state track gold

State track weekend is here with the promise of a warmer and drier forecast for the Treasure Valley than in recent seasons. This weekend’s meets at Dona Larsen Park and Middleton High School mark new territory for Rigby, Idaho Falls and Skyline as they compete in a […]

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Cordingleys lead locals on final day of 5A golf

Cordingleys lead locals on final day of 5A golf

By PAUL LAMBERT prsports@postregister.com REXBURG — One Cordingley child said hello to the state golf tournament this week, and another said goodbye. Representing Madison High School at Teton Lakes Golf Course on Monday and Tuesday, freshman Brynlee Cordingley and big brother Colten led all District 6 golfers […]

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Tigers off and running at 4A state golf

Tigers off and running at 4A state golf

By LUKE O’ROARK loroark@postregister.com Idaho Falls High School senior Quinn Detrick knows Pinecrest Golf Course well. Why wouldn’t he: Detrick and the rest of the Tigers practice on the 81-year-old course — sandwiched next to Northgate Mile — every day. “We know how it works,” said Detrick, […]

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Grizz end district track trophy drought

Grizz end district track trophy drought

For the first time in more than a decade, a district championship track trophy is headed to the District 91 high school west of the Snake River. Behind a surge of medalists in field events, distance races, hurdles and sprints, Skyline High School claimed the 4A District […]

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Down to the wire: Madison girls, Rigby boys win tight 5A District 5-6 meet

Down to the wire: Madison girls, Rigby boys win tight 5A District 5-6 meet

RIGBY — Of all the cheers that filled Rigby’s Hyrum Blackburn Stadium on Thursday, the ones that erupted from the Madison High School track team’s tent as the sun went down were arguably the loudest. The elation was the result of learning Madison had won the 5A […]

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Madison repeats as district champs with nine-inning win over Bonneville

Madison repeats as district champs with nine-inning win over Bonneville

REXBURG — For the second consecutive year, the Madison High School baseball team claimed the 5A District 5-6 title in thrilling fashion. Last May, an RBI single in the top of the seventh lifted the Bobcats to a 3-2 win over five-time defending district champion Highland in […]

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All tied up: Bees, Bobcats prompt if-necessary 5A District 5-6 title game

All tied up: Bees, Bobcats prompt if-necessary 5A District 5-6 title game

By JASON ENES prsports@postregister.com Coming into Tuesday’s 5A District 5-6 championship series on their home field, the Bonneville High School baseball team had lost just twice to an Idaho team this spring. An early season loss to Twin Falls and one to Hillcrest in the regular season […]

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All-Area Wrestler of the Year: Austin Ford, Bonneville

All-Area Wrestler of the Year: Austin Ford, Bonneville

By PAUL LAMBERT prsports@postregister.com Austin Ford is a funny kind of wrestler. He doesn’t wrestle for the love of the sport, though he does love it. He doesn’t step into the circle for the respect of the team, though he does have it. And he doesn’t pull […]

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Bringing the heat: Tight competition reigns on first day of Tiger-Grizz

Bringing the heat: Tight competition reigns on first day of Tiger-Grizz

Until this month, only three District 6 boys pole vaulters within the last five years had cleared 14 feet or higher. Challis High School senior Jayden Olson joined those ranks this week, clearing 14-0 to win the Fred Simpson Invitational on Thursday in Arco and repeating the […]

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Registration for 44th annual Tiger-Grizz surpasses 30 teams

Registration for 44th annual Tiger-Grizz surpasses 30 teams

Last year’s turnout of 29 teams for the annual Tiger-Grizz Invitational was the largest in a decade. This weekend’s will surpass that, as 36 teams registered for the meet by Tuesday’s deadline. All five of Idaho’s classifications for track and field are represented, and the meet has […]

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Blackfoot honors fallen baseball player

Blackfoot honors fallen baseball player

Editor’s note: This story appears on A1 of the print edition of today’s Post Register. By KEVIN TREVELLYAN ktrevellyan@postregister.com BLACKFOOT — The crowd was quiet before the first pitch of Wednesday’s high school varsity baseball game between Blackfoot and Pocatello. Fans were huddled behind the diamond in blankets […]

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Thrilling finishes abound at Rigby Invite

Thrilling finishes abound at Rigby Invite

RIGBY— Rigby High School senior Olivia Gneiting found herself in a rare situation on the second day of her team’s home meet Saturday. After clearing every previous height in the Rigby Invite varsity girls high jump through 5 feet, 2 inches, Gneiting and teammate Trinity Blake were […]

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Tigers triumphant in marathon doubleheader at Melaleuca

Tigers triumphant in marathon doubleheader at Melaleuca

By PAUL LAMBERT prsports@postregister.com Three outs from wholesale annihilation at the hands of District 91 rival Tigers, the Skyline High School baseball team somehow saved some face. Kind of. Though they still lost both games to conference heavyweight Idaho Falls, the Grizzlies cooked their way out from […]

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